Liberia’s first entertainment complex opens with added value

first_imgTruly a story of Destiny in the making! Introducing Liberia’s first upscale entertainment complex that is packaged for the entire family unlike anything you have seen in Liberia. The Destiny Entertainment Complex is opening just in time for the holiday celebrations for all Liberians to enjoy. What makes it even more special is that it is 100% Liberian owned with the investment being made singlehandedly with no local bank loan whatsoever showing the owner’s commitment and trust in Liberia at this present time as most Liberians are packing their bags or going slow owing to the upcoming presidential and general elections coming up in 2017. According to Marie Morgan-Luyken, who is the proprietress and owner of this establishment, Destiny is to make a difference with something special to offer for all and will be unique to our diverse community. The Complex has over 50 working staff and is adding more, making them a serious investment brand in Liberia.Destiny Entertainment Complex is located on the Capitol bye-pass by the old Health Ministry, now the Ministry of Gender, and is situated on over 2 acres of land. The Complex can be value at over US$2 million in investment capital with more value being added as the management wishes to get international status and a brand that transcends beyond the borders of Liberia, as the venue will be used as a platform for the showcasing of Liberian arts and craft as well as talents from all walks of life.“Destiny offers a comprehensive entertainment facility for the entire family while featuring a broad spectrum of community events designed to build and strengthen the Liberian economy and communities while promoting the arts. Destiny will provide Liberians an outlet for daily entertainment in addition to featured events that will promote growth in individuals and communities. The facilities include: 10 movie theaters, with two having SD features; a pool hall, bingo gaming; 3 restaurants and food court; private suites; outdoor café; night club and lounge with an ice cream parlor, plus more. The Complex is ideal for live concerts with a space that can take up to 2,000 plus persons, and is unique for weddings, parties, etc.Destiny will play host to a series of activities on a daily basis with activities that shall include educational and entertaining films and documentaries; dance classes for children and adults; group fitness classes; painting workshops; outdoor festivals and gigs; and with added events like fashion shows, talent shows, bodybuilding contests, poetry nights, comedy nights, date nights, ladies nights with top DJ’s and entertainers as special guests, local and international. The grand opening kicks off on Friday, October 28, with a VIP event including the general public, and will continue up until Sunday, with a carnival for the entire family. The roll out continues on a daily basis.Concluding, Madam Luyken said that her love for Liberia while growing up is the reason she has returned to help to add value by building an institution that will be family friendly as this is the whole purpose of Destiny Entertainment Complex. She looks forward to Liberian and foreign resident patronage as she can assure all of a high level of customer service coupled with an atmosphere that will be safe and conducive for all.So, the red carpet are being rolled out, the cameras are on ready to flash, and it is time to check out Liberia’s First Entertainment Complex….Destiny Entertainment Complex.Grand Opening EventFriday 28: Club Night – DJ TK Lamour & Gangsta DJ: Happy Hour 9pm-11pmSaturday 29: Club Night: DJ TK Lamour & Gangsta DJ- Ladies free until 11pmSunday 30: Day Carnival – Bring the whole family for music, matineemovie and food special Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Rep. Ricks Toweh Joins Liberty Party

first_imgRep. Ricks Toweh, District # 6, Nimba CountyRepresentative Ricks Toweh of Nimba County Electoral District # 6 has joined the opposition Liberty Party (LP).Rep. Toweh made the declaration in Saclapea City over the weekend when the standard bearer of Liberty Party, Cllr. Charles Brumskine, chose Mr. Harrison Kanwea as his presidential running mate for the October elections.Rep. Toweh in his remarks said the Liberty Party has been asking him to join the party as far back as 2005, before he got into politics.“Now that I have tested politics, I think it is now time that I join the Liberty Party and am therefore pledging my support to the party along with my supporters,” he said.Meanwhile, his critics say that Toweh joining the Liberty Party would not make a difference on the county’s political landscape, as he is unpopular in his district and the county at large.Many District # 6 citizens are demanding proof of Toweh’s impact in their district, especially when it comes to spending the funds allotted for the district from the 53rd Legislature of Liberia.In his remarks, Rep. Toweh boasted of joining the party with about 500 supporters, a number critics are doubtful of.It may be recalled that Rep. Ricks Toweh ran on the ticket of the now defunct National Union of Democratic Progress of Senator Prince Johnson. After the party fell apart, Rep. Toweh’s status in terms of party connections, remained in limbo until Saturday, March 18, 2017, when he finally found a political home in the LP.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Trackers and Female U18 Tier 1 Midget teams hosting training camps

first_imgTAYLOR, B.C. – The Northeast BC/Yukon Trackers will be hosting their first training camp this weekend at the Taylor and District Ice Centre. The camp will be the first on-ice session with new head coach David Johnston, who was announced as the club’s new head coach two weeks ago.In conjunction with the Trackers camp, the as-yet unnamed Peace Region U18 Female Tier 1 team will also be hosting tryouts in Taylor. Head coach Jason Stark says that the team will be playing in tournaments throughout the region after overwhelming positive support for a higher-tier female hockey team was received by the Peace River District Minor Hockey Association.The Trackers’ camp begins on Friday evening with registration at 5:00 p.m. before the players hit the ice from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.- Advertisement -Both teams hit the ice on Saturday and Sunday. For more information and for ice times, visit the Fort St. John Minor Hockey Association’s website.last_img read more

