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Mandatory Streamers: Cursed Films Explores Real Movie Horrors

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mandatory Streamers: Shudder’s Cursed Films Explores Real Movie Horrors Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of March 30, writer and director Jay Cheel’s Cursed Films, the five-part documentary series that explores the myths and legends behind some of Hollywood’s notoriously “cursed” horror film productions, is debuting on Shudder (which is now offering an extended free trial). Check out...
Tags: Apple, Videos, Hbo, UK, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Kaley Cuoco, America, Atlanta, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Justice League, Harley Quinn

Exclusive The Mallorca Files Clip for BritBox’s Crime Drama Series

Exclusive The Mallorca Files Clip for BritBox’s Crime Drama Series has an exclusive clip for BritBox’s crime drama series The Mallorca Files created by Dan Sefton (The Good Karma Hospital). Starring Elen Rhys (Broadchurch, Silent Witness) and Julian Looman (Nightlife, Pagan Peak), you can check out the clip below! RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: Cursed Films Explores Real Movie Horrors Set amongst the vibrant international community of the picturesque Spanish island, The Mallorc...
Tags: Video, UK, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Mallorca, Charlie Palmer, Dan Sefton, BritBox, Max Winter, The Mallorca Files, Miranda Blake, Elen Rhys Broadchurch, Julian Looman, Julian Looman Nightlife Pagan

Amazon Prime Video April 2020 Movie and TV Titles Announced

Amazon Prime Video April 2020 Movie and TV Titles Announced The list for the new Amazon Prime Video April 2020 movies and TV titles have been released, which you can now view below! Next month’s titles include the premiere of Tales from the Loop, Season 6 of Bosch, the Academy-Award nominated Les Misérables (2019), and the Cannes Film Festival winner Invisible Life. Additionally, April will feature hits and classics audiences may have missed in theaters, such as the Academy Award-nominated Th...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Russia, US, James Bond, TV News, Starz, Streaming, Cbs, Secret Service, Pbs, Mallorca, Bangkok, Bureau

Cowboy museum security on social

Museums around the world may be closing to promote social distancing, and for some museum staff, that means assuming new roles in this unprecedented situation. At the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Tim is the head of security. Now that the museum is closed, however, Tim was given the added responsibility of managing the museum’s social media account — and the result is hilarious. View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Cowboy, Social Media, Cnn, Mallorca, Duke, All, Tim, National Cowboy Western Heritage Museum, National Cowboy Museum, John Wayne Lucas, John Wayne Enterprises, Oklahoma City Tim

BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in April 2020

BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in April 2020 BritBox, the subscription streaming service from BBC Studios and ITV offering the biggest collection of streaming British television in North America, has unveiled its April slate! Next month’s titles include the exclusive premiere of The Mallorca Files, all six seasons of Father Brown, and BBC’s hit panel show Pointless. Check out the full April slate below! RELATED: Acorn TV and Sundance Now Unveil April Slates Available April 1 Be...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, Samsung, Bbc, Karen, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Glasgow, Scarborough, North America, Jane Kennedy, Mallorca, Northumbria Police, King

Spanish police sing to families during coronavirus lockdown in Mallorca – video

Police in Mallorca were seen playing guitar and singing to entertain families as they remain in a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The Spanish island will remain on lockdown after the government sought to extend the restrictions on movement until 11 April. One resident of the town of Algaida, Heidi Friedenberger, filmed the officers emerging from their car, singing a song and then leaving again, as neighbours watched on Continue reading...
Tags: Spain, Infectious Diseases, Mallorca, Coronavirus outbreak, Algaida, Heidi Friedenberger

LaLiga Santander | Resultados de la jornada 27, Pichichi, máximos asistentes y más estadísticas

​​LaLiga Santander va consumiendo jornadas. Este fin de semana se ha disputado la número 27 y lo principal que nos ha dejado es un nuevo cambio en el liderato. En la lucha por los puestos de Champions hemos tenido un enfrentamiento directo entre el Atlético de Madrid y el Sevilla que quedó en tablas y ha dejado la lucha por Europa muy apretada. En la zona baja de la tabla la salvación se vende muy cara. El Leganés y el Mallorca consiguieron su primera victoria de la temporada fuera de casa y...
Tags: News, Sevilla, Mallorca, Atletico de Madrid, LaLiga Santander

Mallorca or Menorca for Your Balearic Islands Holiday?

Mallorca or Menorca when it comes to planning a trip to the Balearic Islands? Here's what I would advise... Originally from Inside the Travel Lab.
Tags: Travel, Spain, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Menorca

What are the new alcohol restrictions for holidaymakers to Mallorca and Ibiza?

