By Lidia Ryan Updated 8:00 am CDT, Friday, May 24, 2019 Mark Ruffalo was was seen dining at Bohemian Pizza in Litchfield on May 23, 2019. Mark Ruffalo was was seen dining at Bohemian Pizza in Litchfield on May 23, 2019. Photo: Jordan Strauss Photo: Jordan Strauss Image 1 of / 62 Caption Close Image 1 of 62 Mark Ruffalo was was seen dining at Bohemian Pizza in Litchfield on May 23, 2019. Mark Ruffalo was was seen dining at Bohemian Pizza in Litchfield on May 23, 2019. Photo: Jordan Strauss Actor Mark Ruffalo spotted eating pizza in CT 1 / 62 Back to Gallery Hulk was hungry last night. Actor Mark Ruffalo, who plays the green superhero in the Avengers movies, was seen dining at … [Read more...] about Actor Mark Ruffalo spotted eating pizza in CT
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Gallery Man Cave Norwich Credit: Gail D-almaine Gail D'Almaine From pool tables to pizza platters, the Man Cave has become a popular entertainment venue in the city and, despite the name, women are welcome too. Man Cave Norwich Credit: Gail D-almaineThe Man Cave began as Suburban Golf in the Guardian Road Industrial Estate to the west of the city centre four years ago.Owner Brad Jordan, 42, originally from Manchester, changed the name two years ago as it "made people click on it on social media". The one-stop party venue now boasts golf and driving simulators, pool, darts, table tennis, table football, Scalextric track, putting green and a retro arcade machine with 4,000 classic games.It is available for private hire in three hour slots with party hosts and also includes free beer, cider and wine and a Papa Johns pizza platter. Man Cave Norwich Credit: Gail D-almaineMr Jordan, who is a professional golfer and has lived in the city for almost ten years, insists the name … [Read more...] about Have you ever visited Norwich’s Man Cave?
Henry Payne The Detroit News Published 9:10 AM EDT Apr 16, 2019 New York — Cadillac is shaking up its luxury sedan lineup by taking its mid-size car down market. General Motors Co.'s luxury brand is replacing its CTS sedan with a similarly sized compact car aimed squarely at the German trio of BMW 3-Series, Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4. Badged the CT5, the new Caddy was unveiled Tuesday ahead of its appearance at this week’s New York auto show. Pricing will likely be thousands of dollars less than the current CTS while retaining its mid-sized proportions and adding exotic technologies like the Super Cruise limited hands-free driving system also found on Cadillac’s large CT6 sedan. With all-new skin, interior and engines, the 2020 Cadillac CT5 marks a bold re-positioning of GM’s luxury maker to take on its compact German competition with a bigger, more luxurious car than the current ATS. The ATS replacement expected later this … [Read more...] about GM replaces CTS with compact CT5
PUBLISHED: 19:39 04 February 2019 | UPDATED: 19:40 04 February 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Let's celebrate Norfolk's independent pizza restaurants on National Pizza Day 2019 Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto www.sebatataru.ro It’s National Pizza Day on February. Spread the love for some of Norfolk’s best independent pizzerias. 1. Brick PizzaWhere: 39 Market Place, Norwich, and pop-ups at Redwell Brewery on weekendsPrice: From £5 to £12A cool, casual restaurant where bookings aren’t taken. It’s popular (and pretty small) so you might have to queue at busy times, but it’s worth it. These pizzas are super fresh, crafted with homemade dough and come to the table (in the box) all charred at the edges, their toppings bubbling lava-like on top.You’ve got all the classics, plus specials such as The Cheeky, named for its topping of guanciale – cured pig’s cheek used in authentic Roman carbonara. If you … [Read more...] about Melty, yummy, locally made gourmet pizzas
Gallery PUBLISHED: 06:30 22 January 2019 Sarah Ravencroft Year 2 at Hethersett Old Hall School have been learning how to build circuits. Photo: Hethersett Old Hall School Hethersett Old Hall School It’s been another busy week in schools across the county and we’ve had lots of brilliant photos submitted for our School Report. Attleborough Academy students rehearsing The Cursed Child. Balancing scripts on their head as a warm up developed into fabulous stage action which they analysed afterwards. Photo: Attleborough AcademyStudents at St William’s Primary School have been trying foods from different countries as part of the school’s annual Food Festival. Norwich Lower School’s Year 1 pupils have been to Pizza Express to try some unusual and spicy ingredients. Meanwhile, older pupils at Norwich School have been investigating the explosive properties of hydrogen at the school’s lunchtime science club. Fun has been … [Read more...] about Cricket success, science experiements and pizza