Pacific Daily News Published 3:00 PM EDT Sep 30, 2018 Best American Food, Salad/Salad Bar: Ruby Tuesday Ruby Tuesday has taken the title of "Best American Food" and "Best Salad/Salad Bar"again this year, and it is easy to see why. For almost a decade, Ruby Tuesday Guam has brought locals in with its fresh garden bar and grill. It’s your go-to place for American classics — steaks, seafood, ribs, burgers and fries, served the way you like it. Burgers range in size from mini to monster. If you’re looking to indulge, go for one of their hearty steaks paired with a succulent lobster tail. Visit the well-stocked salad bar, and take the edge off your hunger while the kitchen prepares your appetizers and entrees. They are located in Tamuning in front of the Guam Premier Outlet, and are open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Best Bakery, Donuts: Crown Bakery Crown Bakery has taken two titles this year, "Best Bakery" and "Best Donuts." The locally owned bakery has … [Read more...] about Pika Best of Guam 2018: Food
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Up until this month, I didn’t really have a “Ryanair Story”. Sure, I’d had unpleasant experiences with the airline. The Christmas Eve when I arrived to the airport without my passport and they refused to let me fly home. (Thank you, Aer Lingus, for saving Christmas ’04.) The time when I lost my boarding card and didn’t have enough money to pay for a replacement, and they stared at me stoney-faced while I cried in desperation. But, crucially, I could see that these experiences were my own fault, a by-product of my chaotic twenties. But now, my friends, I have a Ryanair Story all of my very own. Let me tell you all about it.Once upon a time, there was a woman who was travelling to Budapest to be bridesmaid for her best friend’s wedding. She packed her suitcase, tucking the bridesmaid dress and 5kg of Carbery cheese inside — long story, just stay with me — weighing the case carefully to ensure that it met the stringent weight … [Read more...] about Louise O’Neill: Those with carry-on luggage depart but alas, I cannot go.
Arguably the most important aspect of selling your long-serving set of wheels is getting the correct car valuation. Luckily, this doesn't have to be down to guesswork or witchcraft, as there are a number of handy car valuation websites that offer free valuations that arm you with the knowledge of what your car is really worth. Where car value was once only really the knowledge of industry insiders, or those with plenty of time on their hands to conduct lengthy analysis of the used car market, it is now as simple as punching a few digits into the correct website and coming away with the latest car prices. How do I check how much my car is worth? Good question, as simply typing "what is my car worth?" into your chosen search engine will be enough to bring up some relevant websites but it is worth considering the sort of service you are going to use to eventually sell your car. Third party sites, such as We Buy Any Car and Evans Halshaw, will first give you a rough estimate of your car's … [Read more...] about The 10 best websites to quickly and easily value your car for free
Nic Cheeseman and Brian Klaas 31 March 2018 9:00 AM 31 March 2018 9:00 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Andrés Sepúlveda sleeps behind bombproof doors in a maximum-security prison in central Bogota, Colombia. When travelling to judicial hearings or to meet prosecutors, he is accompanied by a caravan of armed guards with serious firepower. As they move at high speed through the capital, the motorcade uses sophisticated equipment to jam mobile phones to lower the risk of a coordinated assassination attempt. Sepúlveda is one of the world’s most notorious election-rigging specialists. Now that he has been caught and put in jail, he is helping atone for his crimes by explaining how he fixed elections — and the people he used to work with want him dead. But Sepúlveda isn’t the only specialist in this field. The tools he was using are deployed around the world. They’re costly, sometimes scandalous, but … [Read more...] about How to rig an election
0 Have your say GEMS FROM THE ARCHIVE: A monthly column by DR MARTIN BLAKE, of the Spalding Gentlemen’s Society, looking at interesting artefacts from its museum In the early 18th century, social and intellectual life in London revolved around coffee houses. For an entrance fee of one penny, you could (if you were male) not only drink coffee, but also discuss with like-minded colleagues the artistic, literary and political developments of the day. You could also read a range of news sheets, the forerunners of today’s newspapers, containing articles, letters and essays on topical matters. No wonder the coffee houses were popularly known as Penny Universities.By this time, it was possible for newsprint to be published quickly and cheaply. The news sheets were typically a single thin, narrow sheet, double-sided, reflecting the tastes and prejudices of a small group of people, or even just one. The best-known were The Tatler, The Spectator and The Guardian, all names … [Read more...] about WEEKEND WEB: New media and fake news