Sharkey’s sports bar ‘to bring something new to Southampton’

THERE IS something for everyone at Sharkey’s Sports Bar. This is what the popular bar’s director Rod Cake says ahead of its flagship opening in Southampton next month. Described as a premier sports venue, the bar, which already has a well-loved home in Bournemouth, is renowned for its large TV screens and the plethora of …

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Deontay Wilder is open for business and remains one of boxing’s hottest attractions in his post-Tyson Fury chapter | boxing news

Boxing prides itself on its sweet science. With its feinted fatts, its rattle-blind-finish jab melees, its ring IQ, its southpaw-orthodox alternating, its reliance on tempering ferocity with discipline. Fascination and fandom surrounding Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury stems partly from their mastery of such, some of which Anthony Joshua strived and struggled to mirror in …

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What Lia Thomas Could Mean for Women’s Elite Sports

ATLANTA — The women on the Princeton University swim team spoke of collective frustration edging into anger. They had watched Lia Thomas, a transgender woman who swam for the University of Pennsylvania, win meet after meet, beating Olympians and breaking records. On Jan. 9, the team met with Robin Harris, executive director of the Ivy …

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Turkish Occupation of Cyprus Destroys Christian Culture

05/28/2022 Cyprus (International Christian Concern) – The Turkish invasion of the island of Cyprus has led to the destruction of the ancient Christian and Cypriot culture. The NATO country has occupied the EU member island nation since 1974. Some 40,000 Turkish soldiers remain in the northern part of the country after Turkey established the Turkish …

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Weaving together culture and a colonialist past – University Times

Natural History Museum spotlights Pacific Islander tapa and woven mats Brightly patterned fabrics made of plant fiber – one with maroon and black leaves contrasting with a cream background, for instance – are used for clothes, bedding and wall hangings in some Pacific Islander cultures. Those fabrics, called tapa, and woven mats are on display …

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Belton families celebrate graduates with cultural traditions

Recent grads Charles Ilaoa and Taylor Hiile Quereto Medeiros received laws and smiles from loved ones after Belton High School’s graduation ceremony, Thursday. BELTON, Texas – Thousands of students have walked the graduation stage to receive diplomas and degrees in Central Texas this May, making themselves and their families proud. From cheers, to hugs and …

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Sadio Mane: Senegal forward hints at Liverpool stay as he promises ‘special’ answer over his future

Sadio Mane has scored 90 Premier League goals for Liverpool since joining them from Southampton in 2016 Sadio Mane says he will give a “special” answer over his Liverpool future after Saturday’s Champions League final against Real Madrid. Barcelona and Bayern Munich have both been linked with Mane, 30, who enters the final year of …

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