Hong Kong doesn’t immediately present its quieter side to undiscerning tourists. A 21st century cacophony, this city’s blend of trams and temples, skyscrapers and subways, malls and myriad street shops, can overstimulate even the most Zen traveller. Here, everyone seems to be in perpetual high gear – even the tourists, who quickly learn to speedwalk […]
Before we get into the nitty-gritty, let’s take a look at how lucky we are this year to have so many “firsts” among the nominations:
If you read my “Message” on MageeNews earlier today, you know I am on a rant and tear about the E-911 system for the city of Magee. Our E-911 system consists of a desk phone….I mean one of those type phones no one uses anymore! The phone does not have a hold, transfer, or mute […]
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1 Doesn’t Matter (Voleur de Soleil) Christine and the Queens 2 Honey Robyn 3 The End of Love Florence + the Machine 4 5 Dols Christine and the Queens 5 Baby’s Got The Blues H.C. McEntire 6 In My View Young Fathers 7 Lost My Mind Lily Allen 8 Wilson (Expensive Mistakes) Fall Out Boy […]
#12 Virginia (3-0) had 11 players score and junior Charlie Campbell (Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.) had 12 saves in the 19-5 win at Richmond (1-1) on Thursday afternoon at Robins Stadium.
It was inevitable. The media and race hustler’s (I know: one-in-the same) latest world-ending hate crime, “it-was-all-Trump’s-fault,” narrative has crumbled under the weight of its own stupidity.
Before Oscar nominations were announced earlier this month, the award show sparked controversy over who would host the show. 39-year-old comedian, Kevin Hart was set to host the show, however, the announcement was faced with backlash when old homophobic tweets resurfaced. “I’ve yet to go back to that version of that immature comedian I once […]
The Little Drummer Girl is an adaptation of the John le Carré thriller of the same name. The book was published in 1983, but the setting is the late seventies. This six-part adaptation was shown on the BBC from the end of October last year. The series starts with a bomb exploding in a house in West Germany. The […]
Because I commute, I listen to a lot of podcasts. I heard one around Christmastime that brought a smile to my face, not only because of the legacy of the episode’s inspiration, but because of the whole-hearted belief necessary to bring it about. The podcast is The Way I Heard It by Mike Rowe, episode […]
With the exception of baking and of roasting vegetables, there aren’t that many things that I actually use my oven for; most of my cooking is done on a hob. Perhaps that’s why, when I do use my oven, I cook comforting, warm-the-cockles type foods. I love a sherpherdless pie of a cold winter’s evening […]
By: Dustin Bradley How to Get Away with Murder fans were given an early Christmas present (or I guess late, technically) last week. “Where Are Your Parents?” saw the return of the brilliant and iconic Cicely Tyson as Annalise’s mother and the return of a few other interesting players. Let’s break down the episode […]
Saint Joseph’s (11-15, 4-9) vs. UMass (9-17, 2-11) William D. Mullins Center, Amherst, Massachusetts; Saturday, 2 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: UMass seeks revenge on Saint Joseph’s after dropping the first matchup in Philadelphia. The teams last played on Feb. 2, when the Hawks created 18 UMass turnovers their offence turned the ball over just 10 […]
On Thursday February 14th, it’s the 16th running of the Balanchine Stakes at Meydan Racecourse, United Arab Emirates. First run in 2004 at Nad Al Sheba Racecourse, United Arab Emirates, the Balanchine Stakes is a race in honor of the 1994 Irish Derby winner Balanchine, and this race was moved to Meydan Racecourse in […]
I don’t really much care for the weather right now. I feel like it just keeps messing with my head. I look outside and it is sunny and bright, and calling for me to get out in the yard and do a little gardening. As soon as I step outside though, a massive cold breeze […]
The New York Rangers and the Minnesota Wild face off against each other tonight for the first time this season. The game will be broadcast on MSG with a pregame preceding the 7p.m. start. The Minnesota Wild are coming off of a 4-0 shutout loss on Tuesday night to the Anaheim Ducks. They are 27-27-6 […]