When You Can’t Believe What You’re Seeing


Nobody is quite sure where the term “kayfabe” originated. It may be a bastardized form of pig Latin, something to do with the actual word “fake.” It may have its roots in the culture of wandering 19th-century carnivals, the world inhabited by P.T. Barnum and the confidence men and the salesmen who sold actual snake … Read more

Where the money flows: How data on climate spending is informing better decision-making in Chile


By Paloma Toranzos, Head of the Environment and Sustainable Development Programme and Fernando Córdova, Public Climate Expenditure Project Manager, PNUD Chile Across Chile’s mountains, valleys and coasts, the fingerprints of climate change are becoming more and more evident. Rainfall is becoming more unpredictable. Extreme weather is on the rise. According to the Centre for Research on … Read more


This year’s Cranleigh Schools’ Photography Exhibition asked students to take photographs on the theme of ‘Culture’. Ex Robur Cultur, From Culture comes Strength,  the Cranleigh motto, was the inspiration and our young people, across all five Cranleigh Schools, have answered with some exciting images. On show is a selection of 37 photographs taken from a … Read more


Flt Sgt Peter Brown, born on 22nd August 1926 – 17th December 2022, was a RAF volunteer pilot who served in a group of Afro-Caribbean volunteer RAF personnel now affectionately known as the “Pilots of the Caribbean”. Peter was enlisted in 1943, trained in Jamaica and Canada, worked as a wireless operator, and flew on … Read more

7 ways to cure your hangover


Hangovers seem to be the body’s way of reminding us about the hazards of overindulgence. Physiologically, it’s a group effort: Diarrhea, fatigue, headache, nausea, and shaking are the classic symptoms. Sometimes, systolic (the upper number) blood pressure goes up, the heart beats faster than normal, and sweat glands overproduce — evidence that the “fight or flight” response … Read more

Roquan Smith has high expectations for Ravens in 2023 NFL season: ‘We’re in for something special’

Last season’s Baltimore Ravens never quite hit their stride. They alternated wins and losses for the first six weeks of the year, and by the time they won four consecutive games after that, they were dealing with a mess of injuries that eventually slowed them down toward the end of the season and resulted in a 10-7 … Read more

2023 NFL season: The four offenses and four defenses that will make the biggest jump this fall

Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks knows the ins and outs of this league, providing keen insight in his notebook. In today’s installment, he spotlights eight units poised to make serious noise in the coming season. Every January, the NFL playoffs are dotted with teams that have made a significant improvement on one side … Read more

AJ Allmendinger pulls away to win Nashville Xfinity race

LEBANON, Tenn. — AJ Allmendinger pulled away from the field on the second overtime to win Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Nashville Superspeedway and claim his second victory of the year. Allmendinger’s win snapped the streak of 11 consecutive different winners this season. Riley Herbst, working with new crew chief Davin Restivo in a change made this … Read more