'Some of the measures introduced by the Balearic Islands authorities to limit anti-social behaviour have potential to cause confusion for UK holidaymakers,' says Abta [Author: Helen Coffey]
Tags: UK, Mallorca, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Abta, Helen Coffey

The most luxurious way to discover Mallorca is on a gastronomy cycling tour

The Spanish Island of Mallorca offers the most beautiful and varied sights. Known for its dreamy beaches and incredible scenic mountain passes and charming villages. Stay at one of the nicest beach towns and you will have a good time. Add in the lesser known routes and visit the incredible mountain passes and winding roads […] The post The most luxurious way to discover Mallorca is on a gastronomy cycling tour appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Spain, Food And Drink, Mallorca, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany, Road Travel

David López, a punto para el Pizjuán

Buenas noticias para Abelardo de cara al partido que el Espanyol jugará el domingo ante el Sevilla (12 horas). David López, que fue sustituido en el encuentro ante el Mallorca del pasado domingo por unas molestias musculares, se ha ejercitado este miércoles sin problemas con el resto del grupo, por lo que, salvo sorpresa, estará disponible para la cita del Pizjuán. El capitán ha superado las molestias que arrastraba y apunta a ser de la partida ante el Sevilla. Así las cosas, Abelardo podrá volv...
Tags: News, Espanyol, Sevilla, Mallorca, David Lopez, Abelardo, Marc Roca, Sevilla Así

A British Business Traveler May Have Transmitted Coronavirus Across Multiple Countries

(LONDON) — A middle-aged businessman from England who vacationed in the Alps has illustrated how the ease of international travel is complicating global efforts to track and contain the new coronavirus that emerged in China. Steve Walsh issued a statement Tuesday after becoming the focus of intense media coverage once it became apparent that he may have unwittingly helped to spread the new coronavirus to Europe. Walsh had come into contact with the virus after a business trip to Singapore i...
Tags: South Korea, Hong Kong, England, London, News, China, Germany, Singapore, Uncategorized, Britain, Malaysia, Paris, National Health Service, Alps, Geneva, Associated Press

Coronavirus Casualties Hit Grim Milestone Even as China Fudges Numbers

HONG KONG—As of noon on Tuesday, the official coronavirus death toll passed a milestone, topping 1,000 after 97 people died on Sunday and 108 on Monday—the highest daily counts so far. Globally, more than 42,700 have been infected, though virologists around the world and doctors in Wuhan, where the outbreak originated, believe those numbers are in fact much higher. And now, the government has quietly adjusted definitions to reduce the recorded casualties.Information about the virus’ spread now i...
Tags: Hong Kong, Japan, News, France, China, Singapore, United States, Xi Jinping, United Kingdom, Shanghai, Alibaba, Who, World Health Organization, Tokyo, Chinese communist party, Mallorca

Feminine & Modern Wedding in a 15th Century Mallorca Manor

Set in a 15 century Mallorcan manor house, wedding vendors came together to create a stunning modern design that’s all about the details. With a poolside reception in pastel hues, florist and designer Tabea Maria-Lisa filled the table with garden roses in blush, peach and red hues that has our hearts soaring. With modern feminine touches contrasting the rough gothic exterior of the Mallorca venue, David and Kathrin photos pop with life and we are in wedding inspiration paradise! View full post >...
Tags: Spain, David, Wedding, Mallorca, Modern, POOLSIDE, Feminine, Wedding Design, Wedding Ideas, Destination Wedding, Kathrin, Pastel Color Palette, David and Kathrin, Mallorca Manor, Tabea Maria Lisa

How to Spend a Week in Palma With the Family

Without a doubt Palma is Mallorca’s greatest treasure – a 13th-century Christian city that has the clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea lapping at its feet. Offering a wealth of attractions, Palma is the perfect holiday destination for families who are looking to explore a culturally rich place that also offers fantastic beaches for those lazy days. Spend a Week in Palma de Mallorca With the Family Day one Like any family holiday, you’ll want to make it as hassle free as possible and that ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Mallorca, Palma, Marineland, Mediterranean Sea, Calo des Moro, Sóller, Palma Nova, Bay of Palma Perhaps, Palma Aquarium, Marineland Mallorca Situated

