Eleven Paris

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Those who prefer to watch international stars or internationally successful films on the home screen instead of on the big screen, will get some really good opportunities in the coming weeks in the first. Because 15 special television and free TV premieres are on the program this year. These are the highlights. July 22, 8:15 […]

19 Jul 19
Running After My Hat

[Image: “Prison for a Day”; found it on Flickr (used here under a Creative Commons license; thank you!), posted by user “amberandclint.” This is a portion of the interior of an airport (Bangkok International? not sure; the caption’s wording is ambiguous), where the photographer once spent eleven hours while waiting for his wife’s flight to […]

19 Jul 19
Public Orthodoxy

by Fr. Irakli Jinjolava Hieromartyr Archimandrite Grigol Peradze (killed 1942 in Auschwitz) was an eminent Georgian Churchman, theologian, and historian and one of the figureheads of the ecumenical movement in the 1920s.* In the journal “Jvari Vazisa” (“Grapevine Cross”), he published a homily series on the Lord’s Prayer (შინაარსი ჭეშმარიტ მოქალაქეობის [“The importance of the […]

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Tombs of Tunisia in the semifinals of the CAN 2019 (1-0), the Senegalese will fight this Friday (21 hours) in the final with Algeria, victorious Nigeria thanks to a goal from his captain Riyad Mahrez (2 -1). In Cairo, the Lions of Teranga are aiming for a first title, while the Fennecs want to conquer […]

19 Jul 19
Literary Hub

Earlier this week, National Book Foundation Executive Director Lisa Lucas asked Twitter: “Who do you think is widely considered a writer’s writer?” The question inspired no little discussion online, as well as in the Literary Hub office, and so this list—in which I have collected quotes from respectable sources who have doled out the term—was […]

19 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

All transfers and change rumors in the summer of 2019: The European top clubs like FC Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are looking for reinforcements. All transfer news at a glance. Barca raises offer for Neymar No ultimatum for Werner Hinteregger skips team photo Juve also wants Pogba 10.04 clock: Juventus […]

19 Jul 19

The story of G.I. Joe A 5-Star Movie in every sense of the word. It has wonderful acting and this is a movie that is a haunting movie showing the mental effects of War on folks for sure. And it is available for your viewing on YouTube right now and I even included the link […]

19 Jul 19
Lipstick & Legal Pads

Foundation is one of my favorite makeup products to try and review. It’s also the product that will make or break a look. You know those days? The days where your foundation is just a little too dark and no matter how hard you try, you can’t quite blend that makeup line….the days of trying […]

18 Jul 19
Backpacking Europe Sample Itineraries

Normandy France Day 16 Sample Itinerary I use the following rating system when ranking the sights: ▲▲▲ Don’t Miss ▲▲ Try hard to see ▲ Worthwhile if you can make it   Now that you are done with Paris, you can start visiting the World War II D-Day Beaches! The 54 miles of Atlantic coast north of Bayeux—stretching from Utah Beach in the west to Sword Beach in the east—are […]

18 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

"I love Matuidi". This cry of the heart, dated July 8, is signed Leonardo in the columns of the Parisian. "I have a lot of respect and esteem for him. It has always been fundamental for the PSG, "we then slipped the sports director, smiling, in memory of their common years in Paris between 2011 […]

18 Jul 19
Sport Archives

Again competing with Adrien Rabiot, this time Juventus Turin, Blaise Matuidi could lose his status untouchable. Result, its situation attracts the world in the transfer market, especially in Ligue 1. Blaise Matuidi really flat Leonardo PSG. I love Matuidi. I have a lot of respect and esteem for him. It has always been fundamental for […]

18 Jul 19
Horse Racing Highlights

     On Friday July 12th, it’s the 104th running of the Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket Racecourse, England. First run in 1911, the Falmouth Stakes was renamed the Child Stakes in 1975 until 1991 when the race was sponsored by the British bank , Child’s Bank, and renamed the Falmouth Stakes from 1992 onward. The Falmouth […]

18 Jul 19
David Crossley's Wide World of Wine

My favourite part of Paris is that around Oberkampf, and one of the most interesting streets is Rue Popincourt, which tracks down from Boulevard Voltaire, just south of Oberkampf Métro Station, until you are almost as far south as the Opéra-Bastille, but about half a kilometre to the east. Once, the whole area from The […]