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Neiman Marcus’ last call sale is in the final day of its pre sale. You can beat the crowds today, and put merch on hold, but you cannot take the merch with you until tomorrow. The signs say “Up to 65 percent off” with most of the prices I saw at the 65 percent discount. That’s more generous than I’ve seen in the past. Most of the men’s clothing and gifts that caught my eye got the 65 percent markdown.

Don’t forget Last Call on 4 on the 4th floor, where today only, everything that is an additional 30 percent off, except for items already marked down for clearance. If you can’t make it today, check back over the weekend when one item is discounted 40 percent with a postcard. Just ask for a postcard at the registers on the 4th floor to get the discount.

Uber Outlet across from Bachman’s at 60th and Lyndale has offered good deals on stuff for babies and men’ The outlet is closed for a short while after the holiday, but a temporary store in the Minneapolis skyway has opened with clothes and accessories for newborns to size 10. Sample savings: Ugg inspired glitter boots ($10, reg. $35),
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formal girls’ dresses ($10 and $14), leisure wear ($6 and $12, reg. $38), onsies ($5, regularly $29), and shoes for $10. The temp store is located on the skyway level at 601 Marquette (Quebec Six Building, 612 869 0930) across from Vescio’s

Everything at Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy is 30 percent off today online. Use code NEWYOU. Sometimes the stores (in the IDS Center downtown Minneapolis BR and Gap) will honor the online discount code. You at at least scout out the deals in the store and order online. Free shipping on orders of $50 or more.

In St. Paul,
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Lotto players claimed they spotted a fix in last night’s 4.5million TV draw after a ball appeared to have two different numbers on it.

Stunned viewers were perplexed when they thought the say the red number 38 ball also having a number 33 printed on it.

When the ball was revealed during Ireland’s Lotto Plus 1 draw on Saturday evening, viewers were quick to spot it and questioned whether it was a ‘fix’.

But organisers today dismissed the claims and simply said it was an ‘illusion’ caused by a ‘brief reflection of light’.

A spokeswoman for the Irish National Lottery said the ‘illusion’ was caused by a ‘brief reflection of light’.

She said: ‘The National Lottery would like to assure its players of the integrity of Saturday night’s Lotto Plus 1 draw.

‘A brief reflection of light during filming caused an illusion and some players to think there were two numbers on ball 38.

‘This was not the case. The weight and size of all Lotto balls, and the numbers, are strictly checked in advance of each draw.

‘This process, as well as the draw itself, is independently observed by our auditors KPMG. ‘

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If you stand long enough in a Nevada ghost town, whispering winds may carry the voices of lost souls.

And while staying in a reportedly haunted hotel, as our group did on a recent visit, you may glimpse someone not quite there.

No sound emerged.

“I’ve never experienced her,” dining room manager Bruce Jabbour remarked later.

Then server Nicole Scobee shared her photo of a woman’s shadowy shape beside a smaller figure, who reportedly asked a cook “where’s David?”

It all adds to the mystique of what, in 1907, was the most luxurious hotel between San Francisco and Denver. That was after miners hit paydirt in the former “Queen of the Silver Camps.”

But the good times were fleeting, and the Mizpah eventually closed. New owners re opened it in 2011.

Tonopah Historic Mining Park where prospector Jim”Butler realized a rock he was about to throw at his lost burro was silver still has working machinery, rusting ore cars and minehead buildings.

Would you dare visit a haunted town at Halloween?Much of nearby Goldfield (current population 268) burned in 1923, but many buildings in the former boomtown once home to 20,000 residents survived. A miner’s saloon, vacant hotel, courthouse and high school, rustic cars, plus a mine locomotive date back to its heyday from 1903 40, when gold production totalled $86 million.

Visitors are sure to hear about swindlers and a short term lawman “Virgil Earp who died there of pneumonia, after which his more famous brother Wyatt quit his job as a casino pit boss and left for California.

Despite the decline, gold exploration continues, off and on, in the area.

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With Herb Robbins maintaining three old fire trucks, Gold Point’s 27 residents feel safe.

Ranchers came first, silver miners in 1902, then gold seekers in 1927. With little water, no railroad and claim jumpers, however, the 1,
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“It’s not open as a tourist resort, but Robbins who bought half the town after winning $222,000 in a Las Vegas casino welcomes visitors.

The fire marshal, sheriff and mayor rents out five cabins and the small home of late Senator Harry”Wiley. Robbins also keeps the post office (closed in 1978) intact and has a memento filled casino bar.

“Everyone has full access to my house for showers and water,” plus meals, the 61 year old Robbins said.

You can also visit false front western shops, including a mercantile.

