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This was a new book shelf, and as all cat lovers know, new furniture always needs to be inspected. One second later Oscar had jumped to the ground.

 

I had a feeling there was a photo op here so set up lighting accordingly.

 

Shot with Nikon D700

 

Talent: Oscar (Oriental -Cinnamon Point Tabby) and Scooby (Oriental – Seal Point Tabby)

Ball Ground, GA (Cherokee County). Copyright 2007 D. Nelson

 

The late Oscar Robertson's rock empire occupies several stores, pretty much all of downtown Ball Ground as far as I could tell. A massive collection of rocks and stones ranging from bead size (as seen in the window displays) to large slabs fill buildings, yards and sidewalks, with a few rusty gas pumps thrown in for good measure.

 

The story goes that Mr. Robertson, also known as "The Rock Man" and a notorious grouch, would sit in his truck for hours guarding his rocks, keeping a close eye on passersby, only occasionally selling a rock or two. Rumors abound of hostile confrontations with unsuspecting tourists, immense amounts of cash well hidden and a brand-new car buried, awaiting his daughter's 16th birthday. He is said to have died a wealthy man worth $ 62 million according to one estimate (aside from accumulating rocks, he had also acquired large tracts of land in Cherokee County).

 

Mr. Robertson is now gone, but I was glad to see his collection still lining Ball Ground's streets. With Atlanta encroaching on North Georgia and developers and real estate agents buying up land as well as smalltown commercial property at an ever increasing speed, especially along the I-575 corridor, the future of these rocks is uncertain.

Gruene Hall, built in 1878, is Texas’ oldest continually operating and most famous dance hall. By design, not much has physically changed since the Hall was first built. The 6,000 square foot dance hall with a high pitched tin roof still has the original layout with side flaps for open air dancing, a bar in the front, a small lighted stage in the back and a huge outdoor garden. Advertisement signs from the 1930s and 40s still hang in the old hall and around the stage.

 

In the 1800s, Gruene Hall held weekly dances and played host to everything from traveling salesmen to high school graduations to badger fights. Today, the Hall has continued to be a center for the Gruene and Central Texas social and entertainment scene, and the activities are just as varied. In any given week, locals hold court in the front bar after work talking over their day’s activities, a friend’s passing, the weather or the state of the economy. Possibly at the same time, the filming of a movie or commercial or preparation for a festival, fundraiser or a major corporation’s private party may be taking place in the main hall or beer garden.

 

Gruene Hall, located in Gruene, Texas, is one of the oldest functioning dance halls in the state. Largely a tourist attraction today, Gruene (originally known as Goodwin) was settled in the mid-nineteenth century by German farming families. As the head of one of these families, Ernst Gruene moved with his wife and two sons to the area northeast of New Braunfels in 1872. The second of his two sons, Henry (Heinrich) D. Gruene, firmly established the family's presence in the area by acquiring enough cotton-producing land to support between twenty and thirty tenant-farm families. In 1878 he built the dance hall known today as Gruene Hall. Before his death in 1920 he built the town's first mercantile store, cotton gin, lumberyard, and bank. He also provided land for a school and served for a time as postmaster.

 

Henry Gruene's Dance Hall provided area residents a place for socializing and offered hard-working farm families a diversion from their difficult lives. A sign hanging over the bar proclaimed "Den feinsten Schnaps, das beste Bier, bekommt man bei dem Heinrich hier" ("The best liquor, the best beer, you get at Henry's here"). In addition to serving both "the best beer" and "dime-a-shot whiskey," and providing a venue for polka bands and square dancing, the hall often was used by traveling salesmen for displaying their wares. Gruene Hall also became a popular location for Saengerfests (German singing festivals), high school graduation ceremonies, political elections, and both dog and badger fights. During Prohibition, Henry Gruene hung a sign in the bar that read, "Only Near Beer is Sold Here. Real Beer is Sold Near Here."

 

In the early part of the twentieth century, weekend dances usually began early on Saturday evenings. Typically, there would be a break at midnight for sandwiches and coffee, followed by more dancing until 5 A.M. The late Oscar Haas, a long-time resident of New Braunfels, remembered "those wonderful all-night dances at Gruene Hall—the long bar and the beer—the midnight supper—the children sleeping in the side room, as the parents danced until 5 A.M….the polkas, schottisches, waltzes, and the happiest of all, the ring-arounds."

 

Despite such joyous occasions, the residents of Gruene faced difficult times as well. In 1925 a boll weevil infestation devastated area crops. The Great Depression and the attendant decline in cotton prices nearly wiped out what was left of the town, though Gruene Hall continued to stay open.

 

In the early 1970s developers planned to raze the town in order to build new homes. While visiting the dormant community in 1974, Cheryle Fuller began her own efforts to save the town through devising a development plan and conducting a historical survey. In 1975 Gruene was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Two years later, San Antonio residents Bill Gallagher and Pat Molak used a $20,000 loan to purchase a number of local buildings, including the hall, and Molak, along with Mary Jane Nalley, began the work of preservation and renovations of the buildings. Their plans for the 6,000-square-foot hall involved very little structural change. They insisted on maintaining the vintage signs, stage, dance floor and forty-eight-star United States flag.

 

Under the current ownership, Gruene Hall has become internationally recognized as a destination tourist attraction and major music venue for up-and-coming as well as established artists. Since 1975, the Hall has played host to hundreds of celebrities whose pictures adorn the walls.

 

An incomplete list includes: George Strait, Garth Brooks, Lyle Lovett, Albert Collins, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Arlo Guthrie, Texas Tornadoes, Merle Haggard, Joe Ely, Leon Russell, Kris Kristofferson, Townes Van Zandt,

Los Lobos, Buddy Guy, Willie Nelson, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, BB King, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Dr. John, Reverend Horton Heat, Lucinda Williams and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, & Ziggy Marley.

 

Referenced: gruenehall.com/about & Texas State Historical Association

Estimated : € 225.000 - 250.000

Sold for € 275.000

 

RM Sotheby's

Place Vauban

Parijs - Paris

Frankrijk - France

February 2018

 

By 1983, the Aston Martin V8 range had been in production for over half a decade and was still going strong. Continued upgrades and model changes meant that each customer bought a hand-crafted and custom-built vehicle, and the second iteration of the Vantage engine meant that those customers were often driving the most powerful vehicle on the road.

