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first_img Top Stories 0 Comments   Share   “We generally prefer to keep internal matters like that within the team and not discuss them publicly,” he said. “I think we’re going to continue to do that going forward.”The 4-8 Cardinals head to Seattle on Sunday for a NFC West game against the Seahawks. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactcenter_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett sent out a few tweets late Monday in what is likely a response to a reported on-field incident he had with teammate Kerry Rhodes as the end of the Cardinals 7-6 loss to the Jets on Sunday. Two sides to every story! But everyone needs a escape goat! Everyone need to point the finger at some one. It won’t be first or last!In the end maybe I care to much, to loyal to s*** that’s not loyal to me. Maybe I should be like other #’s and just don’t give a f***.Anyway I can’t tell y’all the truth or how I feel cuz they watching my tweets smh. Oh and by the way when I’m wrong I say it. Just a FYI..Cardinals coack Ken Whisenhunt told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf he would not expand or discuss the matter. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellinglast_img read more

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first_imgAsked about what it would take to put his body through the grind for another season after this one, Fitzgerald said a lot has to do with the team around him.“I just want to be on a contender; we’ve got a great group of guys here, we’ve got a wonderful football team that can compete at the highest level right now,” he said. “I’m hoping that we can win the Super Bowl this year and it would be no questions asked.”Wait, no questions asked? So a victory in Super Bowl LI would mean the end of his storied career?“I would still have to think about it and see where I was at,” he said, before linking his fate to his quarterback’s. “A lot of it’s tied to Carson (Palmer) — Carson’s playing at a high level. I don’t want to go through any other quarterback situations. It’s been great to have the stability that we have now with the big fella, he’s been playing light’s out.”The idea that the quarterback situation could be a factor is not at all surprising. Palmer, 36, is signed through the 2017 season, and last year posted career highs in yards (4,671), touchdown passes (35) and QB rating (104.6) while being named to the Pro Bowl. His presence makes the Cardinals contenders and gives Fitzgerald a chance to make plays, which is something he was mostly robbed of in the time between Kurt Warner’s retirement in 2010 and Palmer’s arrival in 2013. While still productive during that stretch, life was not nearly the same for No. 11. Your browser does not support the audio element. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact It’s no secret that Larry Fitzgerald is closer to the end of his career than the beginning.The 32-year-old is set to enter his 13th NFL season since the Cardinals chose him third overall in the 2004 draft, and after 186 regular season games and another nine postseason contests (plus whatever action he’s received in preseason), no one would blame him if he walked away in the near future.A guest of Burns and Gambo on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Tuesday, Fitzgerald said he has not really thought about the possibility of this being his last season playing in the NFL. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (11) celebrates his catch in the red zone to set up a game winning touchdown against the Green Bay Packers during the second half of an NFL divisional playoff football game, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. The Cardinals won 26-20 in overtime. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires LISTEN: Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals’ Wide Receiver center_img Top Stories And of course, doing so would offer the chance of a storybook ending for one of the most storied players in franchise history. As Fitzgerald alluded to, it’s possible this could be his final season, and going out a champion with the only organization he’s ever played for would be about as good as it gets.Make no mistake, he has no intentions of ever wearing another team’s uniform.“Maybe if the Diamondbacks let me come out, or the Phoenix Suns or Coyotes let me do something,” he joked. “But football uniform, I can’t see myself anywhere else.”Whether it’s one year from now or a little further down the road, retiring a Cardinal is the way Fitzgerald right now sees his career coming to an end.“That’s definitely a priority,” he said. “When I committed to doing two more years, I’m focused on two, and after the season — hopefully it’s in February — I’ll sit down with my family and think about it, what I want to do moving forward, but it’s been a great run and I really enjoy being in this community and playing for this organization.”Fitzgerald signed a two-year, $22 million contract in Feb. 2015. He then went on to post one of the best seasons of his career, catching a career-high 109 passes for 1,215 yards with nine touchdowns. His performance in the team’s Divisional Round playoff win over Green Bay, in which he caught eight passes for 176 yards and one touchdown, is the stuff of legends.If this is it for him, however, he has no plans to go out the same way other sports legends have, with so-called retirement tours during their final seasons.“I’m just not like that,” he said. “You won’t hear from me; I’d probably just say thank you and keep it moving.“It’s a sport; it’s about allowing guys to enjoy the ride and everybody’s got to be a part of that.”Should Fitzgerald’s 2016 be as successful as his 2015 was, it’s a little difficult to see him calling it quits. He would not be the first athlete to hang ’em up while still being able to play at a high level, but at the same time, instances of that are rare. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Even as recently as one year ago, many felt like Fitzgerald, while not at all finished, was not quite the same player he was in the Warner era. With Palmer’s help, that theory was proven wrong last season.“In my position you can be open, you can run good routes, but if the ball’s not coming your way you’re not going to make an impact,” he said. “I just think from the very beginning I was a lot more involved in the game-plans and that was the biggest difference.”With John Brown and Michael Floyd lining up with him at receiver and David Johnson, Andre Ellington and Chris Johnson in the backfield, it would not be a surprise to see Fitzgerald’s numbers take a dip in 2016. It would have nothing to do with him, of course, rather instead the sheer volume of talent around him. There is only one football to be thrown around, and it can’t head his way all of the time.Fitzgerald understands that, and at this point in his career is focused on winning more than anything else. The statistics and individual accolades are there. The only thing he’s missing is the Lombardi Trophy, and as of now the Cardinals are one of the early favorites to hoist it in Houston next February.last_img read more

