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This Wetherspoons pub has just won a toilet of the year award for its ‘exceptional’ loosThe Cerdic in Chard, operated by UK chain J. D. Wetherspoon, has been recognised for the quality and standards of its toilets in the Loo of the Year Awards 201712:25, 21 NOV 2017Updated12:32, 21 NOV 2017The pub in Somerset has won an award for its toilets (Image: Gillian Evans/ Wetherspoons)

Operated by UK chain J. D. Wetherspoon, the pub was given a platinum star rating by inspectors, only awarded to outlets which offer “exceptional toilets”.

The Cerdic is based in a former cinema, Somerset Live reports.

The awards, which are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, are aimed at highlighting and improving standards of ‘away from home’ toilet provision across the UK.

Low alcohol sales booming as Brits want the flavour without the hangover but can the soft stuff taste as good?

Awards managing director Mike Bone said: “The toilets at The Cerdic have been designed and fitted out to a very high standard, and are both clean and well maintained.
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With Halloween knocking on our doors, there are, as always, some frightfully great ways to spend the evening shaking in our shoes. From “Stage Fright!” at Ashtabula Arts Center to Silhouette Productions’ Haunted Hallways at Shore Cultural Centre in Euclid to “A Murder of Scarecrows” in Chagrin Falls, here are fearsome offers in every corner of the region.

Even Lakeland Community College, 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, where “A Vehicle for Satire: The Skull and Skeleton in Art . Oct. 29 in conjunction with the school’s Halloween Party. Guests are encouraged to come in costume.

First published more than seven decades ago, the book from which the play is based tells the classic tale of two California migrant workers struggling to realize their dreams during America’s depression era . um, the one in the ’20s. The story demonstrates how the darkest of times bring out not only the worst, but also the best in people.

” ‘Of Mice and Men’ is an important piece of Americana that should be experienced by everyone at least once,” Malinowski said. “This piece takes place during a time of great turmoil in our country’s history, and now our great nation is on the brink of another depression. We should all be aware of the good that comes from difficult periods.”

The production will be enhanced by a lobby display featuring photos, statistics and background of the show’s setting.

Producer Kate Wright, who works at Holy Rosary School in Cleveland’s Little Italy, is excited that Geauga Lyric Theater Guild will be holding a special student performance of the show with a talk back. Wright hopes the post show discussion will help her students better understand the relevance of the Great Depression.

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the 80th anniversary of the economic crash that marked the beginning of the Great Depression.

The leading role of George is being played by Tim Coles of Euclid, who has nearly 30 years of theater experience. Lennie is being played by Wayne Howell of Austinburg, an English teacher at Lakeside High School who is completing his master’s degree in theater.

The show also features Joe Petrolia of Madison, as Candy, and Marvin L. Mallory of Chester Township, as Crooks.

“Of Mice and Men” plays through Nov. 8.

The party, for guests 21 and older, will feature three rotating bands, The Blues Project, The King Pins and Bar Trek, which have all volunteered to play throughout the event. The evening also will include a 50/50 raffle, costume contests and more. A buffet of snacks and hors d’oeuvres, such as “sweet and sour eyeballs,” “mildewed spinach nibbles” and “mummy wraps,” will be served, and there will be a beer and wine cash bar.

“We are very grateful to the bands and the many volunteers and donors who are coming together to make the party a success,” public relations coordinator Pamela Hammond said. “Our staff is hard at work to make this year’s party another great success.”

Tickets are available for sale at the arts center or by phone at 440 964 3396. Tickets are $15 per person. The party is limited to 150 people. All proceeds will benefit the Ashtabula Arts Center.
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Thursdays through March, in the Redstone Room at the RME, 129 Main St., Davenport. Admission is free, and food can be brought in.

This week’s session will feature Playlist QC, a veteran local cover band featuring Lewis Knudsen on vocals/guitar, Ashley Dean on vocals, Brandon Minnis on bass, and Kristopher Keuning and Stu Soliz on percussion.

The band covers a variety of genres, including disco, country, funk and rock, according to its Facebook page. Saturday at the Quad City Botanical Center, 2525 4th Ave., Rock Island.

Local chocolate shops, bakeries, beauty vendors and coffeehouses will offer samples of all things chocolate, and you can snag some tasty Valentine’s Day gifts for the chocolate lover in your life.