 

The V580 engine, introduced in 1980, was standard across the V8 range – it was the specification of the camshafts that increased the Vantage output to 375 bhp. The problem came with the tyres: Pirelli had trouble maintaining consistent quality with the previously favoured tyre, so in 1981 the factory moved to the P7. Unfortunately, this tyre required over inflation, and ride and handling were severely affected. In 1983, a solution was found: adopt 8-in. BBS wheels, and widen the wheel arch to accommodate the larger combination of wheel and tyre. Seen on this vehicle, these wheels are often considered much more beautiful and were retained for following models. Combined with the rare and desirable manual gearbox, the Vantage was a potent car and today highly sought after in this configuration.

 

Having been in current ownership since May 2007, this rare Aston Martin V580 BBS, as these later Oscar Indias are commonly known, left the factory on 28 March 1983 with the desirable and rare Vantage specification and manual gearbox. It has undergone three stages of extensive restoration work to bring it to showroom condition. The first stage, completed in 2008, focused on the mechanical restoration. Invoices accounting for labour and new parts, including a new clutch, new shock absorbers, a new steering rack and five new tyres, amount to € 40.000, and the work was completed by Aston Martin Bordeaux.

 

The second stage, completed in 2011, focused on the paintwork and cost € 35.000 at Aston Martin Bordeaux and in 2013, again by Aston Martin Bordeaux, further restoration work cost in excess of € 77.000. The body was completely taken apart and repaired before being primed and painted, fitted with all new glass and window seals, and then re-trimmed in 30 square meters of immaculate white leather. Finally, just this year chassis no. 12363 underwent a tune-up by Aston Martin Heritage at a cost € 37.000 to ensure that it is in correct and working order. Total expenditure in the last 10 years has surpassed € 188.000.

 

Beautifully pristine in every way, a more perfect V8 Vantage Oscar India would be hard to find. Complete with build sheet and Heritage Certificate, plus invoices and photographs from all restoration work, the new owner of chassis 12363 will not be disappointed.

Estimated : € 225.000 - 250.000

Sold for € 275.000

 

RM Sotheby's

Place Vauban

Parijs - Paris

Frankrijk - France

February 2018

 

By 1983, the Aston Martin V8 range had been in production for over half a decade and was still going strong. Continued upgrades and model changes meant that each customer bought a hand-crafted and custom-built vehicle, and the second iteration of the Vantage engine meant that those customers were often driving the most powerful vehicle on the road.

 

The V580 engine, introduced in 1980, was standard across the V8 range – it was the specification of the camshafts that increased the Vantage output to 375 bhp. The problem came with the tyres: Pirelli had trouble maintaining consistent quality with the previously favoured tyre, so in 1981 the factory moved to the P7. Unfortunately, this tyre required over inflation, and ride and handling were severely affected. In 1983, a solution was found: adopt 8-in. BBS wheels, and widen the wheel arch to accommodate the larger combination of wheel and tyre. Seen on this vehicle, these wheels are often considered much more beautiful and were retained for following models. Combined with the rare and desirable manual gearbox, the Vantage was a potent car and today highly sought after in this configuration.

 

Having been in current ownership since May 2007, this rare Aston Martin V580 BBS, as these later Oscar Indias are commonly known, left the factory on 28 March 1983 with the desirable and rare Vantage specification and manual gearbox. It has undergone three stages of extensive restoration work to bring it to showroom condition. The first stage, completed in 2008, focused on the mechanical restoration. Invoices accounting for labour and new parts, including a new clutch, new shock absorbers, a new steering rack and five new tyres, amount to € 40.000, and the work was completed by Aston Martin Bordeaux.

 

The second stage, completed in 2011, focused on the paintwork and cost € 35.000 at Aston Martin Bordeaux and in 2013, again by Aston Martin Bordeaux, further restoration work cost in excess of € 77.000. The body was completely taken apart and repaired before being primed and painted, fitted with all new glass and window seals, and then re-trimmed in 30 square meters of immaculate white leather. Finally, just this year chassis no. 12363 underwent a tune-up by Aston Martin Heritage at a cost € 37.000 to ensure that it is in correct and working order. Total expenditure in the last 10 years has surpassed € 188.000.

 

Beautifully pristine in every way, a more perfect V8 Vantage Oscar India would be hard to find. Complete with build sheet and Heritage Certificate, plus invoices and photographs from all restoration work, the new owner of chassis 12363 will not be disappointed.

German postcard. NPG, no. 1062. Photo Angelo, Budapest 1918.

 

Ica Lenkeffy aka Ica von Lenkeffy was a Hungarian actress of the stage and screen, who was most active in Hungarian silent cinema in the late 1910s and early 1920s. She also did some films in Austria, Germany, and France.

 

Ica (von) Lenkeffy was born on October 25, 1896, in Miskolc, Hungary. She was the daughter of actor Kornél Lenkefi (originally Manó József Győző Kaukal) and Ernesztin (Catherine) Kaukal, so her real name was Ilona Kaukál. Lenkeffy attended school in Budapest but did not complete drama school. She first appeared in the countryside, and at the age of fifteen introduced herself in the role of Julie in “Summer Love” at Vígszínház (the Comedy Theatre of Budapest). Until 1913, she was a member of the Vígszínház, then worked from 1914 at the Hungarian Theater, and in 1915 she became a member of the Royal Theater. On 8 June 1918, she married Imre Roboz, the director of the company Projectograf in Budapest, but they divorced in 1923.

 

Ica Lenkeffy started in film in 1912 with director Sándor (Alexander) Góth, who had just started his career. Her first successful film was Szulamit (1916, directed by Jenő Illés/ Eugen Illés), set in Old Testaments times and with Dezsõ Kertész as her co-star. Lenkeffy then mostly played in films directed by Márkus László, Bela Balogh, Mihály Kertész (Michael Curtiz) and Sándor (Alexander) Korda. Among her film partners were Alfréd Deésy, Oscar Beregi Sr., Gyula Csortos, Mihály Várkonyi (Victor Varconi), Artúr Somlay, Jenő Törzs, Iván Petrovich, and the later Oscar winner Pál Lukács (Paul Lukas). In 1921 Lenkeffy moved to Vienna for acting in films there, e.g. in Boccaccio (Michael Curtiz, 1920), also with Paul Lukas. She then moved on to Berlin, where she e.g. starred opposite Paul Hartmann in the May-Film production Die Erbin von Tordis (Robert Dinesen, 1921). In the German production of Othello (Dimitri Buchowetzki, 1922), Ica (by now Von) Lenkeffy played Desdemona opposite Emil Jannings as Othello and Werner Krauss as Jago.