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Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Since January 14, ArizonaSports.com tracked 258 NFL mock drafts.After months of preparation and prognostication, the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft commenced Thursday night in Chicago. A total of 31 players were selected, including the Arizona Cardinals taking Ole Miss defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche with the 29th pick.Unlike the last few years — when the Cardinals moved down to take Washington State’s Deone Bucannon in 2014 and selected Florida tackle D.J. Humphries last year — many experts projected the correct player going to Arizona. Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The first mock draft that had Nkemdiche going to the Cardinals was offered by Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union on Feb. 11. Carlyon wrote:The Cardinals gambled on troubled defensive back Tyrann Mathieu and won big. General manager Steve Keim and coach Bruce Arians could take a similar stance with Nkemdiche. He has top-10 talent, but was suspended for the Sugar Bowl after being cited for marijuana possession in December when he jumped from a hotel window 15 feet to the ground.Nate Davis of USA Today was the next to jump on the Nkemdiche-to-Arizona bandwagon on March 1. In all, 16 mocks tracked by ArizonaSports.com had the Ole Miss defensive lineman going at no. 29 to Arizona making him the third-most common projection behind Alabama center Ryan Kelly (37 mocks) and Eastern Kentucky outside linebacker Noah Spence (22 mocks).Of the prominent national experts, NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah was the most recent to nail the pick. His draft-day mock had Nkemdiche as a Cardinal. “The Cardinals have the culture in place to help Nkemdiche excel,” Jeremiah wrote. – / 35 Comments   Share   Mississippi defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche (5) runs a drill before an NCAA college football game against Fresno State in Oxford, Miss., Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015. Mississippi won 73-21. (AP Photo/Thomas Graning)last_img read more

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Jeffri Chadiha Cardinals over Patriots The only

first_imgJeffri Chadiha: Cardinals over Patriots. The only thing Bruce Arians hasn’t done with the Cardinals is win a championship. That will change this year.Of those six who placed the Cardinals in the Super Bowl, three had Arizona bringing home the Lombardi Trophy.Adam Schein: Cardinals over Patriots. The Cardinals and Patriots play one of the best Super Bowls ever (I can dream, right?) and Carson Palmer sheds his label as a rough playoff performer. Former Patriot Chandler Jones sacks Tom Brady in the fourth quarter to set up the go-ahead David Johnson touchdown.Interestingly enough, all three had the opponent as the New England Patriots, who the Cardinals start their season against in Week 1.Seattle, of course, was picked by three others as well to win the big one. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Of the 20 participating in the discussion, 12 picked the Cardinals to win the NFC West.The strength of the roster was a point of emphasis for some.Brian Billick: Cardinals. Arguably the most complete roster from top to bottom in the NFL, the Cardinals can win by putting up 40 points or pitching a defensive shutout.Willie McGinest: Cardinals. This team just has so much talent and the right man leading the way.Adam Schein: Cardinals. 1-53, the Arizona Cardinals have the most talented roster in the NFL.Elliot Harrison: Cardinals. The Cardinals might not have enjoyed a fantastic preseason on multiple levels, but they can still equal the talent level of any team in the league. Carson Palmer must fare better than he did in the postseason.David Carr: Cardinals. They are probably the most complete team in the league, despite struggling a bit in the preseason.Heath Evans: Cardinals. This team is so talented and knows how to win. The Cardinals have a perfect mix of veterans and young guys, along with one of the best coaches in the league.Half of the panel’s picks for the team to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LI was either the Cardinals or Seahawks, with six of them being for Arizona. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactcenter_img If you’re looking for a consensus when it comes to NFC West and NFC Championship predictions, you won’t find one.The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks are fairly split across the board of national media outlets when it comes to picks for not only the division, but the conference as well.NFL.com’s roundtable predictions for the end of the season awards, playoff teams and results was the latest to prove that. Top Stories 0 Comments   Share   Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians, left, talks with Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll prior to an NFL football game, Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)last_img read more

