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New Ship: American Countess

? New Ship: American Countess In March of 2021, our friends at the American Queen Steamboat Company christened their newest ship, the American Countess. Interestingly, the ship was built using the existing hull of the Kanesville Queen, a former gaming vessel built in 1995. The American Countess was cut in two as part of her planned lengthening, with the addition of a 60-foot mid-body section. Before we get started, you should know that the American Queen Steamboat Company is on the list o...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Mississippi, Kentucky, America, Queen, New Orleans, Memphis, Countess, American Queen Steamboat Company, Roaming Boomers Travel Services, U.S. River Cruises, American Queen Steamboat Compay Okay, Grand Bar Lobby

Dreamland – review

Director: Bruce McDonald Release date: 2019 Contains spoilers Bruce McDonald directed one of the most interesting zombie/infected movies, Pontypool staring Stephen McHattie (McDonald also directed the pilot movie My Babysitter’s a Vampire and I'll mention Pontypool again later), and the two have gotten together to create this slice of vampire art-noir. When I saw the trailer, I was intrigued and excited and then the film appeared an Amazon VoD… I must warn you now, this is almost the definition...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Nazis, Juliette Lewis, Sydney, Hercules, Takashi Miike, Henry Rollins, Palace, Bruges, Lisa, Johnny, Marmite, Amazon UK, Vampire, Pontypool

Eagles sign Zach Brown, claim Blake Countess on waivers

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles signed linebacker Zach Brown to a one-year contract and claimed safety Blake Countess off waivers on Friday. Brown started 25 games for the Redskins the past two seasons. Countess has started four games in three seasons with the Rams. Brown spent his first four seasons in Tennessee and played […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Tennessee, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia, Redskins, Brown, Blake Countess, Countess, Zach Brown, Rams Brown

Whicker: Rams had Chargers cornered, and Cory Littleton didn’t let them escape

LOS ANGELES – The best play of Derwin James’ three-game NFL career had a shelf life of approximately 1.5 seconds. The Chargers rookie safety stepped in front of Rams tight end Gerald Everett and intercepted Jared Goff, who had been an unerring pitching machine to that point. Good news, followed by real bad news. James was in the end zone. Before the roars of the surprisingly large Chargers contingent escaped the Coliseum, he darted over the goal line and quickly out of bounds. Had he knelt in th...
Tags: Minnesota, Washington, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Melvin Gordon, Todd Gurley, Philip Rivers, Cleveland, Rivers, Robert Woods, New England, James

Travel: Bavarian cruise is a trip through German history

Bavarian Countess Hedwig Margarete is unfortunately not receiving guests, although I’m regally quaffing prosecco in her 1412-founded castle that is hidden within the enchanted German forest where Snow White lived. Once upon a time, the fairytale-spinning Brothers Grimm stayed at this aristocrat-owned abode named Schloss Mespelbrunn. It’s home to the upper-crust widowed Countess of Ingelheim, who at the moment is ensconced in her private wing with her collection of porcelain rabbits while I ogle ...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Nazis, Sport, Rome, Unesco, Things To Do, Soccer, Army, Napoleon Bonaparte, Nazi, Snow White, Venice, Keystone, Nuremberg, Hitler

Long preseason trip will be a happy homecoming for Rams safety Blake Countess

IRVINE — A long preseason trip can inspire sighs and groans. NFL players, as a whole, wish they could shorten the training-camp experience, but Sunday will start a victory tour for Blake Countess. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. Countess, a third-year safety for the Rams, is going home. Next week, the Rams will hold two joint practices with the Baltimore Ravens in Owings Mills, Md., at a facility five minutes from wh...
Tags: Maryland, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Todd Gurley, Little League, Baltimore, Baltimore Ravens, Gurley, Joyner, Ravens, Everett, Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams, Rams

Luann de Lesseps Reunites With Her RHONY Peers After Rehab In Now Deleted Pic — LOOK!

