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Britney Announces Tour

It’s confirmed, the queen of pop is going on a world tour: and yes, that means there will be U.K. dates!

Following weeks of speculation, Britney took to her Instagram to share a video of her performing in Vegas, which announced her world tour. 83 more words

Celebrity

Five things I am looking forward to in the 2018 Cycling Season!

The 2018 cycling season is well and truly underway, the Southern Hemisphere have had their national championships and the Tour Down Under is underway.  The return of the cycling season is exciting, it means that before we know it the Spring Classics and Grand Tours will be upon us! 1,123 more words

Bike Blog

Tour Down Under: Liggett takes us back to the good old days

Stage 4: Norwood to Uraidla (128.2km)

After a bad news winter, what with all the speculation and the let down, Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under came prescribed to cycling fans like a tranquilizer. 552 more words

World Tour

Concert Review: Lady Gaga - Joanne World Tour at Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam

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Lady Gaga still on top of her game in Ziggo Dome
After having to postpone the European leg of her Joanne World Tour that was supposed to take place back in October, Lady Gaga finally returned to the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on Saturday night. 1,378 more words

Pop

Montezuma

As I waited at the border the minutes bled into hours. I had perfected my disinterested border zen but this time I had a deadline looming; my hotel check-in was closing at 8pm. 787 more words

Travel

Shocks Come in Melbourne Open

MELBOURNE – Chinese wheelchair tennis player, Ziying Wang has stunned the world number two Diede de Groot as she knocked de Groot out of the ITF 1 Melbourne Open in the quarterfinals on Wednesday afternoon at the Hume Tennis and Community Centre. 309 more words

Wheelchair Tennis

The Grandmaster

As soon as I got to my hotel, I launched myself out onto the streets. My brother always told me, “The best way to get to know a new city is by walking around and getting lost.” I didn’t even take the time to Google ‘Belize City’; if I had, I would have learned that Belize used to be a colony of Britain and was called British Honduras – or I would have seen the endless warnings to get the hell out of there. 627 more words

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