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first_img Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 29-year-old McClain played 14 games for the Bucs last season, recording 50 tackles and a career-high three interceptions.Related LinksNew Cardinals OL Justin Pugh talks college, Pat Tillman, West CoastReport: Cardinals restricted free agent Xavier Williams visits with ChiefsPrior to his single season in Tampa Bay, McClain played 14 games in 2015-16 under Wilks, then the defensive backs coach for the Carolina Panthers.McClain also played in three games for the San Diego Chargers in 2016 and from 2012-14 was a key player for the Atlanta Falcons.He was a seventh-round pick by the Panthers in 2010. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (11) gets tackled by Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive back Robert McClain (36) and cornerback Vernon Hargreaves (28) as Cardinals wide receiver Brittan Golden (10) looks on during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso) 0 Comments   Share   The search for a second cornerback has entered the forefront of the Arizona Cardinals’ free agency priorities now that the quarterback and offensive line positions have been addressed.One such option is a familiar face to first-year head coach Steve Wilks. The Cardinals have shown interest in Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Robert McClain, reports the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson.Tampa Bay is also considering bringing McClain back for 2018. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterThe great and good of the luxury hotel world, and those of independent character, convened at The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, USA, 11-13 October 2017, for an impact-filled and fun global meeting of Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH). The event stood out for so many reasons. It was entirely apolitical, with no clique-iness or hierarchy, and it was truly international – their were top hoteliers from Australia, New Zealand and the Cook Islands as well as Kenya, and Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Speakers, who included Forbes Travel Guide’s CEO Jerry Inzerillo and Virtuoso Chairman Matthew Upchurch, there with his colleague Albert Herrera, stayed throughout the whole event.It always helps, of course, when the weather cooperates. The sun shone throughout, and every break was held outside on a terrace. This was soak-up-the-rays paradise. I do not know what the very few spouses did during the three days of business but, despite the distractions of the locale, the nearly-200 delegates flooded back into the meeting room for a business programme that was more than worthwhile – it was electrifying. Under its current ownership and the leadership of dynamo CEO Filip Boyen, Small Luxury Hotels has re-imagined itself as ‘independently minded’, showing that the 520 hotel members, typical size 49 rooms, can take on the biggies and offer what today’s luxury travellers really want. Small and personal is the key message, as stressed continually by the marketing boss, Tim Davis.Delightfully-French President of the International Advisory Board Jérôme Tourbier, of Les Sources de Caudalie, Bordeaux, was first speaker, showing how change means increasing distribution support for members, who are integrating more and more into their communities. Filip Boyen said he wants at least one quality hotel in all key destinations, and so far this year 78% of bookings have come via travel advisors, which was music to the ears of the king of that genre, Matthew Upchurch – when it was his turn for the podium, he repeated one of his many current messages, namely that technology is all very well but it is human connection that makes the luxury difference. There is no way, said Tim Davis, that SLH can hope to match the alleged $4.3 billion advertising spend of Priceline this year, but SLH is brave. This is evidenced by its superb quality, advertising-free new 16-page newspaper, The Independent Mind (current articles include what it is like to be a SLH mystery shopper).But, and this is vital, technology can and must be used to advantage. Virtual reality VR can already give guests an enhanced preview of what they might experience. Richard Wiegmann, who heads Sabre for Europe, Africa and Middle East, looked forward to robots replacing some hotel functions, particularly relevant to the entire hotel industry when there is awareness that the young have not inherited a passion for a lifetime of, say, delivering room service. This feature coincides with what Skift President Carolyn Kremins said, namely that, as consumer guests, the HENRYs, High Earners Not Rich Yet, want to splurge on a good life that follows restaurateur Danny Meyer’s belief that today’s guests walk around with invisible signs that say ‘make me feel important’.The gathering, by the way, included not only GMs but also a commendable number of owners. In alphabetical order, the words camaraderie, networking, quality and relevance, with sustainability and value also included, came up again and again. Thanks to a main sponsor, Laurent-Perrier, all awards winners went home not only with plaques but with bottles of bubbly – and the winner of Hotel of the Year, Dormy House in England’s Cotswolds, had somehow to carry home a pair of two-bottle cartons.There were many other surprise moments. Tim Davis showed how the company’s loyalty program works. At top tier, INVITED members might be given a surprise, paid for by the company. Davis delighted 137 Pillars’ Bangkok-based Chris Stafford with a Georg Jensen sword, which he immediately used, in front of all the delegates, to sabre a bottle of Laurent-Perrier.Extra-curricular events had been carefully planned at this three-day events. The first night was billed as a cocktail at host hotel, The Irvine Company’s Resort at Pelican Hill, but actually the outdoor evening had substantial food, including made-in-Parmesan-rounds risotto, which you personalised by adding your chosen toppings. Evening two was also outside, catered by the hotel at Mission San Capistrano: the food was pan-American, and beverages included a craft beer stand and, among the Californian wines, a memorable Pessimist Red Blend 2014.The final night was the gala dress-to-impress extravaganza, with unlimited Laurent-Perrier Brut or Rosé outside, to start, before moving inside to an intimate ballroom where someone had done a great job in the seating plan. Every place card was a movie-screening document starring your name. Open this two-fold, and you found the menu, main or vegetarian alternative, with details not only of the wines but also of suppliers: avocado for the starter Maine lobster salad, for instance, came from Alegra Farm here in Irvine, the local community that is named for the Irvine family that first settled the area from 1860 on. The big-band music was enlivened by Rat Pack look-alikes, with ‘Dean Martin’, in particular, showing how strongly he could belt out music that the assembled company really identified with – just as they had when real-life David Hasselhoff, ‘The Hoff’, had made a surprise appearance at the end of the convention’s business sessions.Looking back, I must say one of the highlights of this gathering of luxury, independently-minded hoteliers was full of the unique. One session featured two one-off operations. Iben Marburger described how she motivates her team at Nimb in Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen (Denmark, to be honest, does not generally top any list in service levels). Former Paris-based theatrical and events impressario Thierry Teyssier shared his pop-up hotel concept. An existing eat-anywhere, anytime, anything hotel three hours’ drive from Marrakech will remain, he says, but he is also going to do six-month pop-ups in Cambodia and Italy staffed entirely by migrants. Everything he does adheres to SLH’s quality standards, arguably the highest in the industry – almost 800 points are assessed by mystery shoppers and yet, at the same time, the unique culture stresses individuality, for the ‘independently minded’.Mary Gostelow travels over 300 days a year, doing one-night stands in top hotels around the world. Read her daily travelogue, www.girlahead.comGo back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

