Travelling – Casa Amparo Triana Fri, 01 Jul 2022 11:12:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Travelling – Casa Amparo Triana 32 32 Grub launches new monthly traveling food festival in Manchester Fri, 01 Jul 2022 06:58:45 +0000

A new monthly traveling food festival is set to launch in Wythenshawe later this month, bringing some of Greater Manchester’s best street traders to Manchester’s South Quarter.

Featuring local traders, pop-up brew bars, takeaway stalls and a stacked entertainment scene, the new monthly event will come from Manchester’s street food festival favourite, Grub.

Working with Manchester City Council, Grub’s new carnival will bring top local food traders to every corner of the region – appearing in a new Greater Manchester location each month.

The first event will take place outside the old covered market in Wythenshawe Saturday July 23, with street food stalls from non-traditional dumpling purveyors Desert Island Dumplings, burger purveyors Rad Burger and Italian foodie Il Forno.

Go Thief has been confirmed as one of the first festival traders. / Image: Provided
A new monthly traveling food festival is coming to Greater Manchester, Manc
Desert Island Dumplings will also be there. / Image: Provided

Other traders confirmed for the first festival include The Neighborhood Coop, Thief Street Grill & Waffle, The Chaat Walas, tiramisu heroes Paradiso Authentic Italian and Marzipan Mcr.

That’s not all either. There will also be a mini food market stocked with goodies from local independent food and drink producers, as well as a well-stocked beer bar showcasing the best summer beers from Manchester breweries.

The Grub Carnival bar will be stacked with craft beer from North West brewers like Vocation Brewery, Squawk Brew Co. Rivington Brew Co and many more, plus the Runaway Brewery team will be there in person to pour and talk of their beers.

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A new monthly traveling food festival is coming to Greater Manchester, Manc
Grub’s house at Red Bank in the Green Quarter. / Image: Grub

Elsewhere there will be a range of cocktails, mocktails, wines and soft drinks to enjoy, a Grub Carnival tent hosting a stage full of live entertainment and DJs, and lawn games fun for kids (and adults).

Grub also reaches out to the Wythenshawe community to collaborate and offer support
through their ‘School Of Grub’ program, a free workshop presented by successful street traders giving practical advice on how to get started in the business.

The best leads from these workshops will then get free mentorship from Grub and a head start on their way to their first street food gig.

Grub also wants to hear from local businesses, residents, artists, musicians and community groups who might want to support or get involved with the event. If that sounds like you, email them using the address [email protected]

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A new monthly traveling food festival is coming to Greater Manchester, Manc
Local Runaway brewers will be at the festival to pour beers and chat. / Image: Runaway Brewery

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JAson Bailey, Director of Grub, said, “We’re really excited to bring what we do back to what it’s all about and it’s markets that benefit the community.

“It’s amazing to have the opportunity to bring this smashing new market to Wythenshawe and we can’t wait to bring people together to have a good time.

“We have high hopes that this event is just the start of great things happening at Wythenshawe.”

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The GRUB Carnival kicks off Saturday, July 23 at 12 p.m. and lasts until 8 p.m. The event is free
admission, no ticket is necessary and all comers, including families and dogs, are welcome.

Full event details can be found on the event page here. The event can be found at Wythenshawe Civic Centre, Rowlandsway, Wythenshawe M22 5RG.

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Lady allegedly poisoned by friends after telling them she was traveling to France; Sister shares a sad story Tue, 28 Jun 2022 09:55:48 +0000
  • A lady would have was poisoned by her friends after finding out she was traveling in France. Her sister shared the sad event on Twitter
  • According to the aunt, she told her friends that she was leaving the country, and out of jealousy they ended her life
  • The story chilled people who saw the tweet as they expressed how cold the world is and how mean humans can be

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A lady has shared a heartbreaking story of how her niece was poisoned by friends. According to her, they discovered that her sister had travel plans and was heading to France.

The heartbroken woman said her niece got a scholarship to study in France.

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In the tweet, she wrote:

My niece was poisoned by her friends because she had a scholarship to go to France I can’t even breathe right now I’m done in fact she left

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@EmpressAdusei had many people to console her as they were shocked by the story. The tweet contained many thought-provoking elements about keeping certain information to yourself and the brutality of life. compiled some thoughts from people regarding the sad incident.