The Botanical Center also will provide some history of the delectable flavor in the Sun Garden, which is home to a cacao tree.

New this year will be a drawing to win one of two $500 gift cards to Necker’s Jewelers. Raffle tickets will be sold for $5 each. So the annual Bacon Beer Festival on Saturday will get attendees in prime gorging condition for the 52nd annual game Sunday in Minneapolis.

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pork purveyors, and specialty craft brewers. will cost $55. The festival will feature 100 plus varieties of beer, more than a dozen samplings of bacon inspired dishes, a bacon eating contest, and live entertainment.

In honor of the big game on Sunday, visitors will be able to compete in games for a variety of porky “Pigskin Classic” prizes.

The festival’s mission is “to provide education, recognition and downright gluttony of America’s other pastime, all while showcasing shining stars of swine and providing exposure to one of the fastest entertainment events in the nation,” the website says.

Get ideas and information for building the home of your dreams this weekend at the 41st annual Quad Cities Builders Remodelers Association Home Show at the QCCA Expo Center, 2621 4th Ave., Rock Island.

Over 130 vendors will showcase a wide variety of building and remodeling resources available in the area at this huge one stop shopping event.

“We want people to meet the businesses and builders that are available right here in our area so people can develop a relationship when they are doing a project,” said Julie Huffer, executive officer of the QCBRA, Davenport.

Exhibitors will include companies that offer building and remodeling services, products and services for kitchens and bathrooms, repairs and maintenance, flooring and lighting, windows, siding, lawn care and landscaping,
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This week in pictures: Sept. 3 9, 2016, from a tender back to school moment and a hair raising portrait of wide receiver Sammy Watkins, to sunrise and high school sports. Each week Buffalo News photographers bring you a visual recap of the week, highlights of news, entertainment and sports. We hope you enjoy a second look at our favorite photographs and stories from the week.

Lacing up for the Big Day Natavia Siders of Amherst ties a shoe for her son Namarien Siders, 3, as he waits for the bus in the Town of Tonawanda, on this first day of pre k. See more. (John Hickey/Buffalo News)

Hair Raising Tale Guns. Knives. Rocks and clubs and fists. Anything goes in the Dunbar section of Fort Myers, Fla., hometown of Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who somehow made it out alive. Read more. (James P. McCoy/Buffalo News)

The butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker For a labor day tribute, Buffalo News photographer Robert Kirkham went back to a childhood nursery rhyme for a view of some modern American workers with some very traditional jobs. Read more. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

Winning Stroke Carolyn DeBoth wins the 100 yard freestyle with a time of 1:00.37 during a swim meet at City Honors. See more. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)

Recalling a Fateful Day Volunteer commentator Lisa Amatura, of Williamsville, a survivor of the World Trade Center attacks, speaks with Buffalo News reporter and interviewer Gene Warner about her fateful day of survival, as part of StoryCorps. The traveling Airstream trailer which lets people record their stories is parked at CanalSide in Buffalo. Read more. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

“I Just Just Want to Play” Orchard Park’s Jacob Kohler (number 29), a student with autism, takes the field with his teammates for a game against Pittsford Mendon. Learn more. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News)

Clean Sweep Buffalo firefighters use kitty litter on Fillmore Avenue near Northland to help clean up an oil spill. Read more. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News)

Turnaround Principal John Starkey, the new principal at Lafayette International High School, visits Angelica Viyella Torres, 19, and persuades her to come to his school. See more. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

The Big Chill St. Joe’s head coach Derek Landri has water dumped on him by his team for his first win at Robert E Rich Sr. All High Stadium in Buffalo. See more. (James P. McCoy/ Buffalo News)

Morning Rays The sunrise reflects on the still water of the Erie Basin Marina at the beginning of another warm and beautiful day in Buffalo. Read more. See more. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

One of Those Days Niagara Wheatfield coach Brent Tylec reacts during second half action against Grand Island at Niagara Wheatfield high school. See more. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)

Doorway to Success Lafayette High School was the third high school built in Buffalo, and the oldest that still remains in its original building. The school was constructed in 1901 by Mosier and Summers and designed by Buffalo architects Esenwein and Johnson. See more. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News)

