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15th June 2015Fact: Taylor Swift’s idol Mariska Hargitay has finally met the singer’s cat, who was named after the actress’ tough detective character Olivia Benson on TV drama Law Order: Special Victims Unit. The Love Story hitmaker shared footage of the meeting backstage at her gig in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Friday night (12Jun15) and posted it online. Adding commentary, Swift said, “This is Olivia Benson meeting Olivia Benson and things are going well so far.” Hargitay also made an unexpected appearance onstage at Lincoln Financial Field, alongside her Bad Blood video co star Cara Delevingne, who was another of the pop star’s special guests..
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Mike graduated from Reitz High School in Evansville, Indiana. He was a helicopter pilot and squadron leader during the Vietnam War. Mary’s Catholic Church, Lions Club, Masons (past Master of Lodge 239. “Ver. 26. 27. Call to revive ‘dying village’ as tourist trapA CHESHIRE village could reinvent itself as a tourist destination after almost a third of its shops announced plans to close.00:00, 13 AUG 2001Updated14:03, 24 JUL 2013Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA CHESHIRE village could reinvent itself as a tourist destination after almost a third of its shops announced plans to close.Four businesses in Helsby are shutting and at least one more is rumoured to be leaving.Business leaders say the mass exodus from the village’s small row of shops is largely explained by a drastic drop in trade.They say that the village is losing out to the nearby bigger commercial centres such as Frodsham, Ellesmere Port and Chester.Parish councillor David Harwood fears Helsby could become a “dying village” and says tourism is the only future for the village.He explained: “We have Helsby Hill, which is a huge asset, and the footpaths leading to the Sandstone Trail. Helsby is a very picturesque village and by attracting tourists we can boost the local economy.”Visitors can stay in the local pubs which run bed and breakfast. At the moment, it is the only way I can see a future for the village.” His own business, the District Garage, which has operated in Helsby since the 1940s, has recently closed.Other shops set to leave the village include Lawless bakery, Mulberry Florists and animal fodder retailer Griffiths Brothers.He said: “I was sad to go but my reasons for leaving were very much to do with the motor trade, not specifically trade in Helsby.”But sadly a lack of trade is causing big problems.