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The signs on the freshly planted City Hall south lawn list a long string of don'ts. "No tents, stakes, camping, open flames or cooking.... No writing/painting/affixing signs, projections or other materials to trees, landscaping or public property."...
Tags: Protest, Starbucks Corp., Occupy Los Angeles
PIX11.comInternational polo star Nacho Figueras is the face of Ralph Lauren Polo fragrance and is in town for a New York City polo event. He also talked about bringing the sport of polo to inner cities. Veuve Clicquot Champagne is pleased to announce that the...
Tags: Selma Blair, Facebook, Customs and Tradition, Polo, Sculpture
After suffering significant damage from Superstorm Sandy, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will not reopen to tourists this year, the National Park Service announced Wednesday. According to the NPS, the Statue of Liberty, its pedestal and base...
There's more ice in ICE! this season at Gaylord Palms. "You'll see 2 million pounds of ice, which is really, really cool," says Jeff Abbaticchio, the Kissimmee resort's director of public relations. The annual way-below-freezing event at Gaylord Palms...
Howard Stern, Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne continue their talent search -- this week in Austin, Texas. Apparently the show doesn't mind reinforcing stereotypes because the first act of the night is a mariachi band led by a 10-year-old named Sebastien...
Tags: Music, Ukraine, Howie Mandel, Justice System, Concerts
An Andy Warhol silkscreen depiction of the Statue of Liberty created in 1962 has sold for $43.8 million at a Christie's sale in New York. The sale was part of a larger Christie's contemporary art auction Wednesday that brought in a hefty $412.3 million....
New Yorkers pride themselves on the Statue of Liberty, San Franciscans the Golden Gate Bridge. Both are sturdy, sensible landmarks that reflect well on the cities surrounding them. Then there's Seattle, with a '60s-era spaceship revolving 605 feet...
Tags: Tour Operations Industry
firstname.lastname@example.orgNEW YORK — Not many people get to even shake an astronaut's hand, but one Lincoln County boy recently got to meet three of the most famous ones during a visit to New York City. Trey Baldwin, 12, met and had dinner with Neil Armstrong, Jim Lovell...
Roughly 150 parents and children walked from the small campus of the Armenian Sisters Academy in Montrose to Crescenta Valley Park Saturday morning to raise money for adding “smart boards” in the school’s classrooms. The walk days...
Tags: Political Fundraising, Elections, Softball, Politics, Sports
The celebrated British artist Steve McQueen has made two feature films in the past few years. "Hunger" won the Camera d'Or at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival for its vision of Irish Republican Army bomber Bobby Sands, and the hunger strike that ended his...
Food? Art? History? It's all here in this slightly quirky city On that famous restaurant byway, Rue Merciere, servers were putting chairs on tabletops and sweeping up crumbs. I had arrived in this gourmand paradise far too late for dinner. Feeling...
The campaign for president is so close, so mean and nasty, what with Democrats and Republicans each denigrating the other guy's poll numbers, that there is only one thing Americans can do. Let's decide this once and for all. With Chia Heads. We put a...
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