The Shadow Beneath Your Wings Festival goers wait in line at one of the stands at the 15th Annual National Buffalo Wing Festival. See more. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

On Tour Robby Takac of the Goo Goo Dolls at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center. See more. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News)

See previous This Week in Pictures: Aug. 27 Sept. 2, Aug. 20 26, Aug. 13 19, Aug. 6 12, July 30 Aug.5, July 23 29, July 16 22, July 9 15, and July 2 8.
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Tony (Big Tone) Picard, 17, just finished his varsity career as a running back for White Swan High School’s football team with a whopping 700 yards and 15 touchdowns, he told CNN on Tuesday.But he told the news station that he was shocked to see a highlight reel posted on YouTube recently has already garnered nearly 2 million hits online.”It’s crazy,” said the teen, a former nose tackle who was encouraged to start running the ball this year. “It’s shocking. I didn’t even make the video.”The mountain size Tony Picard started as a running back for White Swan High School this year and rushed for more than 700 yards and scored 15 touchdowns. (Dirk Knudsen via YouTube)His coach said that since the four minute clip went viral, several scouts have taken notice of Picard’s agility on the field.”There’s a lot of things starting to come in all of the sudden,” the coach, Andrew Bush, told the news station.Picard who is part Sioux and lives in the small Yakama Indian Reservation located in the southern portion of the Evergreen State said he was once considered too large to play for pee wee football, but he found a way to keep playing the game.Picard, 17, said it usually takes up to four or five defenders to tackle him. (Dirk Knudsen via YouTube)”I kind of take advantage of being this size,” Picard told ABC’s Good Morning America. “It takes multiple guys to take me down, four or five.”Picard who is two inches taller and more than 50 pounds heavier than Chicago Bears great William (The Refrigerator) Perry said he hopes to continue his career at Washington State University.Hopefully, he said, he could even go pro.Tony Picard (with his coach, Andrew Bush) was a nose tackle before he started this year as a running back for his Washington state high school team. (CNN)”But I know it’s going to take a lot to get to that next level,” he told CNN. “And I’m going to do what I gotta do to get there.”Picard, who also plays for his school’s basketball team, led his team to a 9 1 record, but they lost in the opening round of the state tournament to Colfax High School.
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We spoke to the brand team about this new long form ad that does not feature ambassador Sunny Leone.

What comes to mind when one reads ‘Manforce Condoms’? Apart from ‘other’ things, chances are you are thinking about Sunny Leone and the endless controversies that go hand in hand with the brand’s sensual ad films. However, in its recent digital video, Manforce Condoms looks beyond Leone and is telling couples to ShutThePhoneUp.

The film which is crafted and conceptualised by ADK Fortune follows the honeymoon night of a newlywed couple and their callous actions that wreaks havoc the subsequent morning. While it is important for brands to associate with a particular cause, recording intimate videos on a phone does not fall in the list of issues a condom brand may be too excited to talk about. Hence, why was this topic selected when issues like STDs, birth control, unsafe sex practices among others are readily available to the brand?

, chief executive officer, Mankind Pharma, tells us that the company’s communication across various platforms has been synchronised to promote safety. He says, “the regular tagline followed has been ‘Play Safe, Stay Safe’ focusing on the various prevalent issues of STDs and why the use of a condom is important. As an extension to the said campaigns, we have launched our new campaign “ShutThePhoneUp”, a concept which is widely prevalent but has never been spoken about on a larger platform. 19% of couples indulge in filming their intimate moments making this a huge number as per the India Today Sex Survey 2017. As a responsible Brand, our intentions are clear, not to leave a single stone unturned when it comes to promoting safe sex.”

Speaking about the brief provided by the brand, , senior vice president and executive creative director, ADK Fortune, says, “The brief was to generate conversations around the brand in the realm of ‘safe sex’ which is basic for a condom. But the agency felt that a condom preventing AIDS and STDs is a thirty year old space. Anything and everything has been done around that space by various brands. That’s when we started contemplating on how we could redefine what ‘unsafe’ sex in today’s society is. We were lucky to chance upon the India Today Sex Survey data and were alarmed with the figures. We researched further and also discovered that what sells in porn today is voyeurism. We connected the dots and imagined a situation where something unfortunate as this happens to a couple when they least expect it.”Brand ambassador Sunny Leone’s new Navratri themed ad came under fire when CAIT sought to ban the controversial ad in Gujarat. Leone was dropped in the brand’s latest video.