Aimalohi6 wrote:

This is one of the reasons why people don’t share their Japa plans. Rest in peace ❤ it’s really sad

IvyCherry17 was sad when she said:

Friends are dangerous. I was betrayed by a friend. I’m afraid of people.

jimenez_cartel said:

And people get upset because their friends traveled without telling them. This is one of those reasons.

djsosog had this to say:

Theologians once said “perhaps if Joseph spoke of his dreams, his brothers would not have sold him into slavery”… Maybe. As I sympathize with you, note; your dreams are personal, guide them jealously.

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In other news, a woman has shared a sad experience she had in her former relationship. She says she did six abortions for him.

The lady mentioned that the many abortions made her potentially infertile. She regrets having met him.

The story was shared on Twitter by @abenamagis, and people reacted to the story and shared their thoughts on the matter.

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Seven workers killed, 10 injured in Belagavi accident | Latest India News Sun, 26 Jun 2022 19:08:42 +0000

At least seven workers were killed and 10 others were injured in Belagavi district, Karnataka, about 500 km from Bangalore, after the vehicle they were traveling in was involved in an accident on Sunday.

All of the dead were workers traveling from Gokak to Belagavi, Karnataka Labor Minister Shivaram Hebbar said.

The accident happened when the multi-utility vehicle (MUV) they were traveling in overturned in the village of Kanabaragi near Belagavi, an official familiar with the developments said.

“Seven workers were killed when their cruiser vehicle crashed near Belagavi. Those of the deceased who have Department of Labor cards will receive 5 lakh from Karnataka Building And Other Construction Workers Welfare Board. The other four will receive 3 lakh for humanitarian reasons,” Hebbar said.

The incident highlighted the problem of vehicles overloading passengers. In rural Karnataka, it is not uncommon to see vehicles taking more than their real capacity, sometimes speeding up on highways as workers depend on these modes of transport for their daily income.

Reacting to the news, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said, “It is most tragic that seven people lost their lives in the road accident near Belagavi.”

“Many are seriously injured. Arrangements have been made to treat the injured free of charge. It was decided to distribute 5 lakh as solatium for each of the families of those who were killed and another 2 lakh each from Deputy District Commissioner. The injured would be treated free of charge by the government,” the chief minister said on Sunday.

Earlier this month, 11 people were injured after a state government-run passenger bus collided with a truck in Karnataka’s Vijayanagara district on Wednesday morning, the fifth major accident in the ‘state this year, police said. It is the sixth major accident reported in Karnataka this year, and 26 people have so far lost their lives in road accidents, according to police data.

The previous accident was reported in the Kalburgi district on June 3, where seven people died. In the accident reported on May 22 in Dharwad, eight people were killed. Prior to the Dharwad crash, a multi-purpose vehicle rammed a tree near the Hubballi-Dharwad area, killing at least eight people and seriously injuring 13 others on May 21. Four people died and more than 25 others were injured after an overloaded bus overturned. in Pavagada in Tumkuru district on March 22, HT reported.

Copping travels to Denmark for health summit Sat, 25 Jun 2022 00:56:16 +0000

Alberta’s Minister of Health will travel to Denmark and the United Kingdom for a series of meetings with healthcare leaders and innovators.

Minister Jason Copping will be in Copenhagen for the Denmark Health Tour Forum 2022, June 28-July 1, at the invitation of the Danish Ambassador to Canada. He will then take part in a study and information exchange tour on health innovation in London, from 4 to 7 July.

According to the province, the purpose of the trip is to gather information to improve public health care across Alberta, “particularly in primary care services, home care and continuing care, and the delivery of EMS. “.

“Our goal is to create a better health care system for Albertans,” Copping said in a statement. “A patient-centered, integrated and sustainable approach.

“Meeting with experts from some of the best health systems in the world will allow us to learn from their best practices and innovations, and inform better approaches and outcomes for health care in Alberta,” added the minister.

Copping is also set to host a roundtable with other healthcare leaders on “accelerating digital solutions in healthcare” in Denmark. Two employees will accompany him during the trip.

Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and the Northwest Territories are also sending delegations to represent Canada at the summit in Denmark.

Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, Norway, Sweden, the United States and the United Kingdom will also participate in the forum.

Time-Traveling Cher Show Serves Up Shot After Shot Thu, 23 Jun 2022 09:04:21 +0000

The Dear Show – Theater Royal, Plymouth


I’m sure we could all sing along to a Cher hit or two and can probably also describe one of the star’s most eye-catching outfits that has become synonymous with her. She’s just always been there – always surprising us, morphing over the decades like a time-traveling chameleon, breaking the mold and most often speaking languages ​​over the past six decades.

