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The Café de la Régence was the center of chess in ancient Paris. The café was founded in 1681 as one of the first coffee houses in Paris under the name Café de la Place du Palais-Royal. It was located between the Rue Saint-Honoré and the Place du Palais-Royal. It was renamed Café de la Régence in 1715 at the earliest, as the new name referred to the era of the regency (La Régence), which lasted from 1715 to 1723, when the Duke of Orléans ruled over the young king Louis XV, who was still a minor. The Café de la Régence attracted players like Voltaire, Rousseau, Stamma and Philidor, Ben Franklin, Robespierre, Napoleon, Harrwitz and Morphy.
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2023.05.29 04:46 scarlet2248 Recommended Wedding Venues by State Part I

Recommended Wedding Venues by State Part I

California Wedding Venues

Carneros Resort and Spa

Located at 4048 Sonoma Hwy, Napa. It has a rustic charm where you can see vineyard views and rolling hills. Also offers a hilltop restaurant with an outdoor venue that can accommodate up to 300 people. Catering, wedding planning, floral arrangements, photography, and other services are available. And the starting price is $200 per person.

Park Winters

Located at 27850 County Road 26, Winters. This is a five-star wedding venue and estate located in the middle of a farmland. There is a historic inn and event barn. This would be perfect for those who love a natural outdoor wedding surrounded by the beauty of the Blue Mountains. Catering, wedding planning, floral arrangements, photography, and more are available. Prices start at $150 per person and can accommodate up to 200 guests.

Montage Laguna Beach

The address is 30801 South Coast Highway, Laguna Beach. This romantic waterfront venue offers a lush grassy setting looking out over the coastline and blue sky. The largest ballroom has 7,500 square feet of space and can accommodate up to 500 people. Prices start at $250 per person. Services offered include catering, wedding planning, spa, music, and much more.

Oregon Wedding Venues

Sentinel Hotel

Located at 614 SW 11th Ave, Portland. This hotel is housed in a historic downtown building dating back to 1909. There are several exquisite banquet rooms to choose from, ranging from 50 to accommodate up to 900 people. The ballrooms are ornately decorated with elaborate carvings and elegant chandeliers. Prices start at $150 per person. Necessary wedding services are also available.

Mt. Hood Oregon Resort

The location is 68010 East Fairway Avenue, Welches. Which can give you a dream forest wedding surrounded by lush forests and the majestic mountains of Mt. Hood National Forest. Unlike other wedding venues, guided hikes and rafting excursions are available here. There is also a golf course for your use. The largest venue can accommodate up to 400 people. Prices start at $100 per person.

Lakeside Gardens

Located at 16211 SE Foster Rd Portland, Lakeside Gardens offers essential vendors for photography, videography, flowers, DJs, and hair and makeup services. It is surrounded by a lake and offers a natural view of the garden. The largest hospitality venue can accommodate up to 300 people. Prices start at $100 per person.

Washington Wedding Venues

The Edgewater Hotel

The luxury hotel at 2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle, was named "Best Classic Hospitality Venue in the Seattle Area" by Seattle Bride magazine. With views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, and the Seattle skyline. The ballroom can accommodate up to 220 guests and prices start at around $200 per person.

Sodo Park

Located at 3200 1st Avenue South, Suite 100 in Seattle. This is a century-old building factory with a different style that makes it very popular in Seattle. The high beams and steamy ceilings make it unique. The entire venue can accommodate up to 300 guests and costs around $150 per person.

Cedarbrook Lodge

The address is 18525 36th Ave S, Seattle. Here you will find a lush garden setting and luxurious accommodations. Indoor and outdoor hospitality venues are available to choose from, starting at $150 per person.

Arizona Wedding Venues

Boulders Resort & Spa

The address is 34631 N Tom Darlington Dr, Scottsdale. This resort has a fantastic desert and rocky landscape. With open views and the vibrant colors of the desert sky at sunset. Offers a luxurious spa, and outdoor ceremony space. Prices start at $200 per person and can accommodate up to 300 guests.

The Phoenician

Located at 6000 East Camelback Road Scottsdale. There are various styles of venues to choose from, whether it be lush green gardens, sparkling waterfalls, or breathtaking valley views. There are also several sizes of banquet rooms to choose from. Prices start at $250 per person.

Arizona Biltmore

The resort is located at 2400 E. Missouri Ave Phoenix. Nestled among palm trees and mountains. A magical oasis forms at the base of the Phoenix Mountain Reserve, enjoying a tranquil desert setting. There are also two pools available and a total of six wedding venue options for up to 400 people. Starting at $150 per person.

Nevada Wedding Venues

The Venetian

An old-school luxury hotel located at 3355 South Las Vegas Boulevard, it can bring you the most traditional and unique Las Vegas-style wedding. Here you can admire the Italian style of architecture. Featuring indoor and outdoor ceremony spaces, and luxury accommodations. Starting at $200 per person.

Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

Located at 11011 W Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas. Unlike other luxury hotels, here you have a view of the Red Rock Canyon. The hotel offers five ballrooms and wedding venues that can accommodate up to 300 people. Prices start at $150 per person.

Neon Museum

Want to try something different for your wedding venue? Choose the Neon Museum at 770 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, with its vintage neon signage, outdoor ceremony space, and unique atmosphere. You can take very vintage and fun photos. Prices are $2,500 for a two-hour rental, perfect for smaller weddings.

Idaho Wedding Venues

Boise Depot

Located at 2603 W Eastover Terrace, Boise. This is a historic Spanish-style building that was once used as a waiting room with the building. 8-hour rental is $1,455 and can accommodate a minimum of 165 people. It is important to note that government-owned venues like this have strict rules of use. So it is best to check carefully before renting.

Chateau des Fleur

The French-style building at 176 S. Rosebud Ln, Eagle. The largest ballroom features ivory walls, beautiful windows, an outdoor exit to the garden, gold chandeliers, and delicate gold wall sconces. Seating for up to 240 guests starts at $100 per person.

Still Water Hollow

Located at 18120 Dean Ln, Nampa. Has a rustic style and offers brand new indoor barn facilities. Tables and chairs for 150 people, pond with waterfall, fountain, and bridge. Rustic and elegant style venues can be designed for different styles of weddings. 12-hour rentals start at $5,500.

Utah Wedding Venues

Castle Park

A full-service event venue located at 110 South Main Street Lindon. Featuring an old castle-style building with outdoor ceremony space. Starting at $5,500 for a 12-hour rental. Catering, wedding planning, and other services are also available.

Red Butte Garden

Magnificent gardens at 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City. With expansive views of mountains, valleys, and gardens, offering a beautiful backdrop of plants. There are also waterfalls, ponds, and many more beautiful spaces. We recommend coming during the growing season of the plants which is the warmer months. This allows for a ceremony to be held in the stunning rose garden. Four-hour rentals from $2,500.

Log Haven

Located at 6451 E. Millcreek Canyon Road Salt Lake City has a spectacular mountain wedding and reception venue. With countless natural features and waterfalls, the area also offers activities including skiing, hiking, biking, and golfing. Prices are affordable, with menu pricing starting at $32 per person.

Montana Wedding Venues

Chico Hot Springs

Located at 163 Chico Road Pray, Montana, this is a great year-round destination for weddings in Montana. Offering a variety of natural beauty and architectural features. Besides the historic stone houses, there are also mountain views. You can also soak in the hot springs to relieve the fatigue from the ceremony after a long day. Four-hour rentals start at $2,000.

Rockin' TJ Ranch

The address is 651 Lynx Ln, Bozeman, with unparalleled views of the Bridger Mountains and open meadows. This wedding venue has been a professional wedding service for 20 years and offers full-service planning. Basic venue packages start at $9,495.

The Ranch at Rock Creek

Located at 79 Carriage House Ln, Philipsburg, this large ranch allows the exploration of five mountain peaks. Find nature's rest and inspiration in the peaceful, storied West. It is also the world's first Forbes Travel Guide 5-star ranch. With ten square miles of rivers, forests, valleys, and vistas.
Of course, this luxury experience comes with a hefty price tag. Charters start at $90,000 per night for groups of 21 or more, plus 23% of the ranch fee.

Wyoming Wedding Venues

Jackson Lake Lodge

Located in Moran, Grand Teton National Park, this is a beautiful lodge less than five minutes from Jackson Lake. Known for its iconic views of the Teton Mountains. It is a must-see venue for couples who love nature. Because of its location within the National Park, Jackson Lake Lodge is open seasonally from mid-May to early October. Rates start at $150 per person.

Shooting Star Jackson Hole Golf Club

The address is Shooting Star, 6765 Crystal Springs Rd, Teton Village. In addition to the golf course view, a pond, lake, or stream is one of the beautiful views. Starting price is $200 per person.

Wyoming Stargazing

Are you an astronomy enthusiast? Check out the Stargazing Agency located at 1135 Maple Way G1, Jackson. Their wedding packages include the opportunity to learn about the constellations, planets, and the fascinating stories behind them. Stargazing tour leaders will guide the group through the night sky, answering questions and gaining insight into the beauty of the stars. This will be one of the most unique themed weddings guests have ever attended. Prices start at $175 a person.

Colorado Wedding Venues

Boettcher Mansion

Located at 900 Colorow Rd, Golden's premier historic event venue, the Boettcher Mansion offers unparalleled service in a meticulously maintained estate. Along with the beautiful mansion, there are mountain views for you to enjoy. The ballroom can accommodate up to 150 people with six-hour rentals starting at $3,500.

Butterfly Pavilion

The Butterfly Pavilion at 6252 W 104th Ave, Westminster can turn your wedding into a fairy tale. Offering outdoor venues such as gazebos, gardens, and a theater. There is also a popular and unique butterfly release ceremony. It is important to note that there are a variety of butterflies and plants, so please treat them with care. The minimum venue rental is $1,800.

Great Divide Brewing Company

Great Divide Brewing Company, located at 1812 35th St, Denver, allows you to host a beer wedding. Up to 75 guests can be accommodated so they will be in the middle of a keg. The atmosphere will be more relaxed and enjoyable, and a bar and drinks, planning, equipment, and servers will be provided. Rentals are for 6 hours and start at $3000.

New Mexico Wedding Venues

La Fonda on the Plaza

The hotel at 100 E San Francisco St, Santa Fe has a long history as well as a cultural background. It can provide an elegant atmosphere for your wedding, with unique hand-carved furniture in each room. There are four ballrooms to choose from, with authentic New Mexican décor. This includes charming fireplaces, hand-punched pewter chandeliers, and traditional terracotta tiles. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $4,000.

Loretto Chapel

Located at 207 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe's Museum of Historic Places is perfect for weddings. Accommodating 139 guests, the interior of the chapel features original stained glass windows and an ornate altar. In particular, the church's famous spiral staircase is the star of many articles and is worth a look. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $2,500 and services include the use of the church and wedding coordinator.

Albuquerque Balloon Museum

This is the hot air balloon museum located at 9201 Balloon Museum Dr. NE, Albuquerque. It offers soaring spaces and panoramic views of the Rio Grande Valley and the Sandia Mountains. The museum features displays of hot air balloons of all colors and eras, including a weather lab. The price to rent the entire museum and North Plaza for six hours is $6,000.

North Dakota Wedding Venues

Red River Zoo

The Zoo at 4255 23rd Ave S, Fargo will be the most interesting wedding venue. The zoo is home to animals such as red pandas, gray wolves, and Pallas cats. There is plenty of space for outdoor weddings as well as indoor receptions, and a carousel is available in one of the venues. Saturday weddings start at $1,500 and services include tables, chairs, and access to the zoo exhibits.

The North Dakota Heritage Center

The address is 612 E Boulevard Ave, Bismarck. The museum showcases the state's rich history from its earliest geological formations to the present day. Offering a variety of indoor spaces, including galleries and a theater, it provides a unique and educational wedding experience. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $1,500.

Avalon Events Center

Prefer a more modern style wedding? The Event Center at 2525 9th Ave S, Fargo, while historic, offers five function rooms and new audio technology. Five ballrooms offer seating for up to 700 people and a full bar. Saturday weddings start at $2,000.

South Dakota Wedding Venues

Chapel in the Hills

The church at 3788 Chapel Ln, Rapid City is a place of beauty and inspiration. There are museums, trails, and hillsides to host services. Weddings are performed by the Chapel's pastor and it is open for weddings from May 1 to September 30 each year. The price is $400 for the use of the chapel and courtyard area. This includes a $100 minister's fee.

The Lodge at Deadwood

The address is 100 Pine Crest Lane, Deadwood and the backdrop will be the beautiful Black Hills. With four adjoining event rooms and the main ballroom, it provides the perfect space for weddings of any size. Wedding packages are available at a variety of prices, with the least expensive buffet package starting at $65 per person for a minimum of 100 people.

Buffalo Ridge Resort

A rustic resort located at 1312 Coteau St, Gary. Offers charming and historic wedding venues including a restored barn and beautiful chapel. The venue can accommodate up to 300 people and prices start at $4,500 for a Saturday wedding.

Nebraska Wedding Venues

Scoular Ballroom

The Ballroom at 2027 Dodge St, Omaha, is located just minutes from downtown. Located in the historic Scoular building, from the grand Italian marble floors of the atrium to the romantic balcony overlooking the spacious and inviting ballroom. Offering a modern and elegant wedding venue with a grand ballroom and beautiful outdoor terrace. Accommodates up to 300 guests and starts at $4,000 for a Saturday wedding.

Rococo Theatre

The theater at 140 N 13th St, Lincoln can give you a movie-like wedding. The theater has seating for up to 500 guests. The bride and groom can get married on stage while the guests sit in the first few rows of seats. Saturday weddings start at $2,500.

The Barn at the Ackerhurst Dairy Farm

Located at 15220 Military Rd, Bennington, this is an Omaha landmark and a historic site in the area. This wedding venue can accommodate up to 450 guests and includes an outdoor ceremony space and a large terrace with a fireplace. Off-season wedding rental rates start at $2,500.

Kansas Wedding Venues

Madison Avenue Central Park

Central Park at 512 E Madison Ave, Derby features a lawn, theater, and playground. And in the southwest corner, there is an event center including an indoor reception and outdoor patio. Accommodating up to 370 people, rates start at $800 for an 8-hour rental.

