Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | 8 Day Trips From New York. No Car Needed Advertisement Supported by Mountains, culture, beach. You can have them all. So plot an escape from the city, and then return that night. ByJulie Besonen July 10, 2019 When it comes to day trips, the journey can matter as much as the arrival. One or two hours on a train provides the time to get lost in a summer book, have an unhurried conversation and moon over the passing scenery as everyday anxiety ebbs away. These eight regional getaways have recently been road-tested, no car required (well, maybe a Lyft here and there). On some, you can be home in time for dinner; others will stretch past midnight. Most of them call for stamina and good walking shoes, and all promise a break from the routine, a way to see what adventures lie beyond the five boroughs. … [Read more...] about 8 Day Trips From New York. No Car Needed
Spider man 8 years later
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has become the most expensive defender in Manchester United's history after completing a deal worth up to £50 million from Crystal Palace on Saturday. Aaron Wan-Bissaka has joined Manchester United from Crystal Palace for a fee rising to £50 million. (Photo: AFP/Ben Stansall) Despite the huge fee, the 21-year-old made just 46 senior appearances for the Eagles and has yet to be called up by England. AFP Sport looks at why have United splashed such a huge fee to kick off a major rebuild at Old Trafford after missing out on Champions League qualification last season. CONVERTED WINGER Wan-Bissaka grew up in the surroundings of Palace's Selhurst Park before joining the club's academy at the age of 11. However, having started out as a winger, he did not stand out. Indeed, his talent may have gone unspotted had he not been pitted against Palace's star player Wilfried Zaha one day in training when he impressed coaches with his ability to nullify the … [Read more...] about Who is Man United”s £50 million man Wan Bissaka?
Kyle Swenson and Deanna Paul, The Washington Post Published 6:15 am PDT, Thursday, April 4, 2019 Photo taken in Newport Ohio of boy claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen. Photo taken in Newport Ohio of boy claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen. Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Photo taken in Newport Ohio of boy claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen. Photo taken in Newport Ohio of boy claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen. A teen who says he escaped from captors claims he's a boy who vanished 8 years ago 1 / 3 Back to Gallery The teenager seemed agitated, his face buried under the hood of a sweatshirt, his nervous steps shuffling along the sidewalk. It was early Wednesday morning on a street corner in Newport, Kentucky. The teen paced more, seemingly with no destination, passing red-brick buildings and houses, the Cincinnati skyline stretched across the horizon to the north. As local … [Read more...] about A teen who says he escaped from captors claims he’s a boy who vanished 8 years ago
Peter Ormerod interviews Mick 'Woody' Woodmansey about life as Ziggy's drummer and doing justice to Bowie's legacy It's Friday January 8, 2016. Woody Woodmansey is in New York and it's David Bowie's birthday. Woody is drumming with Holy Holy, the band he's formed with Bowie's long-time producer Tony Visconti. During the show, Visconti calls Bowie. The crowd sing him Happy Birthday; Bowie thanks them and asks for their verdict on Blackstar, the album he's released that day. Their response is rapturous. Bowie wishes the band good luck and says he'll catch them later on the tour. Within two days, Bowie has died. "That was pretty surreal," says Woody now. "And we had to decide how we'd continue - out of respect, do we pull off the road? But Tony had said 'look, he worked right to the end - he didn't give up'. And I said it was the same even on the early Ziggy tours - he wasn't always eating properly, and he'd get flu, and we'd go 'we can't play tonight - you can hardly talk', and he'd … [Read more...] about The last Spider from Mars: Woody Woodmansey on life and work with Bowie ahead of Leamington gig
By Vanessa Franko | [email protected], Kelli Skye Fadroski | [email protected], Peter Larsen | [email protected] and Richard Guzman | [email protected] | The Press-EnterprisePUBLISHED: December 20, 2018 at 8:20 am | UPDATED: December 21, 2018 at 9:04 am 2018 might have been the year we reached peak festival, with more than 50 notable events with big-name headliners happening around Southern California. Tens of thousands of fans flocked to beaches of Orange County, the Coachella Valley desert, parks in Downtown Los Angeles and ext to the Queen Mary in Long Beach and even a racetrack in Fontana. Our team saw a lot of music at a lot of festivals in 2018 (and let’s be honest, ate a lot of festival tacos, too) and 2019 looks to be even busier. But before we look ahead, these are the things we’ve remembered most from a very busy year in Southern California music, in chronological order. 1. Beyoncé turns Coachella into Beychella When and where: April 14 and 21, Empire Polo … [Read more...] about These are the 14 biggest music festival moments in Southern California this year