Deeply moved by the incident, Hallidie became determined to develop a system to save the noble beasts from further fatal exertion. The Cable Car is born. Evidence: Hallidie's first cable car descended the Clay Street Hill at am so no one would get hurt in case it didn't work on the morning of August 2nd, well recorded in newspapers of the time.
Spot the presenter, the guest presenters and the supermodel in the pic above! What an honour for our lovely jewellery guest, who also does a heck of a lot of charity work too. It was nice to see Maxine from Bibi and Jill Franks as well as customer Sophie Anderton in the throng of people waiting to wish Nikki well.
I had the pleasure of having one of my favourite posts printed in the Fall issue. When I read their newsletter announcing the publication of Burlesque Bible Colouring Book, I immediately pre-ordered it, because, well, burlesque and colouring books! Adult colouring books are becoming more and more popular.
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Lola Bulajic was nowhere near born yet when New Kids on the Block ruled the airwaves. Precocious, yes, but some things are in the blood.
The press work for Lola was handled by Karsten Peters and Fassbinder quickly came up with a part for him in the movie: Peters played the local reporter. Peters had a delicate job to perform, because on the one hand they wanted the press to believe that the new Fassbinder film was a remake of The Blue Angel, but at the same time, they had to avoid this impression for copyright reasons. In the press booklet Fassbinder explained how the movie came about: it was a story in itself, he said.
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We are cynical and tired of mainstream advertising messages. We feel betrayed by Big Corporations after that whole hoo-hah back in that still affects us now. We all instinctively gravitate towards experiences that we sense are earnest and true rather than believe in advertising messages that we all know have a certain propensity for exaggeration.
Your account has been created. Signup Login. W hen Hanspeter Stutz first visited Nova Scotia from Switzerland almost 20 years ago, he had no idea that there was a wine industry here.