Petroleum Club of Wichita

The address is 100 N Broadway St 900, Wichita. this is a rooftop wedding venue located on top of the iconic Ruffin Building. With views of the skyline and city, it offers personalized service and beautiful décor. Wedding venue fees start at $4500.

The Oread Hotel

Located at 1200 Oread Ave, Lawrence, the hotel has two large outdoor patios. The patio overlooks the city and the Kansas River. There are nine different banquet rooms to choose from, the largest of which can seat up to 275 people. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $4,000.

Oklahoma Wedding Venues

The Dominion House

The main house is located at 602 E. College, Guthrie. The boutique hotel offers both intimate and grand wedding packages, including romantic indoor and outdoor venues. The outdoors includes a wedding garden and a four-season chapel, while the grand ballroom is designed in the opulent style of the 1920s. Wedding packages start at $2,000.

Glass Chapel

This is an intimate wedding venue located at 1401 West Washington St S, Broken Arrow. This chapel offers a unique and romantic wedding venue with a beautiful glass chapel and outdoor garden. The triangular roof and all-glass walls will make you feel like you are in a fairy tale world. Outside, the gardens and woods complement the modern design. The church can accommodate up to 100 guests and wedding packages start from $2450.

The Springs Event Venue

This is a wedding planning company that offers multiple venues. Event venues are located in various cities throughout Oklahoma, including Edmond, Norman, and Tulsa. Versatile and affordable wedding venues are available with a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $3,950.

Texas Wedding Venues

Grand Galvez

This is a historic hotel located at 2024 Seawall Blvd, Galveston. The hotel is surrounded by lush gardens, expansive green spaces, and sparkling beaches. An indoor ballroom and terrace are included, and the ballroom features floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the bay. Up to 200 guests can be accommodated for a great wedding service. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $10,000.

The Bell Tower on 34th

This beautiful clock tower is located at 901 W 34th St, Houston, and has a castle-like interior with a magnificent grand staircase, arches, and marble floors. Every aspect of the building is luxurious. Wedding packages are available on an all-inclusive basis, with prices starting at $10,000 for a Saturday wedding.

The Oasis on Lake Travis

This restaurant is located at 6550 Comanche Trail, Austin.Along with an event center located 450 feet above Lake Travis, offering unparalleled views. An outdoor patio overlooking the lake is available. Up to 400 guests can be accommodated and prices start at $5,000 for Saturday weddings.

Minnesota Wedding Venues

The Gale Mansion

This mansion at 2115 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis is also a very popular wedding venue. With a warm atmosphere and inviting decor, it offers an elegant and convenient space to host the wedding of your choice. 12 hours of rental costs a total of $5,700 including the rental of the mansion and ballroom.

The Outpost Center

The address is 6053 US-212, Chaska. Built on 32 acres of rolling hills and woodlands, it is a beautiful and peaceful venue close to the city. The main venue's red facade and green roof create an oil painting-like backdrop. It has the ambiance of a barn wedding with all the amenities and gorgeous rustic grounds. Wedding packages start at $4675 for 50 guests.

Nicollet Island Pavilion

The event venue at 40 Power Street, Minneapolis is full of unique charm and style. Exposed brick walls and tall industrial ceilings create an open atmosphere full of character. You can have the best views of the Minneapolis bridges and skyline at this venue. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $3,500.

Iowa Wedding Venues

Brenton Arboretum

This is a botanical garden located at 25141 260th St, Dallas Center. It has approximately 2,500 plants representing more than 500 different species, cultivars, and hybrids. Offers great outdoor views and can accommodate up to 300 people. Saturday weddings start at $2,500 and services include access to the gardens and a wedding coordinator.

The Temple for Performing Arts

Located at 1011 Locust Street, Des Moines, it offers a large auditorium, recital hall, and suites for weddings. The Grand Hall can accommodate up to 450 people and features a tinted glass skylight and a magnificent original light fixture and a sculpted ceiling. High-season wedding receptions start at $4000 for the venue.

Figge Art Museum

The Art Museum at 225 W 2nd St, Davenport. The museum's lobby can accommodate 200 guests and has a modern design with high ceilings and terrazzo floors. The striking river view offers countless possibilities. The outdoor terrace provided also offers a magnificent view of the Mississippi River. The rental fee for the lobby is $2,500.

Missouri Wedding Venues

Lemp Mansion

Located at 3322 Demenil Pl, St. Louis, this mansion was once the home of a beer magnate but was the site of three suicides. It has since been turned into a restaurant and hotel, offering historical and ghost tours. The mansion has four sites, including a mansion, terrace, auditorium, and loft. Ceremony fees range from $950-$1900 and meals start at roughly $47 per person.

Jewel Box

The public gardening facility in Saint Louis is made of glass plates and copper frames. It has a variety of flowers and plants and is filled with bright sunlight perfect for wedding photography. It can accommodate up to 250 people as a ceremony venue and costs $1,000.

Wild Carrot

Located at 3901 Shaw Blvd, St. Louis, with indoor hospitality space and loft and terrace. Includes renovated industrial building and outdoor patio. Prices for Saturday weddings start at $4,000 and can accommodate up to 200 people.

Arkansas Wedding Venues

Castle on Stagecoach

This is an old castle located at 6601 Stagecoach Rd, Little Rock. Offering intimate indoor spaces, the castle's unique architecture and décor provide an elegant and luxurious setting. The venue includes a lawn, barn, and stables. Prices start at $6,673 for 50 guests.

The Brick Ballroom

The event space at 119 B S Broadway St, Siloam Springs, was formerly a Chevrolet dealership. The building is 100 years old. Inside are black walls and original tin ceilings, vintage glass chandeliers, blue benches, and a built-in bar with a sink. There are also 5,000 square feet of covered balconies and gardens. The starting venue fee for a high-season wedding is $3,000.

Osage House

Located at 243 Pace Ln, Cave Springs, offers a beautiful and modern wedding venue. The venue is suitable for couples seeking minimalism, with architectural designs mostly in black and white. A chapel will be located a short distance from the lobby and included in the wedding package. With a maximum capacity of 428 people, wedding venue rentals start at $2800 in high season.

Louisiana Wedding Venues

The Elms Mansion

Located at 3029 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, the mansion is a typical Italianate-style building. It features an imported hand-carved marble mantel, decorative cornices, 24-carat gold sconces, and a 48-foot ballroom. Accommodates up to 400 people and starts at $4,500 for a Saturday wedding.

The Presbytère

This museum is located at 751 Chartres St, New Orleans, and has a rich history. A collection of elaborate carnival artifacts and memorabilia. You can hold a ceremony among the beautiful exhibits and rich artifacts and enjoy a fun evening with your family. Accommodates up to 500 guests, starting at $6,590 for 50 guests.

Race + Religious

It is located at 510 Race Street, New Orleans, and has three buildings with brick courtyards filled with greenery. The hotel has 4,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space on the ground floor. Dinner parties can accommodate up to 90 people, and prices start at $7,500 for Saturday weddings.

Alaska Wedding Venues

Alyeska Resort

This is a leisurely resort located at 1000 Arlberg Ave, Girdwood. is Alaska's premier year-round destination. Featuring more than 300 guest rooms, many fine dining experiences, a saltwater pool, a ski hill, and bike park, and a brand-new Nordic Spa. The ballroom can accommodate up to 220 guests. Reception rentals range from $500 to $1,000 and include five hours of event time.

The Alaska Zoo

The Alaska Zoo is located at 4731 O'Malley Rd, Anchorage. Inside are animals such as polar bears, wolves, snow leopards, and other rare species. The zoo has very spacious halls and lawns and a bright greenhouse. Hospitality hall rentals start at $800. Lawn rentals start at $1,450. Greenhouse rentals start at $675.

Hotel Captain Cook

Old fashioned hotel located at 939 W 5th Ave, Anchorage. One of the meeting and function rooms has a stunning panoramic view and fireplace. Panoramic views of the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet. Accommodates up to 600 guests and Saturday weddings start at approximately $5,000.

Hawaii Wedding Venues

Haiku Mill

The address is 250 Haiku Rd, Haiku, a unique European-style building amid Maui's lush surroundings. With over 150 years of history, it is an important landmark. A quaint and beautiful ceremony can be created. The venue can accommodate up to 100 people and prices start at $6,500 for a Saturday wedding.

Kauapea Beach

Also known as Secret Beach, has a 3,000-foot-long North Shore beach. Enjoy a sparsely populated stretch of beach with breathtaking views of Moquawe Island and Kilauea Lighthouse. Perfect for your seaside wedding venue. You can look for the right wedding contractor to prepare everything for you and prices will probably range from $800 to $1500.

Moana Surfrider

The resort is located at 2365 Kalākaua Ave, Honolulu. First opened in 1901, it is just steps from the perfect shores of legendary Waikiki Beach and within walking distance of Honolulu's most popular shopping, dining, and entertainment attractions. There are seven event rooms in total, and the ballroom can accommodate up to 300 people. Wedding packages range in price from $3,500 to $9,500.

To be continued

After introducing the most popular and unique wedding venues in the western and central states, we will continue to cover the wedding venues in the eastern states. Stay tuned for part two of our wedding venue recommendations. In the meantime, if you choose an outdoor wedding venue, check out our multi-sized, stylized wedding tent. it will ensure that your outdoor wedding is not disturbed by the weather.
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2023.05.29 03:07 shroomcircle Trip report: Solo female, 5 nights

Just wanted to jump on and give a rundown of what I did. I had an amazing time and I was really grateful for all the advice and tips I got here. It really helped me settle in and have an amazing time.
I practice a lot of fasting so I didn’t eat as much as many people on here, but for me it was a lot!
Here’s what I did:
Day 1
Arrived to my hotel at Creole Gardens Guesthouse, which is a fabulous gem of a place in the lower garden district.
It was getting late and I was hungry so I followed their recommendation of eating at Superior Seafood and Oyster. I had a crawfish cake type appetiser and a salad. As an Australian, I found both to be really sweet and also really salty at the same time.
I caught the streetcar along St Charles to get there, and it was lovely, but deciding to walk the same route back wasn’t such a great vibe when it got dark. Ubers at dusk!
Day 2
I couldn’t resist my urge to walk, so after researching the neighbourhoods and so on, I walked over to Bearcat in the CBD. This was the first of many times I crossed under the interstate and it was fine. The homeless folks there are just doing their best and I had no trouble.
At bearcat I was intending just to have a coffee, but the vibe was that just sitting to have a drink isn’t really what they want. The latte in a nice pottery mug was really good, but the keto pancakes were a bit meh, and I didn’t finish them.
Then I trekked along Chatres to the Pharmacy museum, which was fantastic; I spent a good while in there.
I decided to check out Verti Marte for lunch, not realising it doesn’t have any seating. Loved the vibe of the proprieter and hoped to get back another day. His mate pointed me up to the french market so after consulting reddit I tried meals from the heart. I ordered a crab cake and after paying the equivalent of $25 Aussie I received one small crab cake on a shred of lettuce. I guess for the money I hoped it would be more substantial. It was real crab and very fresh, but a bit of a bank breaker when I am getting just 61c to the aussie dollar!
After that I wandered on the treme end of bourbon street, went to the Jazz museum and saw the Louis prima exhibit and then did a Passby the touristy end of bourbon. That was already enough for me.
After a freshen up I looked for dinner and tried Corporation Bar and Grill which is meant to have great authentic new orleans specials. It only serves lunch though so as a non drinker I had a club soda and fed the house doggo cheezits. I was getting pretty hungry though and maybe even hangry after the false starts so I ended up at Gus’s World famous fried chicken and had some chicken and fried pickles. It was very good!
Later on I went to the jam at the Royal Frenchman Hotel. Good sounds and I met a guitarist from local band The Swinging Gypsies, who invited me to sit in with his band the next day. Dream come true. I agreed enthusiastically!
Day 3
I needed some slow vibes so I caught the streetcar up St Charles all the way to Upline in Uptown and then wandered along Magazine St checking out all the shops. I started with La Boulangerie and they make a great iced latte there. Very authentic.
I went to every vintage store on the way back towards the quarter and had brunch at Atchafalaya. I had the crab po’boy there and I think that was where I realised that I just don’t love southern food. It was good, crispy fried crab in the bread, but like everywhere else I found it salty and the bread sweet. It was a lovely spot to sit though and others seemed to be diggin’ their meals.
I walked all the way back to my guesthouse along magazine st, and did some great shopping at places along the way.
I met with Kook Teflon, a local medium and ancestral guide and did a great reading a d workshop with her. I highly recommend her to anyone interested in that sort of work. She’s also an amazing performance artist.
I got dolled up for the gig and headed over to Fritzels to see the Swinging Gypsies. They were bloody amazing, and I was invited to sing three songs with them. I felt like all my Christmases had come at once!
After the gig I did another walk down bourbon. Woah! It’s really intense especially if you don’t drink and are in a chill solo vibe! When I got back to the guesthouse my body was screaming for salad, so I ordered a vietnamese vermicelli salad from Ba Chi Canteen. It was huge and could have fed a family!
Day 4
I did High Priest Robi’s Voodou tour and it was an absolute highlight. Robi is an incredible historian and a real Character. He is not for the faint of heart but he is going to give you an incredible insight into real Voudou and the history of Congo square.
After the tour I decided to try a beignet and had some from Lorettas for brunch. I really did enjoy them they were absolutely delish. I got plain ones and listened to a band at the french market.
I then wandered around again and bought some perfume at Hove, which is also an historical experience.
My body was still screaming for fresh food so for dinner I went to Carmo. Oh my lord it is amazing! I had the Burmese fermented tea leaf salad and creole fish ceviche. Their mocktail was amazing and I was so enamoured of the food I ended with this Armenian ‘Banquette bread’ which was like a flat bread pan fried with banana, cinnamon and harvarti. Absolute winner!
Preservation hall after that and Haruka Kikuchi on the trombone with the allstars was a total winner!
Another walk down bourbon on the way home. It was even crazier as the long weekend approached!
Day 5
I wanted to see some nature and get in touch with the land so I signed up for the nola kayak tours morning trip. It was a great experience and we saw a gator, turtles, snakes and the guide gave us some great info about the manchak swamp region.
I’d hoped to go on a cemetery tour with Sally from Red Sash tours, she is the expert and has written books on the topic, but ai had another tour of treme in the evening planned so thought my dance card was full. Well the dude pulled out last minute which sucked, so I missed out on Sally’s tour as well.
I walked along the river and up magazine st to Surreys where my uber driver had recommended I eat. Nice place and I gave southern food one more try with shrimp And grits. I am sure it was a really good shrimp and grits but I realised it’s just not for me. Creamy savoury porridge with prawns. No!
Later I headed to Frenchman st to see some tunes and who did I spy at Bamboulas but the Swinging Gypsies. I went in for a drink and before I knew it I was singing with the band again!
After that I went to the spotted cat and saw the incredible all female jazz band The Shake it up jazz band, with Haruka Kikuchi on bone again. What a vibe that was!
I was pretty tired after the kayak tour where I had a double kayak alone in a strong headwind so i walked back to my guesthouse via carmo again. It was that good!
I walked about 18,000 steps a day, had many a culinary experience and really felt the magic of New Orleans.
I missed out on Toups, Verti Mart, the sculpture garden and city park, the tree of life uptown, bacchanal, oscar rossignoli at snug harbour, palm and pine, igors laundry and so much more! Next time I hope!
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2023.05.29 01:53 Ikestrman Daily Pick'Em Thread Monday, 05/29/2023 Game day

