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End your busy day with Chops, 15:00 - 18:00

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George Ezra - Paradise

George Ezra has a new, beautiful love song that he says started as a melody he couldn’t get out of his head.  The song’s about the undeniable feeling of meeting someone new and falling for that person.


Two resourceful boys make me laugh...

Two boys in the states wanted to go watch the new black panther movie that’s come out recently, and they thought that if they could pretend to be one person, they’d be able to watch the movie by only buying one ticket.  So the one got on the others shoulders, they put on a trenchcoat and a hat and went to the movies.  And the video has gone find out it here!


"Man and Woman"

"Man and Woman” is a 8-meter tall moving steel sculpture by Georgian sculptor Tamara Kvesitadze and it represents a Muslim boy, Ali, and a Georgian princess, Nino, from a famous 1937 novel by Azerbaijani author Kurban Said. The tragic story ends with the lovers separated by the invasion of Soviet Russia.

The statues begin to move every day at 7 p.m., merging for a short embrace, before leaving each other behind.