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first_img RelatedJetBlue launches new flight between Florida and BogotaUS cheap flights carrier JetBlue Airways has launched a new daily flight between Orlando and Colombian capital BogotaJetBlue launches new flights to KingstonJetBlue Airways has launched new flights to Kingston, Jamaica from New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport.New flights to Fort Lauderdale to be launched by JetBlueUS cheap flights carrier JetBlue will launch new flights to Fort Lauderdale from San Francisco this winter. American low-cost airline JetBlue has announced that it will launch a new flight between Orlando and San Jose in Costa Rica.The New York-based carrier will commence the service to Juan Santamaria International Airport on March 26th next year, providing it earns approval from the Costa Rican government operating authority.Commenting on the new flight, JetBlue’s first to Central America, the airline’s vice-president and chief commercial officer Robin Hayes said he was “thrilled” to be offering the only non-stop daily service to San Jose from Orlando.”Orlando remains a vital part of our route network as we continue to add direct flights to new international cities like Bogota and Nassau,” he said.The flights to Colombia and the Bahamas are part of JetBlue’s ongoing expansion plans, with the San Jose service set to become the airline’s 22nd non-stop destination.JetBlue announced last week that its traffic in November had fallen by 7.8 per cent over the course of November compared to the same period last year. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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4 Abu Dhabi UAE from £370 If Dubai is just too f

first_img4. Abu Dhabi, UAE from £370If Dubai is just too flash and brash for you, ponder up-and-coming Abu Dhabi. Alright, it’s pretty flash and brash itself, but if lying by the pool gets tiresome, you can take the credit card out to play – shopping is something of a national pastime – or get your thrills at Ferrari World, home to the fastest rollercoaster anywhere.More: Top 10 roller coasters in the world5. Varadero, Cuba from £316Now this really is a good deal – flights to Cuba aren’t usually this cheap. Fly direct to the big resort of Varadero for a totally tropical taste of Caribbean Cuba. Varadero sits on a peninsula that sticks out from Cuba’s north side, along the coast from Havana, where palm trees, clear turquoise seas and talcum powder beaches are standard. 6. Cancun, Mexico from £379Cancún has been dubbed ‘the party city on the Caribbean sea’. But it’s not all about partying college kids from the States. The Mexican resort is a long-haul favourite thanks to its awesome white sandy beaches and tropical climate, so maybe it’s the year to give the Med a miss and go long-haul?*Prices correct at time of going to press (12 August 2013)ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Dubai? Mexico? Going on a long-haul holiday doesn’t have to mean paying through the nose for flights. We’ve found six flights on Skyscanner, all to awesome destinations, from far-flung cities to exotic beach places, all for under £400. Start dreaming! 1. Amman, Jordan from £139Feeling adventurous? If lounging on a beach with the latest Katie Fforde isn’t your idea of a holiday (you’re more of a traveller than a tourist, I guess?), then how about Jordan? Take a city break to trump the average trip to Paris or Barcelona, in capital Amman.2. Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt from £169If lazing on the beach/by the pool is actually right up your holiday street, then Sharm El Sheik is an easy fly-and-flop destination. The charm of Sharm, or at least one of them, is that it boasts blazing sunshine pretty much all year round, so if you need to top up your tan, it’s highly pleasant in autumn, while in winter it regularly reaches 25 degrees C. But there’s more to do than bronzing – like scuba diving in the blue Red Sea.3. Dubai, UAE from £305You don’t need to be a Premiership footballer, or ‘date’ one, to have a blast in Dubai. Yes, there are the super-sized shopping malls, stupendous hotels and plenty of ritzy, glitzy places to flaunt your bling, if you’re into that sort of thing. Check out our guide to the ‘real’ Dubai:More: 10 best things to do in Dubaicenter_img Related5 November sun escapes5 November sun escapes6 exciting long haul destinations to visit in 2013From far-flung cities to exotic fly-and-flop beach holidays, check out these six superb long-haul destinations.Six cheap, continent-hopping flights that will energise your yearIsn’t it time you whisked yourself away to somewhere far-flung? Long-haul flights can be a lot cheaper than you think, and they’ll turn your time off into an exotic, life-affirming adventure. Here’s how to plan a trip that’ll leave you buzzing for months.last_img read more

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Related 10 of the best European city breaks for Ea

