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Arsene Wenger will forever be revered at Arsenal, but almost everyone has welcomed the breath of fresh air that has blown through the club this summer. Players have talked about a clean slate and their opportunity to work with Unai Emery’s new ideas, with Wenger, once the club’s revolutionary, now consigned to a deserved place in the club’s history. Alan Smith believes that reinvigoration extends to the club’s former employees, too, many of whom had grown weary of reframing the same problems under Wenger year upon year. “Anybody in the media connected to Arsenal had grown fed up of trying to find different ways to say the same thing,” said the former Gunners striker-turned-pundit. “Organisation, work off the ball, leaders, more steel in the side, all of this stuff had been a broken record for five years or so. Now we can give thanks to Arsene and move on to see how Emery will change things and have an impact. It’s a blank … [Read more...] about Alan Smith: It’s like a breath of fresh air since Wenger left Arsenal
A small beach hidden at the heart of a forest and plantation, located in Koh Kong province’s Botum Sakor district, Thmor Sor has become an attractive tourist destination for people who like eco-tourism and delicious seafood, which arrives fresh from fishing boats. An added bonus – people waiting for the boats to come back to shore do not have to worry about chemicals. The Thmor Sor coast or simply Thmor Sor has become a destination for tourist from far away, especially those who are sick and tired of the cramped atmosphere of Phnom Penh and other urban areas. They come here to relax in the shade of coconut trees and breathe fresh ocean air, which, like a natural medicine, heals them from stress. “I feel really fresh when I came to visit here. All tired feelings of stress from work went away, replaced by a feeling of peace and freshness,” said Heng Tiang Muy, a tourist from Phnom Penh. “On top of that, this place offers fresh seafood that just arrives … [Read more...] about Thmor Sor: Fresh air, delicious seafood
Strong Thunderstorms Friday Usher In Canadian Pines Fresh Air Strong Thunderstorms Friday Usher In Canadian Pines Fresh Air Once again we are sitting in a hot humid air mass this afternoon but thunderstorm activity so far seems to be minimal except for some showers in Coastal South Jersey along a sea breeze front and some scattered cells inland. The odd pop up storm could develop into this evening but they will be few and far between. The main player is a cold front on Friday that will produce a line of thunderstorms that will put an end to this heat and humidity run that began last Friday. Before that however is another very warm and humid night with temperatures in the low to mid 70s by Friday morning. EASTERN SATELLITE REGIONAL RADAR The regional and local radars are showing some scattered pop up downpours and thundertorms. You cal also see the narrow band of showers in the Southern half of New Jersey lining up along and just west of the Garden State Parkway due to the sea breeze … [Read more...] about Strong Thunderstorms Friday Usher In Canadian Pines Fresh Air
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Ellen Bhang Globe Correspondent April 23, 2018 When you taste wines that sing with distinctiveness, you can bet that the people behind them have a story to tell. That’s certainly the case with four bottles from Spain, recently brought to market as part of a new project. Importer Eric Solomon, founder of European Cellars, has long been known for a portfolio drawing from France and Spain. With a company tagline of “place over process,” Solomon and his team have sought to showcase terroirs off the beaten path. Earlier this year, a new project within the company, called Indigo Wine, made its Boston debut. The endeavor serves as an incubator for producers new to the fold, and it includes pours that feel like a breath of fresh air. Two bottles are crafted by Pablo Calatayud at Celler del Roure in the village of Moixent, an hour’s drive south of … [Read more...] about Distinctive Spanish pours are a breath of fresh air