The Cavendish Club in Blackburn between 1968 and 2007

As part of a new Lancashire Telegraph column, Stephen Hughes’ Facebook group at Blackburn and Darwen Pubs (Past and Present) scoured the archives to look back on pubs and nightclubs throughout the year. This week he’s writing about Cavendish and Utopia, The Cav, Romeos and Juliets, Peppermint Place, Peps, Utopia, Heaven and Hell – known by various official and unofficial ...

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Roger Stone says he won’t retire from politics because it’s a “fight between good and evil”

Roger Stone has said he is not quitting politics, citing the need to protect the United States from impending “darkness”. “We are in an epic struggle”, Peter said during an appearance on the Reawaken America Tour. “This is not a fight between two different political parties that both love America, but just have different philosophies of government. Don’t believe it.” ...

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Producer recommends other 2D titles from the Pokemon Millennium Saga arrive

There are rumors of being on the 3D side The Metro Prime trilogy, In one of the two dimensions, enthusiasts await the arrival Metroid scared Through Nintendo Switch. Recently the manufacturer Yoshio Sagamoto Participated in a Q&A session Seemingly dedicated to the lost continuity Subway merger, Leaving a window open on the future of the saga. The team spokesperson first ...

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Emma McDonald to headline AMC drama Utopia – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: AMC Moonhaven found her Bella Sway in Emma McDonald, Deadline Learned Exclusive. She will direct Peter Ocko’s utopian drama opposite Dominic Monaghan and Ayelet Zurer. Created, produced and written by Ocko, Moonhaven speaks of a utopian colony on the Moon which could hold the keys to the preservation of life on Earth, which has become more and more perilous. ...

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Ajoa Yeboah-Afari receives “Millennium Award of Excellence for Journalism and Media Personality”

Ajoa Yeboah-Afari received “Millennium Award of Excellence for Journalism and Media Personality” The Millennium Excellence Foundation (MEF) awarded Madame Ajoa Yeboah-Afari, former president of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), the coveted “Millennium Excellence Award for Journalism and Media Personality”, in Kumasi. This was in recognition of his long commitment to national development for more than three decades. “You are a ...

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Was Sam Wilson really named after Uncle Sam from real life?

In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out if Sam Wilson was named after the man who was Uncle Sam’s true inspiration! Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the eight hundred and eighth episode where we take a look at three comic book legends and determine if they are right or wrong. As usual, there will be ...

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New images of Mars from the Chinese rover

May 14e, 2021, the Chinese National Space Agency (CNSA) took another important step when the Tianwen-1 The lander successfully landed on Mars, making China the second nation in the world to land a mission on Mars and establish communications from the surface. Soon after, the Chinese National Space Agency (CNSA) shared the first images taken by the Tianwen-1 lander. Before ...

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Intimate file of a Wyoming woman in the early 20th century

Nichols produced some extremely striking images from the moment she picked up her camera. One of his first subjects was his sister Lizzie (who used a crutch after a serious fall as a child) outside their log house at a monumental monumental angle. A young woman, likely Lora and Lizzie’s cousin, Carrie, stands behind Lizzie, in the shaded doorway, creating ...

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After a series of pandemic-induced closures, can the downtown Kalamazoo restaurant scene bounce back?

KALAMAZOO, MI – Downtown Kalamazoo has been a revolving door for businesses that have closed and opened over the past year and more. While as many new companies have appeared on the landscape as they have disappeared since March 2020, all things have not been equal. A search for news articles, social media posts and more identified a total of ...

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Serenade in music. . . Concert life returns

As we celebrate the return of Tanglewood and the many other performing arts groups in our region, it is fitting that this column joins us, as poetry and music have maintained a warm and inspiring relationship over the years. centuries. Today we will discuss three ways in which poetry and music interact: through poets who wrote vividly and expressively about ...

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