first_img Related10 of the best European city breaks for Easter weekendIf you’re wondering where to go for that long Easter weekend, how about four days in Paris, Copenhagen, or Berlin? Here are the best destinations to fly away for this Bank Holiday weekend, from Good Friday (April 14th) to Easter Monday (April 17th).Top 15 attractions and things to do in CataniaBaroque architecture, Roman ruins, tasty Bellinis, sizzling volcanoes and Sicilian spirit await you on a city break to Catania. Mount Etna is just the beginning!10 best things to do in Rome: a local’s guideRome resident Tripbod Judy reveals 10 of the best things to do and see in the Italian capital. Hop between the Roman ruins whilst eating the best pizza, pasta and gelato! Rome knows how to eat. But it also knows how to rip off a passing tourist with mediocre pizza and unexciting gelato.Fear not, we’ve trawled the city for the very best trattoria, gelateria and pizzeria picks, so you don’t have to. Simply book that table and turn up hungry.1. All’OroWith 20 Michelin stars, Rome is no slouch when it comes to the gourmet. Our favourite though is All’Oro, where everything from the all-white furniture to Riccardo di Giacinto’s almost sculptural dishes (duck ragout ravioli, wild salmon, tiramisu) nod to modernism but the ingredients and skills behind them are all Roman tradition.https://instagram.com/p/nOROrySQif/2. CarapinaSimone Bonini’s Florence-based gelateria opened its doors in Rome in 2014 and was immediately heralded one of the city’s best. We think it’s simply the best, serving up unconventional flavours such as white raisin with wine and Pecorino Romano alongside favourites such as pistachio, strawberry and a very good dairy free chocolate.https://instagram.com/p/yNaC2JrDg4/3. Antica Birreria PeroniThis old stalwart may be over 100 years old now, but it still knows how to have a darn good time. Join the throng for draught Peroni (of course), or a Nastro Azzurro perhaps, and a stand-up meal of hearty pasta and meat dishes. It’s open all afternoon and never stops serving, helping you fill that awkward gap when many other Roman restaurant shut up shop.https://instagram.com/p/ceOaQaNb9_/4. Da FrancescoThere will be a queue, but yes it is worth it. It’s always elbow to elbow in this traditional trattoria pizzeria, but that’s half the fun. Order a thin crust pizza or quality pasta dish and enjoy the non-stop movement of the place, from the turning of the tables to the (somehow elegant) spinning of the waiters.https://instagram.com/p/yztY_ysv63/5. Antico ArcoOn a hill above Trastevere sits this warm and welcoming contemporary Italian restaurant where risotto with Castelmagno cheese in Nebbiolo wine sauce is the top choice and you simply must finish up with the molten chocolate soufflé cake. It’s a laidback place and there are more veggie dishes than the average Roman menu.https://instagram.com/p/1L7EgLoUX-/6. Del FrateWant to eat in the shadow of St Peter’s basilica? Decent options are limited, so thank goodness for Del Frate. If you’ve had a hard day of museum-bashing at the Vatican you’ll particularly appreciate the excellent wine list, and there’s a light menu of high quality and ever-changing daily specials.https://instagram.com/p/zA-sSbPolG/7. MatricianellaProper Roman food is served up here, with checked tablecloths to match. Order the spaghetti all’amatriciana (one of the best we’ve had anywhere) for primi, choose the saltimbocca (veal rolled with prosciutto and sage) for secondi, and take your pick from more than 500 different wines to wash it down with.https://instagram.com/p/sf_QWjmpBM/8. Fortunato al PantheonThis is a classic, pure and simple. You might be seated next to an Italian politician (though don’t let that put you off) as you tuck in to meatballs, spaghetti alle vongole (with clams) and fresh fish. In season this is one of the best places in the city to try white truffles, swirled into tagliolini and decadently moreish.https://instagram.com/p/1LnMyuS7My/9. Tre ScaliniSmack bang on Piazza Navona, this café and gelateria is perpetually busy – but we’ve got a better idea. Order their speciality, an almost obscene ice-cream truffle made with a whopping 13 varieties of Swiss chocolate, but ask for it to go and eat it sitting in the square on Bernini’s fountain instead. You’ll save half the price (that’s a full €5) and get to soak up more atmosphere too.https://instagram.com/p/1YgfNoNfej/10. DitiramboWeather not fit for al fresco? Then tuck yourself in here, under wooden ceilings and wrapped in the warmth of a cacio e pepe (fresh tonnarelli pasta with pecorino romano cheese and black pepper) or braised beef cheek on a cream of pumpkin and licorice. There’s a cracking wine list to wash it down with, much of it by the half bottle.https://instagram.com/p/xh8TpGhRiQ/11. Ristorante dal ToscanoThis traditional Tuscan restaurant serves up some of the best meat in the city. You can pick your victim from the chiller cabinet, hung with large cuts of meat, as you enter, but we recommend the grilled beef. Start with a hearty soup in winter, ask for a table outside in summer.https://instagram.com/p/zQn3KXhIu-/12. Roma SparitaThe name means Rome disappeared, or perhaps undiscovered, as somehow this local’s favourite has remained. Tables fill a pretty courtyard in Trastevere and the thing to order (the only thing you should order) is the cacio e pepe, served with a flourish on a crisp shell of Parmesan. We reckon you’ll be raving about it long after you leave.https://instagram.com/p/1MijtLFGj9/If you enjoyed reading this article, we think you’ll like these:10 best things to do in Rome: a local’s guideTop 10 free things to do in RomeRome flightsFind a hotel in RomeSkyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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San Diego California – Reported by Elite Traveler

first_imgSan Diego, California – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineTo honor the centennial launch of the Titanic, San Diego’s US Grant Hotel, opened in 1910, is offering guests an opportunity to explore history with their Legend & Luxury Package. In addition to a night’s stay at the hotel, buyers of the package will get two tickets to the limited-time Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at The San Diego Natural History Museum.The package also includes a $100 food and beverage credit that can be used at the hotel restaurant, The Grant Grill. Rates for the package start at $299 and can be reserved online.www.usgrant.netlast_img read more

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Prizewinning authorcritic William Gass dead at 9