And do we realize how much she accomplished during that time? Over 100 million record sales, an Academy Award, an Emmy, a Grammy, three Golden Globes and an Oscar to boot.

This musical retraces the time spent on the life and career of the diva and on the men who have gone through the years. Many had great influences on her life, including her first husband Sonny Bono who launched her music career and fashion designer Bob Mackie who produced some of her most memorable costumes.

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But probably no one has influenced her more than her mother Georgia, it seems, who started her on the path to independence with her no-prisoner attitude and led her down the path of fighting the prejudice and resistance to those who misjudged her. Written by Tony-Award winner Rick Elice and first opened on Broadway in 2018, this production is the European premiere of The Cher Show and is directed by Arlene Philips with energetic choreography by Oti Mabuse.

It has all the big numbers you’d expect and a lot that I didn’t necessarily associate with Cher. Songs that are embedded in my psyche, many of them having been turned into dance hits in recent years, but I had never recorded that they were songs by Cher. The Beat Goes on and Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) for example provided some of the most slick and dramatic moments in the series which I loved.

The Cher Show at the Theater Royal in Plymouth

I thought for a while that some new material had been written specifically for the musical but in fact it was a lot of his older 60s music that I hadn’t heard like You Better Sit Down Kid that was written by Sonny Bono as a father explaining divorce to his children. The story of this woman nicknamed the “Queen of Reinvention” is told by three versions of herself embodying three stages of her life by describing them as innocence (Babe), confidence (Lady) and experience (Star).

The three Chers were excellent but Danielle Steers as Lady provided me with the most believable of the night and gave the most power and passion to recreate her unique sound. Jake Mitchell as Bob Mackie was cheerful, and the chemistry of Sonny (Lucas Rush) and Babe (Jasmine Jules Andrews) was adorable and later emotional with Star (Debbie Kurup).

But with 35 issues, it almost takes too long and we race through the years with no real end that needed something bigger. Some sound issues on opening night were also disappointing. Cher fans will no doubt love it, but for those of us who aren’t, it’s a fun illustration of an incredible life lived in the spotlight.

The Cher Show runs at Plymouth’s Theater Royal until Saturday 25 June.

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]]> Travelers Rest launches database to tell slave stories Sat, 18 Jun 2022 21:09:00 +0000

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – There are June 19 celebrations all over middle Tennessee this weekend. But on Saturday morning there was a unique opportunity at Rest house and museum of historical travelers for some Nashville natives to trace a piece of their own history.

“The original part was built in 1799; it’s the oldest house in Nashville still open to the public,” said Chad Burgess, one of Travelers Rest’s tour guides.

For those who love history, it’s hard to pass up the opportunity to travel back in time.

“You can come in,” said Amy Grubbs, another tour guide. “These are the original floors.”

For generations, the staff of Travelers Rest have shared insight into the life of the Overton family. But maybe not the full picture.

“Telling a complete story is really essential,” said Katie O’Bryan, executive director of Travelers Rest.

Just down from the lavish Plantation House is a much smaller building called the Weaving House. On the walls are the names, but not the faces, of the other Overtons.

“When the judge died, he left in his death inventory a list of the 53 people who were allegedly enslaved here during his time, and we have their names, their ages – which is really, really rare for a site history to have access,” O’Bryan said.

Although it might be hard to believe, the little snippets they have on each person took a lot of work to uncover.

“Bills of sale, fugitive listings, even personal correspondence that the judge and his son had with others, like Andrew Jackson,” she said.

This work has now inspired a new mission. They just took a list of names and ages and turned it into an online database.

“A person’s age, a little snippet of their story, and then the source,” O’Bryan said.

Their hope is that families who hope to trace their own history will find it and use it.

“Someone could be sitting in their living room halfway around the world or halfway across our country and coming up with something,” she said.

In turn, maybe – just maybe – they will have a clearer picture of who these people were.

“We hope they will check out our website and that this database will inspire people who might have information or even think they might have something that might be relevant to contact us so we can work to keep adding information about this resource tool,” O’Bryan said.

When people step back in time, the staff at Travelers Rest think they deserve the whole story.

“I hope, frankly, that this will only spur continued efforts to tell these stories. I hope everyone realizes that these are stories that need to be told every day,” she said. .

There is a Google document of the database available for viewing on line.

