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Saturday night Block party gets crazy in the hood after fights start to break out

Saturday night Block party gets crazy in the hood after fights start to break out

Saturday night Block party gets crazy in the hood after fights start to break out

Shocking footage has emerged of fights between football fans ahead of a match in London tonight.

Supporters of German side FC Köln marched through the capital this afternoon ahead of their team’s Europa League match with Arsenal this evening.

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A very British fight was occurring outside of a night club when cops were called in. And boy did they arrive.

Big fights break out.”
Elizabeth St. Clair, a lawyer currently in two book clubs — one distinguished by the members’ interest in anthropology, the
other, their interest in drinking — had her Waterloo in a previous club over Cormac McCarthy’s “All the Pretty Horses.”
The group consisted of several couples, including Ms. St. Clair and her boyfriend at the time.
Most people echo the sentiments of Gretchen Rubin, the author of “The Happiness Project,”
who has founded numerous book clubs: “They are,” she says, “the joy of my life.”
For many, a book club is an oasis in an otherwise hectic life.
“It’s the great divide between people who actually want to read
and discuss the book and people for whom the gathering is a social event, where the idea is a brief roundup of plot/characters/themes, and then — let’s talk about where our kids are applying to college.”
All you need is one person on either side of the divide, Ms. Korelitz said, and that person is likely to get the boot.
Three of Ms. Rubin’s book clubs are for “kid lit,”
and people can react to Young Adult literature in particular like hormonal 15-year-olds: “The biggest division in Y.
“I was invited to a group by a woman I didn’t know very well,” said Barbara Lippert, an advertising writer, “and I did the first reading — a so-so
but still interesting novel about an academic in the 1920s.