first_imgPrize-winning author-critic William Gass dead at 93 by Hillel Italie, The Associated Press Posted Dec 7, 2017 6:53 am PDT Last Updated Dec 7, 2017 at 9:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – William Gass, a leading experimental writer of the 1960s and ’70s who went on to become an award-winning essayist and translator and an influence on many younger writers, died Wednesday at age 93.Gass died at his home in St. Louis, publisher Alfred A. Knopf announced. The cause of death wasn’t immediately available.“Bill was a master writer, thinker, inspirer and human being,” Gass’ longtime editor, Vicki Wilson, said in a statement. “His writing was important and daring.”Along with John Barth, John Hawkes and others, Gass was among a generation of writers who opened up, and often abandoned, traditional narration. They emphasized wordplay, digression and self-conscious references to storytelling. They were praised as risk-takers who liberated the art form, and chastised for self-indulgence, makers of abstract texts best suited for college seminars.By the 21st century, their techniques, labeled “metafiction” by Gass, were widely used by leading writers such as David Foster Wallace, Dave Eggers and Jonathan Safran Foer. Wallace would call his debut work, “Omensetter’s Luck,” one of the “direly underappreciated” American novels of the late 20th century, and called Gass’ prose “bleak but gorgeous, like light through ice”.Gass endured as only an author can — he wrote. He won three National Book Critics Circle prizes for criticism and four Pushcart Prizes for the best work published by small presses or magazines. He published the epic novel “The Tunnel” and the acclaimed “Reading Rilke,” a translation and analysis of the German poet he long revered. He was active into his 90s and in 2015 released “Eyes: Novellas and Stories.”Knopf will publish an anthology of his work, “The William Gass Reader,” on June 8.Voted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1983, Gass never won a Pulitzer, but that, apparently, was for the better. The Pulitzer for fiction, he wrote in a 1985 essay, “takes dead aim at mediocrity and almost never misses; the prize is simply not given to work of the first rank, rarely even to the second; and if you believed yourself to be a writer of that eminence, you are now assured of being over the hill — not a sturdy mountain flower but a little wilted lily of the valley.”Gass managed the more secure position of faculty tenure, at Washington University (formerly known as Washington University in St. Louis). He and his second wife, Mary, lived in an ornately furnished Georgian-style house, with a vast personal library. He even earned a star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame, where he ranked, alphabetically, between former “Today” show host Dave Garroway and baseball great Bob Gibson.Gass was born in Fargo, North Dakota, in 1924, a Depression baby whose unhappy childhood (an abusive father, an alcoholic mother) scarred him so deeply that he would later say he wrote to “get even.” He was also a glutton for books who treated each text as a plate he was required to clean. Studying at Cornell University, he had his first great literary encounter, sitting in on classes taught by the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.“There was absolutely no small talk around. In fact, it annoyed him,” Gass told The Associated Press in 1999. “He would take walks with a few other people and he’d whistle Mozart just to keep everybody else out of his head.”Influenced by Wittgenstein, Gass was taken by the esthetics of language, how a word looked and sounded as opposed to what it meant. Gass was also a great admirer of Gertrude Stein, who treated plot and grammar as contrivances rather than natural components of literature.“My stories are malevolently anti-narrative, and my essays are maliciously anti-expository,” Gass once wrote. “I do not pretend to be in the possession of any secrets; I have no cause I espouse; I do not presume to reform my readers, or attempt to flatter their egos either.”Gass taught at several colleges in the 1950s and managed to publish some fiction in the literary magazine Accent. Otherwise, his manuscripts were turned down countless times and one was stolen, requiring a complete revision. Only in 1966 did his first book, the novel “Omensetter’s Luck,” come out.“I couldn’t even get a letter to the editor published. It was a discouraging time, I must say,” he recalled.“Omensetter’s Luck” and the story collection, “In the Heart of the Heart of the Country,” brought Gass widespread attention. It was a great time for mass movements, both in art and in politics, and Gass felt he belonged to an international community of rule-breaking writers.“(Italo) Calvino was just starting to discover himself. You had all the Latino writers and Guenter Grass. Everywhere, it was fantastic,” Gass said.But the times moved on, faster than did Gass. His next full-length novel, “The Tunnel,” would take more than 20 years to complete and sold little despite admiring reviews, a fate similar to shorter works of fiction such as “Willie Masters’ Lonesome Wife.”Meanwhile, Gass established himself as an essayist and critic. He won book critics circle prizes for “Habitations of the Word,” ”Finding a Form” and “Tests of Time.” He received, most proudly, a PEN/Nabokov award for lifetime achievement, and in 2007 was the winner of the Truman Capote Award for Literary Criticism.“I have always been interested in miracles — not just the one we are presently celebrating, but especially in the secular kinds,” he said in his acceptance speech for the Capote award. “A miracle is something that cannot happen, and shouldn’t, and won’t again, but has occurred all the same, despite laws, odds, expectations.“To adorn nature with a new thing: that is the miracle that matters.”___Corrects to Washington University from University of Washington.last_img read more

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NEW YORK NY – When the reboot of Roseanne pre

first_img NEW YORK, N.Y. – When the reboot of “Roseanne” premieres on ABC on Tuesday, it picks up where the show left off in 1997 — with one notable difference.For the reboot, Roseanne will be at odds with her sister Jackie, played by Laurie Metcalf, over President Donald Trump.Roseanne Barr says she thought it was important to show how the Conner family deals with the same issues that many American families currently face.“It shows people’s different opinions and how they resolve them,” Barr said at the New York premiere of the show on Monday night.She added: “I saw it happening in all the families I know, so I thought, ‘Well this is, you know, it’s good, hopefully it will get people talking to each other.’”Much like his on-screen persona, John Goodman, who reprises his role as Dan Conner, wanted to stay out of the fray.“All politics is local, and ultimately it’s all meant to crush the family,” Goodman said.But he says he thinks it’s important to cover the political dynamic on the show.“It’s how we deal with it. It’s just how we deal with everything within the group, and we disagree or not it’s really not that big a deal,” Goodman said.Barr, who counts herself as a Trump supporter, was not able to fully express why she backs the president so intensely.“You know, well he is the president and that’s it. He is the president, and we are in a war, so I think we should all pull together and, uh, try to get over our great divide,” Barr said.When asked if she watched Sunday’s “60 Minutes” interview with Stormy Daniels, who has alleged she had an affair with Trump in 2006, she was dismissive.“No. I don’t care about that,” Barr said.Then Goodman chimed in.“I didn’t see her on that,” he said as he grinned, inferring he’d seen her as an adult film actress.When Barr got the joke, she burst out laughing as the pair walked away.“Roseanne” airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. Eastern.__Online:http://abc.go.com/shows/roseanne by John Carucci, The Associated Press Posted Mar 27, 2018 6:37 am PDT Last Updated Mar 27, 2018 at 7:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ‘Roseanne’ reboot picks up where show left off, adds Trumpcenter_img FILE – In this image released by ABC, Roseanne Barr, left, and John Goodman appear in a scene from the reboot of “Roseanne,” premiering on Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST. For the reboot, Roseanne will be at odds with her sister Jackie, played by Laurie Metcalf, over President Donald Trump. Barr said she thought it was important to show how the Conner family deals with the same issues many American families are facing. (Adam Rose/ABC via AP, File) last_img read more

