Video PUBLISHED: 06:00 10 February 2019 Stuart Watson Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers celebrates his late goal at Norwich City last season. Photo: Pagepix Pagepix Ltd.07976 935738 Ipswich Town take on Norwich City, at Carrow Road, in the second East Anglian derby of the season this afternoon (12pm ko). STUART WATSON previews the action. Dean Gerken is beaten by Moritz Leitner's equaliser in the 1-1 draw at Portman Road last September. Photo: Steve WallerIpswich Town manager Paul Lambert wants his team to play with ‘controlled aggression’ in tomorrow lunchtime’s East Anglian derby.The Blues boss says he is relishing the prospect of a hostile reception on his return to the club he led from League One to a mid-table Premier League finish.That is just one major sub-plot for what, going into the weekend, was a top-versus-bottom Championship clash.There may be a 39-point chasm between the sides, but Lambert – whose team have … [Read more...] about ‘I’m just going to go for it’ – Lambert’s game plan for the East Anglian derby
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Some Hollywood couples like to vacation together and ring in the holidays with each other. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively recently supported friends Emily Blunt and John Krasinski at the premiere of their movie “A Quiet Place.” Other couples like Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth and Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso have been friends for years. Here are 10 sets of celebrity couples you might not know were friends. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds and Emily Blunt and John Krasinski regularly have double dates. Lively and Blunt are friends separately, and the two went to Michael Kors’ fall-winter 2018 fashion show together in February. But the friendship extends to their spouses as well. Reynolds and Lively showed up to the premiere of Krasinski and Blunt’s “A Quiet Place” to support the couple’s latest movie. This was their second time spotted out together in recent weeks. After seeing the movie, Reynolds called Blunt and Krasinski his “new … [Read more...] about 10 pairs of celebrity couples you didn’t know were close friends
For all the people that find love on “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette,” there are many others that don’t. However, just because contestants don’t live happily ever after with that season’s Bachelor or Bachelorette doesn’t mean things don’t work out in other ways. In fact, being on “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette” oftentimes propels contestants into social circles or spotlight that allows them to make connections with celebrities. There have been a few celebrities who have dated members of the bachelor franchise. People go on “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette” to find love, but sometimes that doesn’t happen. Instead, they sometimes make a love match with celebrities that we already know. From full-on confirmed relationships to rumours, we have rounded up all the “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette”contestants who have been involved with a celebrity. … [Read more...] about 8 people from the ‘Bachelor’ franchise who have been linked to celebrities
Jan 14, 3:45 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Danny Vena 01/14/19 AT 3:44 AM In what has become something of an annual tradition, Disney (NYSE:DIS) is making it more expensive to visit its Disneyland theme park in California. The company announced that it will be raising the average ticket price by about 7%, though the increase will vary with the type of ticket. This follows similar price hikes at the Walt Disney World resort in Florida that went into effect in October.It was just a year ago that the House of Mouse increased prices to its theme parks by up to 18%, while parking fees jumped by about 10%.Let's take a look at the latest round of increases and what's behind them to see if Disney is going too far.The magic's gonna cost youDisney announced that it will be increasing prices on its single-day, multiday, and annual passes for Disneyland and the neighboring … [Read more...] about Is Disney Going Too Far With Its Latest Price Increases?
The year was 1906, and there was no rodeo in sight. In the inaugural year of the National Western Stock Show, any display of roping and riding skill was still 25 years away. There was no food court hocking giant turkey legs, either. Back then all the action happened in the stockyards, where ranchers and buyers sized up beef cattle, bid on train car loads of the prized animals and struck deals. The first permanent structure built for the show, the now-historic Stadium Arena, didn’t open until 1909. Nowadays, the stock show is a multifaceted entertainment experience. It offers rodeos, music and dancer performances, a trade show with room for 900 vendors and, of course, food courts hocking giant turkey legs. Showgoers can spend days at the National Western Center and never go near a pen full of Hereford cattle. National Western organizers are putting special emphasis on the stock show’s core purpose in 2019, dubbing it the “Year of the Yards.” Big changes … [Read more...] about National Western Stock Show celebrates “Year of Yards” as big changes loom for Denver institution