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Bayswater & Paddington
Famous for its train station and the Peruvian bear named after it (the marmalade sandwich-munching Paddington Bear), this area is a good bet for affordable accommodation that's close to the tranquility of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens .

Bloomsbury, Euston & Fitzrovia
Bloomsbury is London's literary capital and a walking tour is the best way to discover the haunts of the city's verbose geniuses. A visit to the area is not complete without a wander through the hallowed halls of London's biggest tourist lure – the British Museum .

Reggae beats and spicy treats prevail in London's largest Afro-Caribbean community. Once a shabby, no-go area, it is now frequented by all kinds of people, including trendy, affluent types who hang out in the myriad of cool bars and happening clubs. The wonderful cultural diversity is visible in the bustling, popular market.

EDWARDS Ronald Mr. Ronald (Ronnie) Edwards of Rocky Mount passed away Thursday, December 7, 2017. His funeral will be 2 . at First Baptist Church on Saturday, December 16, 2017. Family will receive friends half an hour prior to service. Arrangements entrusted by Stanfield Mortuary Service. Read more

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The death occurred peacefully at the Colville Manor with family at her side on Sunday, November 5, 2017 of Martina Peters, aged 91 years of St. Charles, Souris, PE She is predeceased by her husband Elmer, and will be missed by her children Joan Kneabone (Barry), Eric (Darlene), Annette Mahar (Danny), Sheldon (Kathy), Michelle Blanchard (Robert), Wade (Brenda). She will also be remembered by 9 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. Survived by her sister May McAulay and sister-in-law Marie Campbell (Bernard). Predeceased by siblings Henry, William, and Charles Doiron, Monica Peters, Christina MacGuigan, and Anita Gallant. Resting at Dingwell Funeral Home with no visiting hours by her personal request. A Funeral Mass will held at St. Charles Roman Catholic Church Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 11:00am. Memorial donations in memory of Martina may be made to the St. Charles Cemetery Fund.

On September 11, 1967, Carol Burnett and her madcap cast took to the airwaves on CBS for a new variety series that combined sketch comedy, singing and dancing. Little did they know that The Carol Burnett Show would become an Emmy Award-winning program and survive the changing tastes of TV audiences to last eleven seasons. On March 29, 1978, the curtain came down for good. The Final Show , billed as A Special Evening with Carol Burnett , takes a two-hour stroll through the show’s glory days. Carol, Vicki and Tim present a video scrapbook of unforgettable moments from their routines and movie spoofs. The love was never more heartfelt than in this long goodbye. 

Yuro finally returned to Liberty in early 1968, traveling to Britain to cut her proposed comeback single, "Something Bad on My Mind." The finished product was her strongest release in some time, but went nowhere. Her breathtaking theme song to the Douglas Sirk film Interlude followed, and met a similarly grim fate (although Morrissey and Siouxie Sioux covered the tune a quarter century later); "It'll Never Be Over for Me" also stiffed, but also became a Northern soul perennial, with original copies changing hands for over 100 pounds a copy. A concert LP, Live at PJ's , was scheduled for release in the summer of 1969, but withdrawn just days prior to hitting retail. Yuro again left Liberty soon after, this time relocating to Las Vegas and starting a family. She performed only sporadically in the decade to follow, briefly resurfacing in 1975 on the short-lived Playboy label with "Southern Lady," which stalled at the number 108 spot. For Willie Mitchell 's Frequency imprint, Yuro cut a stunning cover of Toussaint McCall 's "Nothing Takes the Place of You" in 1979. A year later, she was diagnosed with throat cancer, but recovered to cut several LPs for the Dutch market as well as 1982's Timi Yuro Today, produced and financed by longtime friend Willie Nelson . Two years later she was forced to undergo a tracheotomy operation, effectively ending her singing career. She died March 30, 2004, at the age of 63.

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