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WILLIAM WILD - " Townsend "

William Wild’s self-titled debut is a dynamic synthesis of 60’s folk and 1970’s rock ’n’ roll. The band’s distinct blend of acoustic instrumentation, lush strings, heavy percussion, and dynamic vocal melodies evokes a nostalgic yet modern approach to folk rock. 146 more words


Capital One Cup Semi-Final second Leg: Sheffield United vs Spurs Match Preview

Following Spurs’ FA cup defeat at home to bottom of the league Leicester City at White Hart Lane this past Saturday, Mauricio Pochettino’s team will be looking to avoid another shock when they travel to Bramall Lane protecting a 1-0 advantage in this evening’s decisive game. 286 more words


Glass Half Full

Losing at home in the FA Cup Fourth Round is frustrating. On this we can all agree. For some time now I have been saying Pochettino should use width to break teams down at the Lane. 478 more words


Mary Eliza Perkins Townsend Death Notice Etc

More articles from the Sibley, Iowa local newspapers on the Townsend family.

Mary Eliza Townsend’s death notice from 1888, mentions her husband still living. And a couple of articles mentioning their children: Charles Nathaniel Townsend and Jennie E. 6 more words

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Fresh Idea: Philly Cooks Tasting Tours

This February Foobooz is introducing a short series of unique events: Philly Cooks Tasting Tours.  Imagine the classiest of crawls, in which you receive a short cooking or prep lesson, sample cuisine, and enjoy a drink pairing (in most cases) at three of the city’s most sought-after reservations.  78 more words


Indulge for Less: East Passyunk Restaurant Week

Center City’s Restaurant Week hasn’t even started yet, but it’s already time to start planning for East Passyunk Restaurant WeekWith exciting new restaurants on the list (including hot-tickets Townsend and Brigantessa and soon-to-be-opened P’unk Burger and Bing Bing), discounts at local shops, and drink specials to accompany your prix-fixe meal, this experience is not to be missed.   23 more words


Alafair Burke, "Missing Justice"

Within the lush neighborhood of wealthy landowners in Portland, Oregon, police officers and district attorney Samantha Kincaid mill around the house of surgeon Townsend Easterbrook. His wife, Clarissa, an administrative judge, took the dog, Griffey, for a walk and never came home. 449 more words