 

In 1923 Lenkeffy married again, this time to Parisian banker Louis Mannheim. She moved to Paris with him, where she lived in luxury, but left her filming at her husband's request. In the late 1920s she tried to return and was also involved in two French silent films, Yvette (Alberto Cavalcanti, 1928) and Souris d'hôtel (Adelqui Migliar, 1929) - she had the lead in the latter film - but the appearance of sound cinema made any follow-ups impossible. She then escaped her husband with Miklós Goldberger, son of industrial magnate Leo von Goldberger de Buday. In the 1930s Lenkeffy returned to Hungary, where she died on January 25, 1955, in Budapest.

 

Sources: Hungarian and English Wikipedia, IMDB.

 

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I think this was the last photo I ever took of late Oscar (our neighbour's cat). He was ill, and eventually disappeared.. :*( He wasn't our cat, but I still miss him. He was the only other cat whom our own cats allowed in the house. Oscar often slept in our living room at night, especially if it was cold or rainy out.

Golden Dream Barbie trying the latest Oscar de la Renta fashion, eat your heart out Krystle

The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013, which will open on 8 June, will be designed by multi award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.

 

He is the thirteenth and, at 41, youngest architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary structure for the Serpentine Gallery. The most ambitious architectural programme of its kind worldwide, the Serpentine's annual Pavilion commission is one of the most anticipated events on the cultural calendar. Past Pavilions have included designs by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei (2012), Frank Gehry (2008), the late Oscar Niemeyer (2003) and Zaha Hadid, who designed the inaugural structure in 2000.

From Russia - illustration of the late Oscar Wilde -Nightingale and rose

Oscar is thrilled about a new year of the 52 weeks for dogs group and has made me promise I will not get behind this year. Oscar thinks I have a better chance of staying current with the group now that I will only be focusing on him and not his brother Milo ( He won this spot in a coin toss).

 

Oscar is very excited about meeting new members of the group and continuing his friendships with returning members.

 

For those of you who do not know Oscar he is a 3 1/2 year old Chocolate Labrador Retriever whos disposition is true to his breed. He is a high energy guy that is happiest when he is out running in the woods or swimming in a lake, stream, pond or mud puddle. In May of 2009 Oscar tore his knee ligaments at the dog park . We unsuccessfully attempted to heal it with rest but in September Oscar had to have it surgically repaired. Three months and Three Thousand dollars later Oscar is fully recovered and ready to hit the Pittsburgh dog park circuit again. The weather here has been terrible since the Veterinarian medically cleared him to full activity so hopefully we can get out for adventures soon. I am looking forward to getting some good action shots of him again.

 

My goal for 2010 is to somehow get Oscar to be agreeable and allow me to photograph him with a hat on. In Oscar's world hats are for chewing and shredding, not for wearing.

 

I did not crop his bottom jaw off ... This is how the photo was taken and it was the best one in the limited daylight I had to work with.

 

The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013, which will open on 8 June, will be designed by multi award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.

 

He is the thirteenth and, at 41, youngest architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary structure for the Serpentine Gallery. The most ambitious architectural programme of its kind worldwide, the Serpentine's annual Pavilion commission is one of the most anticipated events on the cultural calendar. Past Pavilions have included designs by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei (2012), Frank Gehry (2008), the late Oscar Niemeyer (2003) and Zaha Hadid, who designed the inaugural structure in 2000.

Uncle Bobby is a relative of the late Oscar Grant who told us the story from his point of reference to students and faculty of SFSU.

  

Photo (c) Media Collective

Estimated : € 225.000 - 250.000

Sold for € 275.000

 

RM Sotheby's

Place Vauban

Parijs - Paris

Frankrijk - France

February 2018

 

By 1983, the Aston Martin V8 range had been in production for over half a decade and was still going strong. Continued upgrades and model changes meant that each customer bought a hand-crafted and custom-built vehicle, and the second iteration of the Vantage engine meant that those customers were often driving the most powerful vehicle on the road.

 

The V580 engine, introduced in 1980, was standard across the V8 range – it was the specification of the camshafts that increased the Vantage output to 375 bhp. The problem came with the tyres: Pirelli had trouble maintaining consistent quality with the previously favoured tyre, so in 1981 the factory moved to the P7. Unfortunately, this tyre required over inflation, and ride and handling were severely affected. In 1983, a solution was found: adopt 8-in. BBS wheels, and widen the wheel arch to accommodate the larger combination of wheel and tyre. Seen on this vehicle, these wheels are often considered much more beautiful and were retained for following models. Combined with the rare and desirable manual gearbox, the Vantage was a potent car and today highly sought after in this configuration.

 

Having been in current ownership since May 2007, this rare Aston Martin V580 BBS, as these later Oscar Indias are commonly known, left the factory on 28 March 1983 with the desirable and rare Vantage specification and manual gearbox. It has undergone three stages of extensive restoration work to bring it to showroom condition. The first stage, completed in 2008, focused on the mechanical restoration. Invoices accounting for labour and new parts, including a new clutch, new shock absorbers, a new steering rack and five new tyres, amount to € 40.000, and the work was completed by Aston Martin Bordeaux.

 

The second stage, completed in 2011, focused on the paintwork and cost € 35.000 at Aston Martin Bordeaux and in 2013, again by Aston Martin Bordeaux, further restoration work cost in excess of € 77.000. The body was completely taken apart and repaired before being primed and painted, fitted with all new glass and window seals, and then re-trimmed in 30 square meters of immaculate white leather. Finally, just this year chassis no. 12363 underwent a tune-up by Aston Martin Heritage at a cost € 37.000 to ensure that it is in correct and working order. Total expenditure in the last 10 years has surpassed € 188.000.

 

Beautifully pristine in every way, a more perfect V8 Vantage Oscar India would be hard to find. Complete with build sheet and Heritage Certificate, plus invoices and photographs from all restoration work, the new owner of chassis 12363 will not be disappointed.

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Architect is Sou Fujimoto.

The Pavilion is open until 20 October 2013

notes from Serpentine Gallery website are at (and also cut and pasted below)

www.serpentinegallery.org/2013/02/sou_fujimoto_to_design_...

 

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The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 is designed by multi award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.

 

He is the thirteenth and, at 41, youngest architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary structure for the Serpentine Gallery. The most ambitious architectural programme of its kind worldwide, the Serpentine's annual Pavilion commission is one of the most anticipated events on the cultural calendar. Past Pavilions have included designs by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei (2012), Frank Gehry (2008), the late Oscar Niemeyer (2003) and Zaha Hadid, who designed the inaugural structure in 2000.

