TUSCALOOSA, AL – NOVEMBER 22: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on during the game against the Western Carolina Catamounts at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 22, 2014 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)An Alabama football player was reportedly arrested early Sunday morning, hours following the Crimson Tide’s win over Tennessee.Alabama offensive lineman Hunter Brannon was reportedly arrested on suspicion of DUI early Sunday morning in Tuscaloosa, Ala.Brannon was reportedly in police custody as of 10 a.m. E.T.Alex Byington had the details:“Alabama redshirt fr. OL Hunter Brannon was arrested and charged with misdemeanor DUI early Sunday morning in Tuscaloosa. He remains in custody as of 10 am Sunday,” he reports.#Alabama redshirt fr. OL Hunter Brannon was arrested and charged with misdemeanor DUI early Sunday morning in Tuscaloosa. He remains in custody as of 10 am Sunday. pic.twitter.com/5OSh7INTFT— Alex Byington (@_AlexByington) October 21, 2018Brannon was a three-star recruit in the 2017 class. He is an Alabama native.Stay tuned for more details.
Taste delectable dishes from Europe and beyond New York, N.Y. – March 6, 2019 – Indulge your senses with fine dining at the places you’ve always dreamed of visiting. With Luxury Gold’s astonishing journeys to Europe and beyond, you’ll open your mind–and your taste buds–to exceptional cuisines. Food is a deciding factor when choosing a new place to visit, and Luxury Gold goes above and beyond to provide unique dining experiences. From dining at critically acclaimed Michelin Star restaurants, to tasting local, home-hosted meals, Luxury Gold will offer culinary experiences you’ll never forget. A culinary experience that’s a favorite among guests is a hands-on cooking class in destinations from the industry’s top chefs. To enhance and personalize your dining experiences, a Traveling Concierge is there every step of the way to provide superior knowledge and culinary recommendations. Among food experiences, Luxury Gold offers everything a discerning traveler would want with luxury hotels, access to VIP experiences, a Traveling Concierge and small groups. Ultimate Italy (12-days): Delight in the romance of the Eternal City of Rome at a spectacular dinner of delicious Italian cuisine and wine at an elegant local restaurant near Piazza Navona. In Tuscany, enjoy a tasting of rare Super Tuscan wines in the underground cellar of Machiavelli’s home before enjoying a light Farm-to-Table lunch. Take in exclusive views of the Gulf of Naples from the privileged perch of Michelin-starred Mammà. Savor a delectable meal of Mediterranean flavors in perfect Caprese style, created with passion from fresh, local produce by chef Salvatore La Ragione at the Isle of Capri. Spain and Portugal In Style (13-days): Explore a crossroad of cultures in Seville with an incredible gastronomy of its lively food markets. Join a local chef and find the right ingredients before heading to his modern kitchen to learn the culinary secrets needed to prepare a classic Andalusian lunch. Explore a local winery and learn about their processes and enjoy a delicious wine tasting in Evora, and taste a famous Portuguese delicacy, Pastéis de Belém, in Lisbon. Experience exceptional dining at the Michelin-starred Albora, a contemporary gastro bar and restaurant known for its distinct flavors and high-quality dishes inspired by seasonal ingredients, and delight in the impressive variety of regional wines on offer. Majestic Switzerland (10-days): Dine at one of the oldest Parisian-style brasseries in Zürich at Brasserie Lipp, a favorite to locals and travelers for many years. Appreciate the quality and ﬂawless service of the Michelin-starred restaurant in Geneva, La Ferme de l’Hospital, in Bossey, a 17th century farmhouse that has been re-imagined by chef Jean Jacques Noguier to serve innovative cuisine featuring seasonal flavors and local wines. In the village of Broc, visit Maison Cailler and immerse your senses in the wonderful world of chocolate. Embark on a scenic journey by cable car to the summit of Mount Stanserhorn and enjoy a fabulous Celebration Dinner at a panoramic rotating restaurant, offering expansive views over the Alps. For a limited time on Luxury Gold journeys, choose from one of our amazing journeys to Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean, Morocco and Egypt to receive this amazing offer: $350 off per person on Economy, $400 off per person on Premium Economy or $450 off per person on Business Class for bookings until April 4. You can take advantage of this incredible offer and save $900 per couple for the travel period April 1 to Dec. 31 For more information about Luxury Gold Journeys, contact your favorite travel agent, call 1-888-862-5952, or visit www.luxurygoldvacations.com About Luxury GoldLuxury Gold sets an unmatched standard with its collection of award-winning journeys. Guided by a Traveling Concierge, Luxury Gold is a journey beyond the ordinary, where guests enjoy exclusive VIP Experiences, savor exceptional dining and relax in luxury hotels on every curated itinerary. As global leaders in luxury travel with expertise accumulated over nearly 100 years, Luxury Gold epitomizes extraordinary exploration to some of the world’s most spectacular destinations. To find out more, visit www.luxurygoldvacations.com.
Melbourne: The body of a 21-year-old Indian student in Australia who went missing was found on Monday in Victoria’s Marysville region, according to police, which also emptied a local dam in search of him. Poshik Sharma, a university student in Melbourne, was reported missing last Friday morning after leaving his friends at the Duck Inn on Thursday afternoon. The body was found in bush land on the outskirts of Marysville on Monday, four days after Sharma left a Marysville pub alone following a “minor disagreement” with friends, police was quoted as saying by the Age. The police said that the death is not being treated as suspicious. A search operation involving over 90 people from Victoria Police, the State Emergency Service, Country Fire Authority and specialist teams worked in and around the town of Marysville during the weekend to trace Sharma. Search and rescue crews drained a dam, while police dogs used one of Sharma’s socks to try and track his scent on Sunday, the report said.
The Canadian Press The engineering and construction firm has been at the centre of a political controversy following accusations by former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould that top government officials pressured her to overrule federal prosecutors and negotiate a deferred prosecution agreement with the company. MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. says chief executive Neil Bruce is retiring from the company and returning to his family in the United Kingdom.Ian Edwards, the company’s chief operating officer, has been named interim chief executive effective today.Bruce is expected to remain an adviser to the board until the end of the year.SNC also says that the board of directors has asked Edwards to undertake a review of the strategic direction of the company.A Quebec judge ruled last month there was enough evidence to send SNC-Lavalin to trial over charges of fraud and corruption. The company has pleaded not guilty.WATCH: SNC-Lavalin heading to court