- Cork Airport launching exhibition of redhead portraits (PHOTOS)
- After a friend told him about the Irish Redhead Convention, a unique festival celebrating red hair that takes place every August in Crosshaven, Co Cork, he set up a photo studio at the event.
- Evolution Of: Loving And Hating Redheads
- UNITED STATES—March is the month of the redhead and I'd like to think that if I were born somewhere other than soul-crushing Upstate New York, I would have been a Queen or Princess! I'm not kidding either! Queen Anne Boleyn and I share foreparents ...
- But the fifth generation promises to be “cheesier” than all the others.
- Thus, Redhead Creamery was born. The Jennissens grow the crops which feed the cows, who produce the milk, which makes the cheese. The more milk they produce, the more cheese lovers they gain.
- Redhead portraits to go on display at Cork Airport
- Paul Scholes and Ginger Rogers may not have made it but there won't be any shortage of redheads at Cork Airport next month thanks to an unusual exhibition of portraits by Cork based fashion photographer, Jorg Koster. Koster developed an interest in ...
- You Can Never Have Too Many Redhead Models! Meet Fashion Week's New Gingers
- Modeling loves a redhead. From Karen Elson to Rianne Van Rompaey, the industry has always embraced fiery-haired beauties with spunk and charm to spare. Each season a few new girls arrive on the scene to shake things up and make a month's worth of ...
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