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, creative lead, copy, DigitasLBi, labels this ad as a ‘Public Service Announcement’ (PSA). She says, “. this is clearly meant to be a PSA for the audience, which makes the message more important than the messenger. For me, the point of any good PSA is to not appear to be self serving while making sure users don’t question its relevance to the brand. Which, I think, Manforce has done satisfactorily. Whether the audience remembers it as a Manforce ad doesn’t so much depend on how competitive the market is, but what the other brands are doing in this space of social awareness. I was quite surprised by how the ad affected me. It had a good beginning, middle and end, crunched into a neat and useful message for consumers.”Uboweja however notes,
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In the dream, an older man and two young boys are walking down a steep hill off of a parking lot. It’s a summer day. A golf course stretches before them. They are not talking, but the sound of rhythmic clacking becomes audible. It’s the man’s metal golf spikes hitting the pavement.

I open my eyes and realize I was dreaming again about the Castle, the motel/resort just outside of Olean where I spent time every summer in my youth. And I spend the next few minutes wishing it was real.

The Castle holds a place in my heart and apparently my subconscious that is completely out of proportion to the time I spent there, which amounts to about 50 days and 40 nights in a lifetime closing fast on 50 years. The Castle restaurant on the property was far more well known, but I always thought of the Castle first as a motel. The rooms had color TV and cable at a time when most people I knew had neither. It also had such other kid friendly features as a movie theater; an in ground swimming pool with a diving board and a slide; a tennis court; a lobby that usually had a few comic books on the newsstand and desk clerks who didn’t seem to care if you read them without paying and one pinball machine.

It also had a par 3, 9 hole golf course shoehorned into the land behind the motel. It was not a challenging layout; two of the holes were the length of a very long putt on a traditional course. But for as little as $1.50 a day, you could play all you wanted. My grandfather taught my older brother and me to play there when we were 9 and 7 years old. Through our teen years, we visited the Castle and did the same things every summer.

I loved it then because of what it was; I miss it now because of what it represented.

It has been closed for years now, and all the buildings that once sat on the grounds are gone. Except for an afternoon on the way back from a college visit at St. Bonaventure University five years ago, I haven’t been near it for decades. But I dream about it often.

Last year, I shared with my mother that I wanted to go back there, just once, to walk on the land that used to be the golf course. Some part of me wanted to say goodbye.

On my birthday, she handed me a small box. Inside was the business card of Nancy L. Morgan, membership services coordinator for the Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce. Her phone number was printed on the front. Before I could ask why I was getting a business card for my birthday, she explained:

She and my stepfather stopped in the Chamber office while on a visit through the Southern Tier to ask if it would be possible for a person to walk on the land of the former motel. Morgan said that not only was it possible, but that she lived adjacent to it and she would be happy to let me traipse through her yard to get there.

So on a damp and windy Friday afternoon, I did.

The story of the Castle started in 1946, when Italian immigrant Guerino “Butch” Butchello purchased two businesses on West State Road: a small restaurant called the Dime Castle and the Tower Gas Station, which looked like a medieval castle. Two years later, according to a 1991 article in the Olean Times Herald, he connected the two businesses into one and began building what would become the Castle, a sprawling fine dining establishment with a national reputation.

Butchello purchased the adjacent 40 room Olean Motel in 1963 and expanded that over the years until it had 160 rooms. The business thrived through the 1960s and 1970s.

The Castle was a focal point of the Southern Tier community, the site of countless wedding receptions, business luncheons and sports banquets.

“The Castle restaurant is itself a classic. Today it is marking its 30th anniversary having opened on May 10, 1946, with the same magic that now calms the hearts and minds of those travel wearied and traffic harried as they leave the hectic pace of W. State Road and enter the peaceful fountain foyer of the large spacious haven.”

When Butchello died in 1976, his sons, Gerald and Daniel, took over operations. They died a year apart in 1985 and 1986. Later, his grandson David ran the company.

By the 1980s, travel and dining habits changed, and the Castle’s popularity began to wane. Its demise was the subject of persistent rumors by the 1990s.