Arsenal sign €40m deal with Fábio Vieira as player travels to London Thu, 16 Jun 2022 14:52:06 +0000
FC Porto’s Portuguese midfielder Fabio Vieira applauds during the Portuguese league soccer match between FC Arouca and FC Porto at the Municipal de Arouca stadium in Arouca on February 6, 2022. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP) (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA/AFP via Getty Images)

The news comes from Portuguese journalist Pedro Sepúlveda:

Translated, and without emojis, it says: “EXCLUSIVE. Fábio Vieira will be a @Arsenal player. There is already an agreement between @FCPorto and #Arsenal.

“The amount of the termination clause is 40 million euros.

“Fábio Vieira is going to London in the next few hours.”

It is unclear at this stage whether Arsenal have met the full €40m release clause or if they have reached another deal with Porto, and it should be noted that some in the replies to the tweet above Above claim that Vieira’s release clause is actually 50 million euros.

This was later reinforced when Fabrizio Romano got involved in things:

The 22-year-old is touted as one of the best young talents to ever come through at Porto with comparisons made to Bruno Fernandes, although those who have watched him regularly believe he is a player who will become many, many better. than Manchester United man.

There has been little to no noise around this player or any connection to Arsenal before that.

Aged 22 at the end of May, Vieira is under contract until 2025 and has scored seven goals, with 16 assists, in 39 games.

He is currently valued at around £22.5m, with some saying even at €40m he would be a steal.

“Escape”: a new travel anthology brings together more than 100 short stories of travelers Tue, 14 Jun 2022 14:26:50 +0000

Considered a one-of-a-kind collection, a new travel anthology ‘Escape: By the Youth of India’ features over 100 captivating short stories and poems written by young travelers from across the country. The book, published by The Write Order Publications, is published by backpacker hostel brand goSTOPS.

Whether it’s an adrenaline-pumping adventure, breathtaking scenery, or a quiet, offbeat location, the book brings together the shared passion and love for travel by capturing the stories of different travelers and their experiences.

”goSTOPS has taken every opportunity to serve young backpackers with unique experiences. We wanted to rescue those memories through anecdotes from across the country while giving back to India’s evolving travel community,’ Pallavi Agarwal, founder and CEO of goSTOPS, said in a statement.

”So we’ve teamed up with The Write Order to capture the heart-pounding thrill every traveler gets whenever a new place pops up on their wishlist. The result is an exciting and heartwarming anthology,” she added.

Through interesting anecdotes, the book claims to present a ”rare and tangible reflection of the wonders of travel”.

According to the publishers, the book offers a “great documented experience for, and from, every traveler”.

“These poems and stories are a varied collection of emotions and experiences one encounters during one’s journey and adventures. This special edition project aims to embolden and inspire confidence in writers of the new India,” he said.

The book is currently available for sale in all offline and online stores.

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Traveling artists are feeling the burn of rising gas prices Sun, 12 Jun 2022 22:16:00 +0000

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (WVVA) — As everyday drivers continue to feel the impact of record pump prices, traveling entertainers in the Bluefield area say their situation is no better.

“I will probably be out maybe two or three, maybe four months a year. A little spaced out, but it could be much longer. It used to take a lot longer,” said Denver Boyer, co-owner of The Great American Entertainment Company. “Coming here from Texas costs what it would have cost last year to go coast to coast, and that’s a huge difference… If it was like this all over the country, I don’t know, we might not be going to many places.

Boyer said the current situation is difficult, but he plans to get through it without changing his schedule. Eric Noel, a director of Drew Exposition at the Cole Chevy Mountain Festival shared Boyer’s sentiment, but added his additional dilemma of an inability to change prices accordingly.

“We can’t raise our prices much, they’ve already been announced with the committee here and everything,” Noel said. “They’ve been advertising for months, and you know, we’re getting into our 4th of July spot, you know, diesel’s probably going to be $6 or more. And they’ve already been advertising it, pre-sale tickets, so there’s not much, we can’t really change it at this stage of the game.”

Noel said he and his crew make about 24 different stops each year, from March to November. He has worked in the entertainment business for more than 30 years and said he had never seen gas as such a big issue before.

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Report: Darwin Nunez ‘will travel to Liverpool in the next few hours’ to complete transfer from Benfica | Will miss Uruguay against Panama Fri, 10 Jun 2022 22:26:55 +0000

Over the past 48 hours, Liverpool supporters have been on an emotional roller coaster.

The club’s pursuit of Darwin Nunez seemed to be going very well until rumors swirled that Manchester United were ready to blow up Liverpool’s bid.

Fortunately, the Red Devils pulled out of the race after Nunez made it clear he only wanted Liverpool.