 

Widely acknowledged as one of the most important architects coming to prominence worldwide, Sou Fujimoto is the leading light of an exciting generation of artists who are re-inventing our relationship with the built environment. Inspired by organic structures, such as the forest, the nest and the cave, Fujimoto's signature buildings inhabit a space between nature and artificiality. Fujimoto has completed the majority of his buildings in Japan, with commissions ranging from the domestic, such as Final Wooden House, T House and House N, to the institutional, such as the Musashino Art Museum and Library at Musashino Art University.

 

Occupying some 350 square-metres of lawn in front of the Serpentine Gallery, Sou Fujimoto's delicate, latticed structure of 20mm steel poles will have a lightweight and semi-transparent appearance that will allow it to blend, cloud-like, into the landscape and against the classical backdrop of the Gallery's colonnaded East wing. Designed as a flexible, multi-purpose social space - with a café sited inside - visitors will be encouraged to enter and interact with the Pavilion in different ways throughout its four-month tenure in London's Kensington Gardens.

 

Julia Peyton-Jones, Director, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, said:

 

"We are thrilled to be working with one of the most fascinating architects in the world today. A visionary, who has conceived an extraordinary response to our invitation to design the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, Sou Fujimoto has designed a structure that will enthral everyone that encounters it throughout the summer."

 

Describing his design concept, Sou Fujimoto said:

 

"For the 2013 Pavilion I propose an architectural landscape: a transparent terrain that encourages people to interact with and explore the site in diverse ways. Within the pastoral context of Kensington Gardens, I envisage the vivid greenery of the surrounding plant life woven together with a constructed geometry. A new form of environment will be created, where the natural and the man-made merge; not solely architectural nor solely natural, but a unique meeting of the two.

 

The Pavilion will be a delicate, three-dimensional structure, each unit of which will be composed of fine steel bars. It will form a semi-transparent, irregular ring, simultaneously protecting visitors from the elements while allowing them to remain part of the landscape. The overall footprint will be 350 square-metres and the Pavilion will have two entrances. A series of stepped terraces will provide seating areas that will allow the Pavilion to be used as a flexible, multi-purpose social space.

 

The delicate quality of the structure, enhanced by its semi-transparency, will create a geometric, cloud-like form, as if it were mist rising from the undulations of the park. From certain vantage points, the Pavilion will appear to merge with the classical structure of the Serpentine Gallery, with visitors suspended in space."

 

Fujimoto is the third Japanese architect to accept the invitation to design the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, following Toyo Ito in 2002 and Kazuyo Sejima & Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA in 2009

So from the 2nd flr upstairs window it's actually looking ok when the sun does appear briefly between hailstorms! Seconds later Oscar basking in the sun had to make a dash for it

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

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The Fountainhead remake will be Zack Snyder’s next film

 

After the disappointing box office of Justice League, director Zack Snyder is looking to get back into the grandiose filmmaking game with his planned adaptation of Ayn Rand’s 1943 novel The Fountainhead. Snyder revealed as much to a fan on Vero (via Deadline), where he confirmed the Fountainhead remake would be his next project, as opposed to his long-in-development Afghanistan war drama The Last Photograph.

 

The Fountainhead is officially Zack’s next project instead of The Last Photograph. pic.twitter.com/pKS84l3uO8

 

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Snyder previously said that the rights to Rand’s book were held by Warner Bros., where his Cruel & Unusual Films is based. Although his experience on Justice League was not ideal (complicated further by the death of his daughter), and his Batman v Superman‘s poor reception has been blamed for polluting the DC brand, the idea of Snyder continuing at Warners will be interesting, especially on a project like this that is virtually guaranteed to spark controversy.

 

“I have been working on ‘The Fountainhead,‘” Snyder stated in 2016. “I’ve always felt like ‘The Fountainhead’ was such a thesis on the creative process and what it is to create something. Warner Bros. owns [Ayn Rand’s] script and I’ve just been working on that a little bit.”

 

The script he’s referring to is the one Rand wrote for King Vidor’s 1949 adaptation starring Gary Cooper, which bombed at the box office and which the author later disavowed. The book, about an architect named Howard Rourke who strives to go against the grain in service of a more modern style of building, is a cornerstone of Rand’s controversial Objectivist philosophy, based around “rational self-interest.”

 

The late Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Cimino (The Deer Hunter) penned a screenplay of The Fountainhead in the mid-seventies with Clint Eastwood in mind for the Rourke part, but the failure of Heaven’s Gate took the wind out of his sails. In the early 2000s, Francis Ford Coppola attempted to mount his dream project Megalopolis, a story with an architect protagonist heavily inspired by Rourke, but the massive budget proved unattainable.

 

Are you excited by the idea of Zack Snyder doing The Fountainhead remake? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Window in memory of Helen Burn Wehrstedt.

 

“WEHRSTEDT.-On the 4th April, at the rectory, West Adelaide, Helen Burn, relict of the late Oscar Wehrstedt, in her 79th year.” [Register 5 Apr 1919]

 

“Mrs. Helen Burn Wehrstedt, relict of the late Mr. Oscar Wehrstedt died at St. James's Rectory, West Adelaide, on Friday, in the seventy-ninth year of her age. The deceased had been a great sufferer from rheumatism. She was the mother of the Rev. P. W. Wehrstedt, and, until advancing years prevented, she was a most energetic church worker. At Lyndoch, her son's former parish, she was widely beloved, and the same happy reputation was established at West Adelaide.” [Register 5 Apr 1919]

 

“WEHRSTEDT - on the 17th June, at his residence. Hurtle-square, Adelaide, suddenly, Oscar Wehrstedt, beloved husband of Helen Wehrstedt, in his 68th year. Sydney papers please copy.” [Advertiser 18 Jun 1900]

 

Church foundation stone chancel & nave 4 Oct 1883 by Bishop Kennion, architect Mr W A Tyrie, Mitcham freestone, opened 3 Feb 1884 as West Adelaide Mission church, extensions in memory of Rev John Garlick Pitcher, foundation stone 28 Sep 1901 by Bishop Harmer, re-opened 2 Jan 1902.

 

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

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About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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Estimated : € 225.000 - 250.000

Sold for € 275.000

 

RM Sotheby's

Place Vauban

Parijs - Paris

Frankrijk - France

February 2018

 

By 1983, the Aston Martin V8 range had been in production for over half a decade and was still going strong. Continued upgrades and model changes meant that each customer bought a hand-crafted and custom-built vehicle, and the second iteration of the Vantage engine meant that those customers were often driving the most powerful vehicle on the road.

