Purple Caf and Wine Bar: (available Feb 11 14th) Three course menu for two for $75, with an optional sommelier’s wine pairing selections for $20 per person. Includes items like oysters on the half shell or grilled asparagus for appetizers, pan roasted steelhead or chestnut pappardelle for an entre, and a choice of espresso cake or brandied fig ice cream to share for dessert. Call for reservations: 425.502.6292.
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Ellsworth now controlled his own fortune and he gave $100 000 for the next expedition he and Amundsen were planning with the airship Norge over the Arctic Ocean and the North Pole. He stated that the expedition in the end came to half a million dollars, but that some of this was recouped through sale of newspaper rights, books and lectures. This time Ellsworth was the expedition navigator, which caused Leif Dietrichson to resign from the expedition as he felt he had been demoted.
Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Supporters from the two clubs will be invited to mingle in a fan zone marquee in front of the main stand at Prenton Park ahead of the National League fixture on Saturday.The marquee will feature a DJ, food and drink stalls including a hog roast, attractions for children and live TV screens showing the Everton versus Chelsea lunchtime game from the Premier League.The first 100 Chester fans and the first 100 Tranmere fans entering the fan zone will enjoy complimentary food.Tranmere’s associate director Ben Harrison said: “We want to create a pre match experience for supporters of all ages from both clubs to enjoy. We want to make this derby a special occasion once more.”Tranmere manager Gary Brabin said: “One of the big pluses about this division is a number of derby games we’re going to have this season. We have the first one coming up this weekend and it’s going to be good for everyone.”From the point of view of the players, every game we have had so far has been like a derby.
There are a lot of things this country needs more of, but guns aren’t one of them.”LaMontagne called off the show at the university’s Bass Concert Hall just days before the event, angering some students there.Freshman Audrey Loomis, who opposes campus carry, told KXAN TV in Austin she was unhappy with LaMontagne’s decision.”I really couldn’t believe he canceled it two days before,” Loomis said.The pro campus carry group Students for Concealed Carry accused LaMontagne of hypocrisy for not canceling his Sept. 17 concert at a Salt Lake City, Utah, concert hall that also allows the licensed, concealed carry of handguns.The University of Texas at Austin released a statement, acknowledging LaMontagne’s decision, but restating Texas law: “The university regrets that Ray Lamontagne made this decision but respects his right to do so. Under Texas state law, licensed permit holders are allowed to bring concealed handguns into many performance venues on public university campuses, including the Performing Arts Center at The University of Texas at Austin.”LaMontagne, a Nashua, New Hampshire, native, bought a 103 acre Ashfield farm in 2009.