Moynihan best of the bunch on tough day for Irish in Limpopo Championship

Daniel Van Tonder. Picture: Sunshine Tour Gavin Moynihan's level par 72 left him nine strokes behind home player Daniel Van Tonder on a trying day for the Irish brigade in the season-opening Limpopo Championship in South Africa.He made three birdies and three bogeys at Euphoria Golf Club where Robin Dawson and Michael Hoey shot 73s, Niall Kearney a 74 and Conor O'Rourke a 75.Leade...
Tags: England, Germany, Sport, South Africa, Golf, Mallorca, Moynihan, Van Tonder, Gavin Moynihan, Michael Hoey, Challenge Tour, Robin Dawson, Euphoria, Niall Kearney, Conor O Rourke, Pep Angles

Ons Jabeur vs Sofia Kenin Australian Open 2020 Live Stream Online, Preview, Prediction, H2H

14th-seed Sofia Kenin of the United States will face unseeded Ons Jabeur of Tunisia at the Australian Open 2020 Quarterfinals on January 28, Tuesday. The winner will be rewarded with a career-first Grand Slam semifinal slot. How To Watch Ons Jabeur vs Sofia Kenin Australian Open 2020 Live Stream Online Head to Head Record: Kenin 3-0 Jabeur – The American holds a perfect head to head record against Jabeur and their past two matches took place last year – in Hobard and Mallorca. Both players have ...
Tags: Sport, United States, Tennis, Australian Open, Tunisia, Mallorca, Sofia, Sofia Kenin, Jabeur, Ons Jabeur, Kenin, Hobard, Melbourne Kenin

Storm Gloria destroys

Storm Gloria tore through Spain this week, severely damaging hundreds of miles of Mediterranean coastline in the regions of Catalonia, Valencia, Murcia, and Andalusia, and bringing heavy snowfalls inland. Crops, roads, and coastal developments in and around Catalonia’s major hub of Barcelona were damaged or destroyed by the storm, which had claimed at least 13 lives as of Friday morning. Four people are missing, according to Spanish newspaper El País. Over 400 miles of coastline in Catalonia...
Tags: Travel, Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Storms, Madrid, Mallorca, Valencia, Mediterranean, Balearic Islands, Andalusia, All, Gloria, Ximo Puig, Valencia Travel, Ebro River

Bayern Munich sign Real Madrid defender Odriozola on loan

Berlin (AFP) – Bayern Munich have signed Real Madrid right-back Alvaro Odriozola on loan until the end of the season, the two clubs confirmed on Wednesday. The 24-year-old Spain international will bolster Bayern’s defence, which has been left short on cover with centre-backs Niklas Suele and Lucas Hernandez sidelined by knee injuries. “We decided to comply with the request of our head coach Hansi Flick for reinforcements in defence and together we decided on Alvaro Odriozola,” said Bayern chair...
Tags: Berlin, Spain, Sport, Soccer, La Liga, Real Sociedad, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Madrid, Mallorca, Afp, Bayern, Karl Heinz Rummenigge, Dani Carvajal, AFP Bayern Munich, Lucas Hernández

Best architecture in Barcelona

Antoni Gaudí is the emblematic architect of Barcelona. The visionary creator enriched the aesthetics of the city in the late 1800s and early 1900s with his bright colors, organic shapes, undulating surfaces, and unique use of patterns. However, the streets of Barcelona display a heritage that expands far before and beyond the life of Gaudí. The Romans founded Barcelona (then Barcino) in the first century BC, and every century since has left its mark upon the city. If you’re keen to see the mo...
Tags: Travel, Barcelona, Sagrada Familia, Mallorca, Gaudi, Mediterranean, Antoni Gaudí, All, Unesco World Heritage, Toyo Ito, Jean Nouvel, Maura, Casa Battló, Barceloneta, Barri Gòtic, La Sagrada Familia

Lowry suffers early Ryder Cup qualifying reverse in Abu Dhabi

Shane Lowry © USGA/Chris Keane Shane Lowry suffered an early Ryder Cup reverse when he bogeyed his last two holes to miss the cut in his defence of the $7 million Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.The Open champion (32) arrived in the Middle East with high hopes of making a charge up the qualifying table after starting the year with a runner-up finish in the Hong Kong Open to move to 16...
Tags: Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sport, South Africa, Italy, Middle East, Golf, Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia, European Tour, Wgc, Dubai, Brooks Koepka, Shane Lowry, Abu Dhabi

Spain's Magaluf and Ibiza crack down on booze-fuelled tourists

Spain's Balearic Islands banned pub crawl tours and happy hours in three holiday hotspots on Friday in a string of new measures to crack down on binge-drinking tourists. Booze vending machines, party boats, free bars and adverts for alcoholic drinks were also forbidden in Mallorca's Playa de Palma and Magaluf, as well as the West End in Ibiza's Sant Antoni. "With this, the Balearic Islands become the first destination in Europe to fight back against tourism based on excess," Iago Negueruela, t...
Tags: Europe, News, Spain, West End, Mallorca, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Magaluf, Sant Antoni, Playa de Palma