 

The V580 engine, introduced in 1980, was standard across the V8 range – it was the specification of the camshafts that increased the Vantage output to 375 bhp. The problem came with the tyres: Pirelli had trouble maintaining consistent quality with the previously favoured tyre, so in 1981 the factory moved to the P7. Unfortunately, this tyre required over inflation, and ride and handling were severely affected. In 1983, a solution was found: adopt 8-in. BBS wheels, and widen the wheel arch to accommodate the larger combination of wheel and tyre. Seen on this vehicle, these wheels are often considered much more beautiful and were retained for following models. Combined with the rare and desirable manual gearbox, the Vantage was a potent car and today highly sought after in this configuration.

 

Having been in current ownership since May 2007, this rare Aston Martin V580 BBS, as these later Oscar Indias are commonly known, left the factory on 28 March 1983 with the desirable and rare Vantage specification and manual gearbox. It has undergone three stages of extensive restoration work to bring it to showroom condition. The first stage, completed in 2008, focused on the mechanical restoration. Invoices accounting for labour and new parts, including a new clutch, new shock absorbers, a new steering rack and five new tyres, amount to € 40.000, and the work was completed by Aston Martin Bordeaux.

 

The second stage, completed in 2011, focused on the paintwork and cost € 35.000 at Aston Martin Bordeaux and in 2013, again by Aston Martin Bordeaux, further restoration work cost in excess of € 77.000. The body was completely taken apart and repaired before being primed and painted, fitted with all new glass and window seals, and then re-trimmed in 30 square meters of immaculate white leather. Finally, just this year chassis no. 12363 underwent a tune-up by Aston Martin Heritage at a cost € 37.000 to ensure that it is in correct and working order. Total expenditure in the last 10 years has surpassed € 188.000.

 

Beautifully pristine in every way, a more perfect V8 Vantage Oscar India would be hard to find. Complete with build sheet and Heritage Certificate, plus invoices and photographs from all restoration work, the new owner of chassis 12363 will not be disappointed.

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

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About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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Julius and Oscar are totally different (looks and personality) but Oscars motor skills seem to develop in the same way as Julius' did. I've never seen babies do this, yet both my boys do it. Julius started doing this at 6,5 months and crawled 3 weeks later. Oscar started doing this at 6 months, we'll see when he'll be able to crawl. Funny little guys.

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

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www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

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www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

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About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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A selfie is a self-portrait photograph, typically taken with a hand-held digital camera or camera phone. Selfies are often shared on social networking services.

after the latest Oscar Academy Awards & the famous selfie on that ceremony, Taking group selfie pictures got more common.

Here at Suleymaniye Cami these two girls doing the same thing.

 

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Estimated : € 225.000 - 250.000

Sold for € 275.000

 

RM Sotheby's

Place Vauban

Parijs - Paris

Frankrijk - France

February 2018

 

By 1983, the Aston Martin V8 range had been in production for over half a decade and was still going strong. Continued upgrades and model changes meant that each customer bought a hand-crafted and custom-built vehicle, and the second iteration of the Vantage engine meant that those customers were often driving the most powerful vehicle on the road.

 

The V580 engine, introduced in 1980, was standard across the V8 range – it was the specification of the camshafts that increased the Vantage output to 375 bhp. The problem came with the tyres: Pirelli had trouble maintaining consistent quality with the previously favoured tyre, so in 1981 the factory moved to the P7. Unfortunately, this tyre required over inflation, and ride and handling were severely affected. In 1983, a solution was found: adopt 8-in. BBS wheels, and widen the wheel arch to accommodate the larger combination of wheel and tyre. Seen on this vehicle, these wheels are often considered much more beautiful and were retained for following models. Combined with the rare and desirable manual gearbox, the Vantage was a potent car and today highly sought after in this configuration.

 

Having been in current ownership since May 2007, this rare Aston Martin V580 BBS, as these later Oscar Indias are commonly known, left the factory on 28 March 1983 with the desirable and rare Vantage specification and manual gearbox. It has undergone three stages of extensive restoration work to bring it to showroom condition. The first stage, completed in 2008, focused on the mechanical restoration. Invoices accounting for labour and new parts, including a new clutch, new shock absorbers, a new steering rack and five new tyres, amount to € 40.000, and the work was completed by Aston Martin Bordeaux.

 

The second stage, completed in 2011, focused on the paintwork and cost € 35.000 at Aston Martin Bordeaux and in 2013, again by Aston Martin Bordeaux, further restoration work cost in excess of € 77.000. The body was completely taken apart and repaired before being primed and painted, fitted with all new glass and window seals, and then re-trimmed in 30 square meters of immaculate white leather. Finally, just this year chassis no. 12363 underwent a tune-up by Aston Martin Heritage at a cost € 37.000 to ensure that it is in correct and working order. Total expenditure in the last 10 years has surpassed € 188.000.

 

Beautifully pristine in every way, a more perfect V8 Vantage Oscar India would be hard to find. Complete with build sheet and Heritage Certificate, plus invoices and photographs from all restoration work, the new owner of chassis 12363 will not be disappointed.

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

twitter.com/TheRedCarpetTV

www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

www.minglemediatv.com

www.facebook.com/minglemediatvnetwork

www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

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www.flickr.com/MingleMediaTVNetwork

www.twitter.com/minglemediatv

 

Follow our host, Linda at twitter.com/LindaisSoGirlie

 

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

twitter.com/TheRedCarpetTV

www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

www.minglemediatv.com

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www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

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www.flickr.com/MingleMediaTVNetwork

www.twitter.com/minglemediatv

 

Follow our host, Linda at twitter.com/LindaisSoGirlie

 

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

twitter.com/TheRedCarpetTV

www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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Oscars 2010 is Coming! If Hollywood is really the movie capital of the world, then Oscar night is the world's greatest wrap party.Of course, most people are familiar with the evening's glamorous fashions and long-winded acceptance speeches, but what's new will this celebration bring to us?

Where to watch Oscars 2010 Live online for Free

 

Absolutely, the 82nd Academy Awards is worthy to concern. Besides watch it on TV , you can watch Oscars 2010 Live through internet. Here are some links where you can watch greatest wrap party.

