By Jay R. Jordan Updated 5:05 pm CDT, Friday, June 21, 2019 A pair of thieves break into Tea + Victory in the Heights on Friday, June 21, 2019. A pair of thieves break into Tea + Victory in the Heights on Friday, June 21, 2019. Photo: Courtesy Tea + Victory Photo: Courtesy Tea + Victory Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 A pair of thieves break into Tea + Victory in the Heights on Friday, June 21, 2019. A pair of thieves break into Tea + Victory in the Heights on Friday, June 21, 2019. Photo: Courtesy Tea + Victory Heights board game café break-in caught on surveillance video 1 / 10 Back to Gallery An up-and-coming board game café in the Heights fell victim to … [Read more...] about Break-in at Heights café caught on surveillance video
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Known for its sunny package holidays, the subtropical island of Tenerife hides its unusual things to do in plain sight.Unusual Things to do in TenerifeWith two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and food, landscape and culture aplenty, Tenerife offers so much more than simply lying on the beach.And hardly anyone’s even noticed!So, make the best of both worlds. Snap up the cheap and easy flights before ditching the crowds and exploring these authentic and unique things to do in Tenerife.Wake Up in a UNESCO World Heritage Site: La LagunaThe fan stirs slowly overhead, while shadows move across the peeling wall of powder blue.It’s early. But not too early and the sighing morning sun warms up the workers on the flagstones as they finish their commute.I sip my coffee, served short, thick and strong, and watch the Canary Island date palms ruffle their leaves like clucking hens. They, too, are short and strong, unlike their Caribbean counterparts.Introducing La … [Read more...] about Unusual Things to do in Tenerife â Welcome to UNESCO Tenerife!
PUBLISHED: 14:56 26 May 2019 | UPDATED: 14:56 26 May 2019 Mark Boggis UKIP members with leader, Gerard Batten, on his visit to Lowestoft. PICTURE: Jamie Honeywood Jamie Honeywood Archant Norwich Norfolk A local Ukip branch has said a pub's advert for a music event could put its members at risk after it called on people to 'punch a Nazi in the face'. The Stanford Arms pub in Lowestoft. Photo: James Carr.The poster, advertising a show by band This Machine Kills Fascists at the Stanford Arms in Lowestoft, goes on to say, "Perhaps we should invite UKIP along..."The UK Independence Party (UKIP) East Suffolk has lodged complaints with Suffolk Police and Facebook over the advert, claiming it incites violence against its members.According to the music event listed on Facebook, hosted by The Stanford Arms and Roop Murphy at the pub in Stanford Street, This Machine Kills Facists will perform on June 9.In the event 'details,' it states: "Get ready to punch a Nazi in … [Read more...] about ‘What happens if we start getting attacked’
All the fun of the fair at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach. Picture: James Bass Archant Norfolk © 2015 From Horrible Histories live on stage to a Unicorn and Wizards Festival, there are plenty of events taking place to make sure it is a magic half term. Crowds enjoy the sunshine at Let's Rock Norwich 2018. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWERWhat: Let's Rock Festival Where: Earlham Park, Norwich, NR4 7TQWhen: May 25, 11am to 10.30pmCost: £46.20 (including booking free), children aged 3 to 13 free, letsrocknorwich.comYou're in for a rocking weekend as chart-toppers from the 80s to Norwich for an unforgettable weekend of music.Headliners at this years event are Trinidadian-English R&B singer Billy Ocean, Andy Bell, best known as the lead singer of synth-pop duo Erasure, and Marc Almond whose biggest hit was 1989 number one single Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart, featuring Gene Pitney.There s plenty to entertain all ages including a Kids' Kingdom with an interactive circus, face … [Read more...] about 20 things to do over May half term in Norfolk
There is certainly something about being up in the mountains that gives you a head space you’re not quite afforded anywhere else. Hours seem to go that little bit slower and it’s hard to get bored of savouring the views of French Alps, draped in snow which quite literally sparkles like diamonds under the sun.It’s very easy to be alone with your thoughts while at the same time wanting to capture and share the beauty of this dramatic landscape with everyone you know.It was a search for ‘freedom’ and a chance opportunity which first led Francesca Eyre to venture to Morzine for a short escape from the all-consuming London lifestyle, she had been living, running her own catering businessLittle did she know in her early 20s, this little known town nestled in Alps, just an hour and a half ride from Geneva, would capture the heart. As love stories go she found an instant connection with the small community and as it happens husband Paul, a former quantity … [Read more...] about Morzine family chalet Chilly Powder in the French Alps packs a real punch