Archive for April, 2012

PEP GUARDIOLA TO LEAVE BARCELONA

Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola will leave the club at the end of the season after informing players and staff at the Nou Camp that he did not wish to renew his one year rolling contract with the club. The Spaniard, who has overseen the team’s rise into one of the greatest club sides of all [...]

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Penalties take Bayern through

  Bayern Munich will face Chelsea in the Champions League final after a 3-1 penalty shoot-out win over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu, with Cristiano Ronaldo missing a penalty, following a 2-1 Madrid win after extra time. That additional half-hour was a forgettable affair as players from both sides pulled up with cramp. The goalkeeper [...]

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EddéSands Chef Hussein Salame Wins 1st Prize in International Competition for Mediterranean Cuisine.

Wednesday April 25th, 2012

EddéSands Chef Hussein Salame Wins 1st Prize in International Competition for Mediterranean Cuisine.

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Chelsea reach final after heroic performance

    Chelsea produced a heroic performance to reach the Champions League final with 10 men after a 2-2 draw with Barcelona in a pulsating semi-final second leg at the Camp Nou. The Blues went into the clash 1-0 ahead but Sergio Busquets restored parity in the tie after 35 minutes, moments before Chelsea captain [...]

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Desert Masterpiece Production Enters Lebanon’s Events Scene

It all began with Desert Masterpiece Production (www.dmproduction.net) wanting to launch an event that would embody the cultural harmony between Egypt and Lebanon, as well as portray a crucial turning point in Egypt’s history: the revolution.

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Steve Jobs had “Koumpounophobia”

At last, the great Steve Jobs’ Achilles heel is revealed! The Wall Street Journal fronts its paper today with a reach-around profile revealing that the Apple mogul has a pathological fear and loathing of buttons. And it goes way beyond the sleekly buttonless iPhone. The elevator in Apple’s Tokyo stores has no floor buttons, forcing vistors to [...]

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Chelsea snatch first-leg win over Barcelona

  Didier Drogba gave Chelsea a smash-and-grab 1-0 win over Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final at Stamford Bridge. The victory goes some way to helping banish the memories of Chelsea’s controversial semi-final exit to the Catalans in 2009, this edition’s referee Felix Brych far more capable in his handling of [...]

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Gomez gives Bayern advantage over Real

  A late Mario Gomez winner gave Bayern Munich a 2-1 win over Real Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final at the Allianz-Arena. half-Spanish Germany forward Gomez, who had missed a host of chances, poached a 90th-minute winner, while the dying seconds marred by a scuffle following a wild kick from [...]

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The Dangers of Sugar…

The white sugar we consume is the brown sugar made from cane or beet that went thru a bleaching process to become white

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Did you know that you can sell your kidney in order to afford an iPhone, iPad?

I hope this doesn’t encourage anyone out there but yes, a Chinese teen did sell his kidney in order to buy himself an iPhone, iPad. This is due to the negative impact of the consumerism that is increasing in the Chinese society. The new Chinese generation is more faced with technology than the previous generation [...]

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