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A boomtown of 5,000 from 1904 08, Rhyolite had several stone and concrete buildings, hotels, 53 saloons, banks, an ice plant, two electric plants, foundries, newspapers, a hospital, an opera house and a stock exchange.

But predictions of gold riches turned to dust, and by 1916 the lights were dimmed and most people gone. Scores of wooden buildings were moved elsewhere. Hollywood later made films and the ruins became a tourist attraction.

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Kidman Holdings was founded by Sir Sidney Kidman in the 19th century.

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Restaurant review: Sohe, Jesmond, Newcastle upon TyneAmbition, boldness and complexity make for a winning combination at Jesmond’s new Asian restaurant

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People say I’m lucky to live in Jesmond.

Not so. Some of the most idiotic students in Britain (in my humble opinion) have moved in a few doors down from me, rendering sleep damn near impossible, what with the incessant 2am calls of “Ollie!” and “Jules!” and the clump, clump, clump of Ugg boots attached to drunken legs. Ugh.

The nearby Osborne Road doesn’t offer much solace. So so bars. Orange client What’s all the fuss about?

In saying that, this walk through the valley of the absence of taste has long featured a few little gems and with recent additions like Jam Jar conceptually strong and discriminating on quality I’ve had a feeling that things were on the up.

In this context, welcome Sohe, an ambitious blend of traditional Asian cuisine with a quintessentially English setting and hip, modern d Actually, ‘hip’ isn’t fair. With its futuristic bar, the consistent inconsistency of its furnishings and some interesting choices of lighting, we were certainly struck by its boldness.

Sohe’s crispy beef with hot Vietnamese and pink peppercorn sauce

But it works. It feels uncontrived, high spec and, oddly enough, even restful although we’d perhaps suggest ditching the seventies disco soundtrack, which, for whatever reason, conjured up images of moustached tradesmen offering to fix pretty ladies’ plumbing.

Anyway, the menu.

Divine all round. Not huge, but enough in itself to intoxicate the senses. Delicate, complex dishes abound the kind that hit the tastebuds from all angles.

That, at least, was the concept behind my starter, crispy beef with hot Vietnamese and pink peppercorn table sauce ( Beautifully presented, it came with it fine mix of greenery and goodness, the cooling freshness of which was alas drowned in the sheer searing heat of the dish.

The tempura prawns starter at Sohe in Jesmond

Now, it could be said that I’m laughably ignorant of Vietnamese beef traditions, but, even with my world famous taste for the fiery, I found myself getting through a disproportionate amount of complementary water, which, interestingly, contained slices of cucumber.

The Female Dining Counterpart, meanwhile, landed on her feet.

Tempura king prawns with wasabi and yuzu dip ( Simple. But, in this case, highly, highly effective.

I got try one myself and can honestly say it was the finest of its kind I have ever experienced melt in the mouth perfection. I thought I’d died and gone to gone to heaven (then I remembered: the whole endless sinning thing.).

On to the mains and the Counterpart scored again, this time wrapping her chops around a Chiang Rai curry with seabass and prawn ( “This is the best thing ever,” she kept saying and I assure you she meant it.

Again, I dug in and was hugely impressed warming, sophisticated and elegantly balanced.

My twice cooked duck leg with caramelised lemongrass and chilli sauce ( was also a clear hit, demonstrating nicely how clean, visually appealing food doesn’t need to be swamped in anything to provide big flavours and satisfying texture.

All it needed was the side portion of sticky rice, which, needless to say, was just perfect.

Sohe’s twice cooked duck leg with caramelised lemongrass and chilli sauce

By the time our waitress spot on throughout the night asked us if we fancied dessert, I had my eye on the splendid range of cocktails, of which I’d heard good things.

In the end, though, I stuck with a bottle of Asahi ( and agreed to share a warm hickory smoked dark chocolate and star anise tort with vanilla bean ice cream ( The way I saw it was that if she hit the culinary jackpot again at least she was taking me with her.
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The Broadway version is the one with the female Peter Pan; Tinkerbell is not a character, just a light, so shes an image on our stage, she said. So its very different from the Disney version of Peter Pan; its the original 1929 version.

Despite the differences, its still basically the same story, McCormick said.

Its the story of the Darling family that meets a mythical young man .. named Peter Pan, who comes into their home and entices the Darling children to come away with him to Neverland, she said. They go to Neverland and meet the Lost Boys. There are pirates and the Brave Girls .. They meet them all in Neverland, and they go on quite the adventures, and then they come back home.

Kamryn Murray portrays Wendy Darling. Wendy is hard to describe, Murray said.

