Monthly Archives: April 2017

Torrington Antique Appraisal Day benefits Alzheimer’s Association – Torrington Register Citizen

Torrington Antique Appraisal Day benefits Alzheimer’s Association
Torrington Register Citizen
TORRINGTON >> Astor Galleries of Kingston, N.Y., will present an Antique Appraisal Day to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. The event will be held Saturday, May 6, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Brookdale Litchfield Hills, 376 Goshen Road, Torrington. Stephen …

5 things to do in Manitowoc: April 28-30, 2017 – Herald Times Reporter


Herald Times Reporter

5 things to do in Manitowoc: April 28-30, 2017
Herald Times Reporter
MANITOWOC – From beauties and beasts to dancing bikers and superheroes at the zoo, much is on tap this weekend in the Manitowoc area. Here’s a look at five things to do. OTHER NEWS: Making Manitowoc: Library genealogist Meredith Meier. OTHER …

Connecticut car show season is revving up – CT Post

CT PostConnecticut car show season is revving upCT PostCar enthusiasts are revving up for car show season, which runs mid-April through October. From antiques to muscle cars to luxury high-performance cars, energy efficient vehicles and motorcycles, so…

Dream Ride Editor’s Choice Winner: The Red Mosquito 2004 Night Train – American Iron Magazine


American Iron Magazine

Dream Ride Editor’s Choice Winner: The Red Mosquito 2004 Night Train
American Iron Magazine
… drastically reworked motorcycle has Chris’ fingerprints fossilized into it, with this build essentially taking three years to finally be a complete, fully functioning, everyday rider. Owner Bert even rode to the Dream Show in Farmington

Dream Ride Editor’s Choice Winner: The Red Mosquito 2004 Night Train – American Iron Magazine


American Iron Magazine

Dream Ride Editor’s Choice Winner: The Red Mosquito 2004 Night Train
American Iron Magazine
… drastically reworked motorcycle has Chris’ fingerprints fossilized into it, with this build essentially taking three years to finally be a complete, fully functioning, everyday rider. Owner Bert even rode to the Dream Show in Farmington

Peter Marino, architect, calls his tattooed biker look “a decoy” – CBS News


CBS News

Peter Marino, architect, calls his tattooed biker look “a decoy”
CBS News
His talents are demonstrated in the beauty and breadth of his design work and architecture, and contradict his carefully considered public image of a beast on a motorcycle. Steve Kroft: … There’s an old saying, “The clothes make the man.” Peter

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