Monthly Archives: <span>May 2017</span>

Romelu Lukaku sets Everton record in three-goal romp over West Brom

Everton made light work of West Brom as Romelu Lukaku set a club record of 19 for Premier League goals in a season when making it 3-0 in the 82nd minute While the battle for seventh seems resolved, a skirmish for sixth is gaining intrigue. Everton are now seven points ahead of West Bromwich Albion Read more »

F1: Nico Rosberg wins dramatic Chinese Grand Prix to extend championship lead

Nico Rosberg finished 37 seconds ahead of Sebastian Vettel to win his sixth consecutive Grand Prix and extend his drivers championship lead as a dramatic race unfolded behind him Nico Rosberg extended his championship lead over Lewis Hamilton with a thumping victory in the Chinese Grand Prix. Hamilton, who started from last after his engine Read more »

Captain America: Civil War review an aspartame rush

Entertaining mayhem ensues when some of the Avengers reject government oversight following a botched operation Should the Avengers be nationalised? This is the explosively controversial idea that ignites a civil war among their ranks in this exciting superhero extravaganza. Its crazily surreal, engaging and funny in the best Marvel tradition, building to a whiplash-twist reveal Read more »

The Kids now adays ……are now Practicing Alchemy

Read more: Kareem MaizeHi my name is Kareem Maize and welcome to my personal blog. I am 26 year old musician and information technology professional with a passion for learning new aspects of life everyday. On my journey to express myself I began blogging to share my ideas with others. Now I intend to Read more »

Stephen Curry-less Warriors rampage into second round of NBA playoffs

The Golden State Warriors made light work of Houston while their were vital wins for the Hornets and Trail Blazers Klay Thompson knew Golden State had to come together, that every player needed to raise his game with Stephen Curry sidelined. None of us can do it alone, Thompson had insisted hours earlier. Thompson did Read more »

Remind me again who is Carly Fiorina?

Yesterday Ted Cruz named the former Hewlett-Packard CEO turned failed presidential candidate as his running mate. But what do we know about her? Yesterday Ted Cruz named Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO turned failed presidential candidate, as What if women talked like men in the workplace. Whats the deal with her personal life? Her Read more »

Bryce Dessner of The National: ‘The Grateful Dead are part of folklore’

The indie giants have made a five-disc covers compilation in honour of the Dead. Here their guitarist talks about their impact, how Sonic Youth were their natural successors and why theyre so much more than a jam band You wouldnt think it, but The National pursue on Day of the Dead (4AD), a five-disc tribute Read more »

Huge hospital overspend to be revealed – BBC News

Analysis: Is enough being spent by the NHS? Analysis: Mind the NHS financial black hole Financial problems ‘endemic in the NHS’ The figures account for about two-thirds of the entire 116bn health budget – they do not cover GPs, training budgets, public health budgets held by councils or any unspent money held by local health Read more »

Patients ‘could suffer’ as NHS trusts bust budgets – BBC News

“We have to rapidly regain control of NHS finances, otherwise we risk lengthening waiting times for patients, limiting their access to wider services and other reductions in the quality of patient care.” The NHS in England is already missing a series of key waiting time targets, including in A&E, cancer care and the ambulance service. Read more »

Here’s What People Are Saying About The New ‘Harry Potter’ Play

Be still, “Harry Potter” nerds. You might not be in London to take in J.K. Rowling’s new play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” (written by Jack Thorne and directed by John Tiffany), but thanks to the internet, you can get a taste of what a grown-up saga about Harry, Hermione and Ron looks like. Read more »