Louisville, home to the Kentucky Derby, is a small city of just over half a million people. Pap John’s Pizza and Yum Brands, the parent company of A KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, both make Louisville their corporate home so it is not surprising that that this city on the Ohio River has 1,089 restaurants. That makes for 510 people per restaurant..
Murray State College Student Government Association in conjunction with the MSC Agriculture Department will have a Haunted Hayride on Thursday and Friday. The ride will begin at the softball complex and proceed past the airport and return back to the complex. And last until midnight.
“I had a long conversation with the mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah. [Ralph Becker] and I have known each other for the past couple of years, and one of the things they are trying to do is pull together a performing arts center. And they are looking at the model we used, here in Durham, to try and make that happen.”.
We don’t know when Pang trained his sights on acquiring hush, we only know, from talking to Rock and Reyes, and reading court papers, that Pang became a frequent flyer at hush, and at some point prior to September, 2008, he offered Rock and Reyes a sum of money for it. They declined. Pang then acquired the building in which the restaurant is located, apparently figuring that owning the hush property would give him a leg up in becoming an upscale restaurateur.
A lot of people would play football at OU and use it as a ticket to go elsewhere. He came back to Ada. Is it any wonder why so many people liked him?” They came out in force Thursday. Reigning Queen of Sweets, Dylan Lauren (daughter of Ralph Lauren) has built a growing empire of sweet shops. Dylan Candy Bar launched in 2001 melding the worlds of art, pop culture and fashion with candy. The flagship store at 1011 Third Avenue in NYC was expanded in 2008, making it the largest candy emporium on the planet.
She knows her past may be scrutinized. She told The Post she has numerous traffic infractions over the years and two felony arrests. She was arrested when she was 17 for breaking into a school and got probation. The most memorable experiences of his career include the first night he ever performed for a sold out Massey Hall in Toronto.”My father was in the front row and he’d never heard me play before because we were estranged,” said McLauchalan. “We figured out after that night that basically everything was okay.”In 1993 McLauchlan was appointed to the Order of Canada by the Governor General at the time, Ray Hnatyshyn another career highlight.”I was over the moon about it and it was a great honour,” said McLauchlan, remembering the day he received the pin. “It was a very validating experience (and) I felt like I’d made some kind of contribution that was better than just flogging away on the guitar.”McLauchlan said patrons to his show at the MacLab can expect an evening of music and story telling.”The stories that I tell almost become a part of the song because the object is to deepen a person’s understanding of why (the song) came to be,” he said.He will be joined by bassist Dennis Pendrith, accompanist for the performance.”I’ll be moving around from piano to guitar and singing songs that people will certainly know and remember, whether it’s Whispering Rain, Down by the Henry Moor or Farmer’s Song,” he said.The free reception is co sponsored by Leduc’s Downtown Progress Association (DPA) and Sobey’s.Tickets for the show are available from members of the DPA, the Leduc Recreation Centre and through Tix on the Square, (780) 420 1757.