primark is launching a huge range of harry potter merch next week
The developer who plans to build a $1.75 billion gambling resort in Everett displays three painted portraits on the wall of his home office at the Wynn and Encore resort in Las Vegas. The first is by French master Henri Matisse; the second, a breathtaking, fire red Picasso depicting the artist’s mistress, Dora Maar. It is one of Wynn’s favorite paintings.
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There are quite a few questions that we still need some clarification on, which is why the governor wanted to look at this very cautiously and carefully. The Medicaid front, current rules crafted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services would leave some of Idaho most impoverished residents in a kind of no man land with respect to the law, if the state opts out of the expansion. StateImpact Idaho reported last week on that aspect of the questions facing state leaders..
Everyone finds out he started the rumours and none of our mutual friends want anything to do with him. Creep is freaking out, trying to contact my friends and my gf. Gf says she wants to hear what Creep has to say first before she cuts ties completely, she invites him over to a party and he high and crazy aggressive.
Tons of repeats and safe songs. Very little teasing and seguing. Nothing really out of the ordinary. It’s not just that Phantogram’s first album, Eyelid Movies, is one of the most auspicious debuts of the year. It’s that the duo of Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel have made a kind of electronic based pop that has recognizably dark echoes from the past ‘n’ grind beats from Detroit, the drugged out sparkle of psych rock, the creepy cradle lullabies of Portishead into a cumulatively uplifting, soulful experience. The opening scriddle squeak synth of “Mouthful of Diamonds” gives way to a warm and generous guitar pattern, circling around the listener like an embrace, while Barthel’s vocals move from an exhortation of “wake up” to the whispered lament of the chorus..