Paris Hilton Shows Off Her Concert Swag: ‘my Fans Love When I Throw Them Out'

January 9, 2014

He's a good kid, he works hard and it's not an easy situation for him not to be playing every time. As reported by Jeremy Wilson in The Telegraph , Manchester United , Inter and Napoli are other possible destinations for Mata, who has played far fewer games than he would have hoped this season. With just nine starts in the Premier League during the 2013/14 campaign so far, the playmaker could favour a move elsewhere and it could be his wishes that decide his future. However, despite interest from a host of clubs, it will surely be the mega-rich Ligue 1 club that will pose the biggest threat of prying Mata away from the Blues. Laurent Blanc is on the lookout for a creative midfielder and has the funds availablea reported 35 millionto tempt Mourinho into selling the 25-year-old. Newcastle United Midfielder Yohan Cabaye on PSG's Radar Tony Marshall/Getty Images According to the Independent , Paris Saint-Germain are lining up a second move for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye. The Ligue 1 giants are apparently undeterred by Kim Kardashian an unsuccessful attempt to capture the 27-year-old in the summer and will return for the Frenchman in January.
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Paris Saint-Germain Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of January 6

Of course, with Le Pinxo on property, the French restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred chef Alain Dutournier, guests are just as likely to want to book a table click here at the sleek restaurant. While Paris' most notable attractions like the Louvre and Orsay museums are close by, visitors in need of a little rejuvenation before pounding the pavement can book a massage or facial at the hotel's Vendome SPA by Asian Villa. A fitness center, indoor spa and sauna are also available to guests, while one meeting room with 258 square feet of space ensures any gathering is both stylish and memorable. And that is one Parisian experience worth toasting at the hotel's other dining spot, Bar Chinois, where the drinks are as dramatic as the city itself. About Renaissance Renaissance Hotels represents a diverse collection of more than 155 hotels in 35 countries worldwide.
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You will always have Paris

The entertainer is seen around the country and fans show up at night clubs, venues and even concerts just to party with Paris. So what does the entertainer give them? On Monday night Paris Hilton revealed some of her swag when she hits the stage and what she tosses in the crowd is pretty generous. Loves it! Thanks @ SBGoodman for making me all my new merch! All my fans love when I throw them out to, tweeted Paris Hilton from her official twitter account. The star gives people gifts that they cant forget as her name is on every item.
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Paris’ ‘living wines’ raise the bar

"Playing in that league, all it did was it gave me more playing experience," he said. "Anytime you get more experience, get more comfortable, the better you are from it." For the Broncos he has tallied 22 tackles, most of them late in the season since he took over as the starter for Wesley Woodyard. Lenon now essentially splits the snaps with Woodyard who primarily plays in nickel packages. "He understands the game, he understands the their website schemes of offense, and he's gotten more comfortable in our defensive scheme as we've moved along," Broncos coach John Fox said Wednesday. "And as I mentioned awhile back, when we started plugging him in there, he earned that opportunity. And he's done a good job." ESPN.com once ran a list of the 25 biggest flops in the past 25 years. The XFL finished second behind Ryan Leaf.
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Paris Lenon, Broncos starting linebacker, is last XFLer click here in NFL

In the glass, the wine, from Patrick Bouju, a notable producer in the Auvergne, looks like a typical red, if a bit cloudy natural wines arent filtered or clarified. But the taste is anything but ordinary: Its intensely fruity, slightly funky, with a strong acidic finish. Most who try natural wines even when theyre good are shocked the first time, says Jancou. Its really a new way of tasting wine. At Vivant Table, which retains the beautifully tiled walls of the oisellerie (bird shop) it was in 1903, wines are paired with seasonal, sustainable fare such as rabbit and line-caught fish. While reservations are required at this 2-year-old spot, the adjacent wine bar, Vivant Cave, open evenings only, is a far more relaxed affair. Stylish young Parisians cluster along the long marble bar to sample tasty tapas and choose from a huge selection of natural wines one of the largest to be found in the city. Cafe de la Nouvelle Mairie In the perennially hip Latin Quarter youll find Cafe de la Nouvelle Mairie (19 Rue des Fosses Saint-Jacques, 33 1 44 07 04 41), an unassuming cafe and wine bar with warm yellow walls, worn wood tables and chalkboards listing the days specials including around 18 wines by the glass.
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9 quirky and brilliant Paris boutiques

You can sample three honeys before you buy. The shop also sells honey candy, honey jam, honey oil and soaps made from honey. Maison du Miel (French site only), 24 rue Vignon, 9th arrondissement; +33 1 47 42 26 70 Dead stylish ... Vintage specs at Pour Vos Beaux Yeux. 4. Pour Vos Beaux Yeux This may be the coolest collection of specs on the planet. The legendary folding Persol model of sunglasses worn by Steve McQueen in "The Thomas Crown Affair" and a Ray-Ban Bausch & Lomb frame like that perched on Johnny Depp's nose in "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" are among the vintage items on sale.
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Fine Dining in Paris Turns Up the Heat With Two Exciting New Cocktails

Paris Hilton makes surprise visit to childrens hospital Paris Hilton surprised a sick fan by paying her a visit at her hospital bedside on Tuesday. The socialite took time out to visit Childrens Hospital Los Angeles and stunned a cancer sufferer, identified only as Christina, when she turned up on a ward to wish her happy birthday. The star chatted and posed for pictures, which she posted on Instagram alongside the caption, Made me so happy to surprise the #BirthdayGirl Christy258 today at ChildrensLA. Such an amazing feeling to make someone smile. She then met other children at the hospital, adding, Loved being with you all today at ChildrensLA. Sending everyone love & prayers that you all get better soon. Happy to see you all smile.
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Paris Hilton makes surprise visit to children’s hospital

Despite all the hoopla about Paris -- the cinema, literature, poetry, music and art --it still exceeds my expectations. As a nonbeliever in hype, I am also firmly against places you "have to go" before you die. As if some generic deathbed checklist (skydiving! scuba diving! do all the diving!) is the sum of a satisfying human experience. And yet...I felt strangely compelled to go to Paris, it was the one place I had to see before I bought the farm.
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Paris, Believe the Hype

After my third time there, earlier this month, I hopped onto an eight-hour flight back to Dubai. I flicked through the in-flight entertainment and came across a film my friend had recommended Midnight in Paris. OK, I thought, lets take Paris along for the ride home. The film is, in its vibrant cinematography and homage to the 1920s, director Woody Allens love letter to the city and to the talent it harboured. Throughout, I felt Owen Wilsons characters adoration for Paris, for its beauty when it rains. He is thoroughly enchanted by the cobblestone streets, the cafes and buildings steeped in history, with ghosts of great writers, artists and poets on every corner. I felt, equally, the scorn he faced from family and friends who did not feel that connection.
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