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Fantasy Springs Resort Casino has a role in upcoming Val Kilmer film ‘Pay Dirt’

Director Christian Sesma had long wanted to work on a gritty and high stakes heist movie inspired by some classics, but he didn’t want it filmed just anywhere — he wanted it filmed in the place where he was born, raised and still lives now: the Coachella Valley. Naturally, that was the location for his next project, which just wrapped up filming. “Pay Dirt” stars actors Val Kilmer, Luke Goss and Nick Vallelonga. The film is produced by Sesma and “Green Book” actor Mike Hatton. Sign up for our C...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, La, Casinos, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Palm Springs, Southern California, Val Kilmer, Valley, Hatton, Coachella Valley, Indio, GOSS, Salton Sea


An Experiential Travel Guide to Sri Lanka: 19 Ideas to Get You Started

Thinking of traveling to Sri Lanka, but not sure of where to start? Which places to visit, things to do or how to plan your trip? And how can you best avoid the crowds? We’ll answer all those questions and more in this Sri Lanka Experiential Travel Guide and two-week itinerary. From meeting people on trains, sharing sunrise with pilgrims and travelers alike at the top of Adam’s Peak, wandering through the tea gardens, learning to pop spices and cook Sri Lankan food in clay pots, admiri...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Berlin, India, Unesco, Balcony, Sri Lanka, Rice, Mark, Buddha, Gautama Buddha, Colombo, Kandy, Buddhist, Dan, Shiva


An Experiential Travel Guide to Sri Lanka: 19 Ideas to Get You Started

Recently, Sri Lanka suffered a series of tragic bomb attacks. As news stories rolled in throughout the day, so did a flood of memories from our travels there — meeting people on trains, sharing sunrise with pilgrims and travelers alike at the top of Adam’s Peak, wandering through the tea gardens, learning to pop spices and cook Sri Lankan food in clay pots, admiring sleeping Buddha sculptures in caves, and much more. So while it may seem like strange timing to write about travel in Sri Lanka now...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Berlin, India, Unesco, Balcony, Sri Lanka, Beginners Guides, Rice, Mark, Buddha, Gautama Buddha, Colombo, Kandy, Buddhist, Dan


Morales: 25 memories from 25 years on boxing beat

Twenty-five years. That’s how long this column has been alive, as of March 7. It seems only right I should come up with 25 memories. Although the first is No. 1, the rest just fall in as I recall them. These are not all pleasant. 1) The greatest fight I’ve covered was the first ring war between Diego Corrales and Jose Luis Castillo on May 7, 2005 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Corrales was decked twice in the 10th round of an all-out slug-fest and appeared done. Corrales somehow rose both times –...
Tags: Israel, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Franco, Manny Pacquiao, Las Vegas, Nicole Brown Simpson, Staples Center, Ricky Hatton, MGM, Juan Manuel Márquez, Trinidad, WBC, Shawn Porter, Tony


Hatton hits bad shot, asks caddie 'Have you seen a worse golf shot?'

After hitting a drive down the ninth fairway during his second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Tyrrell Hatton left himself with 219 yards to the hole. With an iron in hand, he hit his approach shot and held his finish as if he liked it, but that was not the case. The ball fell short and right, between the two bunkers, almost 30 yards off target.
Tags: News, Golf, Hatton, Arnold Palmer Invitational Tyrrell Hatton


DAY 9 HATTON

Today was a huge 14 hr day somewhat unplanned. We started in high spirits in anticipation of the iconic slow train journey to Hatton in the highlands. Rising early we departed Kandy railway station not in a wooden carriage but in a rocking rolling old d
Tags: Travel, Kandy, Hatton


'He did a lot of damage': Liverpool reacts to return of Derek Hatton

Disquiet about Labour’s decision to readmit former Militant deputy council leader is easy to find among MPs and activistsDerek Hatton’s readmittance to Labour after 34 years in the political wilderness has caused disquiet among centrist MPs and party activists in Liverpool.Hatton was expelled from the party for being a member of the Trotskyist grouping Militant. He was deputy leader of the Militant-controlled council which set an illegal budget in Liverpool in protest at local government spendin...
Tags: Politics, UK News, Margaret Thatcher, Labour, Liverpool, Hatton, Militant, Derek Hatton, Liverpool Hatton


Adams peak and the worlds end

On Wednesday December 19th my friends Arielle Denise Hannah Romi and I left Ella and took a train to Hatton. For once the train was quite empty and we actually got seats D It was a nice and quiet train ride and we met a very nice guy from Austria
Tags: Travel, Adams, Ella, Hatton, Arielle Denise Hannah Romi


What Can Make a 911 Call a Felony? Fentanyl at the Scene.