Luann de Lesseps is back in NYC and reunited with her Real Housewives Of New York costars. As you surely know, the Bravolebrity checked herself into an alcohol treatment facility after making headlines for a drunken arrest in Florida. Oof. Related: Jill Zarin Pens A Loving Note To Late Husband Bobby Nonetheless, it seems Luann is starting her 2018 out right, as she revealed on Tuesday that she's "doing great." The Countess wrote: It’s good to be home. I’m doing great. Spending time with friend...
Tags: Florida, New York, Celebs, Instagram, Luann De Lesseps, Bobby, Luann, Ramona, Countess, Jill Zarin, Connecticut Don

Coral Reef gets royal seal of approval but Countess of Wessex does not try the slides

The Countess of Wessex officially reopened Coral Reef Waterworld after its multi-million pound refurbishment [Author: Khadija Taboada]
Tags: Home, Wessex, Countess, Khadija Taboada

Short Fiction Hardy, Arthur Sherburne: Aurélie. v1. 10 Feb 2017

Arthur Sherburne Hardy: Born : 1847 Aug 13: Died : 1930 Mar 13 Excerpt SOME months before her death the Countess Anne gave to Antoine, the child of Père Bigot, chief of the wood-cutters of Freyr, a wooden soldier. Antoine was far too young at that time to play with so brave a toy, and later, after the Countess’s death, it became far too sacred a relic of that lady of blessed memory to be put to any common use. And thus it happened that it stood year after year on the black shelf above Antoine...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Antoine, Countess, Arthur Sherburne, Arthur Sherburne Hardy, Countess Anne, Holy Virgin

Honourable mention: Blood Countess 2: The Mayhem Begins

This 2008 release, directed by Lloyd A. Simandl, is a slice of Czechploitation but, despite it being the second film, it is actually a prequel to Blood Countess. Set in Spring and Summer 1576, the historical Báthory would have been 15 (she was born in the August). The role of the younger Báthory is played by Kristina Uhrinova (who played an unnamed girl in Blood Countess). This is called “The Mayhem Begins” and it doesn’t, not really. There is a murder committed by the young Erzsébet (Anglicise...
Tags: Movies, Serial Killer, Elizabeth, Klara, Bathory, Countess, Genre Interest, Erzsébet Báthory

Countess Vaughn’s “Do You Love Him?” Video Brings the LOLs on Twitter

Countess Vaughn ended up a trending topic on Twitter today for all the wrong reasons. The actress turned reality star is no stranger to the spotlight, having been on the scene since the 1980’s and starring in hit sitcoms such as “227,” “Moesha” and “The Parkers.” In recent years, she’s re-emerged via the TV One reality series Hollywood Divas and her expressive personality makes her a staple on social media. Despite being diagnosed with a thyroid condition that makes her voice hoarse, Countess ha...
Tags: Videos, Music, Wtf, Celebs, Television, Entertainment, Funny, Music Videos, Pop Culture, Hilarious, Jazz, Lol, Jason, Countess Vaughn, Hot Mess, Vaughn

Audio Review: To Wager the Marquis of Wolverstone (Wicked Wagers, Book 2) by Bronwen Evans

Summary: Marcus Danvers, the Marquis of Wolverstone, is a great big rake. He has been since the love of his life ran off to marry an older titled man. Marcus knows without a doubt that the Contessa Sabine Orsini is trouble, but he can’t resist her when she waltzes back into his life demanding his help. He gives it in exchange for her presence in his bed. It’s a deal Sabine is more than willing to make in order to get her revenge on the man who ruined her parents and her only chance of happiness....
Tags: Book Review, Revenge, Single Mother, Duchess, Regency, Great Britain, Marcus, Second Chance, Marquis, Sabine, D-F, Bronwen Evans, Marian Hussey, Wicked Wagers, 1.5 Stars, Big Misunderstanding