Welcome back to another Pick'Em thread!
This post can be used to discuss your picks for 05/29/2023. If you have any feedback or suggestions on improving the thread further, drop a comment below or message the moderators.
Don't forget: picks must be submitted during the twelve-hour window before Noon EDT on game day, you can only make one selection per day, and missed days count as losses, so choose wisely and don't delay!
Games for Monday, 05/29/2023:
Matchup and Team Records Probable Pitchers (Season ERA) Estimated Win Probability
Cleveland Guardians (23-29) @ Baltimore Orioles (34-19) Logan Allen (3.31) / Tyler Wells (3.47) 46% / 54%
Texas Rangers (33-19) @ Detroit Tigers (25-26) Nathan Eovaldi (2.60) / Matthew Boyd (5.74) 57% / 43%
Kansas City Royals (16-38) @ St. Louis Cardinals (24-31) Josh Staumont (4.76) / Adam Wainwright (6.33) 35% / 65%
Tampa Bay Rays (39-16) @ Chicago Cubs (22-30) Taj Bradley (4.44) / Marcus Stroman (2.95) 57% / 43%
Colorado Rockies (24-30) @ Arizona Diamondbacks (30-23) Karl Kauffmann (9.35) / Ryne Nelson (5.02) 39% / 61%
Minnesota Twins (27-26) @ Houston Astros (31-21) Sonny Gray (1.82) / J.P. France (3.43) 42% / 58%
Pittsburgh Pirates (26-26) @ San Francisco Giants (27-26) Rich Hill (4.27) / Anthony DeSclafani (3.43) 41% / 59%
Atlanta Braves (31-21) @ Oakland Athletics (10-45) Michael Soroka (-) / Paul Blackburn (-) 68% / 32%
Los Angeles Angels (28-26) @ Chicago White Sox (22-33) Griffin Canning (4.95) / Michael Kopech (4.24) 51% / 49%
Washington Nationals (23-30) @ Los Angeles Dodgers (32-22) TBD (-) / Bobby Miller (1.80) 30% / 70%
New York Yankees (32-23) @ Seattle Mariners (28-25) Domingo German (3.75) / Bryce Miller (1.15) 52% / 48%
  1. All columns are Away / Home. Records are typically current as-of the time of posting, and do not always contain the matchup results from the day of posting.
  2. A bolded matchup means that there is a "Probability of Precipitation" greater than 50% in a non-domed stadium at the time of this post.
  3. An italicized matchup means that it is Game 2 of a doubleheader, which for Pick'Em purposes will not be applicable (only Game 1 is counted, but Game 2 is still included above so that you can be aware that pitching management may be different than a non-doubleheader game day).
  4. Probable pitchers and stats sourced from (via the MLB-StatsAPI); weather data soured from the OpenWeather One Call API.
  5. Estimated chance of winning percentages sourced from FiveThirtyEight’s 2023 MLB Game Predictions, an ELO-based, easy to understand ratings system.
Details such as probable pitchers, winning odds, and match certainty are subject to change. Note that a pick for a team in a cancelled game (weather or otherwise) is automatically counted as a correct guess.
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2023.05.28 11:00 BuccosBot Game Day Thread - Sunday, May 28

Pirates @ Mariners - 04:10 PM EDT

Game Status: Pre-Game

Links & Info

Probable Pitcher (Season Stats) Report
Pirates Luis L. Ortiz (1-2, 4.02 ERA, 15.2 IP) No report posted.
Mariners Marco Gonzales (4-1, 5.68 ERA, 44.1 IP) No report posted.
Mariners Lineup vs. Ortiz, L.L. AVG OPS AB HR RBI K
1 Crawford, J - SS - - - - - -
2 France, T - 1B - - - - - -
3 Rodríguez, Ju - CF - - - - - -
4 Kelenic - LF - - - - - -
5 Suárez, E - 3B - - - - - -
6 Raleigh - DH - - - - - -
7 Hernández, T - RF - - - - - -
8 Murphy, To - C - - - - - -
9 Caballero - 2B - - - - - -
10 Gonzales - P - - - - - -
NLC Rank Team W L GB (E#) WC Rank WC GB (E#)
1 Milwaukee Brewers 27 25 - (-) - - (-)
2 Pittsburgh Pirates 26 25 0.5 (111) 3 - (-)
3 St. Louis Cardinals 24 30 4.0 (106) 8 3.5 (106)
4 Cincinnati Reds 23 29 4.0 (107) 9 3.5 (107)
5 Chicago Cubs 22 29 4.5 (107) 12 4.0 (107)

Division Scoreboard

STL 0 @ CLE 1 - Top 3, 0 Outs
SF 0 @ MIL 0 - Top 1, 0 Outs
CIN 0 @ CHC 0 Warmup
Last Updated: 05/28/2023 02:12:23 PM EDT, Update Interval: 5 Minutes
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2023.05.28 10:45 ASGfan Episodic Review - Blind Journey (S5, E12 & 13)

We open with Joe Kagen tending to his farm. The credits say “Leon Charles” as Mr. Standish. Oh my God, I thought we were done with this fool. Charles and Jonathan arrive and inform Joe that the Elders of the Church will be voting again on his application. The previous voting has been deadlocked at 3-3, with Charles, Jonathan and Doc Baker voting to approve, and Nels, Harriet & Judd Larabee voting against. I don’t know much about religion, but how the heck did Judd Larabee become a church elder? Charles and Jonathan take off. At the Ingalls homestead, Caroline announces that if Lars were still around, the whole matter would have been settled by now. I’m guessing Judd took Lars place after he passed away. At church, Harriet has one of her lesser moments by going on a racist tirade complete with scare tactics, which is backed up by Judd. Rev. Alden doesn’t get a vote, which is just weird. It’s his church. And isn’t everyone welcome at church? I’ve stopped trying to understand these things. Nels has had ENOUGH of this garbage and the ayes have it at 4-2. Harriet and Judd storm off while everyone remaining celebrates. Over at the Winoka School For The Blind, Mr. Ames informs everyone that Mr. Standish (Boo!) has bought the place out and will be converting it to another hotel. Mary and Adam send word back to the Grove about the school closing. Charles, Caroline, Alice, Jonathan and Reverend Alden are gathered at I believe the porch of the Garvey residence to discuss the latest events. Alden suggests that Lars’ old house be converted to accommodate the blind school. I don’t have a problem with this, but how did Lars end up with such a huge house? He never married or had children.
Alden decides to ask for a vote of confidence on the matter at church, stating he was unable to sell the house. The matter is approved unanimously. Joe Kagen donates a sow, Judd Larabee donates a cow (didn’t mean to channel Dr. Seuss there). Harriet donates all of the supplies needed to restore the house, including shingles, paint, lumber and nails. Nels smiles approvingly as he seems to have had his faith in his wife restored after her earlier outburst. Oh, and Harriet is also donating the plaque. Thankfully, this doesn’t end up a rerun of the bell episode which left the town divided. Mr. Ames informs Mary and Adam that a telegram from Walnut Grove has arrived and asks them if they want him to read it (Ya think? THEY’RE BLIND!) – Mr. Ames reads the note and informs everyone that Walnut Grove has adopted their school and will be coming to transport them back to their new home. Everyone is relieved, but the celebratory mode is short-lived as Mr. Ames informs Adam that he will be retiring due to health reasons instead of making the move. This might have more of an impact had we known Mr. Ames better. Back in WG, everyone gets to work cleaning up the house in preparation for the arrival of the blind school. Do they need to get that detailed, I mean, it’s not like anyone that’s living there is going to be able to see if there’s a smudge on the window or anything. Oh, it’s announced the Winoka Blind School will be merging with another blind school – run by Hester Sue Terhune of St. Louis. Harriet is ecstatic at the thought of meeting a St. Louis Terhune, believing she is incredibly wealthy. This requires another wagon, so Charles ropes Joe into coming along.
Charles and Joe arrive in Winoka to begin the move, but there’s a problem. Adam’s team of horses that he bought from Mr. Standish have ribs showing. Adam announces that he traded all of the blind school’s furnishings and food for the horses. Adam also sold the family cow for these magic beans. Adam tries to deflect blame for that by arguing that he got Mr. Standish’s word IN WRITING! I don’t think the writers have fully latched onto the subject that THE BLIND CANNOT SEE! Joe and Charles walk the horses over to the saloon. Standish is unamused by this, but starts to backpedal when Charles and Joe explain to his customers how he cheated the blind school. Standish agrees to let them trade for any team in the livery and a wagon.
Everyone gets ready to make the move as Harriet yoohoo’s and waltzes over, having taken the stage from Brookings to meet Mrs. Terhune in person. Mr. Ames says his goodbye to the children, who show no emotion at all. The blind children are tethered to the wagon and will have to walk the entire time. Haven’t they been through enough? The journey begins and Harriet loses a heel. Joe’s taunting laugh is pretty funny. The group encounters a river and Adam has considerable trouble getting across. Adam asks Charles if there any more rivers ahead. Charles replies that there’s only one more and Adam says it will be better for the children. Putz.
PART TWO! – Everyone meets up with the other blind school, which is just getting off the train. Harriet wasn’t expecting that Hester Sue was actually from Pascagoula, Mississippi as opposed to St. Louis, Missouri (nor that everyone at this school is black). Also of importance is that Hester Sue is sighted and I guess she is effectively taking Mr. Ames place, albeit in a more hands-on role. Joe tries to get on Hester Sue’s good side right off the bat, but she doesn’t sound like she’s in the market for a man. Joe tries his luck again that night as everyone is camped out and trying to shelter from the rain, but Hester Sue greets him with a rifle in the face. That’s a little over dramatic. Joe talks to Sampson, a young black boy who was treated rudely by Harriet earlier. Joe tries to explain racism to Sampson, but he doesn’t fully understand since he only sees darkness and not different colors. Harriet overhears and it looks like the message is starting to sink in. Back at the Ingalls homestead, Albert tries smoking Pa’s pipe. Laura chastises him for trying to act older than he is – which is pretty remarkable since Laura did that constantly in her youth, then when she finally became an adult she started acting like a child. Albert turns green and runs off to vomit. If he would have remembered how awful smoking is, it would have prevented a lot of misery in the future.
The next day, the journey resumes as Harriet’s opinions on racial relations have evolved and she now says that there is no such thing as a right color or a wrong color. Atta girl. Back in WG, the plaque is delivered – it’s huge, heavy and bronze. The journey continues as everyone reaches that other river. The rainstorm from last night has made the water too high to cross the same way as before, so Charles and Joe use ropes and a rig and a makeshift chair to get everyone across. As Harriet is going across, Charles lets go of the rope and Harriet is dunked in the water and of course, Charles laughs at her misfortunes. Adam is next, but he won’t budge and just holds onto the rope with all of his might. Joe and Hester Sue try to get Adam to let go of the rope, but he yells and pushes Hester Sue (a woman) to the ground. In return, Joe punches Adam and knocks him out. Joe punches Adam and knocks him out. Oh sorry, that was me hitting the rewind button because I loved that part so much. Joe explains to Hester Sue that he had no choice but to do that (no explanation necessary Joe). That night, Joe and Hester Sue talk once more and Hester Sue tells Joe that he conducted himself nicely that day, but that she has been married before and has no intentions of being married again. Joe explains to her that Walnut Grove is different from St. Louis in that St. Louis has a lot of black folks, but Walnut Grove does not. Elsewhere in camp, Adam wakes up from whatever sleep he was in and tells Mary that the reason he was so afraid of water was because he lost his sight as a child after slipping on a rock in the river and knocking himself out. Okay, I could understand how he wouldn’t like rivers after that, but what is he afraid of? It’s not like he can go blind again.
Everyone closes in on Walnut Grove. Apparently, kids doing “Are we there yet?” dates back to at least the 1800’s. Everyone reaches their destination. Sadly, amidst the chaos and confusion, we get cheated out of Caroline’s ZOMBIE RUN! Another time, for sure. Judd Larabee comes out of the school and confronts Harriet, stating that maybe he could accept one black person in town, but a wagon full of black people is unacceptable to him (as most people of his kind, he’s a liar since he makes it clear he can’t tolerate Joe Kagen in “Barn Burner”). Harriet publicly lectures him on racism as Nels looks on approvingly. Alden gives us an inspirational message as everyone embraces. The blind children still don’t seem all that enthused about anything, but maybe they can predict the future and know that this blind school is going to be short lived? Who knows?
EPISODE WINNER – Joe Kagen – not only was he hilarious throughout, but he got to punch Adam which is something most everyone wanted.
EPISODE LOSER – Adam, for being a coward and a liar and physically assaulting a woman and foolishly allowing the blind school to be cheated by someone he knows is unethical. Also Larrabee, a pathetic presence whenever he surfaces.
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2023.05.28 09:11 wizibets 28 MAY - FREE BETTING PREDICTIONS PORTUGAL: LIGA PORTUGAL 2 SC Farense – Tondela Over 2.5 @ 2.20 / 1 UNITS WTA – SINGLES: FRENCH OPEN (FRANCE), CLAY Bondar – Begu Under 20.5 Shanghai Shenhua – Henan Songshan : Shanghai Over 1.5 @ 1.80 Everton – Bournemouth : Everton Over 1.5 @ 1.55 Total Odds : 2.79 Cleveland Guardians – St.Louis Cardinals Under 8.5 Baltimore Orioles – Texas Rangers Over 8.5
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2023.05.28 04:51 Junior_Button5882 11 Terrifying-But-True Horror Stories Reported in the News - From fatal exorcisms to unexplained deaths and devil worship—these are some real-life nightmares.

