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New Music: VA's Parkway Taps Divine Council Producer Lord Fubu For "Every Night"

As he continues his onslaught of quick-strike releases, Northern Virginia rap staple Parkway drops off a brand new track titled “Every Night.” Produced by Lord Fubu, known for his instrumental work with André 3000 championed collective Divine Council, the song features Parkway’s signature swag raps and includes a clever flip of Superman’s call tag. 29 more words

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Parkway's winning run comes to an end

It was another interesting weekend in the South West Peninsula League Premier Division on Friday and Saturday, with 18 of the 20 clubs in action. Despite a relatively low 22 goals being scored over the nine games, there were still plenty of talking points across the division. 843 more words

SWPL

Parkway and Tavistock maintain unbeaten starts

Plymouth Parkway took advantage of a Plymouth Argyle slip-up to extend their lead at the top of the South West Peninsula League at the weekend. Third-placed Tavistock kept their unbeaten run intact while Saltash United returned to the top four. 710 more words

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MASALA ZONE: REVIEW AND AN OFFER

Masala Zone on Parkway, Camden Town, is a glamorous, charming and fun Indian  restaurant, offering a chic and interesting menu at very reasonable prices. Scroll down for their generous offer for iLPH readers. 450 more words

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Peaks of Otter long shot

This long shot of the peaks of otter, on the blue ridge parkway in Bedford, Va, shows both peaks, Sharp Top in the center, and Flat Top slighlty to the left. 37 more words

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The Great Valley

The Great Valley is a vast corridor that runs through several states. Bordered on both sides by mountains, this section is a view from the Blue Ridge Parkway between the Virginia city of Roanoke and the town of Bedford. 28 more words

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Quarter Mile Bridge

This bridge, which spans the Roanoke River via the Blue Ridge Parkway, is also known as suicide bridge in some circles. Several deaths have taken place here over the years, and even the local native tribes that once lived here referred to the place as “blood river.” Walking across this bridge does give one a strange sense.

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