Benefits for Vip Program Players at Casiplay Casino

You arrive at Casiplay’s site with a visual bang. The outstanding graphic design heralds a new age for online gambling sites. Our Casiplay review shows that this iGaming platform is more than just particularly beautiful – it also stands out due to its state-of-the-art VIP program for UK players. We also advise you to pay … Read more

Great Mixtapes of 1970s Japanese Jazz: 4 Hours of Funky, Groovy, Fusion-y Music

Like American jazz, Japanese jazz started with earlier styles like foxtrot and ragtime. Jazz was an international music, spreading across the Atlantic to London, Paris, and Berlin and across the Pacific to Shanghai, Manilla, and Tokyo. Luxury liners crossed the ocean and their house bands ferried new styles of dance music with them. “There was … Read more

Crown, defence expected to make closing arguments in Jacob Hoggard sex assault trial

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 27, 2022 6:31 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ TORONTO — Prosecutors and defence lawyers are expected to make their final pitch today to jurors hearing the sex assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard. Hoggard, 37, has pleaded … Read more

Maude Lewis painting traded for grilled cheeses sells for small fortune

Placeholder while article actions load Like clockwork, John Kinnear and his wife Audrey would go to the same restaurant each afternoon and sit at the table by the circular window. Kinnear would order only one thing: a grilled cheese sandwich. “I could not convince Mr. Kinnear to have anything else,” said Irene Demas, 69, who … Read more

The Most Surprising Symptoms Of A Migraine Attack

Many people have experienced a migraine attack and don’t know it ― likely because the signs aren’t always so obvious. “Only half of 40 million people in the U.S. who have migraines actually get diagnosed,” said Dr. Andrew Blumenfeld, a double board-certified neurologist and psychiatrist in San Diego. Some symptoms are obvious, like vision changes, … Read more

In Jewelry, the Glitter of Gold

You do not have to be a “jewelry person” to be drawn to shiny objects. According to scientists, it is human nature. One theory holds that our prehistoric ancestors developed this attraction as they searched for water sources in the wilderness. Today, when we see the flash of metal or the flicker of diamonds, it … Read more

‘Devastated’ Kevin Costner Honors Ray Liotta With Perfect ‘Field Of Dreams’ Tale

Film icon Kevin Costner paid tribute to “Field Of Dreams” costar Ray Liotta, who died on Thursday at the age of 67. As it turns out, one memorable moment in the beloved baseball film wasn’t planned. It just happened, and Costner’s reaction was genuine: Devastated to hear the news of Ray Liotta’s passing. While he … Read more

Bach Played Beautifully on the Baroque Lute, by Preeminent Lutenist Evangelina Mascardi

In the two videos here, see Argentine lutenist Evangelina Mascardi play passionate renditions of J.S. Bach compositions on the rich, resonant Baroque lute. In Bach’s time, lutenists were some of the most widely-admired instrumental players, and it’s easy to see why. The Baroque lute is not an easy instrument to play. Much less so were … Read more

Is Grass Court Video Proof Nick Kyrgios Will Take On Bernard Tomic In $2million Showdown?

Nick Kyrgios has been spotted training on a grass tennis court in Sydney in the wake of rival Bernard Tomic’s challenge to take part in a winner-takes-all showdown worth $2 million. Footage obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Australia shows Kyrgios having a hit at the Hunters Hill Tennis Club on the city’s lower north shore, which … Read more