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We All Stand Together Pt 2

I released on Monday 16th April 2018 part one of my experiences in the set up and the first two panels of Edinburgh Comic Con.  I am now going to continue my review and hope it is as interesting to read for all. 774 more words

Artists

Dock Square Garage Redevelopment Must Add Shops

This is the text of the letter I sent on April 9, 2018 to Michael Rooney, Senior Project Manager, Boston Planning and Development Agency regarding the Dock Square Garage redevelopment project. 888 more words

Planning

Local Businesses Devastated by Haymarket Road and Sidewalk Improvements

Lincoln NE (SN) – Renovations to the Haymarket are now underway as construction crews have started replacing the historical buffalo brick roads and sidewalks with modern concrete at various intersections in the area. 338 more words

Lincoln

Ho Jiak - Haymarket

Located close to Chinatown and Paddy’s Market, Ho Jiak Haymarket is famous for their Malaysian grill and Nyonya (peranakan) food.
I heard a lot about Ho Jiak Haymarket and was really intrigued to see what the fuss is all about. 449 more words
Restaurant

Review: Noël Coward's Brief Encounter @ Empire Cinemas, Haymarket

(photo: Steve Tanner)

After recently experiencing the wonder that is The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk (Kneehigh’s latest show; now on tour), I was very excited to see the revival of the company’s 2008 hit, … 613 more words

Culture

Van crashes into Hallett Cove home

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Adelaide

Between seasons

Today J and I took the T into Boston, where we had lunch at Quincy Market then walked the Greenway to Chinatown, through Chinatown to Boston Common and the Public Garden, then through the Public Garden and down Newbury Street to Mass Ave, where we caught the T for home. 324 more words

Boston