Mallorca’s Hidden Gem Wedding Venue with an Organic Chic Vibe

Love is a wild thing and when you find the real deal, you can immediately feel the difference, right? This modern wedding, planned by Wild Ones, is perfect for the adventurous or wild-at-heart couple. Filled with warm hues and an abundance of earthy textures, this outdoorsy wedding setup at Fangar is the perfect vibe to tie the knot with the love of your life. Mallorca is serving up some serious destination wedding vibes and this incredible organic setup captured by Lara Onac Photography is the ...
Tags: Spain, Organic, Wedding, Mallorca, Modern, Boho, Wedding Design, Wedding Ideas, Earthy, Fangar, Lara Onac Photography

Spain's Balearic Islands crack down on alcohol-fuelled holidays

Spain's Balearic Islands passed a bill Friday aimed at clamping down on alcohol-fuelled holidays in the Mediterranean archipelago which bans happy hours when drinks are offered a discount and open bars. "This is the first law adopted in Europe which restricts the sale and promotion of alcohol in certain touristic areas," the regional government of the Balearic Islands which have long been a magnet for young German and British tourists, who often drink heavily and enjoy rowdy late-night clubbing...
Tags: Europe, News, Spain, Mallorca, Mediterranean, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, El Arenal, San Antoni

Mallorca and Ibiza to crack down on tourists' excessive drinking

Dry January could continue right through to dry December in some resorts as the Balearic islands seek to clean up holidaymakers' act [Author: Simon Calder]
Tags: Mallorca, Ibiza, Simon Calder, Balearic

Top 10 swim-up rooms in Mallorca hotels

Wake up to a pool on your doorstep, and within a few feet of your bed. For many tourists, the pool is a main feature of any holiday.  By staying in a swim-up room, you have your own private terrace with direct access to the pool therefore enabling you to take a welcome dip whenever […] The post Top 10 swim-up rooms in Mallorca hotels appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, Hotels, Spain, Accommodation, Mallorca, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Western Europe

Top 5 Adventure Holidays for Your Family Bucket List

When most parents think about their vacation, they usually picture sandy beaches, great cocktails, and a bundle of kid-friendly activities that will keep their youngsters occupied. However, if your family is nothing like this, and you enjoy having action-packed holidays, you have come to the right place. The following list includes a list of destinations that offer different kinds of activities for people of all ages. Whether you enjoy water sports or rock climbing is your thing, go over these ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, England, France, Spain, Peru, Mallorca, Borneo, Lake District National Park, Tramuntana, Sepilok Sanctuary, England Mesmerizing mountains, FuntasticToy

The best vegan hotels for 2020

With 2019 being all about going vegan and traveling sustainably, the trend has inspired massive changes in the hotel industry worldwide and is expected to grow even stronger in 2020. Vegan hotels are popping up all over the world, offering travelers a cozy, luxury experience that also helps the environment by using natural, organic materials. Staying at a vegan hotel relieves the stress of having to spend hours searching for places to eat on Google Maps, but the concept extends well beyond th...
Tags: Travel, London, Bali, US, Hilton, Mallorca, Vegan, Continental, Mediterranean, Tuscany, Ubud, All, Bel Air, London England, Los Angeles California, Bircher

FULL CIRCLE by Frances Baxter

FULL CIRCLE is a culmination of artworks ranging from nudes, still life and portraits that have inspired Frances from 40 years living in Mallorca to her return to the Northern Rivers of New South Wales. Frances is renowned for her beauty of line and dynamic colour. Expect a collection of paintings and drawings using oil, pastels and charcoal. Clem’s Cargo Marketplace in Brunswick Heads 1-26 February 2020 Instagram : @francesbaxterart About Frances Baxer Frances grew up in Mullumbimby, and her f...
Tags: Travel, Featured, News, Australia, Culture, Mallorca, Juan, Frances, Clem, Mullumbimby, Robert Graves, Brunswick Heads, Deia, Frances Baxter, Northern Rivers of New South Wales Frances, Frances Baxer Frances

Odorless MP Magic Socks review

Mrs. Anderson, my middle school gym teacher, used to stress the importance of changing your socks as much as possible. “It’s the single best thing you can do for your personal hygiene,” she’d say. I’m still not sure of the wisdom in telling a bunch of 12-and-13 year-olds that changing socks is more important to personal hygiene than showering, but it stuck with me nonetheless. To this day I still change socks three to four times a day, and when packing for long trips taking 20 pairs of socks ...
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