A terrifying movie or book or show gets your blood pumping in the moment of consumption, sure—we covered our eyes in Squid Game with the rest of the world. But for the most part, you rest easy afterward knowing that what you've witnessed is fiction, deliberately spun up to creep you out. When the real world gets eerier than anything Stephen King could dream up, that's when you have every right to get a little scared of the dark.
Once in a while, a story of a dreadful disappearance, demonic possession, or devil worship will land in the local paper instead of a pulpy old paperback. We've rounded up the most unnerving real-life tales below. In honor of spooky season, here are eleven we can't stop thinking about.

The Axe Murder House

The Villisca Axe Murder House in Villisca, Iowa is a well-known tourist attraction for ghost hunters and horror lovers alike. The site of a gruesome unsolved 1912 murder, in which six children and two adults had their skulls completely crushed by the axe of an unknown perpetrator, was purchased in 1994, restored to its 1912 condition, and converted into a tourist destination. It costs $428 a night to stay at the old haunted home, where visitors always report strange paranormal experiences, such as visions of a man with an axe roaming the halls or the faint screams of children.
But in November of 2014, the haunting took a darker turn. Robert Steven Laursen Jr., 37, of Rhinelander, Wisconsin was on a regular recreational paranormal visit with friends when true horror struck. Per VICE:
His companions found him stabbed in the chest—an apparently self-inflicted wound—called 9-1-1, and Laursen was brought to a nearby hospital before being helicoptered to Creighton University Medical Center in Omaha.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said Laursen suffered the self-inflicted injury at about 12:45 a.m., which is around the same time the 1912 axe murders in the house began.
Laursen recovered from his injuries, but has never spoken publicly about what occurred that day. For Martha Linn, the owner of the home, the incident was very upsetting. "It's publicity, but it's not exactly the kind of publicity you desire to have. I don't want people thinking that when they come to the Villisca Axe Murder House something's going to happen that's going to make them do something like that.” The house remains open for tourist visits and overnight stays today.
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The Haunted Doll

When you think of haunted dolls, it’s likely the creepy old Victorian-looking porcelain kind that springs to mind. None of which you probably have laying around. Still, don’t get too comfortable around any kids toys too soon, though: a Disney’s Frozen Elsa doll that was gifted for Christmas 2013 in the Houston area made headlines earlier this year when it seemingly became haunted.
Per KPRC2 Houston News:
The doll recited phrases from the movie Frozen and sang “Let It Go” when a button on its necklace was pressed.
“For two years it did that in English,” mother Emily Madonia said. “In 2015, it started doing it alternating between Spanish and English. There wasn’t a button that changed these, it was just random."
The family has owned the doll for more than six years and never changed its batteries. The mother says the doll would randomly begin to speak and sing even with its switch turned off.
The family decided to throw the creepy doll out in December of 2019. Weeks later, they found it inside a bench in their living room. “The kids insisted they didn’t put it there, and I believed them because they wouldn’t have dug through the garbage outside,” Madonia told KPRC2 Houston News.

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At that point, Elsa ceased to sing the English rendition of “Let It Go” altogether, speaking only Spanish when pressed. The family then double-bagged the bizarre doll and placed it at the bottom of their garbage which was taken out on garbage day. They went on a trip shortly after, but when they returned, Elsa too had come back, and was waiting in the backyard of their home.
This time, the family mailed Elsa to a family friend in Minnesota, who taped the haunted doll to the front bumper of his truck. It doesn’t seem to have made its way back to Houston yet, as per Madonia’s latest February Facebook update on the creepy doll.

A Deadly Exorcism

In August 2016 in North London, 26-year-old Kennedy Ife began acting strange and aggressive following a pain in his throat. He reportedly bit his father, threatened to cut off his own penis, and complained of a python or snake inside of him before his family restrained him to a bed with cable ties and excessive force.
As the BBC reported:
“The family then set about attempting to ‘cure’ Kennedy through restraint and prayer over the next three days, the court was told.”
His brother, Colin Ife, told police:
“It’s clear that thing was in him, what we believed was a demon because it was not natural. It was clearly trying to kill him,” he said.
“We had to restrain him for himself. It was clear if we didn’t restrain him, he could have tried to harm people in our family.”
Kennedy Ife had been bound to his bed for three days without medical attention when his brother called emergency services, explaining that Kennedy Ife was complaining of dehydration. He appeared to have developed breathing issues, and was pronounced dead at 10:17 a.m.
As The Independent reported:
While police were at the house Colin Ife allegedly carried out an “attempted resurrection” by chanting and praying for Mr. Ife.
All seven of Kennedy Ife’s family members were accused of manslaughter, false imprisonment, and causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult. A post-mortem examination revealed over 60 wounds including a possible bite on Kennedy Ife’s body, and his father, Kenneth Ife, along with four of his brothers, sustained injuries as well.
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The BBC reported:
Kenneth Ife told jurors he ordered his sons to take shifts and use "overwhelming force" but denied that an "association with cults, occults and secret societies" played any part in the death.
After a four day jury deliberation, all seven family members were cleared of charges on March 14, 2019.
📷Witches prepare themselves for a journey by broomstick to the Black Mountain, circa 1650. From a 17th century Dutch copperplate by Adrianus Hubertus.Hulton Archive

Dead Animals in the Walls

When the Bretzuis family decided to insulate their home in Auburn, Pennsylvania in 2015, they discovered that it had already been—with scores of dead animal carcasses.
As Fox reported:
The dead animals were wrapped in newspapers from the 1930s and 40s and were among half-used spices, and other items.
After removing the items they sent hundreds of artifacts and carcasses to an expert in Kutztown.
The expert attributed the rotting animals in their walls to Pow-wow or Dutch magic, a ritual originating in the culture of the Pennsylvania Dutch to treat ailments and gain physical and spiritual protection. The Pennsylvania Dutch were a group of German-speaking settlers to Pennsylvania in the 1600 and 1700’s, and are often of Lutheran, Mennonite, or Amish faiths.
The Washington Post notes on the magic:
Many of the spells deal with the care of livestock, finding water, or the treatment of minor ailments, reflecting the conditions and concerns of early American settlers.
But powwow also has within it a tradition of darker spells, and even of such things as conjuring demons.
One notable ritual in their tradition is this hex to create loyalty in a dog:
To attach a dog to a person, provided nothing else was used before to effect it: Try to draw some of your blood, and let the dog eat it along with his food, and he will stay with you.
The mold found on the rotting carcasses in the Bretzuis home has caused illness among the family members, and they say that the odor hasn’t gone away.
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Florida Devil Worshipping

Friends noticed that Danielle Harkins, a 35-year-old schoolteacher near St. Petersburg, Florida, started acting strangely in June of 2012, developing an interest in demonic rituals.
Soon after, she was arrested for abuse of seven of her former students, as the Tampa Bay Times reported:
Danielle Harkins told the kids they needed to rid their bodies of demons as the group gathered before dusk Saturday around a small fire near the St. Petersburg Pier. They should cut their skin to let the evil spirits out, police said she told the children. Then, they needed to burn the wounds to ensure that those spirits would not return.
When Harkins held a lighter to one teen's hand, wind blew the flame out, police said. That prompted her to douse his hand in perfume before setting it on fire. The boy suffered second-degree burns, police said.
Another teen was cut on the neck with a broken bottle, police said. Harkins used a flame to heat a small key, which she then used to cauterize the wound.
The police were notified because a friend of one of the students who participated in the ritual raised alarms. However none of the students themselves told their parents about the event or would comment following the arrest of Harkins for aggravated battery and child abuse.
NBC reported:
Investigators said they've spoken to Harkins, but she didn't spell out what type of religion would require such drastic measures.
"She hasn't informed us exactly what she was trying to accomplish with this," Puetz [of the St. Petersburg Police Department] said.

The Death of Elisa Lam

Elisa Lam was last seen on January 31, 2013 in the lobby of the Cecil Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. She was vacationing through the West Coast, documenting the trip on her blog, and checking in with her parents every day. On January 31 those calls stopped. Lam had vanished. Soon the police were involved and her parents arrived to help with the search.
They had nothing. That February, LAPD released elevator surveillance footage of Lam before her disappearance. The footage shows Lam behaving strangely in the elevator, appearing to talk with invisible people, peering around the corner of the door, crouching in the corner, and opening and closing the door. But what exactly is going on in this video raises more questions than answers. Theories range from psychotic episodes, to demonic possession, to unknown assailants just out of the camera's view:
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Around that time, hotel guests started reported weird things happening with the Cecil Hotel water supply. As CNN reports:
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"The shower was awful," said Sabina Baugh, who spent eight days there during the investigation. "When you turned the tap on, the water was coming black first for two seconds and then it was going back to normal."The tap water "tasted horrible," Baugh said. "It had a very funny, sweety, disgusting taste. It's a very strange taste. I can barely describe it."But for a week, they never complained. "We never thought anything of it," she said. "We thought it was just the way it was here."
On the morning of February 19, a hotel employee climbed to the roof and used a ladder to investigate the hotel's water storage tanks. That's where authorities found the decomposing, naked body of Lam, whose personal items were found nearby. After an autopsy, her death was labeled accidental. NBC Los Angeles reported at the time about the strange circumstances in the hotel's past:
The tank has a metal latch that can be opened, but authorities said access to the roof is secured with an alarm and lock.The single-room-occupancy hotel has an unusual history. "Night Stalker" Richard Ramirez, who was found guilty of 14 slayings in the 1980s, lived on the 14th floor for several months in 1985. And international serial killer Jack Unterweger is suspected of murdering three prostitutes during the time he lived there in 1991. He killed himself in jail in 1994.In 1962, a female occupant jumped out of one the hotel's windows, killing herself and a pedestrian on whom she landed.
In February 2021, a Netflix doc called Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel explored Elisa's tragic case and the history of the "cursed" Cecil Hotel.

An Exorcism in Indianapolis

Last year, the Indianapolis Star published a lengthy report on a family terrorized by three children allegedly possessed by demons. The account of Latoya Ammons and her family tells disturbing stories of children climbing up the walls, getting thrown across rooms, and children threatening doctors in deep unnatural voices. It would seem like something straight out of a movie–a work of fantasy, except all of these accounts were more or less corroborated with "nearly 800 pages of official records obtained by the Indianapolis Star and recounted in more than a dozen interviews with police, DCS personnel, psychologists, family members and a Catholic priest."
One of the more chilling sections of the report includes a segment about the possessed 9-year-old:
According to Washington's original DCS report—an account corroborated by Walker, the nurse—the 9-year-old had a "weird grin" and walked backward up a wall to the ceiling. He then flipped over Campbell, landing on his feet. He never let go of his grandmother's hand.
Another segment of the piece reads:
The 12-year-old would later tell mental health professionals that she sometimes felt as if she were being choked and held down so she couldn't speak or move. She said she heard a voice say she'd never see her family again and wouldn't live another 20 minutes.
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Utah Murder-Suicide

In September of 2014, a Utah teen returned to his home to find his parents and three siblings dead. "In a notebook, a 'to-do list' had been scribbled on the pages ... The list looked as if the parents were readying to go on vacation—items such as 'feed the pets' and 'find someone to watch after the house' were written," The Salt Lake Tribune reported. It appeared to be murder-suicide, but there was no suicide note, no prior indication that they would do this, no explanation. Police could not figure out why two parents would kill themselves and three of their four children.
For a year, no one knew exactly what happened to the family, or what would drive the parents to do something so unthinkable. In January, police released more chilling details in the case. According to accounts from family members and an investigation by police, the parents were driven by a belief that the apocalypse was coming and an obsession with a convicted killer. As the Washington Post reported:
Friends and family told police that the parents were worried about the "evil in the world" and wanted to escape a "pending apocalypse." But most assumed they just wanted to move somewhere "off the grid." Investigators also found letters written by Kristi Strack to one of the state's most infamous convicted killers, Dan Lafferty, who was convicted in the 1984 fatal stabbing of his sister-in-law and her 1-year-old daughter. According to trial testimony, he killed the victims at the order of his brother, Ron Lafferty, who claimed to have had a revelation from God. The story became a book called "Under the Banner of Heaven."Police said Kristi Strack became friends with Dan Lafferty, and she and her husband even visited him in prison.

The Phone Stalker

In 2007, ABC news documented a series of cell phone calls to families with terrifyingly specific death threats. The unidentified callers knew exactly what families were doing and what they were wearing.
The families say the calls come in at all hours of the night, threatening to kill their children, their pets and grandparents. Voice mails arrive, playing recordings of their private conversations, including one with a local police detective.The caller knows, the families said, what they're wearing and what they're doing. And after months of investigating, police seem powerless to stop them.
This went on with the Kuykenall family for months, who reported a caller with a scratchy voice threatening to slit their throats.
When the Fircrest, Wash., police tried to find the culprit, the calls were traced back to the Kuykendalls' own phones -- even when they were turned off.It got worse. The Kuykendalls and two other Fircrest families told ABC News that they believe the callers are using their cell phones to spy on them. They say the hackers know their every move: where they are, what they're doing and what they're wearing. The callers have recorded private conversations, the families and police said, including a meeting with a local detective.

"The Watcher"

After moving into their $1.3 million dream home, a New Jersey family started receiving creepy death threats from someone who identified themselves as "The Watcher." As CBS News reported earlier this year:
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Since moving in, the owners said they have received numerous letters from the mysterious person. "The Watcher" claimed the home "has been the subject of my family for decades," and "I have been put in charge of watching and waiting for its second coming," Castro reported.The new owners have several children, and other letters asked, "Have they found out what's in the walls yet?" and "I am pleased to know your names now, and the name of the young blood you have brought to me."
The family was forced to flee from their home and later filed a lawsuit against the previous owners.