January edition of the Taylor Times

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Robben retires after Dutch World Cup failure

first_img0Shares0000Arjen Robben has retired from international football after 14 years with the Netherlands.PHOTO/Sky SportsLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 11 – Arjen Robben announced his retirement from the Netherlands after his two goals against Sweden were not enough for the Dutch to qualify for the World Cup.The former Chelsea and Real Madrid winger, 33, steered his side to a 2-0 win against Sweden on Tuesday in what proved to be his final international appearance as they missed out on a play-off place. The Netherlands needed to win by seven goals to have the chance to reach next year’s World Cup in Russia.“I wanted to show one more time all the things that I can do,” Robben said after the game.Robben scored 37 times in 96 appearances for the Netherlands and was part of a talented generation that reached the 2010 World Cup final where they lost 1-0 to Spain after extra-time.The Dutch also progressed to the last four at the 2014 finals before losing to Argentina on penalties.“Fourteen years, it’s beautiful, magnificent even,” said Robben, who made his international debut against Portugal in April 2003.“I will always remember the 2010 World Cup and 2014. Those are my best memories. During those two competitions we formed a real team.”Robben, who has had plenty of injury problems over the years, was quoted by vi.nl as saying: “The man of glass has lasted the longest.”The Bayern Munich midfielder added: “I’ve been thinking about it (international retirement) for a long time.“I have already considered it for a while, but then I went on. I wanted to finish this qualification.“I’m 33 years old now. I’m playing at a top club in Europe and I want to concentrate on it now. It’s also a good time to hand over the baton.“I still feel very good and want to be at the top as long as possible.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Transfer Rumours and Paper Review – Monday, April 13

first_imgHere are the top transfer tales from Monday morning…Inter Milan’s former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is set to try to sign three players from his old club in the summer, with midfielders Samir Nasri, 27, Yaya Toure, 31, and James Milner, 29, on his wanted list. (Daily Mail) West Ham are reportedly preparing to offer £10m for Arsenal’s Carl Jenkinson, 23, and beat Liverpool to the right back’s signature. (Daily Star) Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has agreed to finance a £10m bid to sign QPR striker Charlie Austin, 25. (The Sun) Chelsea are ready to make a move for Atletico Madrid’s Brazilian defender Miranda, 30, who has a year left on his contract and could be available for a cut-price fee. (The Mirror) Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes his old club must resist any bids to take goalkeeper David De Gea, 24, away from Old Trafford this summer. (Sky Sports) Arsenal believe they have sealed a £4.5m move for 16-year-old Argentinean striker Maxi Romero from Velez Sarsfield. (The Mirror) And here are the latest transfer spotlights from talksport.com…Transfer Spotlight: Chelsea look to beat Man City to sign Brazilian starlet NathanTransfer Spotlight: ‘New Arjen Robben’ on Manchester United’s radarlast_img read more

Five important games for Man United in the new season

first_img 4) Manchester City v Man United (derby revenge): 19/03/15 – Click the arrow above, right, to see four other exciting Man United games next season – City won at the Etihad last November where Chris Smalling was sent off before half-time and Marcos Rojo was stretchered off. Here, though, a March showdown could prove pivotal in the title run in. 5) West Ham v Man United (banana skin?) 23/04/15 – April represents a couple of tough away trips, all of which the club must win should Van Gaal’s men find themselves in the title mix come the end of the month. Tottenham (9 April) and West Ham are sandwiched between visits from Everton (2 April), Aston Villa (16 April) and Leicester (30 April). Get through those and United finish the season with Norwich away and Bournemouth at home. 1) Man United v Newcastle (Champions League distraction): 22/08/15 – Click the arrow above, right, to see four other exciting Man United games next season. – The new Premier League fixtures have been released, but before the end of August Man United face a potential tricky home tie against Newcastle. Having finished fourth last season, the Red Devils face a play-off match to reach the Champions League, the second leg of which comes just three days after the visit of the Magpies, who have a new coach in Steve McClaren. The players will know they cannot afford any early slip ups. 5 5 3) Man United v Chelsea (end of a tough December): 28/12/15 – Click the arrow above, right, to see four other exciting Man United games next season – The home game against Chelsea comes at the end of a busy festive period, which begins with West Ham at home, Bournemouth away, Norwich at home and then the visit of Jose Mourinho’s champions. Three points against the Blues after a gruelling month would be a nice way to end the year. A chance to avenge the narrow 1-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge comes in early part of the new year when they travel to south west London on 6 February. 5 5 5 2) Man United v Liverpool (The first big test): 12/09/15 – Click the arrow above, right, to see four other exciting Man United games next season – United enjoyed a double against north west rivals Liverpool last season and it is the Reds who pose an early test. Many pundits expect Brendan Rodgers’ side to fare better next term with the two rivals expected to again battle one another for a place in the top four. It doesn’t begin until August, but the new season’s fixtures have been released.Here, talkSPORT looks at Man United’s five best games as they look to reclaim their crown as England’s best team.Louis van Gaal successfully guided United back into the Champions League and will be expected to go further in his second season in charge.For the full fixture list, click here and let us know which game you’re looking to most.We’re sorry if your team got Bournemouth away in winter…last_img read more