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PHILADELPHIA – Whos gonna run this town tonight

first_img PHILADELPHIA – Who’s gonna run this town tonight? Jay-Z is.The rap mogul’s Made in America music festival will stay in the heart of Philadelphia after Mayor Jim Kenney reversed course on his decision to move the event.Kenney and Roc Nation’s chief operating officer said Monday the festival would remain on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway as they work out operational issues.“We think it’s a very important event for the city,” Kenney told reporters at City Hall. “We think it’s important for our profile, for our tourism and we want to make it work.”Earlier, he said in a statement that the event belonged in Philadelphia — “the birthplace of our country” — and he was “optimistic that we can turn an unfortunate misunderstanding into a positive outcome and even stronger event.”The city had said last week the annual festival would need to move to a new location starting in 2019, citing how long it takes to set up and knock down the two-day festival.“It was overload with the folks out there, because we had the NFL draft, we have the Fourth of July thing, we have Made in America and there are events out there — there’s runs out there all the time —and those people just get a little fatigued. But we’ll figure out how to address those problems,” Kenney said.Jay-Z, whose hits include “Run This Town,” had accused the mayor of showing “zero appreciation” for what the festival had done for Philadelphia.Made in America draws up to 50,000 people annually to the parkway, a heavily visited expanse of museums, monuments, fountains and the famed “Rocky” steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.Amid the controversy, Milwaukee officials extended an invitation to Jay-Z to bring the festival there.Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill and Post Malone are set to perform this year in Philadelphia.“We are happy to announce the Made in America festival will continue at the heart of the Philadelphia, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for many years to come,” Desiree Perez, chief operating officer of Roc Nation, said in a joint statement with the mayor. Philadelphia State of Mind: Jay-Z’s festival is staying put FILE ‚Äì In this Sept. 1, 2012, file photo, people line up to enter the “Made in America” music festival, with the Philadelphia Museum of Art visible in the distance on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. Jay-Z, who founded the festival in 2012, is expressing disappointment after Philadelphia city officials confirmed Tuesday, July 17, 2018, that the annual Labor Day weekend music festival will no longer be held on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in “the heart of the city” after the 2018 event, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File) center_img by The Associated Press Posted Jul 23, 2018 2:11 pm PDT Last Updated Jul 23, 2018 at 7:20 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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The Latest WH video appears manipulated producer

first_imgThe Latest: WH video appears manipulated, producer says NEW YORK, N.Y. – The Latest on the White House and CNN correspondent Jim Acosta (all times local):3 p.m.An independent video producer tells The Associated Press a video tweeted by the White House on an interaction between CNN reporter Jim Acosta and a White House intern appears to have been manipulated to make the reporter’s actions look more aggressive.Abba Shapiro did a side-by-side and frame-by-frame analysis of AP’s video from President Donald Trump’s contentious news conference Wednesday and the version spread on Twitter by Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.Shapiro says that when Acosta’s hand touches the intern’s arm as she reaches for his microphone, the action speeds up in the apparently altered video to accentuate his movement. Earlier in the video, Shapiro notices three frames that were frozen to slow down the action. This, Shapiro says, enables the manipulated video to run the same length as the original.Sanders has not confirmed the source of the video she tweeted.__8:15 a.m.The White House has suspended the press pass of CNN correspondent Jim Acosta after he and President Donald Trump had a heated confrontation during a news conference.They began sparring Wednesday after Acosta asked Trump about the caravan of migrants heading from Latin America to the southern U.S. border. When Acosta tried to follow up with another question, Trump said, “That’s enough!” and a female White House aide unsuccessfully tried to grab the microphone from Acosta.White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders released a statement accusing Acosta of “placing his hands on a young woman just trying to do her job as a White House intern,” calling it “absolutely unacceptable.”The interaction between Acosta and the intern was brief, and Acosta appeared to brush her arm as she reached for the microphone and he tried to hold onto it. Acosta tweeted that Sanders’ statement was “a lie.” by The Associated Press Posted Nov 8, 2018 12:49 pm PDT Last Updated Nov 8, 2018 at 1:21 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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Workshoppers Sara Teddy and Jeff watch and liste

first_imgWorkshoppers Sara, Teddy, and Jeff watch and listen to the demonstration. Resident Tasuku Matsuyama (right) acted as translator for the six Japanese art students on the August workshop. August 12, 2001Foundry Manager Nick Bortel, shows the process of molding, designing andcasting bronze Soleri Windbells to the August Workshop.[Photos and text by: Jennifer Thornton] The Arcosanti Community participates in the Adopt-a-Highway program.Workshoppers, Community Council Members, and other Residents joined together on Thursdayafternoon to clean up our strip of the road. Pictured: Teddy and Julia from the August Workshop, Tom and Wes. Workshopper Michael Muntinga takes a photo of Justin designing a bell.last_img read more

