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25 May 19
tremellepreli News

Michael Fassbender spotted with some famous friends in Dublin ahead of St. Patrick’s Day He is an Irish-German actor that is married to Tomb Raider beauty Alicia Vikander. And Michael Fassbender enjoyed a day out with the boys ahead of St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin on Saturday. The 40-year-old was joined in the Irish capital […]

25 May 19
IQ

The basic that fool’s gold is there also implies that at this time there is proper gold to be needed too. And Golden Goose Running Sneakers there without a doubt is. High are several amazing investment opportunities to be money always on the planet wide web – only as at this time were men or […]

25 May 19
PPGuru

Here I am with another journal entry into the world of FREE COMIC BOOK DAY. For the past two weeks, I have reviewed half the offerings of this year’s stack which worked out to 51 titles given away in various categories, plus a DC added another title called Year of The Villain that costed a […]

25 May 19
Instinct Magazine

Billy Porter (Golden Globe nom – FX’s Pose, Tony Award winner Kinky Boots) has teamed up with two-time Out Music Award winner Matt Zarley to reimagine the 1995 Des’ree anthem, “You Gotta Be.” All of the proceeds from the single will benefit the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Youth Center. Close friends for more than 30 […]

25 May 19
File 770

(1) NIXING BREXIT. In a letter to The Guardian, “John le Carré and Neil Gaiman join writers warning Brexit is ‘choosing to lose’”. Dozens of writers have put their names to a letter to the Guardian that urges UK voters taking part in Thursday’s European parliament elections to use their franchise to support the European […]

25 May 19
Shanazitil Bookmark Story

Nonton Madeline Wants William To Testify | Season 1 Ep. 3 | PROVEN INNOCENT Sub Indo Madeline Wants William To Testify | Season 1 Ep. 3 | PROVEN INNOCENT Madeline tells Easy she wants William to testify in court. Subscribe now for more Proven Innocent clips: Catch full episodes now: Watch more videos from Proven […]

24 May 19
Called A Library

Join us on a brief excursion in history in one of the world's most fascinating cities, Rome, Italy The ending columns and marble blocks in the Roman Forum have stood like dutiful sentinels for over 2,000 years. They are haunting relics of victory arches and memorials commemorating successful military campaigns, and dedicated to centuries of…

24 May 19
Luke's Living Room

 An A+ in every way imaginable. Last night I had the choice of going to see an early showing of the romantic-drama The Sun Is Also a Star (2019) for $13, or a later showing of the coming-of-age comedy Booksmart (2019) for $17. Though I was pretty tired, I’d been hearing nothing but praise for […]

24 May 19
Villainfy Media

LOS ANGELES, CA (May 23, 2019) – For the tenth year, B. Riley FBR, Inc. presented the annual “Big Fighters, Big Cause”Charity Boxing Night on Wednesday, May 22 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Actor and comedian Bill Bellamy hosted the exclusive star-studded event which featured first-class entertainment, a National Anthem performance by Pia Toscano, four action-packed live fights presented by Golden Boy and a live […]

24 May 19
Sherman County eNews

CONTENTS Fire Ban at Cottonwood Canyon State Park Chuck Wallace, Grand Marshal for Wasco Memorial Day Celebration  142nd Fighter Wing to conduct Memorial Day Flyovers Memorial Day Reminds Us of Our Highest Ideals – and the Price We Must Sometimes Pay for Them Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do Oregon Capital Insider Index: This […]

24 May 19
CauseACTION Clarion

On Thursday, comedian Ricky Gervais commented on the new left-wing trend of dunking right-wing politicians with milkshakes (which is assault), and he didn’t hold back. “I voted remain. I would still like to stay in Europe,” wrote Gervais, a self-described left-wing liberal. “I will argue with people who disagree me, always respecting their right to […]

24 May 19
A fool and her blog

A few weeks ago I arrived home from work to find my 50 year old mother sitting in the front room alone watching Easy A. There is a certain sense of nostalgia that comes along with Will Gluck’s 2010 film that goes back to the 1980s and the golden age of teen cinema. This gives […]