Issei the Cannibal

In 1974, 24-year-old Wako University student Issei Sagawa allegedly followed a German woman to her home in Tokyo, Japan, broke into her apartment while she was sleeping, and attempted to cut a piece of flesh off her body to consume. When she awoke, she reportedly fought him and he was later captured by the police. According to a 2012 Vice documentary that covered Issei's bizarre story, he was mistakenly charged with attempted rape and his wealthy father paid the victim a settlement outside of court to have the charges dropped.
Seven years later, in 1981, he allegedly committed a murder in France—shooting and eating a fellow University student, Renée Hartevelt. Issei creepily documented the entire experience with photographs and he was captured by authorities once again while attempting to dump the rest of her body in the Bois de Boulogne lake. He was deported back to Japan and committed to a mental institution. For reason unknown, his psychologists in Japan declared that he was sane. Furthermore, a legal technicality involving the French government refusing to turn over the documents from his case meant that his murder charges were dropped completely. He checked himself out of the mental hospital and has reportedly been walking the streets as a free man ever since. Issei has even become a controversial celebrity, writing over 20 books. According to Japan Today, he most recently fantasized about an unnamed TV actress, saying:
"I'll catch a glimpse of her thigh and think, 'That sure looks tasty.' But I don't feel like I actually want to eat it. As I accomplished the act of cannibalism once, there's no meaning to maintaining the desire for it anymore. In my book, I wrote that it [human flesh] was tasty, but that was not really true; I'd much rather eat Matsuzaka (Kobe) beef. But because I'd desired to consume human flesh for so long, I'd managed to convince myself that it would necessarily be delicious."
Issei Sagawa was also referenced in the Rolling Stones song "Too Much Blood," with the lyrics reading: "And when he ate her he took her bones/To the Bois de Boulogne." He is currently 73 years old and continues to live in Kawaski City, Japan. To this day, no one knows why France did not allow Japan to give him a trial.
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2023.05.27 18:10 ILoveCreatures A great time last week with my Mom

I had posted a potential itinerary 3 months ago right when I first planned a 5 night trip with my mom.
The day we left happened to be the 6mo anniversary of my dad's passing - I was traveling with my 86yo mom, who had always wanted to go to New Orleans (her vision was traveling down the Mississippi though).
I appreciated help from u/tyrannosaurus_cock/ and u/sardonicmnemonic/ they help many folks on here.
--Day 1: 36$ taxi from airport - arrived at noon and fortunately could check in early at Grenoble House along Dauphine. Went a block to Killer Po'boys. Mom wasn't thrilled with the music inside so we ate by the courtyard pool in the hotel - delicious start! Walked FQ a little, back to change, by now it's raining hard but we have umbrellas. Those don't protect from all the puddles though! My mom was game though for our trip across FQ to Muriel's. Mom choose Muriel's by looking at menus I sent her. I was a little dubious to reserve there but we both loved our meals - their shrimp and grits was probably my favorite entree for the trip (probably a lot of cream, butter but hey). Great table near J. sq. Bread pudding fabulous. Had considered hottest hell tour here but didn't want to walk through tons of puddles, so back to rest.

--Day 2: got up fairly early - thought this would be the best day for City Park since other days had breakfast reservations. Jazzy pass got us to city park w streetcar - we immediately went to Cafe du M for beignets, then sculpture garden and NOMA cafe had great salads. Checked out some paintings within, then back to streetcar, use hotel hot tub, showering at hotel. Dinner at GW Fins another wonderful table location. Had lobster dumplings, tuna tartare and we both had the scallibut (not original choices but soo good!) we both love seafood. I remember someone in this sub complaining about the too-quick speed of GW Fins ruining the meal for them - although the meal wasn't ruined for us at all, I can kind of see what they were getting at. Our meal was done in an hour (no dessert) but that was ok for us. Then walked the FQ a little, saw the dueling pianos at Pat's (this was something my mom wasn't thrilled with..too loud since she never goes to bars). Then a Preservation Hall performance with seats in front. We both loved it of course my mom knew dad would have loved it as well.

--Day 3: Hottest day for us - Breakfast at Brennan's - wonderful seating again - this time at the courtyard window near the famous turtles - cute to watch. Baked apple (mom's idea) was a great choice, mimosa, we both had poached egg dishes. Just splendid - favorite breakfast for the trip. Walked along Royal st shops, museum, Ms Rau was just a different experience for an antique store. Looked for Doreen Ketchens this day and the next but she wasn't playing this weekend. Alongside J Square and walked behind a shoes-asking guy for a while, watching his patter. Then along riverfront which was hot w the sun, but just took it with rests in shade and water we took along. Then to Creole Queen historical tour. This was something my mom had really wanted to do..closest to her older plans to visit NOLA by coming along the river. Guide was outstanding, but my mom didn't like the 1 hr stop at the battlegrounds, she'd have rather traveled further along the river and back. Then to canal streetcar up to our hotel - had dinner at Napoleon House (fortunately a short walk since my mom was tired). Artichoke dip, muffuletta, Pimms cup, croissant sand.

--Day 4: Lots of walking for this day - fortunately it was cloudy and pleasant. Went to some parts of FQ we hadn't seen yet (Decatur) but just more trinkety stores. Circled back to musical legends park just to sit before our jazz brunch at Arnaud's. Didn't want poached eggs again and had the crawfish cheesecake - probably my second favorite entree in a trip of wonderful meals. Band came and played at our table but didn't ask for a request (which was fine for us) - my mom recognized the song from the jazz music my dad would play in the past. Then went inside Jackson square, cathedral and eventually a streetcar up canal to St Charles streetcar for Garden District tour with Lucky Bean tours. Great guide - Tim. Mom was glad to be walking along sidewalks without lots of tourists and shops. I understand the need to get out of the FQ. Then back to streetcar and ate dinner at Meril's - we both had lamb and feta flatbreads a delicious change. Walked to streetcar stop but car wasn't going to come for a walked back to hotel. Mom has a great amount of energy and ability for a 86yo - she can deal with the uneven sidewalks and holes - don't know how less mobile people do it. She kept saying that other folks in her retirement village would have a hard time.

--Day 5: Didn't really have plans for this day. I had thought one day we'd go on a plantation tour but my mom has seen enough plantations so we took that out. Found a cemetery tour at 1015 with Haunted History, back to the streetcar up to cemeteries. Had beignets at Morning Call before the tour (we thought they were better than Cafe DM but both taste great). This was historical and not a ghost tour (never got to do one of those) we learned about burial practices, yellow fever, other history - saw 5 cemeteries and the Katrina memorial. Back to hotel for lunch of delicious leftovers (muff. and flatbread). Then Louis Armstrong park/Congo square near hotel. Back to use pool, hot tub. Then St Ch streetcar to dinner at Commander's Palace in the garden room! Emphasis on service here - we each had the 3 course dinner with shrimp and risotto. I think if I could change one thing I would have changed my entree selection here. We ended our evening with bananas foster flambé and wow that was a big flame! Checked the Le Pass app when we finished and fortunately we were quick enough to get to a streetcar before it left the stop. It would have been a bit of a wait for another one. I was always concerned about my mom's safety and comfort and was concerned about this part (using streetcars at night)

--Day 6: Went to Jimmy J's cafe in morning but they seem to be a little place and they didn't have a table. So returned to Jazz L. park at ate at Cafe Beignet - very pleasant to eat there before it gets crowded with a line. 36$ rate again for taxi back to airport - said so long to NOLA!

We absolutely loved our trip - had great conversations. Things went so smoothly. Besides the FQ we got out to city park, garden district, midcity and a spot in the CBD. I did have to make several restaurant reservations beforehand. Reservations for Brennan's and CP go very quickly - I made a reminder on my phone to do it. I made our tour and paddleboat reservations once we were in NO.
Things I planned to do but didn't: see Doreen Ketchens, visit Pharmacy museum (wasn't open on days we could do it), do a ghost tour
Weather was good but there were times you needed to be in the shade from the heat. I probably over-prepared for the heat with lots of extra underwear and tank tops that I didn't use but they don't take up much room in a suitcase anyway. Small umbrella was good to bring. Try to check out how the Le Pass app works before you have to actually use it.
Thank you to the folks in this sub who spend some time to help out-of-towners like us. Great memories!
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2023.05.27 16:37 letsgobetaverse Gobetaverse Betting & Prediction Line UP - May 27th (117 sport events)

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United States - NBA

Boston Celtics @ Miami Heat

United States - MLB

San Diego Padres @ New York Yankees
Chicago White Sox @ Detroit Tigers
Toronto Blue Jays @ Minnesota Twins
Texas Rangers @ Baltimore Orioles
Houston Astros @ Oakland Athletics
Washington Nationals @ Kansas City Royals
Pittsburgh Pirates @ Seattle Mariners
San Francisco Giants @ Milwaukee Brewers
Los Angeles Dodgers @ Tampa Bay Rays
Philadelphia Phillies @ Atlanta Braves
Boston Red Sox @ Arizona Diamondbacks
St. Louis Cardinals @ Cleveland Guardians
Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago Cubs
New York Mets @ Colorado Rockies
Miami Marlins @ Los Angeles Angels

United States - NHL

Dallas Stars @ Vegas Golden Knights

Spain - La Liga

Sevilla FC vs Real Madrid

Italy - Serie A

Salernitana vs Udinese
Spezia vs Torino
Fiorentina vs AS Roma
Inter Milan vs Atalanta

Germany - Bundesliga

Bochum vs Leverkusen
Dortmund vs FSV Mainz
E. Frankfurt vs Freiburg
FC Koln vs Bayern Munich
Monchengladbach vs FC Augsburg
RB Leipzig vs Schalke 04
Stuttgart vs Hoffenheim
Union Berlin vs Werder Bremen
Wolfsburg vs Hertha Berlin

France - Ligue 1

Angers vs Troyes
Clermont vs Lorient
Lens vs AC Ajaccio
Lille vs Nantes
Lyon vs Reims
Marseille vs Brest
Montpellier vs Nice
Rennes vs Monaco
Strasbourg vs Paris SG
Toulouse vs Auxerre

Portugal - Primeira Liga

Gil Vicente vs Casa Pia
Chaves vs Boavista
Estoril vs Maritimo
Benfica vs CD Santa Clara
FC Porto vs Guimaraes
Portimonense vs Arouca
Sporting Braga vs Pacos Ferreira

Spain - La Liga 2

Burgos vs Lugo
FC Andorra vs Villarreal B
Albacete vs Mirandes
Malaga vs UD Ibiza
Granada vs Leganes
Huesca vs Eibar
Las Palmas vs Alaves
Levante vs Real Oviedo

United States - MLS

CF Montreal vs Inter Miami
New England vs Chicago Fire
New York City vs Philadelphia
Orlando City vs Atlanta Utd
Toronto vs DC United
Houston Dynamo vs Austin
Minnesota Utd vs Real Salt Lake
St. Louis City vs Vancouver
Colorado Rapids vs Cincinnati
LA Galaxy vs Charlotte
Seattle vs New York RB
SJ Earthquakes vs Dallas
Sporting KC vs Portland

Russia - Premier Liga

Khimki vs Ural
Torpedo Moscow vs Orenburg
FC Krasnodar vs CSKA Moscow
PFC Sochi vs Zenit

Poland - Ekstraklasa

Cracovia Krakow vs Wisla Plock
Lech Poznan vs Jagiellonia
Legia Warsaw vs Slask Wroclaw
Miedz Legnica vs Gornik Zabrze
Piast Gliwice vs Lechia Gdansk
Pogon Szczecin vs Radomiak Radom
Rakow C. vs Zaglebie Lubin
Stal Mielec vs Warta Poznan
Widzew Lodz vs Korona Kielce

Sweden - Allsvenskan

Mjallby vs Halmstad
Brommapojkarna vs Sirius

Denmark - Superligaen

Odense BK vs AC Horsens

Austria - Austrian Bundesliga

Altach vs A. Lustenau
Hartberg vs Ried
Wolfsberger AC vs Tirol

Scotland - Premiership

Celtic vs Aberdeen
Hearts vs Hibernian
St. Mirren vs Rangers

Croatia - HNL

Istra vs Slaven Belupo
Osijek vs Rijeka

Czech Republic - 1 Liga

Slovan Liberec vs Hradec Kralove

Argentina - Liga Profesional

A. Tucuman vs Arsenal Sarandi

Brazil - Brasileiro Serie A

Athletico PR vs Gremio
Fortaleza vs Vasco da Gama
Cuiaba vs Coritiba
Flamengo vs Cruzeiro
Sao Paulo vs Goias

Saudi Arabia - Saudi Pro League

Abha vs Al Hilal
Al Batin vs Al Adalh
Al Fateh vs Damak
Al Feiha vs Al Ittihad
Al Ittifaq vs Al Nassr
Al Raed vs Al Khaleej
Al Shabab vs Al Taawon
Al Tai vs Al Wahda

Japan - J1 League

C. Sapporo vs Nagoya G.
S. Hiroshima vs Shonan Bellmare
Vissel Kobe vs FC Tokyo
Sagan Tosu vs Kashima Antlers
Kyoto Sanga vs Urawa RD

South Korea - K League 1

Jeju Utd vs Suwon Bluewings
Daegu vs Incheon Utd

International - Tennis

Grigor Dimitrov vs Taylor Fritz (Geneva ATP - SF - Clay)
Francisco Cerundolo vs Cameron Norrie (Lyon ATP - SF - Clay)
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2023.05.27 11:21 Baskerwolf Itinerary Feedback

Thanks for all of the helpful advice on the last thread I started! I could use a bit of help with food recommendations for some of these locations. My friend would prefer to eat on the cheap. I could also use help with Tuesday and things to do in the Garden District. Here's my tentative itinerary:

Arrive at Hotel at 5:30pm
Dinner - Killer Po'Boys at 219 Dauphine or Cafe Beignet on Royal St
Night - Oz Bar (friend really wants to go)

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 Tour
Congo Square
Louis Armstrong Park
Lunch - Bennachin
New Orleans Jazz Museum
Dinner - Dian Xin
7:30pm - Ghost Tour

St. Louis Cathedral
Old Ursuline Convent
Jackson Square
French Market
Lunch - Verti Marte
Woldenberg Park
Ferry over to Algiers Point
Dinner - ??

Historic New Orleans Collection
Lunch - Lilly's
1:30pm Garden District Tour
Lafayette Cemetery No. 1
Dinner - ??

Cabildo - Start of Go City Pass
1850 House and Museum Gift Shop
The Presbytere
Lunch - MRB Bar and Kitchen
Creole Queen Historic Cruise
Dinner - Felipe's

National WWII Museum - plan to spend almost all day there
Lunch - Conchon Butcher
Dinner - Mulate's

Take the streetcar to City Park
New Orleans Botanical Garden
Lunch - Cafe Du Monde
New Orleans Museum of Art
Dinner - ??

