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We hear that Earth is beautiful this time of year. Join us as we discuss the newest three destinations on the Urchin Travel Wish List! The Shetland Islands This subarctic group of Scottish islands earned a place on my travel … Continue reading
The Urchin love of travel goes way back to when we were mere tykes, being carried off to faraway lands by our parents during the school-less months of summer. We like to think that these early travels have somehow shaped … Continue reading
Briton of the Year Daniel Radcliffe Carey Mulligan Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge Best Bookstore City Lights, San Francisco Greenlight Bookstore, … Continue reading
As actors, writers, politicians, and musicians everywhere anxiously stare at their phones hoping for calls from their agents, we’re here to announce the 2012 Urchie Award Nominees. In a year when political and environmental stakes were higher than ever, artists … Continue reading
Today’s theme: A Clean Conscience Geo Margaret Ninja Dave Sarah Next week’s theme: Birds of a Feather Join the flock!
Americans are benevolently ignorant about Canada, while Canadians are malevolently well-informed about the United States. —J. Bartlet Brebner A happy belated Canada Day to all!
By Sarah Jost The Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) has released their 5th annual Global Peace Index. An independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit international research institute, the IEP partners with organisations such as the World Bank, the United Nations, the Economist … Continue reading
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The most powerful waterfall in North America, Niagara Falls was formed at the end of the last ice age when two glaciers melted and rushed toward the Atlantic. The Urchins visited this natural wonder last month. This is what happened.