These boys know a thing or two about good curry, and the family are still at the helm of The Taj in Prestwick. Here’s Jagtar Singh, left, and Gurdish Singh Uppal in November 1994. The family has spent many months transforming the place this year and it's all set to re-open as a modern bar restaurant. … [Read more...] about Taj flashback: Curry kings’ glory days
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In Psalm 24, we're asked a question, "Who is the King of Glory?", and then the writer of that chapter answers the question for us. He tells us, "He is the Lord, strong and mighty. . . the Lord, mighty in battle". Yet, for the most part, most of us still do not know Who He is. Mainly because we haven't spent time with Him, or because we've not given ourselves over to Him.Yet, look at His first 12 disciples; the ones who later became known as the Apostles. They were thought to be His "inner circle". They walked with Jesus for the three years He ministered on this earth. They ate with Him, slept where He slept, and were taught by Him on a one-on-one basis daily. Every time they spoke His name out loud, they spoke into reality the meaning of His name, "Jehovah is our Salvation". They saw Him work miracle after miracle. They watched as He healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, raised the dead, and fed the multitudes with little or nothing at least twice. Yet when He stood in … [Read more...] about Who Is This King of Glory?
Marcos Bretón Marcos Bretón If you love Sacramento and the Kings, then you love Jerry Reynolds By Marcos Bretón ORDER REPRINT → February 09, 2019 01:03 PM Jerry Reynolds through the years during his career with the Sacramento Kings Jerry Reynolds will step down after the Sacramento Kings game Wednesday, April 11, 2018, as the team's color analyst for television broadcasts. Photos by the Sacramento Bee. Music by Kevin MacLeod. By Up Next × SHARE Jerry Reynolds will step down after the Sacramento Kings game Wednesday, April 11, 2018, as the team's color analyst for television broadcasts. Photos by the Sacramento Bee. Music by Kevin MacLeod. By We were waiting for a mid-December Sacramento Kings game and saw the the lower level concourse at Golden 1 Center suddenly resemble a giddy courtyard at Disneyland. Fans were waiting in line to have their pictures taken, but … [Read more...] about If you love Sacramento and the Kings, then you love Jerry Reynolds
On July 25, 2018, Alpha King Real Estate Development was officially launched in Vietnam, making the country its strategic market in the long term. Jimmy Chan, CEO of Alpha King shares the view of changing the city skyline Two Alpha King projects located in District 1 are the Grade A office building Alpha Town and the integrated development Alpha City, including Alpha Mall and the luxury residential building Alpha Hill, will be launched in September 2018. The ceremony was held at Independence Palace, a historic building of Vietnam, with over 300 guests from Vietnam and other countries, including reputable real estate experts, foreign investors, as well as Vietnamese influencers in design, architecture, and arts, such as Ngo Thanh Van, Trong Hieu, Sy Hoang, and Dung Yoko. The event was held under the theme “Redefining the city’s skyline” with 3600, 3D visual and lighting effects inside a dome. Through the historic location and high-technology theme, … [Read more...] about Alpha King—international real estate developer officially launched in Vietnam
PUBLISHED: 17:00 01 January 2019 | UPDATED: 17:00 01 January 2019 King's Lynn Town players applaud the away support after winning 4-1 at Needham Market Picture: BEN POOLEY Archant King’s Lynn Town welcomed in 2019 with a 4-1 mauling of fellow Southern Central Premier play-off hopefuls Needham Market. King's Lynn's Michael Clunan runs at the Needham defence Picture: BEN POOLEYTwo goals by Craig Parker and one each for Adam Marriott Rory McAuley meant it was game over at half-time.Lynn were two goals up after less than quarter of an hour and although Needham pulled one back through Adam Mills, Lynn slammed in another two.Mills didn’t help his team’s cause when he was sent off in first-half injury time, but by then it hardly mattered, as Lynn, who have a distinct lack of bodies in their ranks, saw out the second half without any dramas.From kick-off it was clear Lynn meant business, with left-back Frazer Blake-Tracey swinging in a first-time cross which former … [Read more...] about How’s that for starters? New Year’s Day stunner from King’s Lynn Town