Pharmacy Museum
Walk Frenchman Street to Flora Coffee Shop then up Dauphine toward Bargain Center and then toward Crescent Park Bridge.
Lunch - ??
2:30pm Get to MSY
4:30pm Fly out of MSY
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2023.05.27 11:00 BuccosBot Game Day Thread - Saturday, May 27

Pirates @ Mariners - 04:10 PM EDT

Game Status: Pre-Game

Links & Info

Probable Pitcher (Season Stats) Report
Pirates Vince Velasquez (4-3, 3.06 ERA, 35.1 IP) No report posted.
Mariners Luis Castillo (3-2, 2.97 ERA, 57.2 IP) No report posted.
Pirates Lineup vs. Castillo, L AVG OPS AB HR RBI K
1 Marcano - SS - - - - - -
2 Reynolds, B - LF .000 .100 9 0 0 3
3 Joe - 1B 1.000 2.500 2 0 3 0
4 Santana - DH .300 1.133 10 1 1 1
5 Suwinski - CF .000 .000 2 0 0 0
6 Hayes - 3B .286 .661 7 0 0 1
7 Bae - 2B - - - - - -
8 Palacios, J - RF - - - - - -
9 Delay - C - - - - - -
10 Velasquez - P - - - - - -
Mariners Lineup vs. Velasquez AVG OPS AB HR RBI K
1 Crawford, J - SS .000 .000 1 0 0 0
2 France, T - 1B .000 .200 4 0 0 1
3 Rodríguez, Ju - CF .000 .000 1 0 0 0
4 Kelenic - LF .000 .000 2 0 0 2
5 Suárez, E - DH .500 1.625 6 1 2 1
6 Raleigh - C - - - - - -
7 Hernández, T - RF .273 .818 11 1 2 7
8 Caballero - 3B - - - - - -
9 Wong, Ko - 2B .167 1.042 6 1 1 1
10 Castillo, L - P - - - - - -
NLC Rank Team W L GB (E#) WC Rank WC GB (E#)
1 Milwaukee Brewers 27 24 - (-) - - (-)
2 Pittsburgh Pirates 26 24 0.5 (112) 2 - (-)
3 Chicago Cubs 22 28 4.5 (108) 8 4.0 (109)
4 St. Louis Cardinals 23 30 5.0 (106) 9 4.5 (107)
5 Cincinnati Reds 22 29 5.0 (107) 10 4.5 (108)

Division Scoreboard

SF @ MIL 04:10 PM EDT
CIN @ CHC 07:15 PM EDT
STL @ CLE 07:15 PM EDT
Last Updated: 05/27/2023 01:42:09 PM EDT, Update Interval: 5 Minutes
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2023.05.27 10:33 wizibets 27 MAY - FREE BETTING PREDICTIONS Strasbourg – Paris SG : PSG Over 1.5 @ 1.57 Stuttgart – Hoffenheim : Stuttgart Over 1.5 @ 1.45 Total Odds : 2.27 SPAIN: LALIGA2 Las Palmas – Alaves 2 or 3 goals @ 2.00 SWITZERLAND: CHALLENGE LEAGUE Wil – Yverdon 2nd Half : Over 1.5 goals WTA – SINGLES: STRASBOURG (FRANCE) Blinkova – Svitolina Blinkova @ 2.10 / 2 UNITS Cleveland Guardians – St.Louis Cardinals Under 8.5 Tampa Bay Rays – Los Angeles Dodgers Over 8
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2023.05.27 04:48 mostreliablebottle If Best Picture was decided by Critics Polls (1940-2021)

Roughly 7 years ago u/TheGreatZiegfeld did an experiment of a post to determine what the best films of each year would be from 1940 to 2011 (before the 2012 S&S polls).
With the recently updated TSPDT and the 2022 S&S list, I decided to do the same from 1940 to 2021 regarding what critics thought were the best of each year.
Keep in mind this is all from a critics' poll, not from one specific critic's list. Also no short films or miniseries (meaning no Twin Peaks or Meshes of the Afternoon), as well as those from 2022 and beyond because of the last S&S poll.
With all that in mind, let's begin.
Winner: His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks)
Other nominees: The Great Dictator (Charlie Chaplin), The Grapes of Wrath (John Ford), The Shop Around The Corner (Ernst Lubitsch), The Philadelphia Story (George Cukor)
Winner: Citizen Kane (Orson Welles)
Other nominees: The Lady Eve (Preston Sturges), Sullivan's Travels (Preston Sturges), The Maltese Falcon (John Houston), How Green Was My Valley (John Ford)
Winner: Casablanca (Michael Curtiz)
Other nominees: The Magnificent Ambersons (Orson Welles), To Be Or Not To Be (Ernst Lubitsch), The Palm Springs Story (Preston Sturges), Cat People (Jacques Tourneur)
Winner: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (Powell and Pressburger)
Other nominees: Day of Wrath (Carl Theodor Dreyer), Shadow of a Doubt (Alfred Hitchcock), I Walked with a Zombie (Jacques Tourneur), Ossessione (Luchino Visconti)
Winner: Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder)
Other nominees: Ivan the Terrible, Part I (Sergei Eisenstein), Meet Me in St. Louis (Vincente Minnelli), A Canterbury Tale (Powell and Pressburger), To Have and Have Not (Howard Hawks)
Winner: Children of Paradise (Marcel Carné)
Other nominees: Rome, Open City (Roberto Rossellini), Brief Encounter (David Lean), I Know Where I'm Going (Powell and Pressburger) Les Dames du bois de Boulogne (Robert Bresson)
Winner: It's a Wonderful Life (Frank Capra)
Other nominees: A Matter of Life and Death (Powell and Pressburger), Notorious (Alfred Hitchcock), My Darling Clementine (John Ford), Paisan (Roberto Rossellini)
Winner: Black Narcissus (Powell and Pressburger)
Other nominees: Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur), Monsieur Verdoux (Charlie Chaplin), The Lady from Shanghai (Orson Welles), The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Winner: Bicycle Thieves (Vittorio De Sica)
Other nominees: The Red Shoes (Powell and Pressburger), Letters from an Unknown Woman (Max Ophüls), Spring in a Small Town (Mu Fei), Germany Year Zero (Roberto Rossellini)
Winner: The Third Man (Carol Reed)
Other nominees: Late Spring (Yasujirō Ozu), Kind Hearts and Coronets (Robert Hamer), She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (John Ford), White Heat (Raoul Walsh)
Winner Rashomon (Akira Kurosawa)
Other nominees; Sunset Boulevard (Billy Wilder), All About Eve (Joseph L. Mankiewicz), Los Olvidados (Luis Buñuel), In a Lonely Place (Nicholas Ray)
Winner: The River (Jean Renoir)
Other nominees: Diary of a Country Priest (Robert Bresson), Miracle in Milan (Vittorio De Sica), Early Summer (Yasujirō Ozu), Strangers on a Train (Alfred Hitchcock)
Winner: Singin' in the Rain (Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly)
Other nominees: Ikiru (Akira Kurosawa), Umberto D. (Vittorio De Sica), The Life of Oharu (Kenji Mizoguchi), The Quiet Man (John Ford)
Winner: Tokyo Story (Yasujirō Ozu)
Other nominees: Ugetsu (Kenji Mizoguchi), The Earrings of Madame de (Max Ophüls), The Band Wagon (Vincente Minnelli), Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (Jacques Tati)
Winner: Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa)
Other nominees: Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock), Journey to Italy (Roberto Rossellini), La Strada (Federico Fellini), Sansho the Bailiff (Kenji Mizoguchi)
Winner: Ordet (Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Other nominees: The Night of the Hunter (Charles Laughton), Pather Panchali (Satyajit Ray), All That Heaven Allows (Douglas Kirk), Floating Clouds (Mikio Naruse)
Winner: The Searchers (John Ford)
Other nominees: A Man Escaped (Robert Bresson), Written on the Wind (Douglas Sirk), Aparajito (Satyajit Ray), Bigger Than Life (Nicholas Ray)
Winner: Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman)
Other nominees: The Seventh Seal (Ingmar Bergman), Nights of Cabiria (Federico Fellini), Throne of Blood (Akira Kurosawa), Sweet Smell of Success (Alexander Mackendrick)
Winner Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock)
Other nominees: Touch of Evil (Orson Welles), Ashes and Diamonds (Andrzej Wajda), Ivan the Terrible, Part II (Sergei Eisenstein), The Music Room (Satyajit Ray)
Winner: The 400 Blows (François Truffaut)
Other nominees: Some Like It Hot (Billy Wilder), North by Northwest (Alfred Hitchcock), Rio Bravo (Howard Hawks), Pickpocket (Robert Bresson)
Winner: Breathless (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock), La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini), L'Avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni), The Apartment (Billy Wilder)
Winner: Viridiana (Luis Buñuel)
Other nominees: Last Year at Marienbad (Alain Resnais), La Notte (Michelangelo Antonioni), West Side Story (Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins), Yojimbo (Akira Kurosawa)
Winner: Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean)
Other nominees: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Ford), Jules and Jim (François Truffaut), Cléo from 5 to 7 (Agnes Varda), L'Eclisse (Michelangelo Antonioni)
Winner 8 1/2 (Federico Fellini)
Other nominees: Le Mepris (Jean-Luc Godard), The Leopard (Luchino Visconti), The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock), The Executioner (Luis García Berlanga)
Winner: Dr. Strangelove (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Gertrud (Carl Theodor Dreyer), The Gospel According to St. Matthew (Pier Paolo Pasolini), The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Jacques Demy), Black God, White Devil (Glauber Rocha)
Winner: Pierrot Le Fou (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: Chimes at Midnight (Orson Welles), Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (Sergei Parajanov), Le Bonheur (Agnes Varda), Doctor Zhivago (David Lean)
Winner: Persona (Ingmar Bergman)
Other nominees: Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky), Au Hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson), The Battle of Algiers (Gillo Pontecorvo), Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni)
Winner: Playtime (Jacques Tati)
Other nominees: Mouchette (Robert Bresson), Le Samouraï (Jean-Pierre Melville), Belle de Jour (Luis Buñuel), The Graduate (Mike Nichols)
Winner: 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Once Upon a Time in the West (Sergio Leone), Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski), Memories of Underdevelopment (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea), Faces (John Cassavetes)
Winner: The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah)
Other nominees: The Color of Pomegranates (Sergei Parajanov), Kes (Ken Loach), My Night at Maud's (Eric Rohmer), Army of Shadows (Jean-Pierre Melville)
Winner: The Conformist (Bernado Bertolucci)
Other nominees: Wanda (Barbara Loden), Performance (Nicholas Roeg), Husbands (John Cassavetes), Tristana (Luis Buñuel)
Winner: A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Death in Venice (Luchino Visconti), McCabe & Mrs. Miller (Robert Altman), A Touch of Zen (King Hu), Out 1 (Jacques Rivette)
Winner: The Godfather (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Aguirre, the Wrath of God (Werner Herzog), Cries and Whispers (Ingmar Bergman), The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Luis Buñuel), Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky)
Winner: Amarcord (Federico Fellini)
Other nominees: The Mother and the Whore (Jean Eustache), The Spirit of the Beehive (Victor Erice), Don't Look Now (Nicholas Roeg), Badlands (Terrence Malick)
Winner: The Godfather: Part II (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Chinatown (Roman Polanski), A Woman Under the Influence (John Cassavetes), Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (Rainer Werner Fassbinder), Celine and Julie Go Boating (Jacques Rivette)
Winner: Jeanne Dielman (Chantal Akerman)
Other nominees: Mirror (Andrei Tarkovsky), Barry Lyndon (Stanley Kubrick), Nashville (Robert Altman), Jaws (Steven Spielberg)
Winner: Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese)
Other nominees: News from Home (Chantal Akerman), Kings of the Road (Wim Wenders), In the Realm of Senses (Nagisa Oshima), The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (John Cassavetes)
Winner: Annie Hall (Woody Allen)
Other nominees: Star Wars (George Lucas), Close Encounter of the Third Kind (Steven Spielberg), Eraserhead (David Lynch), The Ascent (Larisa Shepitko)
Winner: Killer of Sheep (Charles Burnett)
Other nominees: Days of Heaven (Terrence Malick), The Deer Hunter (Michael Cimino), The Tree of Wooden Clogs (Ermanno Olmi), In a Year with 13 Moons (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
Winner: Apocalypse Now (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky), Alien (Ridley Scott), Manhattan (Woody Allen), All That Jazz (Bob Fosse)
Winner: Raging Bull (Martin Scorsese)
Other nominees: The Shining (Stanley Kubrick), The Empire Strike Back (Irvin Kershner), Heaven's Gate (Michael Cimino), The Elephant Man (David Lynch)
Winner: Raiders of the Lost Ark (Steven Spielberg)
Other nominees: Possession (Andrzej Żuławski), Blow Out (Brian de Palma), Mad Max 2 (George Miller), An American Werewolf in London (John Landis)
Winner: Blade Runner (Ridley Scott)
Other nominees: Fanny and Alexander (Ingmar Bergman), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Steven Spielberg), The Thing (John Carpenter), The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese)
Winner: Sans Soleil (Chris Marker)
Other nominees: L'Argent (Robert Bresson), Videodrome (David Cronenberg), Nostalgia (Andrei Tarkovsky), A Nos Amours (Maurice Pialat)
Winner: Once Upon a Time in America (Sergio Leone)
Other nominees: Paris, Texas (Wim Wenders), Love Streams (John Cassavetes), Amadeus (Milos Forman), Stranger Than Paradise (Jim Jarmusch)
Winner: Shoah (Claude Lanzmann)
Other nominees: Come and See (Elem Klimov), Ran (Akira Kurosawa), Vagabond (Agnes Varda), Brazil (Terry Gilliam)
Winner: Blue Velvet (David Lynch)
Other nominees: The Green Ray (Eric Rohmer), The Sacrifice (Andrei Tarkovsky), Aliens (James Cameron), Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen)
Winner: Wings of Desire (Wim Wenders)
Other nominees: Where is the Friend's House (Abbas Kiarostami), The Dead (John Huston), Withnail and I (Bruce Robinson), Yeelen (Souleymanne Cisse)
Winner: My Neighbor Totoro (Hayao Miyazaki)
Other nominees: Cinema Paradiso (Giuseppe Tornatore), Distant Voices, Still Lives (Terence Davies), The Thin Blue Line (Errol Morris), Grave of the Fireflies (Isao Takahata)
Winner: Do the Right Thing (Spike Lee)
Other nominees: A City of Sadness (Hou Hsiao-hsien), Crimes and Misdemeanors (Woody Allen), When Harry Met Sally (Rob Reiner), The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (Peter Greenaway)
Winner: Close-Up (Abbas Kiarostami)
Other nominees: Goodfellas (Martin Scorsese), Days of Being Wild (Wong Kar-wai), An Angel at My Table (Jane Campion), Paris is Burning (Jessie Livingston)
Winner: A Brighter Summer Day (Edward Yang)
Other nominees: Daughters of the Dust (Julie Dash), The Double Life of Veronique (Krzysztof Kieslowski), The Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme), Raise the Red Lantern (Zhang Yimou)
Winner: Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood)
Other nominees: The Quince Tree Sun (Victor Erice), Orlando (Sally Potter), Life, and Nothing More (Abbas Kiarostami), Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino)
Winner: The Piano (Jane Campion)
Other nominees: Schindler's List (Steven Spielberg), Three Colors: Blue (Krzysztof Kieslowski), Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis), The Puppetmaster (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
Winner: Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino)
Other nominees: Satantango (Bela Tarr), Chungking Express (Wong Kar-wai), Three Colors: Red (Krzysztof Kieslowski), Through the Olive Tree (Abbas Kiarostami)
Winner: Heat (Michael Mann)
Other nominees: Underground (Emir Kusturica), Safe (Todd Haynes), Casino (Martin Scorsese), Dead Man (Jim Jarmusch)
Winner: Breaking the Waves (Lars von Trier)
Other nominees: Fargo (Joel Coen), A Moment of Innocence (Mohsen Makhmalbaf), Secrets and Lies (Mike Leigh), Crash (David Cronenberg)
Winner: Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami)
Other nominees: Happy Together (Wong Kar-wai), Lost Highway (David Lynch), Boogie Nights (Paul Thomas Anderson), Princess Mononoke (Hayao Miyazaki)
Winner: Histoire(s) du Cinema (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: The Thin Red Line (Terrence Malick), The Big Lebowski (Joel Coen), The Celebration (Thomas Vinterberg), Flowers of Shanghai (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
Winner: Beau Travail (Claire Denis)
Other nominees: Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson), The Matrix (Wachowskis), Eyes Wide Shut (Stanley Kubrick), All About My Mother (Pedro Almodovar)
Winner: In The Mood for Love (Wong Kar-wai)
Other nominees: Yi Yi (Edward Yang), The Gleaners and I (Agnes Varda), Werckmeister Harmonies (Bela Tarr), In Vanda's Room (Pedro Costa)
Winner: Mulholland Drive (David Lynch)
Other nominees: Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki), La Ciénaga (Lucrecia Martel), A.I: Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg), The Fellowship of the Ring (Peter Jackson)
Winner: City of God (Fernando Meirelles)
Other nominees: Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks (Wang Bing), Talk to Her (Pedro Almodovar), Russian Ark (Aleksandr Sukurov), Morvern Callar (Lynne Ramsay)
Winner: Goodbye, Dragon Inn (Tsai Ming-liang)
Other nominees: Dogville (Lars von Trier), Lost in Translation (Sofia Coppola), Elephant (Gus van Sant), Oldboy (Park Chan-wook)
Winner: Tropical Malady (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Michel Gondry), The Intruder (Claire Denis), Before Sunset (Richard Linklater), Sideways (Alexander Payne)
Winner: Caché (Michael Haneke)
Other nominees: The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (Cristi Puiu), Brokeback Mountain (Ang Lee), The New World (Terrence Malick), Grizzly Man (Werner Herzog)
Winner: Syndromes and a Century (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Inland Empire (David Lynch), Pan's Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro), The Lives of Others (Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck), Children of Men (Alfonso Cuaron)
Winner: There Will Be Blood (Paul Thomas Anderson)
Other nominees: No Country for Old Men (Coens), Zodiac (David Fincher), Silent Light (Carlos Reygadas), 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days (Cristian Mungiu)
Winner: The Headless Woman (Lucrecia Martel)
Other nominees: WALL-E (Andrew Stanton), Synecdoche, New York (Charlie Kaufman), The Dark Knight (Christopher Nolan), Hunger (Steve McQueen)
Winner: The White Ribbon (Michael Haneke)
Other nominees: A Prophet (Jacques Audiard), Fish Tank (Andrea Arnold), Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino), Avatar (James Cameron)
Winner: Uncle Boonmee (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Nostalgia for the Light (Patricio Guzman), The Social Network (David Fincher), Mysteries of Lisbon (Raul Ruiz), Meek's Cutoff (Kelly Reichardt)
Winner: The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick)
Other nominees: A Separation (Asghar Farhadi), Melancholia (Lars von Trier), The Turin Horse (Bela Tarr), Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)
Winner: Holy Motors (Leos Carax)
Other nominees: The Act of Killing (Joshua Oppenheimer), The Master (Paul Thomas Anderson), Amour (Michael Haneke), Tabu (Miguel Gomes)
Winner: Under the Skin (Jonathan Glazer)
Other nominees: The Great Beauty (Paolo Sorrentino), Blue is the Warmest Color (Abdellatif Kechiche), Ida (Pawel Pawlikowski), 12 Years a Slave (Steve McQueen)
Winner: Boyhood (Richard Linklater)
Other nominees: Goodbye to Language (Jean-Luc Godard), The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson), Girlhood (Celine Sciamma), Interstellar (Christopher Nolan)
Winner: Mad Max; Fury Road (George Miller)
Other nominees: Carol (Todd Haynes), Cemetery of Splendor (Apichatpong Weerasethakul), The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-hsien), No Home Movie (Chantal Akerman)
Winner: Moonlight (Barry Jenkins)
Other nominees: Toni Erdmann (Maren Ade), American Honey (Andrea Arnold), Arrival (Denis Villeneuve), Certain Women (Kelly Reichardt)
Winner: Get Out (Jordan Peele)
Other nominees: Zama (Lucrecia Martel), Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson), You Were Never Really Here (Lynne Ramsay), Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig)
Winner: Roma (Alfonso Cuaron)
Other nominees: Happy as Lazzaro (Alice Rohrwacher), Burning (Lee Chang-dong), An Elephant Sitting Still (Hu Bo), Shoplifters (Hirokazu Kore-eda)
Winner: Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Celine Sciamma)
Other nominees: Parasite (Bong Joon-ho), Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino), Atlantics (Mati Diop), First Cow (Kelly Reichardt)
Winner: Nomadland (Chloe Zhao)
Other nominees: Time (Garrett Bradley), Never Rarely Sometimes Always (Eliza Hitman), Days (Tsai Ming-liang), Quo Vadis, Aida? (Jasmila Zbanic)
Winner: Petite Maman (Celine Sciamma)
Other nominees: The Power of the Dog (Jane Campion), Drive My Car (Ryusuke Hamaguchi), Titane (Julia Docournau), Memoria (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
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2023.05.26 21:53 Silly-Staff-8629 Diagram of Eurostar Group (Eurostar and Thalys) Services