Vintage Video: ‘It’s a goal!’ The crazy decision that infuriated every England fan

first_imgFive years ago this weekend, Frank Lampard’s wonder strike against Germany beat Manuel Neuer, rattled off the crossbar and flew past the line into the goal. 2-2 in Bloemfontein, game on.BUT, Uruguayan referee Jorge Larrionda continued play as the German goalkeeper picked the ball up, as if nothing had happened.In the end, two goals from Thomas Muller, and goals from Miroslav Klose and Lukas Podolski saw Germany win the game 4-1 with Matt Upson scoring England’s only goal.The defeat was the Three Lions’ biggest in a World Cup and saw Fabio Cappello’s side knocked out of the World Cup in the last 16 knock out stage, but don’t remind Mark Saggers…last_img read more

Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool can land psychological blow with win at Arsenal

first_img Brendan Rodgers Liverpool can land a psychological blow on Barclays Premier League rivals Arsenal with victory at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night, according to manager Brendan Rodgers.The Reds travel to the capital for an early meeting with another side who have top-four aspirations this season aiming to continue their bright start after back-to-back 1-0 victories over Stoke and Bournemouth.Rodgers admits the result is unlikely to have too much impact on the final standings at this stage, yet appreciates an away win over Arsene Wenger’s men can greatly enhance the confidence among his group.“You’re playing one of the rivals that you’re hoping to be competing with at the top end of the table; these games are important,” Rodgers acknowledged.“They don’t give the full picture in terms of how it will finish up – you can draw or lose these games and still go on and achieve what you want to achieve. Of course it’s for the confidence and psychologically they are important.“No matter when these games come in the season they are always good for the psychological effect.“We’ve got a tough game away from home but we’ll arrive into the game with confidence. We know they’re an outstanding group of players and some quality individual players but there’s a real focus in this group for this season, a real toughness, mentally.“We know that we’ve got that ability to scrap and fight to get a result as well as play good football. If we can go there and perform like we think we can and keep to our game-plan we’re confident we can get a result.”In studying Arsenal’s recent home defeats, Rodgers has discovered his side may not necessarily need to match their opponents in the ball-retention stakes to prosper.Both sides have earned plaudits for being aesthetically pleasing under their current managers but Rodgers will be happy to cede possession to the hosts if it means they follow West Ham in taking three points at Arsenal this month.“If you assess Arsenal’s last 10 games they’ve lost at home, the teams that have won, it’s been about dangerous possession,” Rodgers noted.“The teams that have been there have only averaged about four shots on target, with 43% possession. It tells you that you can go there and you don’t need to dominate the ball, but you can dominate the space and that’s something that is important when you go away.“For us, tactically, we’ll arrive into the game in a good mind of how we can win it. Like Arsenal, we do like to dominate the ball, but there are certain games where tactically you look at the approach of what is going to get you the result. That’s something we’ve done and been working on this week.” 1last_img read more

Premier League top scorer signs new contract

first_imgLeicester City forward Jamie Vardy has signed a new contract with the Premier League leaders. The England striker’s new deal keeps him at the King Power until 2019 and it comes off the back of a red-hot 2015/16. Sheffield-born Vardy has netted 18 goals for the Foxes this season, as they have taken the Premier League by storm and they lead with just 13 games to go. The most recent victory in the club’s incredible rise – after avoiding relegation last season – came on Saturday afternoon as Claudio Ranieri’s men beat Man City 3-1 at the Etihad. Vardy has broken into the England squad, winning four caps, and is in line to be included in Roy Hodgson’s Euro 2016 squad this summer. He also set a new Premier League record when he scored in 11 straight games earlier in the season.Vardy, 29, told Leicester’s official website:”I’m absolutely delighted to be fighting to achieve something special with this club, as part of this squad.“I’ve never known a spirit like it – from the owners, to the manager and his staff, the players and the fans. I want to be part of it for a long time. “Leicester City have shown nothing but total faith in me since the day I arrived here three and a half years ago and it’s impossible to measure how much that belief has helped me to improve. I’ll forever be grateful for the investment the Club has made in me and I’ll spend every day working to repay it.”This time last year the club were at the bottom of the league having lost to Crystal Palace and Vardy had just one goal to his name. He has flourished since Ranieri came in and the Italian boss commented: “Jamie is a fighter. He has had an unbelievable journey to get to this point in his career and continues to play every game as if it’s his last.“I love his spirit, which is a quality I want in my players above all else. “He has shown what a fantastic player he is and, more importantly, he is part of a fantastic group. I am very happy that he will stay with us for a long time.”Vardy joined Leicester in 2012 for £1million from Fleetwood Town and he had previously played non-league football.Since arriving in East Midlands, he has scored 44 goals in 132 appearances. Jamie Vardy 1last_img read more