 

10 Ways to Watch Oscars 2010 Live Online

 

* 1. Associated Press Oscars 2009 – Live red carpet coverage and video highlights

* 2. Backstage at the Oscars – The official Oscras site will have live coverage from backstage.

* 3. Live coverage from El_Parcero

* 4. Live coverage from Club Penguin

 

Hot Videos of the Academy Awards

 

* 5.Hulu coverage – Rred carpet coverage and highlights (Available in U.S only).

* 6.Road to Oscars – A video series with the latest oscar buzz and gossip

* 7. Behind the Dress – A fashion focused video series with behind the scenes coverage of the Oscars. Hosted by Nick Verreos.

* 8. BBC – Various news coverage from the Academy Awards (U.K Only)

* 9. Joost – A selection of Oscar videos from Joost.

* 10. YouTube – The YouTube official Oscars Channel

* 11. ABC News – Videos and news from the awards on ABC News

 

More is available at the original source:

10 Ways to Watch Oscars 2010 Live Online

“To my way of thinking, Dave Young is one of the most talented bassists on the jazz scene. His harmonic sympatico and unerring sense of time have kept him in the foreground of the jazz picture.” --Dr. Oscar Peterson

Toronto-based and Winnipeg-born multiple award-winning bassist and composer Dave Young, is, without a doubt, one of Canada’s most valuable and beloved musical exports. Whether he’s performing as part of a classical symphony, or as an integral member of an iconic jazz trio (with the likes of the late Oscar Peterson), or leading any of his dynamic ensembles, Dave remains a total musician, with artistic soul in abundance. He first began studying the guitar and violin at age ten, but a turn of events at his first gig (a University dance band) compelled him to pick up the bass. Equally comfortable in the worlds of orchestral classical music and jazz, Dave is a multiple threat. As a classical musician, he has been a member of The Edmonton Symphony, The Winnipeg Symphony and The Hamilton Philharmonic. As a jazz artist, he is a chameleon-like bassist, who often shines brightest in collaborative efforts with other musicians. Because of his technical skill, few bassists (jazz or otherwise) are able to dig in, swing hard and still render a lyrical arco solo as Dave can.

Toronto-based and Winnipeg-born multiple award-winning bassist and composer Dave Young, is, without a doubt, one of Canada’s most valuable and beloved musical exports. Whether he’s performing as part of a classical symphony, or as an integral member of an iconic jazz trio (with the likes of the late Oscar Peterson), or leading any of his dynamic ensembles, Dave remains a total musician, with artistic soul in abundance. He first began studying the guitar and violin at age ten, but a turn of events at his first gig (a University dance band) compelled him to pick up the bass. Equally comfortable in the worlds of orchestral classical music and jazz, Dave is a multiple threat. As a classical musician, he has been a member of The Edmonton Symphony, The Winnipeg Symphony and The Hamilton Philharmonic. As a jazz artist, he is a chameleon-like bassist, who often shines brightest in collaborative efforts with other musicians. Because of his technical skill, few bassists (jazz or otherwise) are able to dig in, swing hard and still render a lyrical arco solo as Dave can.

I tossed these clothes on top of Sammy one day, then walked in the next room. When I came back a minute later Oscar had decided that he wanted to sleep on top of the clothes. Poor Sammy. He has no idea why these clothes are so heavy.

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

twitter.com/TheRedCarpetTV

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www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

www.minglemediatv.com

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www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

www.youtube.com/MingleMediaTVNetwork

www.flickr.com/MingleMediaTVNetwork

www.twitter.com/minglemediatv

 

Follow our host, Linda at twitter.com/LindaisSoGirlie

 

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

twitter.com/TheRedCarpetTV

www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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With David away I had no one to tell me to go to bed tonight! Mum and I stayed up gossiping and chatting and drinking wine after watching Blue Jasmine, with Cate Blanchett in her latest Oscar winning role. We were so busy nattering we didn't realise it was nearly 2am. Who is going to get up with the kids?

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover Roger Neal's Style Hollywood 2013 Oscar Suite at the L’ERMITAGE Hotel In Beverly Hills. This year they featured the latest Oscar Gowns by Designers Addy Van Den Krommenacker and Shekar Rahate Beverly Hills.

 

This year our Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, will be wearing couture from designer, Shekhar Rahate on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Be sure to check back to see more photos of her dress. Find out more about this designer at www.ShekarRahate.com.

 

Linda will also be wearing a beautiful piece from Erin Fader Jewelry. Erin Fader Jewelry Design creates vintage inspired “timeless treasures” that connect the past with the present. Find out more here at www.ErinFader.com.

 

Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team, follow us on Twitter and Facebook at:

twitter.com/TheRedCarpetTV

www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

www.redcarpetreporttv.com

About Roger Neal's Style Hollywood Suite

Roger Neal and wife Lynn for the past 17 years have produced the most talked about Golden Globe and Academy Awards suites. The RNSH Suites has become THE PLACE for stars to get pampered, select gowns, shoes, handbags and jewelry for the Oscars. The RNSH suite also has a purpose by spotlighting a charity each year. Roger Neal say’s “WE ARE NOT A GIFTING SUITE,” however we do gift stars for coming and supporting our charities. For more info visit rogernealsh.net.

 

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

www.minglemediatv.com

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www.facebook.com/RedCarpetReportTV

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Estimated : € 225.000 - 250.000

Sold for € 275.000

 

RM Sotheby's

Place Vauban

Parijs - Paris

Frankrijk - France

February 2018

 

By 1983, the Aston Martin V8 range had been in production for over half a decade and was still going strong. Continued upgrades and model changes meant that each customer bought a hand-crafted and custom-built vehicle, and the second iteration of the Vantage engine meant that those customers were often driving the most powerful vehicle on the road.

 

The V580 engine, introduced in 1980, was standard across the V8 range – it was the specification of the camshafts that increased the Vantage output to 375 bhp. The problem came with the tyres: Pirelli had trouble maintaining consistent quality with the previously favoured tyre, so in 1981 the factory moved to the P7. Unfortunately, this tyre required over inflation, and ride and handling were severely affected. In 1983, a solution was found: adopt 8-in. BBS wheels, and widen the wheel arch to accommodate the larger combination of wheel and tyre. Seen on this vehicle, these wheels are often considered much more beautiful and were retained for following models. Combined with the rare and desirable manual gearbox, the Vantage was a potent car and today highly sought after in this configuration.