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2023.05.26 17:10 letsgobetaverse Gobetaverse Betting & Prediction Line UP - May 26th (38 sport events)

Start Here! How to make betting picks and predictions with Gobetaverse?

United States - MLB

Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago Cubs
Chicago White Sox @ Detroit Tigers
Los Angeles Dodgers @ Tampa Bay Rays
Texas Rangers @ Baltimore Orioles
San Diego Padres @ New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals @ Cleveland Guardians
Philadelphia Phillies @ Atlanta Braves
Washington Nationals @ Kansas City Royals
San Francisco Giants @ Milwaukee Brewers
Toronto Blue Jays @ Minnesota Twins
New York Mets @ Colorado Rockies
Miami Marlins @ Los Angeles Angels
Boston Red Sox @ Arizona Diamondbacks
Houston Astros @ Oakland Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates @ Seattle Mariners

Spain - La Liga

Mallorca vs Valencia
Osasuna vs Athletic Bilbao

Italy - Serie A

Sampdoria vs Sassuolo

Portugal - Primeira Liga

Rio Ave vs Famalicao
Vizela vs Sporting CP

Spain - La Liga 2

Real Zaragoza vs Tenerife

France - Ligue 2

Annecy vs Bordeaux
Caen vs Saint-Etienne
Dijon vs Paris FC
Guingamp vs Niort
Laval vs Nimes
Quevilly Rouen vs Amiens
Rodez Aveyron vs Pau FC
SC Bastia vs Le Havre
Sochaux vs Metz
Valenciennes vs Grenoble

Sweden - Allsvenskan

Degerfors vs Hammarby

Denmark - Superligaen

Odense BK vs AC Horsens

Croatia - HNL

Varazdin vs Lok. Zagreb

Czech Republic - 1 Liga

Slovan Liberec vs Hradec Kralove

Argentina - Liga Profesional

A. Tucuman vs Arsenal Sarandi

Egypt - Egyptian Premier League

El Geish vs Al Ahly

International - Tennis

Sebastian Baez vs Cameron Norrie (Lyon ATP - QF - Clay)
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2023.05.26 11:00 BuccosBot Game Day Thread - Friday, May 26

Pirates @ Mariners - 10:10 PM EDT

Game Status: Pre-Game

Links & Info

Probable Pitcher (Season Stats) Report
Pirates Mitch Keller (5-1, 2.44 ERA, 62.2 IP) No report posted.
Mariners George Kirby (5-3, 2.62 ERA, 58.1 IP) No report posted.
Pirates Lineup vs. Kirby AVG OPS AB HR RBI K
1 McCutchen - DH - - - - - -
2 Reynolds, B - LF - - - - - -
3 Joe - RF - - - - - -
4 Santana - 1B - - - - - -
5 Suwinski - CF - - - - - -
6 Hayes - 3B - - - - - -
7 Marcano - SS - - - - - -
8 Bae - 2B - - - - - -
9 Hedges - C .000 .000 1 0 0 0
10 Keller, M - P - - - - - -
Mariners Lineup vs. Keller, M AVG OPS AB HR RBI K
1 Crawford, J - SS .500 1.167 2 0 0 0
2 France, T - 1B - - - - - -
3 Rodríguez, Ju - CF - - - - - -
4 Kelenic - LF - - - - - -
5 Suárez, E - 3B .200 .929 10 1 1 6
6 Raleigh - C - - - - - -
7 Hernández, T - RF - - - - - -
8 Trammell - DH - - - - - -
9 Wong, Ko - 2B .267 .820 15 1 2 2
10 Kirby - P - - - - - -
NLC Rank Team W L GB (E#) WC Rank WC GB (E#)
1 Milwaukee Brewers 27 23 - (-) - - (-)
2 Pittsburgh Pirates 25 24 1.5 (112) 2 - (-)
3 St. Louis Cardinals 23 29 5.0 (107) 8 3.5 (109)
4 Chicago Cubs 22 28 5.0 (108) 9 3.5 (110)
5 Cincinnati Reds 22 29 5.5 (107) 10 4.0 (109)

Division Scoreboard

CIN 9 @ CHC 0 - Final
STL 0 @ CLE 0 - Bottom 2, 2 Outs
SF @ MIL 08:10 PM EDT
Last Updated: 05/26/2023 07:33:55 PM EDT, Update Interval: 5 Minutes
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2023.05.26 06:41 doorknobbin The Timeline - Extended Reunion, Podcasts, Social Media and Show

