Accompanied by a thorough history file containing letters, dyno test sheets, a copy of race results, a copy of the racing logbook, and photographs, RM Sotheby’s presented a unique post-war racing car conceived by esteemed engineer John Tojeiro, in its Open Roads, North America Auction, earlier this year. The event which took place from 23rd to
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On Friday a Federal Judge in Manhattan reversed a decision held since 1948 concerning the exhibition of motion pictures. The “Paramount Decrees” stemmed from a Supreme Court ruling that disallowed movie studios from owning their own theaters to. It also ended (or at least curtailed) the practice of “block booking,” in which a studio could
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Bosses at two of the UK’s largest disability charities have denied claims they plan to merge as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Scope and Leonard Cheshire have rejected a report in The i newspaper that they had held “advanced merger talks” as repercussions from Covid-19 continue to impact the voluntary and not-for-profit sector. The i said
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When you’re in a park in Barcelona, you will quickly notice just how many people are staying active, either with running or working out. The city is obsessed with it. Over the years, the local councils and governing bodies have put a lot of money into ensuring that people can quench their thirst for exercise
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River Sisters, The Receiver traces the heritage of culture and courage passed by Nancy Hilderbrand, protagonist of River Sisters, The Giver, to her great-granddaughter, Eliza McNeal. A “mere whit of rawhide,” tough, independent, yet, compassionate, Eliza is one of the first female Rural Free Delivery mail carriers. Riding horseback twelve hours a day, through rugged
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(CNN) — Avgeek desktop gamers and wannabe airline captains can finally get the high-altitude fix they’ve been craving. Following a prolonged period of hibernation, the rebooted Microsoft Flight Simulator, officially available on August 18, could be the perfect antidote to pandemic-induced cabin fever — or to airplane cabin withdrawal symptoms, for those who’ve been bumped
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Motorcyclists pass a 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) billboard at the Tun Razak Exchange development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, February 3, 2016. Olivia Harris | Reuters Goldman Sachs on Friday lowered its previously stated quarterly net earnings applicable to common shareholders to $197 million from $2.25 billion. The bank said in a filing it had set
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In the heart of a year-round destination with a near constant temperature of 86°F (30°C), the Dhoni Loft Water Villas of Como Coacoa Island, Maldives, present a tropical paradise ideal for adventure and rejuvenation. From its personalised service and sophisticated cuisine, to the resort’s distinctive design, authentic culture, orchestrated cruise trips and innumerable out-and-indoor activities,
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Kindergarten Cop, the 1990 PG-13 movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a detective who goes undercover as a kindergarten school teacher to take down a drug kingpin, has been pulled from a Portland, Ore., drive-in festival after accusations the film “romanticizes over-policing.” Local publication Williamette Week reports that the NW Film Center had planned to kick
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Charities should take advantage of relaxed laws around board and general meetings, or enact compliance measures, as soon as possible to ensure there are no future governance issues when the provisions end next month, a legal expert has advised.  Speaking to Third Sector, Nicola Evans, charities counsel at law firm BDP Pitmans, warned organisations must not “bank
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