Shes very sweet, and I guess shes mature, she said. She wants to be a mother, and shes just that kind of little girl who always dreams of having a family.

Murray said Wendy acts older than she actually is.

Elle Renaud portrays the title character Peter Pan.

She said her character is immature and the exact opposite of Wendy.

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Throughout the musical, Wendy and Peter inadvertently help each other change, Renaud and Murray said. The Peter Pan character, Renaud said, acquires some maturity.

My character develops a lot, she said. Peter becomes a father of the Lost Boys once Wendy comes, and Wendy matures me a little bit more. Were still like little boys and girls, but at the same time the Darling family .. teaches me how to kind of be a father.

Murray said Wendy learns how to relax and enjoy life.

I feel like shes the same person .. but I kind of think Peter helps her have a little more fun and stuff, Murray said.

Its a fun story to present, McCormick said.

This is a classic fairy tale, and I think .. its just kind of fun to bring that whole story to life and let the audience be part of it, she said.

The fairy tale aspect is what Murray enjoys about the musical.

I like how its very fun to play because its sort of like a fairy tale, she said. I like how its very silly yet serious.

Matthew Hennessey, who plays Captain Hook, agrees.

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This was no ordinary Tuesday afternoon. Indoor soccer games were skipped and piano lessons forsaken.

“He was cool with it, though,” the 13 year old said.

And why wouldn’t he be? Megan and her friends had to die for concert tickets for Hannah Montana, who played at the 1st Mariner Arena last night before a sold out crowd of screaming tweens. Thousands of lucky girls, and not a few boys, scampered home from school to prepare for the arrival of the 15 year old singer cum actress, whose real name is Miley Cyrus, and who holds the youthful audience in the palm of her pretty hand.

But for Foard and her pals, the weeks of anticipation, antsiness and outfit planning leading up to the concert were perhaps the sweetest part of all. show, the girls were a little like Miley herself, who on her top rated Disney Channel sitcom plays an ordinary kid with a secret career as a rock star. The Harford County middle schoolers, too, were students by day and glamour girls by night or by afternoon, as was technically the case.

Megan, 13 year old Alexi Spector, and 13 year old Leah Litwak stared at four jean miniskirts laid out on Alexi’s bed. The skirts were virtually identical, differing just slightly in denim wash and fray pattern.

“This is hard,” said Alexi, whose mother, Lori, was hosting a preconcert party at her Forest Hill home.

“Really hard,” Leah said.

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The three had strategized about this moment for weeks, and especially over the weekend when they designed Hannah Montana posters to wave at the concert. They’d pondered it in class, even as they tried to hide from their classmates their excitement about getting the coveted Montana tickets, which vanished almost as soon as they went on sale in the fall. Alexi and her sister, 12 year old Courtney, received several for bat mitzvah gifts and shared them with Leah and Megan. Megan’s mother and Lori Spector would chaperone them at the show.

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“No, I have brothers,” Megan stoically replied.

Soon Taylor Stofko, 11, and Amy Bednarek, 12, arrived as well. They had scored seats through a Miley Cyrus fan club and were having pizza and cake at the Spectors’ before the show. At one point, four flat irons were smoldering simultaneously. Six heads of hair were straightened, strand by strand.

“I can’t believe this is happening,” said Leah, as she swiped at her eye with a mascara wand. “I’m so excited that my hands are shaking.””Don’t forget the Hannah CDs!”

Several girls rushed back into the Spector house to retrieve the precious discs; the rest piled into two SUVs, Megan, Alexi, and Leah all in the way back of Megan’s mother’s Suburban. Zooming down Interstate 95, the girls trilled Hannah songs, practiced their “signature dance moves” and launched several weighty discussions. Had Miley Cyrus really dated one of the Jonas brothers? Why are boys so extremely weird?

As the Baltimore skyline soared into view, “Oh, my God, we’re in the same city as Hannah Montana!” Alexi cried.

“I hope she does that cool thing with the microphone,” Megan said.

Then abruptly, on I 395, traffic slowed to a crawl. In the back seat the girls began to fidget. They lost sight of the car holding Taylor, Courtney, Amy and several other friends. A long, white limo idled in the next lane; was it Hannah’s? No way, they decided after a moment: Hannah was far too cool for traffic. She would opt for a helicopter. The girls anxiously scanned the skies.

Traffic jams

They had felt like rock stars, but now they saw that the highway was choked with Suburbans that were stuffed with girls just like them. As they inched closer to the arena, some of these other Hannah fans were even being let out with their chaperones on the side of the road, which made the gridlock even worse. The lucky ones streamed past in sequined outfits, some gripping their mothers’ hands, others streaking ahead.
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