Officers say exposure to opioids during emergencies can put them in mortal danger. Doctors say their symptoms may just be the “nocebo” effect.
Tags: News, Eric, Hatton, Scotty, Weil, Alton, Scottie, Fentanyl, Drug Abuse and Traffic, Emergency Medical Treatment, N.H, Nine-One-One (911) (Emergency Phone Number, Wightman, Opioids and Opiates


Apple's Jade wins Hatton's Grace Hurdle for third time

Apple's Jade becomes the third horse to win the prestigious Grade One Hatton's Grace Hurdle three times by winning by 20 lengths at Fairyhouse.
Tags: Apple, News, Jade, Hatton


Ireland slip six behind in Melbourne World Cup of Golf

A day for ducks at the Metropolitan Golf Club "Irish" conditions didn't help Shane Lowry or Paul Dunne as they carded a four-over 76 in the second round foursomes at the ISPS HANDA Melbourne World Cup of Golf and slipped six strokes behind Belgium and South Korea at halfway.As Thomas Detry and Thomas Pieters fired a battling 71 at a wet and windy Metropolitan Golf Club to share th...
Tags: South Korea, England, Sweden, Australia, Mexico, France, Scotland, India, Sport, Ireland, Italy, Ian Poulter, Golf, European Tour, Belgium, Melbourne


England's Poulter and Hatton in joint lead at World Cup

England's Tyrrell Hatton and Ian Poulter hold a share of the lead after the first round of the World Cup of Golf in Australia.
Tags: England, News, Ian Poulter, Poulter, Hatton, Tyrrell Hatton


Another top-10 for Harrington; Tway wins in Napa

Lucas Bjerregaard. Picture: Getty Images  Pádraig Harrington racked up his third top 10 in four starts as Lucas Bjerregaard snatched the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews and another success for Danish golf.A two-time winner of the event, the Dubliner (47) closed with a bogey-free, three-under 69 to finish tied for seventh on nine-under par at the Old Course and move...
Tags: Dane, England, Australia, California, Scotland, US, Spain, Sport, Austria, Paris, Golf, Phil Mickelson, Pga Tour, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai


Hatton loses four-stroke lead as Bjerregaard wins Links

Lucas Bjerregaard wins the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship by one shot, after Tyrrell Hatton loses a four-shot lead on the back nine.
Tags: Sport, Hatton, Lucas Bjerregaard, Bjerregaard, Tyrrell Hatton


Bjerregaard wrecks Hatton's hopes of Dunhill hat trick

Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark wrecked Tyrrell Hatton's hopes of winning the Dunhill Links Championship for a third straight year when he shot a 5-under 67 in the final round            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Denmark, Hatton, Lucas Bjerregaard, Bjerregaard, Tyrrell Hatton


Dunhill leader Hatton poised to match Woods' Euro Tour feat

Tyrrell Hatton of England is on course to win the Dunhill Links Championship for the third year in a row after taking a one-shot lead in the third round            [Author: AP]
Tags: England, News, Ap, Hatton, Tyrrell Hatton


Spectator hit by Ryder Cup winner Hatton's golf ball at Dunhill Links

The woman was injured by a shot from Tyrrell Hatton during the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Tags: Sport, Hatton, Tyrrell Hatton


Simpson leads Hatton and Rose in Boston

England's Tyrrell Hatton shoots the lowest score of his PGA Tour career to join Justin Rose a shot off the lead at the Dell Technologies Championship.
Tags: England, Boston, Sport, Justin Rose, Rose, Simpson, Hatton, Tyrrell Hatton


Man Shot During Argument Over Who Should Play Aretha Franklin in Her Biopic

Police say an argument over who should star as Aretha Franklin in a movie about her life led to a shooting at a barbershop in Suffolk, Virginia.According to WTRK-TV, last Thursday (Aug. 16), two men—44-year-old Michael Hatton and 47-year-old Tony Lundy, had a disagreement about whether or not Halle Berry played or would play Aretha Franklin in her upcoming biopic.The fight turned physical, and once the two men were outside, Hatton pulled out a gun and shot Lundy at least once, police said.Witnes...
Tags: Music, Wtf, Celebs, Crime, Shooting, Guns, Aretha Franklin, Virginia, Arguments, Stupid, Pop Culture, Jazz, Halle Berry, Stupidity, Gun Violence, Berry


KHSD police officer files suit against district

*WARNING: This story may contain details of an explicit nature that some may find offensive.Court documents obtained by 23ABC detail allegations by Anthony McCarthy, who is filing a lawsuit against the Kern High School District and the district's Board of Trustees. There are 10 complaints listed in the suit, including discrimination, harassment based on race and sexual harassment. According to documents, McCarthy began working for the school district in May 2016. Before that he worked for th...
Tags: Local News, Mccarthy, Bakersfield Police Department, Reyes, Hatton, Lake Isabella, Kern High School District, Golden Valley High School, Mira Monte High School, KHSD, Anthony McCarthy, Ed Komin, Komin, Brian Kamanchi His, Golden Valley High School McCarthy, Paul Helman