HMP=Howie Mandel Podcast notes
CHD=Call Her Daddy w/Ariana Podcast notes
Not noted = Show
Tim=Sandoval Rachel=Raquel
February 10, 2014: Ariana and Tim are official
Approx Feb 17, 2014: Annemarie Kunkel (Miami Girl) sleeps with Tom Sandoval
Sometime in 2017: Ariana and Kristen become good friends.
Sometime in 2017: Billie Lee is accused of an affair with Scandoval by Kristen Doute at the season 6 reunion as shown in unaired footage. Denied by both Billie and Tim.
**Please note there is a confirmed affair that happens sometime between Annemarie and Rachel**
*Please note that there are other possible (likely) affairs throughout but only one has been confirmed*
Sometime in 2018: HMP- Tim says his relationship began to deteriorate with Ariana.
March 2019: Ariana and Tim become homeowners
April 27, 2021: Rachel Leviss cuts her hair into a bob
May 16, 2021: James Kennedy and Rachel Leviss get engaged (an epic proposal, and it was WASTED ON YOUU!) Tim pays an exorbitant amount of money towards the proposal.
SUMMER 2021: (HMP) [Prior to your kiss with Rachel, was there a] time where you sat down yes and said I don't know that this is working to Ariana? I think it was like a year prior that I kind of drew a line (then goes off on how she doesn't apologize? basically said he brought it up around this time)
September 5, 2021: Rachel's bob gets a lot blonder
October 5, 2021: Give them Lala makeup party, Rachel and Tim pose closely
October 19, 2021: The inception of Tim Scamdoval and the Most Extras (beginning of the midlife crisis?)
December 4, 2021: (Season 9 Reunion), Rachel and DJJK (James Kennedy) break off their engagement. Rachel cites a nearly 2 year lack of physical intimacy, among other issues.
December 4, 2021: (Reunion, Season 9) Ariana reveals she has frozen her eggs. Says she has asked Tim to fertilize them several times already and reiterates he should.
December 4, 2021: (Reunion, Season 9) Katie says that Schwartz never hears from Sandoval and is never helping /around to work on their bar, despite Tim using it as an excuse to be away from home
January 2022: (Reunion, Season 10) Tim (2023) says that he started having feelings for Rachel since "last year". Andy: Looking back when did you realize you had feelings for Raquel? Tim: \deep sigh* Honestly, throughout last year, like beginning of the year, I really started to see and get to know who she was.*
Feb 12, 2022: Rachel posts about the superbowl and bud light (Tim's drink idk if this is relevant)
April 17, 2022: (Coachella) Rachel posts a photo of her and Tim. Captions it "I'm on an island 🌵✌️"
April 19, 2022: (Coachella) Rachel posts a photo with the caption: "Let me tell ya the magic was strong this night because I felt the most confident i've ever felt before in my life...she's here to stay [meaningless emojis i'm not searching for lol]"
April ??, 2022: (Coachella) After Ariana went to bed, Tim told Rachel that he and Ariana had an open relationship. Rachel repeated this to a friend, who told Scheana, who brought it up in the extended reunion episode.
April 2022: Rumor has it Tom Schwartz and Rachel were making out at Coachella...except he wasn't the Tom at Coachella ☕️🫖 Author's note: The Scandoval started at Coachella and Tom is predictable.
May 31- June 4, 2022: Rachel is competing for Miss California [places 15th]. Tim is on video saying "Thank you" when someone says Rachel is beautiful. Scheana, Brock and Ariana attend as well.
June 9, 2022: Katie posts informing the public about her decision to divorce Tom Schwartz.
June 24, 2022: Ariana Madix's Birthday
July 7, 2022: Tim's official 40th year of punishing us all (birthday). HMP: Says this is when he knew he needed to make a change bc he was unhappy in life and with his relationship
July 14, 2022: Rachel posts with the caption "secrets don't make friends...friends make secrets" Not sure if this is Scandoval related
Mid July: (HMP) Tim reveals that he was trying to push Schwartz and Rachel to get together just before filming. Schwartz was absolutely not into it and had zero interest in Rachel.
Mid July, 2022: Filming of VPR season 10 begins
July ??, 2022: Rachel discusses a mystery man that loves to go down on her in a Never Before Scene with Scheana
July ??, 2022: Peter takes care of a very drunk Rachel, bringing her home and holding her hair while she puked. He spends the night at her apartment. Tim later texts Peter asking if he "banged" Rachel. Peter was confused as Tim rarely texts him and was concerned the show was portraying him negatively. Upon watching the episode, Peter was even more confused because it wasn't edited to make it look like they slept together
August 2, 2022: Ariana's dog, Charlotte York Maddix passes away
August 3, 2022: Tim is at Guy's Night at the Mondrian. Rachel joins after ditching Katie's Divorce trip. Tim later admits this is when they first have sex in Rachel's car, even though we all know it was in the car he was driving. He rings the doorbell for Ariana to let him in.
August 3, 2022: (HMP) TRANSLATED: I thought you guys kissed for the first time at the door? No, the backyard, we have a fire pit, around there. Actual: of like you said the first time it was the kiss it was a kiss at the door well that's what started oh that's what started something but and then it it we backed off but then it's just uh you said you were locked out of the house this all happened on the porch uh our backyard wow yeah yeah going along like it no no like we have a fire pit and like a thing and yeah wow and it was kind of yeah I mean look like
August 10?, 2022: The night at the Abbey, this is also apparently the first time that Tom and Rachel have sex. At the reunion they say nothing happened at Guy's night, Rachel and Tim were discussing his relationship issues with Ariana and an emotional bond was formed. According to the reunion nothing happened until the night at the Abbey after See You Next Tuesday
August 10?, 2022: Tom, Tom Rachel at Sur w/Lisa; Tim is elated and drooling over Rachel. Lisa clocks Later go to the Abbey together where they are spotted by James Kennedy and Ally. Ally was weirded out by the interaction or dancing or whatever between Rachel/Tim
August --, 2022: (HMP) I got my ass into therapy immediately to try to figure out what the hell I'm gonna do like because the feelings were something very very strong like and those feelings that I had um started to kind of like take over in a sense like logic all that fucking went out the window
August 12, 2023: Rachel invites James to a party at "Tom Sandoval's house. I know you're invited bc Tom Sandoval told me"
August 13, 2022: Rachel calls Lala a mistress bimbo. Is in Ariana's home at her party. Just before this was the night at the Mondrian that I am trying to find a date for that Rachel and Tim are saying they first had sex
August ??, 2022: Rachel states on WWHL she had never thought of Schwartz as a potential romantic partner Andy: Did you really not realize that you didn't have any kind of Crush on Schwartz until Scheana put the idea in your head? Rachel: Yes, correct. I didn't view him that way.
August 21, 2022: (White Party) Schwartz and Rachel "make out" to deliberately hurt Katie.
August 23, 2022: (Scheana's wedding) Tim and Rachel disappeared for approx. 3 hours. Allegedly caught by guests making out but the guests didn't know who they were at the time.
August 31, 2022: Schwartz says this is the day he learned about the one night stand only
September 5, 2022: Newport Labor Day party. Death of Ariana's Grandmother. Tim refused to leave to go to Ariana, instead stayed and partied with his mistress. Hung up on her, lied about not knowing his ride left, lied about ubers not being able to come.
September 8, 2022: Scheana tells Scandoval that there are open relationship rumors going around, started by Katie.
September 8, 2022: Ariana is in Florida. Rachel, maybe Schwartz and Tim go to Ariana's house to use her hot tub. Rachel "dips out" and spends the night in Tim's room. Er, Guest Room. Wait no, couch. Schwartz both slept there and at his apartment depending on if you ask Rachel or Tim.
September ??, 2022: Tim gets his sperm checked to begin the process of fertilizing Ariana's eggs
September ??, 2022: Tim and Tom discuss his relationship with Ariana, lays groundwork for painting her as the villain.
September 12, 2022: (Glamping Trip) Schwartz jokes that Rachel has a that are taken.
September 13, 2022: Rachel buys herself the lightning bolt necklace for $780 USD.
September 17, 2022: (SAH party) Rachel ambushes Katie at Sur. Confronts her. Tim and Rachel tag team Mother Teri Maloney like the cunexttuesdays they are.
September 17, 2022: Rachel grills Ariana on her sex life with Tim. Specifically digging into whether she's still sexually attracted to Tim, to which Ariana emphatically states she is. Rachel tells Ariana that she should have ended her relationship with James when they stopped wanting to have sex, implying Ariana should do the same
September 19, 2022: Life is Beautiful Festival. The "very long time" Tom waited to f*ck Rachel again. Rachel posts a video on Tim's shoulders and a photo with the caption "it's giving Harley Quinn falls in love with the Joker Poison Ivy vibes🃏🙌⚡️". Scheana, Brock and friends attend.
October --, 2022: Rachel wears the TomTom Sweater; season MVP Katie Maloney texts Tom Schwartz that "[Rachel] is following [Schwartz] around like a puppydog fangirl". Tom responds: "She's not here for me. Trust me"
October 28, 2022: (Video, loosely transcribed) "I feel like I am always true to who I am and being newly single I'm exploring a different side of life, trying to have fun and figure out who I am as a person...I'm constantly evolving and...from the very beginning I wanted to be the girl that I am sitting before you right now."
October 30, 2022: Dresses as an angel with the caption "Angel Energy"
October 31, 2022: Tim dresses up as Mistress Rachel. Rachel and Ariana wear matching costumes to a friend's halloween/birthday party.
November 15, 2022: Posts photo w/ caption: "not sure what to caption this but here's 3 emojis (Lightning Bolt) (Crystal Ball) (Bathroom door Girl sign emoji) [later deciphered as 1. Tom's 2. Future 3. Girl]
November --, 2022: Rachel is seen at a Most Extras concert that she didn't post on social media
December 25, 2022: Rachel and Tim spend Christmas in St Louis with his family CHD- Ariana said Rachel and Tim went to St Louis several times
Throughout January: Ariana and Tim were improving their relationship. Were intimate several times through January. Both Tim and Ariana say that after they had spent time in therapy she put in more effort and their relationship improved.
January --, 2023: Ariana and Tim deny open relationship rumors. Both affirm that they are in a monogamous relationship.
January 25, 2023: (weekend) Scheana states on her podcast that the Vegas weekend for Brittany Cartwright's birthday Rachel, Tim, Tom and Jo went away to Big Bear for the weekend and turned their locations off. Schwartz said it was just a Ski trip with Tim, but Rachel and Jo were both photographed there as well.
Feb 8, 2023: Tim and Tom both appear on WWHL; Tom's behaviour is notably weird to host Andy Cohen.
Feb 8, 2023: (CHD) Rachel was in NYC staying in the same hotel room and Tim. Ariana suspects this is why Schwartz was so nervous on WWHL.
Feb 9, 2023: Rachel posts about how great she was this season. Looking forward to the audience seeing her "standing in her power" "showing her growth" and "finding her voice and confidence"
Feb 10, 2023: Ariana and Tim's 9 year anniversary, celebrated at a steakhouse (photographed) would be the same restaurant he takes Rachel to after the reunion
Feb 14, 2023: Tim spends with Ariana and Rachel; says on Howie Mandel's podcast that he broke up with her this day. CHD-Ariana said Tim bought her flowers and took her out for Valentines day. Rachel and other friends join them out. When they returned home, he brought up a conversation about breaking up. Tim also said he was having a midlife crisis. Ariana said she never said she was going to commit suicide, she was going to deactivate social media move etc. They talked it through and left it as "to be continued" Ariana says one drunk conversation wasn't the end of the relationship. Ariana said he will have to be the one who ends it by more or less physically leaving.
Feb 15, 2023: Producer Baskin asks Tim point blank if anything physical has ever happened between him and Rachel. He denies all accusations of inappropriate conduct.
Feb --, 2023: (HMP) Ariana had asked Tom about fertilizing the eggs she froze. Tom says she was fully in denial because he had already broken up with her. (putting this here bc he says they broke up valentine's day)
Feb 28, 2023: Rachel and Tim have virtual sex via facetime, Tim records the call to his camera roll
March 1, 2023: At a Most Extras concert, Tim's phone falls out of his pocket and is handed to Ariana. Ariana finds a screen recording of Tim and Rachel masturbating, leaves the establishment.
March 1, 2023: Rachel and Scheana do WWHL, Rachel names Tim the hotter Tom, Scheana Mike Tyson's her after Rachel nonchalantly tells her about the affair \personal liberties taken with this description**
March 1-2, 2023: (CHD) Tim yells at Ariana until 6am the following morning. She says she texted close friends of hers and his to make them aware of the situation, including production.
March 2, 2023: Alex Baskin, the executive producer of “Vanderpump Rules,” tells Variety that Madix had called production the day before to tell them what had happened.
March 2, 2023: (HMP) Tim said that it wasn't fair that Ariana didn't want to film the dissolution of their relationship so he called production to capture everything. This is directly opposite of an executive producer (Alex Baskin) has recounted-as stated above.
March 2-3: Tim is angry at Ariana, yelling at her. He refuses to leave their shared home and is openly antagonistic. Ariana is surrounded by friends who help mediate.
March 3, 2023 (Early Morning): Filming of VPR Season 10 resumes. They were already filming when the TMZ story published. (According to Alex Baskin)
March 3, 2023 Scandoval goes public at 12:06 pm PT on March 3, TMZ broke the news about the breakup, with a headline that blared: “TOM SANDOVAL & ARIANA MADIX CALL IT QUITS … Allegations He Cheated With Costar Raquel Leviss.
March 4, 2023: Tim issues a heartfelt apology to Schwartz and his business partners. Begins it with "hey, I know ur mad" does not mention anyone else.
March 8, 2023: Tim issues an apology to Ariana.
March 8, 2023: Rachel issues an apology to Ariana. Captions it "I'm sorry 🥺 💔"
March 9, 2023: Posts follow up apology talks about health. Doesn't want to "label" her relationship with Tom. No caption.
March 23, 2023: Filming of the VPR season 10 reunion. All cast except Scheana/Rachel interact
March 29, 2023: Rachel is pictured with a (not sponsored) Beis weekender bag outside of Ariana's house while she is out of town at a wedding in Mexico. Ariana is sent Beis's full collection afterward.
April 3, 2023: the last time Tim and Rachel were seen together was actually April 3rd, where Tim brings Rachel to the airport.
Apr 5, 2023: Schwartz was on WWHL, shat the bed revealed he knew in August, Rachel was Tim's Heroin, the Affair became an "open secret" in January.
Apr 11, 2023: Howie Mandel Interview
April 26, 2023: James Kennedy was on WWHL
May 23, 2023: (CHD) Ariana says that to date Rachel has been sending letters addressed to Tim. She believes they are still in a relationship.
Howie Mandel
*-*we kissed for the first time in the back yard over the fire pit (not the night at the abbey, Mondrian or Coachella)
-says he went to the drummer's wedding alone bc Ariana didn't want to go; Kristen says Ariana had covid and couldn't
-On getting close to Rachel: she was so awesome like getting to know her like she's so kind she's like smart she's witty she's fun she's like she's like she's hot she's down for it
-"I got Ariana and I into Couple's Therapy" Ariana during the finale said “then we go to couples therapy…” suggesting they in-fact did not go to couples therapy.
-plan to break up in therapy---but also before the reunion but also after the reunion
-Tom called a producer to tell them they were breaking up and that's why cameras picked back up. He said he had to hold himself accountable, refuses all accountability, tells production to get the camera out of his face
-Tom, Jo, Tim and Rachel spent a weekend in Big Bear (Scheana's Podcast)
-Lala said that Tim and Rachel were found under the covers in bed together at a party (Lala or Scheana's podcast idk)
-at some point Ariana is at home when she sees Tim leave the guest room where Rachel was sleeping Tim says he was getting her a glass of water
-Ariana allegedly caught Tom coming from the guest room one night when Rachel was staying over. He said he was getting her a glass of water. (Lala, on a podcast w Scheana)
Does anyone remember during the show Scheana says she would trust Raquel being in bed with Brock? and “It’s not even like this was an, ‘Oops. We kissed one time when we were on acid at Coachella.’ This was a full blown love affair”
"I’m furious with Oliver for making me look a certain way which is not representative of who I am at all,” she says in her interview. He’s very openly a cheater and hasn’t done anything to hide it or keep his wife from finding out which makes me think he wants her to feel bad."
The way Rachel said in her confessional that she wanted to know how it felt to have sex with someone she loved like that, gives me emotional affair vibes. They were talking about doing this long before anything physical happened, hence the “we said we would never do this unless it meant something” or whatever TF they said. Gag.
CHD- Ariana confirms he left her bed to fuck Rachel in the guest bed in their home and returned to bed with Ariana after
CHD- Ariana said that throughout the affair their camera roll was full of great moments and memories
CHD-Ariana asked Tom if he just wanted to have sex, or if he wanted to have sex with her. Tom wasn't great at expressing what he liked about her
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