This is a road trip movie, with the episodic structure that entails. Linking the truck stops, sales pitches, convenience stores and early morning parking lots is Star’s infatuation with Jake, who’s interested but is on Krystal’s leash. She has a strict no dating rule among everyone but her.
No more. My workshop will not be a garage, but a woodshop, andI will reserve the same ire for extraneous appurtenances that Baptists reserve for halter tops in the sanctuary. To that end, one requirement will be a large lean to to keep lawn mowers, fertilizer, tillers, and 2 cycle engine oil away from my dovetail saw.
Update: Since publishing this post Anna from Vestiaire contacted me to let me know that my comments had been noted. Vestiaire Collective are looking in to sending notifications out to customers when a product you have placed an offer on has sold. I give full marks to any brand that listens to customer feedback and responds.
One gets the inescapable sensation of lingering on a street that is not meant to be lingered on, a street that people mostly only take to get somewhere else. Street intersections and buildings, all of which can be viewed through . The photographs intentionally toe the line between documentation and art, portraying the street as it is and simultaneously attempting to communicate the feel of the street to the audience.
(FORTUNE Small Business) There’s George “The Chicken Man” Naddaff, Frank “Papa Pizza” Carney, Mo “Tea Time” Siegel, and Neil “The Closet Guy” Balter. All, as you may have guessed, have these nicknames because they closely describe businesses that made them rich. Each built his reputation on the company he created: Naddaff with Boston Chicken, Carney with Pizza Hut, Siegel with Celestial Seasonings, and Balter with California Closets.
Hurricane myths: What you should not believeThe ancient inhabitants of the Caribbean and Central America blamed hurricanes on a variety of violent gods and goddesses. The modern inhabitants of Florida cling to their own hurricane myths, misconceptions that may be less colorful but are often more dangerous. With hurricane season officially.
This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dave. During the past year, Dave and I (think he’ll agree) have become friends; mostly, through our association with the . He is a Trustee of the and curator of the Field School Museum at 17 School Street, Leominster.In my work with the Society, I’ve had many opportunities to “pick his brain” for a specific story or for nuggets of historical facts and folklore.