24 May 19
Orange County Register
It is a new day in Anaheim, Orange County’s baseball city. We are in the early stages of working with the Angels on the team’s future in Anaheim. In doing so, we want to build on the benefits baseball brings for our residents and extend a legacy that has helped make Anaheim the most exciting city in Orange County. In 53 years of baseball here, we have celebrated an Angels World Series win, Nolan Ryan’s epic no-hitters and Vladimir Guerrero’s Baseball Hall of Fame induction. Now there is Mike Trout. Our stadium, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, affectionately known as the Big A, is the only home field the game’s greatest player has ever known, and we are looking to keep it that way. There are no specifics to share at this point. But there is one goal that will guide us when negotiations begin: Any agreement must benefit our residents and neighborhoods first as part of an agreement that also work for the Angels and fans. Yet even at this early stage, there is no shortage of speculation about the future of baseball in Anaheim, not all of it productive. We welcome a conversation based on facts and with the understanding that when there is information to share, we will. So let me recap where we are. As Anaheim’s newly elected mayor, in early January I met with Angels owner Arte Moreno about starting fresh with talks about a new lease in Anaheim. Shortly after, our City Council approved a 14-month extension for the Angels in Anaheim, allowing time for both sides to work on a new lease. So far, the city has hired a real estate appraiser to value land around the stadium, while the Angels have enlisted the help of a development consultant to look at opportunities as part of any potential lease. We expect to sit down in coming weeks and talk about a potential agreement that works for everyone, with a goal of progress by late 2019. One thing is clear: We are not revisiting the contentious debate of 2013, when an early framework included a placeholder $1 a year lease of land for development to fund stadium improvements that neither the city nor the Angels ever intended as an actual deal point. Either way, that was six years ago, and an entirely different time and dynamic for our city. Today, we have a new City Council with a fresh perspective and renewed resolve to address what has been a matter deferred for far too long. New Model Whether improving or building new, stadiums are big-ticket items. We start out knowing that the new model for stadiums and arenas is as part of larger economic developments. Baseball is a critical part of our vision for the Platinum Triangle, the 820-acre area including the stadium, neighboring Honda Center and the ARTIC transit hub. The Platinum Triangle is seeing $1.5 billion in current and near-term investment to create a downtown built around sports and entertainment with urban-style homes, breweries, restaurants and workplaces. With more than 150 acres of land around the stadium, we have the opportunity to create the kind of excitement seen around sports venues across the country while maintaining the unrivaled fan convenience of Angel Stadium. What plays out would be distinctly Anaheim. But inspiration can be found across California, including in Sacramento with the city’s Golden 1 Center basketball arena or in San Diego with baseball’s Petco Park. We are also watching baseball’s newest stadium, Globe Life Field, being built outside Dallas. Right next to the new stadium is Texas Live!, a $250 million entertainment complex built in partnership with the Texas Rangers, who will call Globe Life Field home in 2020. Economic Development with a Purpose In Anaheim, development of restaurants, shops or even a hotel or offices could be the primary way to fund improvements to the Big A or even a new stadium. For Anaheim, it would be economic development with a purpose. Our theme parks, sports venues and convention center are a matter of pride. But their real purpose is to serve residents by generating revenue for public safety, parks, libraries and community centers and by helping us keep taxes and fees low. You can see this playing out in the Platinum Triangle now. Golden Road Orange County, a craft brewery and restaurant just across from the stadium, is part of the area’s transformation. Just a few years ago, the site housed a 1970s-era warehouse that generated little in the way of property tax revenue for the city. With Golden Road, we now see additional property tax from the site plus sales tax revenue we never had before. It is part of a larger trend. Since 2009, redevelopment in the Platinum Triangle has doubled our sales tax revenue in the area to about $8 million. That money goes directly to public safety and community services for residents. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]Long Beach We are not alone in recognizing the value a stadium brings. Long Beach has approached the Angels with a proposal for a stadium in its downtown waterfront. While we admire Long Beach’s ambition, we do not envy any city starting from scratch. As a major league city for more than five decades, we are confident in the path, process and opportunity ahead of us here in Anaheim. There is no better stadium site in Southern California. Angel Stadium enjoys access from three freeways, integrated train and bus service and worldwide exposure as part of a city that’s also home to Disneyland, Honda Center and the Anaheim Convention Center. For the past 16 seasons here, the Angels have drawn more than 3 million fans to home games, an attendance milestone second only to that of the New York Yankees. That is no accident, and it happened right here in Anaheim. Done right, a new agreement with the Angels will secure the next generation of baseball in Orange County while creating lasting economic benefit for Anaheim’s neighborhoods for years to come. Harry Sidhu is mayor of Anaheim.
24 May 19
Rock Your Lyrics

Conto alla rovescia per Firenze Rocks, il più importante festival italiano, uno tra i più prestigiosi in Europa, che si svolgerà a Firenze alla Visarno Arena dal 13 al 16 giugno. Il festival è prodotto da Live Nation Italia con la collaborazione de Le Nozze di Figaro nell’ambito dell’Estate Fiorentina promossa dal Comune di Firenze. Un immenso palco a cielo aperto che accoglierà un cast […]

24 May 19
Shanazitil Bookmark Story

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