Stani Army

14 Jun 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

A sea of blue is usually witnessed every time the Indian team plays a cricket match in the UK [Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP] When 23-year-old Rakesh Patel arrived at Old Trafford cricket stadium to watch the World Cup match between India and Pakistan 20 years ago, he was greeted by a sea of green. With no fellow […]

12 Jun 19
365 Sporting Days

The weather in Taunton has been nothing short of horrendous since I arrived on Sunday! I had a ticket for the match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in Bristol yesterday, but opted for Rocket Man at the cinema instead. That match was abandoned without a ball being bowled, so, good choice! Today the rain, at […]

08 Jun 19
365 Sporting Days

It rained, then it rained some more. Then the sun shone and the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled! But, I had a great day in spite of that, spending time with the delightful Stani Army and catching up with TMS man Dan Norcross! And as an added bonus I saw X Men […]

04 Jun 19
365 Sporting Days

This was my 3rd World Cup Match, but I must write this up before the Bangladesh v South Africa match, which in itself was a special result. (photos to follow) I got to Trent Bridge via the Clifton Park and Tram, it’s a great way to get to the ground, but having chatted for too […]

03 Jun 19

Action Maestro William Kaufamn Stops by to Chat About His Upcoming Film THE BRAVE and Drops details on Sinners and Saints 2 in this Exclusive Interview!

31 May 19
365 Sporting Days

Where to start with this, my first World Cup game? I’ve been thinking long and hard on my drive home from Trent Bridge. I’ve seen some off the wall innings, performances and moments at Trent Bridge in the last 7 years, enjoying many days watching cricket. I saw a great game between England and India […]

30 Apr 19
DK's Musings

Here it is, folks. Eleven years and twenty-two films have led us all, as moviegoers and as fans of Marvel Comics, to this moment. And let it be said here and now. What Marvel Studios have done is nothing short of incredible. The history of cinema has known no world like the MCU, and Avengers: […]

27 Apr 19
A Voyage through Film

“A hostile alien army came charging through a hole in space. We’re standing 300 feet below it. We’re the Avengers. We can bust arms dealers all the livelong day, but that up there? That’s the Endgame.” So many superhero narratives find villains as the proactive ones, enacting plots and schemes to attain a goal that […]

15 Apr 19
Waijiaoyi - Blog

The song of ice and fire is nearly complete, but there are still a few things we don’t yet know for sure. Saying goodbye is never easy, although people from the mythical continent of Westeros are very familiar with goodbyes. They were used to say goodbye to the people they love, to their families, to […]

10 Jan 19
World Site News

KINSHASA (Reuters) – For most of his life, Felix Tshisekedi lived in the long shadow of his father Etienne, a firebrand veteran opposition leader in and out of prison and government over the course of a near 60-year career until his death in 2017. Supporters of Felix Tshisekedi, leader of the Congolese main opposition party,…

22 Dec 18
CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV

Today is Saturday, Dec. 22, the 356th day of 2018. There are nine days left in the year. Today’s Hoosier Highlights in History: On Dec. 22, 1989, Indianapolis records its coldest temperature ever recorded in December, -23 degrees, according to data from the National Weather Service. On Dec. 22, 1948, over 1,400 children pack the […]

22 Dec 18
National Post

Today in History Today is Saturday, Dec. 22, the 356th day of 2018. There are nine days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Dec. 22, 2001, Richard C. Reid, a passenger on an American Airlines flight from Paris to Miami, tried to ignite explosives in his shoes, but was subdued by flight […]

26 Oct 18
Abygaele Brophy

Belgium Honors Congolese Leader It Helped Overthrow– by Milan Schreuer Patrice Lumumba became the first prime minister of the independent Congo shortly after he was imprisoned for being a rabble-rouser. Congo was previously controlled by Belgium and their strong military presence and Patrice worked to transform Congo to an independent state. He appealed to the […]

28 Sep 18

Episode 1: Two Swords Tywin burns some wolf pelt as well as swords that seem symbolic of the starks. A sword is being smithed for someone special. Jamie lanister is the recipient of said sword, he is again donned in his gold armor, he needs some assistance and Tywin says that Jamie must earn how […]

20 Sep 18

Episode 5 John Snow and YGritte make fiery love in a cave with a hot water spring Andor Grigan is a free man when he was sentenced to trial by duel and won, this is despite Arya’s most intense protests Jamie Lannister is delivered to a lord bolton by the outlaws and he is handless. […]

08 Sep 18
A Voyage through Film

EXT. AUSTRALIAN FARM. A helicopter lands, and LUTHER STICKELL disembarks. Walking a few paces, he steps in feces. LUTHER: Shit. Mission: Impossible – Fallout and its predecessor Rogue Nation are so good, watching them is like going to your happy place. For all the tension they generate, they’re extraordinarily pleasant to watch. In stark contrast, […]