 

Having been in current ownership since May 2007, this rare Aston Martin V580 BBS, as these later Oscar Indias are commonly known, left the factory on 28 March 1983 with the desirable and rare Vantage specification and manual gearbox. It has undergone three stages of extensive restoration work to bring it to showroom condition. The first stage, completed in 2008, focused on the mechanical restoration. Invoices accounting for labour and new parts, including a new clutch, new shock absorbers, a new steering rack and five new tyres, amount to € 40.000, and the work was completed by Aston Martin Bordeaux.

 

The second stage, completed in 2011, focused on the paintwork and cost € 35.000 at Aston Martin Bordeaux and in 2013, again by Aston Martin Bordeaux, further restoration work cost in excess of € 77.000. The body was completely taken apart and repaired before being primed and painted, fitted with all new glass and window seals, and then re-trimmed in 30 square meters of immaculate white leather. Finally, just this year chassis no. 12363 underwent a tune-up by Aston Martin Heritage at a cost € 37.000 to ensure that it is in correct and working order. Total expenditure in the last 10 years has surpassed € 188.000.

 

Beautifully pristine in every way, a more perfect V8 Vantage Oscar India would be hard to find. Complete with build sheet and Heritage Certificate, plus invoices and photographs from all restoration work, the new owner of chassis 12363 will not be disappointed.

Identifier: baltimoreohioemp05balt

Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine

Year: 1912 (1910s)

Authors: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company

Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company

Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]

Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park

Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

  

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President Willards New Year Greeting 4 The Federal Income Tax on Individuals R. Marsden Smith 5 Order No. 1 Issued by Director General of Railroads 9 Its Different in England, You Know M. K. Barnum 11 American Railway Efficiency During the War 13 Use and Abuse of Power G. O. Moores 16 Before Old H. C. L. Was Born 18 At the Gate of the City R. E. Riley 19 The Needless and Criminal Loss of Vision Dr. E. M. Parlett 23 Cooperative Claim Prevention Bulletin—Dont Let Jack Frost Hand Us Damage Claims C. C. Glessner 26 Enemy Incendiaries Destroy 543,558,000 Worth of Property in Seven Months 27 Employes Children Point the Way to Safety First 29 Pipe Organ, Gift of the Late Oscar G. Murray, Dedicated at Cumber-land Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Y. M. C. A 30 Baltimore Employes Push Red Cross Drive 32 Civil War Railroad Orders 33 The Baltimore and Ohio Weighing Bureau L. D. Davis 35 Statement of Pension Feature 43 A Safe and Happy Year to All Baltimore and Ohio Employes 44 Handling of Household

  

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Gruene Hall, built in 1878, is Texas’ oldest continually operating and most famous dance hall. By design, not much has physically changed since the Hall was first built. The 6,000 square foot dance hall with a high pitched tin roof still has the original layout with side flaps for open air dancing, a bar in the front, a small lighted stage in the back and a huge outdoor garden. Advertisement signs from the 1930s and 40s still hang in the old hall and around the stage.

 

In the 1800s, Gruene Hall held weekly dances and played host to everything from traveling salesmen to high school graduations to badger fights. Today, the Hall has continued to be a center for the Gruene and Central Texas social and entertainment scene, and the activities are just as varied. In any given week, locals hold court in the front bar after work talking over their day’s activities, a friend’s passing, the weather or the state of the economy. Possibly at the same time, the filming of a movie or commercial or preparation for a festival, fundraiser or a major corporation’s private party may be taking place in the main hall or beer garden.

 

Gruene Hall, located in Gruene, Texas, is one of the oldest functioning dance halls in the state. Largely a tourist attraction today, Gruene (originally known as Goodwin) was settled in the mid-nineteenth century by German farming families. As the head of one of these families, Ernst Gruene moved with his wife and two sons to the area northeast of New Braunfels in 1872. The second of his two sons, Henry (Heinrich) D. Gruene, firmly established the family's presence in the area by acquiring enough cotton-producing land to support between twenty and thirty tenant-farm families. In 1878 he built the dance hall known today as Gruene Hall. Before his death in 1920 he built the town's first mercantile store, cotton gin, lumberyard, and bank. He also provided land for a school and served for a time as postmaster.

 

Henry Gruene's Dance Hall provided area residents a place for socializing and offered hard-working farm families a diversion from their difficult lives. A sign hanging over the bar proclaimed "Den feinsten Schnaps, das beste Bier, bekommt man bei dem Heinrich hier" ("The best liquor, the best beer, you get at Henry's here"). In addition to serving both "the best beer" and "dime-a-shot whiskey," and providing a venue for polka bands and square dancing, the hall often was used by traveling salesmen for displaying their wares. Gruene Hall also became a popular location for Saengerfests (German singing festivals), high school graduation ceremonies, political elections, and both dog and badger fights. During Prohibition, Henry Gruene hung a sign in the bar that read, "Only Near Beer is Sold Here. Real Beer is Sold Near Here."

 

In the early part of the twentieth century, weekend dances usually began early on Saturday evenings. Typically, there would be a break at midnight for sandwiches and coffee, followed by more dancing until 5 A.M. The late Oscar Haas, a long-time resident of New Braunfels, remembered "those wonderful all-night dances at Gruene Hall—the long bar and the beer—the midnight supper—the children sleeping in the side room, as the parents danced until 5 A.M….the polkas, schottisches, waltzes, and the happiest of all, the ring-arounds."

 

Despite such joyous occasions, the residents of Gruene faced difficult times as well. In 1925 a boll weevil infestation devastated area crops. The Great Depression and the attendant decline in cotton prices nearly wiped out what was left of the town, though Gruene Hall continued to stay open.

 

In the early 1970s developers planned to raze the town in order to build new homes. While visiting the dormant community in 1974, Cheryle Fuller began her own efforts to save the town through devising a development plan and conducting a historical survey. In 1975 Gruene was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Two years later, San Antonio residents Bill Gallagher and Pat Molak used a $20,000 loan to purchase a number of local buildings, including the hall, and Molak, along with Mary Jane Nalley, began the work of preservation and renovations of the buildings. Their plans for the 6,000-square-foot hall involved very little structural change. They insisted on maintaining the vintage signs, stage, dance floor and forty-eight-star United States flag.

 

Under the current ownership, Gruene Hall has become internationally recognized as a destination tourist attraction and major music venue for up-and-coming as well as established artists. Since 1975, the Hall has played host to hundreds of celebrities whose pictures adorn the walls.

