AfternoonRefuel with a hot chicken meal from Flock Shop or a spread of high quality goods from Stone Soup. Get back outside after lunch on the Mary Black Rail Trail, featuring B-Cycle rentals, a bike park, and NFL Play 60 course. Or walk the four-mile Cottonwood Trail as it weaves its way through a 116-acre urban preserve just minutes from downtown. MorningGet your day started with a sweet or savory breakfast from The Crepe Factory and then head out to Croft State Park, a prime destination for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. At the park, explore over 20 miles of trails with gorgeous views of Lake Craig, featuring a boat dock, ramp, and rentals so you can stay cool during your visit. Day One Downtown Spartanburg. Photo by Sam Dean MorningWhether you’re looking for breakfast on the go or a sit down brunch, get your day started at Downtown Deli and Donuts or Initial Q. Once you’re ready to get moving, reconnect with nature at Glendale Shoals, a scenic preserve featuring a cascading waterfall, eye-catching bridge, and river access for paddlers and waders alike. Nestled in the Upstate of South Carolina at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Spartanburg is full of outdoor adventures that are waiting for you. From the miles of trails perfect for bikers, hikers, and horseback riders to the quaint downtowns bursting with charm, discover something new when you head to this historic county in South Carolina. Day Two Cover photo: Couple running on Cottonwood Trail. Photo by Sam Dean EveningWhile you’re already at Drayton Mills, you’ll find comfort food favorites at Dray Bar & Grill and a cold beer from Holliday Brewing. For other dining options in the area, The Kennedy offers a true food experience featuring fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Or pair a delicious sandwich and artisan brew from New Groove. Turn in for the night at AC Hotel Spartanburg or Spartanburg Marriott, both within walking distance to downtown amenities. Fun FactCroft State Park, South Carolina’s largest state park at a sprawling 7,054 acres, was once a WWII Army Training Facility. Biking at Croft State Park. Photo by Sam Dean VisitSpartanburg.com EveningFor the best dishes off the grill, try Southside Smokehouse or Level 10 for dinner. Grab a post-adventure drink from RJ Rockers or the outdoor biergarten at FR8yard before you settle in for a luxurious night in a suite or cabin car at the Clevedale Historic Inn. AfternoonAt lunch, stop by Sugar-N-Spice or Cribbs Kitchen for southern staples that locals and visitors love. Get back to touring the town with some antique shopping in Landrum or explore Drayton Mills, a revitalized textile mill featuring a marketplace and two-mile trail.
Cowboys need to pay Ezekiel Elliott because ‘they’re running him to death,’ Eric Dickerson says “Our goal is to get deals done,” executive vice president Stephen Jones said on 105.3 The Fan earlier this week. “Our problem is we have a distribution dilemma. It’s our job to manage the (salary) cap, and we’re trying to divide the pie.”Other offensive stars including quarterback Dak Prescott and receiver Amari Cooper are in the final year of their rookie contracts, which has caused talks to shift from focusing on Elliott.”The money’s going out the door, it just depends on who gets what,” Stephen Jones said. Ezekiel Elliott contract: Cowboys star’s no deal-no play ultimatum ‘news to us,’ COO says Irvin acknowledged the team could still do well without the league’s leading rusher, but the former Cowboys wide receiver, who helped the team to three of its five Super Bowl wins, doesn’t think Dallas will see that glory again without the star in the backfield.“You may win games. You may sell tickets. And, you may make some money,” Irvin said. “But that nectar, you will not drink without Ezekiel Elliott.”Elliott earned his second rushing title in three years with 1,434 yards on a league-high 304 carries with six touchdowns last season, while adding 77 receptions for 567 yards with three touchdowns.He has been working out to stay in shape in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, according to multiple reports, but will not return to the team without a new deal, ESPN noted, citing a source close to the situation.But, the same report added, Elliott holding out into the regular season is not likely at this time. Dallas opens its season Sept. 8 against the Giants. Dak Prescott talks Ezekiel Elliott holdout: ‘Business is business’ Jerry Jones doesn’t seem to think the Cowboys need Ezekiel Elliott to win a Super Bowl, but one Dallas legend thinks otherwise.Michael Irvin recently voiced his opinion on Elliott’s holdout, which has stretched to the first week of the preseason, and Jones’ stance that Dallas can make it to and even win the Super Bowl without the two-time Pro Bowl running back. “I know for a fact before Jerry Jones leaves time and go to eternity, he wants to drink the sweet nectar of a championship again,” Irvin said, via TMZ Sports. “And, that nectar he will not partake in without Ezekiel Elliott.”Jones recently said “you don’t have to have a rushing champion to win a Super Bowl” as questions surrounding Dallas’ intentions to work out a new deal with Elliott heighten. Related News
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…found with serial hijackerThe Guyana Police Force reportedly has in custody two suspects who allegedly had hijacked the car of Guyana Times columnist Ryhaan Shah; and significantly, the Force has since recovered the hijacked vehicle.Columnist Ryhaan ShahIn a statement, the Police have said they have been making significant progress in recovering stolen vehicles and apprehending and prosecuting several alleged carjackers.Shah was, on November 04, 2017, robbed of her Toyota Allion motorcar by three gunmen as she was about to enter her Irving Street, Queenstown, Georgetown home.The Police on Friday said Shah’s vehicle was found in possession of a male who claimed ownership, and even produced a valid registration for the vehicle. However, investigators had their own suspicions, and impounded the vehicle pending further investigation. Their investigation led them to the alleged mastermind and another suspect who has been implicated in a series of armed robberies during which some of the victims were relieved of their vehicles.The Police note that the two suspects were charged and remanded for those offences, and are now facing additional charges.Shah was able to positively identify her vehicle although its colour was changed, and has since matched the engine and chassis numbers with her registration certificate.RecapShah had told this publication that at about 13:20h on Saturday, November 4, three gun-wielding men pounced upon her just as she had pulled up at her Irving Street, Georgetown residence. While she was opening the gates to her home, the gunmen attacked her and grabbed the keys to her silver grey Toyota Allion motor car, PLL 1127, and immediately drove off in the said vehicle.A neighbour who witnessed the incident quickly reported it via the 911 emergency call system. However, that was to no avail, as ranks had failed to show up at the scene of the crime.It was only after Shah had been taken to the Alberttown Police Station that she had discovered that officers had not been dispatched, as the Police had no vehicles at the time. As such, the much-needed prompt response was delayed, allowing the carjackers to make good their escape.