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Kadis stands firm over teacher appointments

first_imgEducation Minister Costas Kadis told hundreds of teachers protesting over certain conditions of a new appointment system on Tuesday that postponing its implementation was out of the question.Primary school teachers’ union Poed is demanding that the new, merit-based system be postponed until colleagues who have been working as temporary teachers for more than 30 months are given open-ended contracts.Hundreds of primary education teachers marched from the education ministry to the Presidential Palace with banners saying “No to the new appointment system”, and shouting “no more injustice done to the new generation”.The first written exams are to take place between September and December. From September 2018 until August 31, 2027, 50 per cent of appointments will be made from the existing waiting-list system and 50 per cent according to the new exam-based system. From September 2027, onward all appointments will be made based on merit.The new procedures do not automatically ensure that present teachers on temporary contracts will be given permanent postings.The union is demanding otherwise and has pointed to a recent ruling by the Labour Disputes Court that granted a teacher who had completed a 30-month service the right to be given an open-ended contract, which has set a precedent. Poed has urged some 350 teachers in a similar position to demand the same treatment. The state legal services appealed the decision.Kadis said that the issue had been discussed extensively during the preparation of the bill on the new procedures that was passed by parliament in 2015, and that the ministry was now in the process of seeing it implemented.During discussion of the issue, Kadis said, the state legal services had ruled that it was impossible to safeguard this group of teachers.“This is why we made other arrangements, for example, around 1,500 permanent appointments within the last three years that largely tackled this sensitive issue,” he said.The new system favours experience so this group will have an advantage over newcomers vying for a post, he added.“I believe that the ministry and the state in general did what they could,” Kadis said.Commenting on the court case Poed has based its demand on, Kadis said that if new data were to emerge, his ministry was ready to reassess ways of addressing this issue.“But what we are not willing and will not discuss is the postponement of the new appointment system,” Kadis said, adding that it had been necessary since the 1980s.Main opposition party Akel on Tuesday said the new procedures were nothing more than a “pre-election firework” of the Anastasiades administration as it will have thousands of candidates taking exams months before the elections and are knowingly selling false hopes. The results, meanwhile, will not be announced until March, after the elections. These candidates have very slim chances of getting one of the few job posts available, the party said.At same time, the party said, by appealing the legal precedent created by the court case, the government is buying time “to complete the pre-election firework”. This however, Akel said, will “bequeath” to ensuing administrations a huge cost as they would have to either re-hire the teachers that have more than 30 months’ service or compensate them. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes?FigLeaf Beta AppUndoFigLeaf Beta AppFigLeaf brings You 3 Easy Steps to Privacy on Your Terms…FigLeaf Beta AppUndoFigLeaf Beta AppGet Maximum Privacy with Minimum EffortFigLeaf Beta AppUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Hellenic announces new entity to manage NPLs

first_imgHellenic Bank has sold its non-performing loan and real estate management business for €20.6m to a newly established entity APS Debt Servicing Cyprus, which commenced operations on Monday.APS Cyprus which is a member of the APS Holding a.s. group of companies, will manage the bank’s non-performing loans (NPL) and real estate assets.All required regulatory clearances have been received and the transfer was made on July 1, the bank said.APS Cyprus is acquiring the operations of the bank’s internal Arrears Management Division (AMD), including the necessary resources to independently carry out the servicing of non-performing loans and real estate assets.Simultaneously, the bank has executed a 10-year service level agreement with APS Cyprus for the management of the bank’s non-performing loan and real estate portfolio. The bank retains the ownership of the portfolio.APS Cyprus is 51 per cent owned by APS Holding and 49 per cent by the bank. APS Cyprus will assume all operating expenses associated with the management of the bank’s NPL and REO Portfolio including but not limited to the costs of payroll, IT licences, processes, products and services.Some 129 employees from the bank’s AMD are moving to APS Cyprus while additional resources, expertise and knowhow will be brought in as needed to further enhance the capabilities and capacity of the operation.Non-performing loans with a value of approximately €2.3bn and real estate assets with a value of approximately €150m will be managed by APS Cyprus for an administration fee payable by the bank to APS Cyprus.APS Holding is a leading company in the management and recovery of loan portfolios and real estate within central and south-eastern Europe. Founded in 2004, APS Holding is headquartered in Prague.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Teen injured in Phaneromeni stabbing

first_imgPolice said Monday they were investigating a case of attempted murder after a 16-year-old was apparently stabbed in the throat and chest in the afternoon.Police said the incident happened at around 3am while the teenager was hanging out at the Phaneromeni church courtyard at the centre of Nicosia with a friend, 17.The pair were attacked by three individuals, resulting in the teen needing medical treatment for throat and chest injuries caused by a sharp instrument, police said.The teen underwent surgery and his condition was stable. The 17-year-old was treated and later discharged.Nicosia CID were on the case. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Teen remanded for bag snatching

first_imgA 16-year-old boy was remanded for six days on Saturday while a 19-year-old was arrested in connection with several cases concerning snatching handbags from women on different occasions in Limassol.The two are considered suspects in seven thefts in Limassol.The 16-year-old was arrested on Friday morning after reportedly snatching a bag from a woman on her way to a bank in Kato Polemidia. The woman told police that a young person on a motorcycle snatched her bag, which had €3,000 in cash in it.Police were able to locate the teenager and found €2,500 in his possession.The suspect reportedly admitted to also being involved in another bag theft on Thursday.The 19-year-old who is believed to be the 16-year-old’s accomplice denies any involvement.Police told the court that the 16-year-old admitted to being involved in a number of similar cases. The two are being investigated for seven such cases, three of which include injuries, as they had pushed the women to the ground while trying to grab their handbags.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Theresa May to visit British bases on Friday

first_imgBritish Prime Minister Theresa May is paying a flash visit to Cyprus on Friday, reports said.May will be visiting the Sovereign Base Areas for a Christmas meet-and-greet with personnel.According to government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides, the British Prime Minister will not have any contacts with Cypriot officials during her brief stay. You May LikeFreedom Debt ReliefPeople In Heavy CC Debt Are In For Big SurpriseFreedom Debt ReliefUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoCrossovers | Search AdsBest New Compact Crossovers for Under 20kCrossovers | Search AdsUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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