Searching for Human Connection on Instagram’s Most Famous Train Ride

A story of altruism on the train to Ella, Sri Lanka. I felt the rumbling of the tracks as the ground beneath me began to shake ever so slightly. Suddenly the rumbling gave way to a roaring and screaming crescendo. I looked up just in time to see the iconic baby blue train rolling into Hatton train station. This was one of the moments I’d been looking forward to on my Sri Lankan adventure, the epic train ride to Ella. Cited as one of the world’s most beautiful train rides, this journey passes th...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Google Maps, Coca Cola, Sri Lanka, Adam, Ella, Hatton, Kasey, Nine Arch Bridge, Ella Sri Lanka, Ella Cited


Hatton in awe and can Joshua or Wilder deal with the returning Fury?

More than 900 days have passed since Tyson Fury last fought so what can be achieved as he returns to face Sefer Seferi in Manchester?
Tags: Sport, Manchester, Tyson Fury, Joshua, Hatton, Sefer Seferi


Wells Fargo Championship: Paul Casey two off lead as Hatton and McIlroy trail

England's Paul Casey is two shots off the lead at the Wells Fargo Championship while Tyrrell Hatton and Rory McIlroy slip further behind.
Tags: England, News, Rory Mcilroy, Paul Casey, McIlroy, Hatton, Tyrrell Hatton


Travel UK to Aus without flying

Plane travel sucks . Yes, it’s convenient to get anywhere in the world in the span of hours, but everything else — the security, the food, the uncomfortable seats, the grumpy passengers, the overworked staff, the diseases in the air, the fact that we’re somehow more prone to crying while flying — is a nightmare. The quickness and the convenience also conversely means you’re missing the entire world that’s turning under your plane — if you were to fly from the UK to Australia, for example, you w...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, UK, Australia, China, Iraq, Singapore, India, Senegal, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan


Big Cat Terrorizes Scotland

From The Washington Post:Police received an unusual and frantic call Saturday night about a wild animal on the loose in a village farm in northeast Scotland. The caller, a farm owner in the village of Hatton, told the Scottish Sun that he was having a housewarming party with his girlfriend and friends that night. He spotted the “tiger” when he went out to check on his pregnant cows.“I got the fright of my life,” Bruce Grubb said, adding later: “I was worried it was going to eat all my cows befor...
Tags: UK, Washington Post, Scotland, Pets, Barnum, Hatton, Baskervilles, PBurns, Terrierman, Bruce Grubb


EurAsia Cup: Dunne keen to extend matchplay streak

Short game. Paul Dunne chipping during a practice round for this week's EurAsia Cup at Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur. Picture: Asian Tour  Paul Dunne will be gunning for his fifth international team matchplay victory and his first as a professional when he makes his debut for Europe in the biennial EurAsia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM tomorrow.Without even counting...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Japan, England, Sweden, China, India, Alabama, Spain, Sport, Thailand, Austria, Ireland, Malaysia, Levy, Golf


Hatton v Mayweather: Cult following, perfect enemies & dealing with defeat

Ten years since Ricky Hatton faced Floyd Mayweather, BBC Sport asks why the British fighter connected with fans like no-one since.
Tags: News, Floyd Mayweather, Ricky Hatton, BBC Sport, Hatton, Mayweather


Plane racing, darts and the people’s champion - Hatton v Mayweather 10 years on

Ten years since Ricky Hatton faced Floyd Mayweather, BBC Sport asks why the British fighter connected with fans like no-one since.
Tags: Sport, Floyd Mayweather, Ricky Hatton, BBC Sport, Hatton, Mayweather


Hatton v Mayweather: Cult following, perfect enemies & dealing with defeat

Ten years since Ricky Hatton faced Floyd Mayweather, BBC Sport asks why the British fighter connected with fans like no-one since.
Tags: News, Floyd Mayweather, Ricky Hatton, BBC Sport, Hatton, Mayweather


Snowman leaves Lowry cold in Sun City

SUN CITY, SOUTH AFRICA - NOVEMBER 10:  Victor Dubuisson of France hits his third shot on the 9th hole during the second round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Gary Player CC, Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images Big numbers at exactly the wrong time continue to haunt Shane Lowry and try his patience.But the burly Offaly man's incredible birdie-rate means that if he can cut out ...
Tags: England, France, US, Sport, South Africa, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Lee Westwood, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Bjork, Shane Lowry, Sun City, Ross Fisher, Jordan Spieth