The beginning of the end came in 2001, when first the restaurant and then the motel closed. A company from Fayetteville purchased the 17 acre site and planned to build a mixed use development of retail shops, restaurants, office space and housing. That plan never came to fruition, and today the land is vacant, pending a plan to build a mortgage back office operation there.

In November 2005, four years after the Castle ceased to be a business, it ceased to exist at all when a demolition crew finished it off. Times Herald reporter Rick Miller interviewed Jack Bailey, who was overseeing the project, for a story on its final hours. Bailey said he kept hearing from people who had stories about family events that had been held there. Some would come to him and ask for stones from the restaurant to keep as souvenirs.

One was an 86 year old woman riding in a chauffer driven limousine. Bailey said he gave her a few stones and she was on her way.

My mother’s parents started going to the Castle for summer vacations in the 1960s. My grandfather would play golf, my grandmother would read and relax and the two of them would go out to dinner. For two children of the Depression, spending time at the Castle was the epitome of luxury. They treasured every minute they spent there.

In the early 1970s, they invited my brother and me along. On our first couple of trips, all four of us stayed in the honeymoon suite, which was larger than the other rooms and had a refrigerator in it. I thought it was the coolest thing ever.

My grandfather knew we were too young to play golf even Castle golf so he took us out on the putting green just behind the first tee and tried to teach us the toughest part of the game. (I’m almost there; 40 more years and I should have it figured out.)

The next year, he let us play the course. Between the swings and misses and the shots I “forgot” to count, I doubt that I broke 100 for nine holes. Still, we both were hooked on the game and the Castle.

Soon my mother and then my stepfather joined us. Going to the Castle became a kind of annual fantasy camp for my brother and me. We could do anything we wanted. Play golf from dawn to dusk, watch as much TV as we could handle, order the most expensive thing on the menu, eat junk food, stay up late. We even got to lie on top of the covers on the beds, although my grandmother almost had to be hospitalized from the trauma of witnessing that abomination to manners and hygiene.

But it was not all sunshine, lollipops and disheveled bedspreads. In 1975, my grandfather decided to play a round of golf after dinner with no shoes on and slipped on the side of a green, breaking his leg and cutting short our vacation.

The following year, our reservation was lost and we had to abandon the vacation. That led my grandmother to pen a letter to the Butchello family in which she said, in so many words: “I’m not mad, but I am VERY disappointed.” (You never wanted to be on the business end of that speech.) Soon, a voucher for a free stay arrived in the mail and almost all was forgiven.

But even those things that seemed tragic at the time became fond shared memories.

The last year our whole family was at the Castle together was 1983. Jobs and young adult life had gotten in the way, first for my brother and then for me. The last time I stayed overnight was for my first wedding anniversary in 1989. By then, it was beginning to fall into disrepair. I never went back, a decision I have regretted ever since.

I didn’t tell many people I was doing this, mostly because even as I was planning it, I recognized how strange it sounded. But my longing for a return to a cherished part of my youth is not all that unusual.
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It is a known fact that Madhuri Dixit was dating Sanjay Dutt back in the early 90s. But as soon as Dutt was arrested in 1993 Bombay blasts, Madhuri started to maintain her distance, and as they say, rest is history. But decades later, filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani has decided to bring Sanju baba’s life on 70mm.

And if reports are to be believed, Madhuri’s existence in his life has been carefully cropped in the biopic. There were rumours a few months ago that Dhak Dhak girl had requested Hirani to chop off her part.

However, in an interview to Mid Day, Madhuri rubbished the rumours and said, “For where I am today, this [the topic of Dutt] has become redundant. Life has come a long way since then. I don’t know where these reports are coming from. In any case, it doesn’t make a difference to me.”

There were reports that Karisma Tanna was supposed to essay the role of Madhuri in the biopic. However, it was later revealed that Sonam Kapoor’s character will be an amalgamation of Dutt’s love interests in the early 90s.

Ranbir Kapoor has stepped into the shoes of Sanjay Dutt for the biopic. Tentatively titled Dutt, the film will focus on Sanjay’s formative years, his relation with his father Sunil Dutt, his struggles coping up with the loss of his mother, his many affairs, etc.
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