Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman Prove the Bromance Continues With New Sherlock Photo — TIME

Sherlock released a new picture featuring Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman) on Wednesday to tease its fourth season returning to PBS some time in 2017. In the shot, Holmes looks like he’s about to make an important discovery that Watson doesn’t quite follow. Watson’s hair seems to look extra silvery, presumably…

via Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman Prove the Bromance Continues With New Sherlock Photo — TIME

The Fight to Save the World’s Seas From China’s Bloated Fishing Industry — TIME

The frigid waters off Japan’s eastern coast teem with sardines, mackerel, anchovy and scallop. They are some of Asia’s most fertile fishing grounds, inspiring an exquisite seafood-rich national cuisine, and supporting a domestic fishing industry worth some $9 billion each year. Today, though, this natural bounty is under threat from a stealthy interloper: an armada…

via The Fight to Save the World’s Seas From China’s Bloated Fishing Industry — TIME

Orangutans will be wiped out by 2026, thanks largely to fast food and face wash — Quartz

It can be found in everything from toothpaste to margarine, listed as vegetable oil or a whole host of other more complex names. Palm oil and its byproducts are in high demand these days, as food manufacturers move away from trans fats and biofuels become more popular. India imported over $6 billion worth of palm…

via Orangutans will be wiped out by 2026, thanks largely to fast food and face wash — Quartz

Everything We Know About the Earthquake in Central Italy — TIME

A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck the Apennine regions of central Italy on Wednesday, leaving several dead and causing “apocalyptic scenes” near the epicenter. Amatrice, a small town of about 2,600, was worst hit by the quake. Early Wednesday residents gathered in the town center to await word of survivors, while others stood among the rubble…

via Everything We Know About the Earthquake in Central Italy — TIME

See the Photographs That Captured the Icons of Jazz — TIME

Ted Williams started his career far from the limelight, serving in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II. But he took up saxophone and clarinet when he returned stateside, and then studied photography at the Institute of Design at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago and immersed himself in the city’s jazz scene. The…

via See the Photographs That Captured the Icons of Jazz — TIME

Happiness is: Fields of Hay

No doubt, if you live in the country and love country-living as much as I do, you probably enjoy taking long drives down country highways and byways just to enjoy the sight of endless fields dotted with bundles of hay.  Something primal stirs in my soul when I see hay in a field, reminding me how close we are (and should be) connected to the land.  I also love seeing the creative hay stacks/bundles…. who knew there were field fish 🙂

Young Brits are turning their backs on the nation’s beloved cup of tea — Quartz

Put the kettle on—or not, if you’re a millennial. According to new research from market intelligence firm Mintel, 16% of Brits aged 25-34 choose to drink five or more cups of standard black tea a day, compared with 35% of those aged 55-64. Tea imports dominated Britain’s trade with China in the early 19th century,…

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