 

An incomplete list includes: George Strait, Garth Brooks, Lyle Lovett, Albert Collins, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Arlo Guthrie, Texas Tornadoes, Merle Haggard, Joe Ely, Leon Russell, Kris Kristofferson, Townes Van Zandt,

Los Lobos, Buddy Guy, Willie Nelson, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, BB King, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Dr. John, Reverend Horton Heat, Lucinda Williams and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, & Ziggy Marley.

 

Referenced: gruenehall.com/about & Texas State Historical Association

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Robi Botos plays tribute to Musician of The Year - piano legend late Oscar Peterson

Sculptor Ruth Abernathy waits with the wife and daughter of the late Oscar Peterson for the arrival of the Queen

Gruene Hall, built in 1878, is Texas’ oldest continually operating and most famous dance hall. By design, not much has physically changed since the Hall was first built. The 6,000 square foot dance hall with a high pitched tin roof still has the original layout with side flaps for open air dancing, a bar in the front, a small lighted stage in the back and a huge outdoor garden. Advertisement signs from the 1930s and 40s still hang in the old hall and around the stage.

 

In the 1800s, Gruene Hall held weekly dances and played host to everything from traveling salesmen to high school graduations to badger fights. Today, the Hall has continued to be a center for the Gruene and Central Texas social and entertainment scene, and the activities are just as varied. In any given week, locals hold court in the front bar after work talking over their day’s activities, a friend’s passing, the weather or the state of the economy. Possibly at the same time, the filming of a movie or commercial or preparation for a festival, fundraiser or a major corporation’s private party may be taking place in the main hall or beer garden.

 

Gruene Hall, located in Gruene, Texas, is one of the oldest functioning dance halls in the state. Largely a tourist attraction today, Gruene (originally known as Goodwin) was settled in the mid-nineteenth century by German farming families. As the head of one of these families, Ernst Gruene moved with his wife and two sons to the area northeast of New Braunfels in 1872. The second of his two sons, Henry (Heinrich) D. Gruene, firmly established the family's presence in the area by acquiring enough cotton-producing land to support between twenty and thirty tenant-farm families. In 1878 he built the dance hall known today as Gruene Hall. Before his death in 1920 he built the town's first mercantile store, cotton gin, lumberyard, and bank. He also provided land for a school and served for a time as postmaster.

 

Henry Gruene's Dance Hall provided area residents a place for socializing and offered hard-working farm families a diversion from their difficult lives. A sign hanging over the bar proclaimed "Den feinsten Schnaps, das beste Bier, bekommt man bei dem Heinrich hier" ("The best liquor, the best beer, you get at Henry's here"). In addition to serving both "the best beer" and "dime-a-shot whiskey," and providing a venue for polka bands and square dancing, the hall often was used by traveling salesmen for displaying their wares. Gruene Hall also became a popular location for Saengerfests (German singing festivals), high school graduation ceremonies, political elections, and both dog and badger fights. During Prohibition, Henry Gruene hung a sign in the bar that read, "Only Near Beer is Sold Here. Real Beer is Sold Near Here."

 

In the early part of the twentieth century, weekend dances usually began early on Saturday evenings. Typically, there would be a break at midnight for sandwiches and coffee, followed by more dancing until 5 A.M. The late Oscar Haas, a long-time resident of New Braunfels, remembered "those wonderful all-night dances at Gruene Hall—the long bar and the beer—the midnight supper—the children sleeping in the side room, as the parents danced until 5 A.M….the polkas, schottisches, waltzes, and the happiest of all, the ring-arounds."

 

Despite such joyous occasions, the residents of Gruene faced difficult times as well. In 1925 a boll weevil infestation devastated area crops. The Great Depression and the attendant decline in cotton prices nearly wiped out what was left of the town, though Gruene Hall continued to stay open.

 

In the early 1970s developers planned to raze the town in order to build new homes. While visiting the dormant community in 1974, Cheryle Fuller began her own efforts to save the town through devising a development plan and conducting a historical survey. In 1975 Gruene was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Two years later, San Antonio residents Bill Gallagher and Pat Molak used a $20,000 loan to purchase a number of local buildings, including the hall, and Molak, along with Mary Jane Nalley, began the work of preservation and renovations of the buildings. Their plans for the 6,000-square-foot hall involved very little structural change. They insisted on maintaining the vintage signs, stage, dance floor and forty-eight-star United States flag.

 

Under the current ownership, Gruene Hall has become internationally recognized as a destination tourist attraction and major music venue for up-and-coming as well as established artists. Since 1975, the Hall has played host to hundreds of celebrities whose pictures adorn the walls.

 

An incomplete list includes: George Strait, Garth Brooks, Lyle Lovett, Albert Collins, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Arlo Guthrie, Texas Tornadoes, Merle Haggard, Joe Ely, Leon Russell, Kris Kristofferson, Townes Van Zandt,

Los Lobos, Buddy Guy, Willie Nelson, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, BB King, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Dr. John, Reverend Horton Heat, Lucinda Williams and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, & Ziggy Marley.

 

Referenced: gruenehall.com/about & Texas State Historical Association

later, Oscar and I played with the iPad camera and tried to make the scariest faces possible. I'm not going to post the one Oscar made which he then had me paint over in MS Paint with like a black tongue, red hair, yellow eyes, etc. which all looked totally demented.

Window in memory of Helen Burn Wehrstedt.

 

“WEHRSTEDT.-On the 4th April, at the rectory, West Adelaide, Helen Burn, relict of the late Oscar Wehrstedt, in her 79th year.” [Register 5 Apr 1919]

 

“Mrs. Helen Burn Wehrstedt, relict of the late Mr. Oscar Wehrstedt died at St. James's Rectory, West Adelaide, on Friday, in the seventy-ninth year of her age. The deceased had been a great sufferer from rheumatism. She was the mother of the Rev. P. W. Wehrstedt, and, until advancing years prevented, she was a most energetic church worker. At Lyndoch, her son's former parish, she was widely beloved, and the same happy reputation was established at West Adelaide.” [Register 5 Apr 1919]

 

“WEHRSTEDT - on the 17th June, at his residence. Hurtle-square, Adelaide, suddenly, Oscar Wehrstedt, beloved husband of Helen Wehrstedt, in his 68th year. Sydney papers please copy.” [Advertiser 18 Jun 1900]

 

Church foundation stone chancel & nave 4 Oct 1883 by Bishop Kennion, architect Mr W A Tyrie, Mitcham freestone, opened 3 Feb 1884 as West Adelaide Mission church, extensions in memory of Rev John Garlick Pitcher, foundation stone 28 Sep 1901 by Bishop Harmer, re-opened 2 Jan 1902.

 

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