Monthly Archives: January 2018

This Story of a Man Who Learned to Read at 47 Proves That It’s Never Too Late – Babble (blog)


Babble (blog)

This Story of a Man Who Learned to Read at 47 Proves That It’s Never Too Late
Babble (blog)
Wolfe says that seeing people’s breakthroughs is the most rewarding part of her work. But the most challenging “is seeing people make the bold step to start getting help and then dropping out due to life circumstances.” Yet despite the obstacles in

Things to do: Feb. 1-7 – Bradenton Herald

Things to do: Feb. 1-7Bradenton HeraldThe Beach Market features local artists, arts and crafts, jewelry, fresh produce, plants, apparel, pottery, purses, collectibles, pet products, health and beauty items and more 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays through July a…

2018 Mecum Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction Wrangles $13.9M in Sales – Motorcycle.com (blog)


Motorcycle.com (blog)

2018 Mecum Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction Wrangles $13.9M in Sales
Motorcycle.com (blog)
The Mecum’s 27th annual Las Vegas Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction brought in an impressive, record-setting $13.9 million, accompanying a 91% sell-through rate. Many vintage bikes, mostly American-made, found themselves on the top-10 list of

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Rescheduled Chopperfest to open with new purpose – Ventura County Star


Ventura County Star

Rescheduled Chopperfest to open with new purpose
Ventura County Star
“His work has influenced generations of artists, motorcycle enthusiasts and builders alike.” This year’s event highlights include an all-brand antique and custom motorcycle show, custom bike builder displays showcasing world-class builders, hundreds of

How Eric Roberts Went Big, Crashed Hard, and Became the Hardest-Working Man in Hollywood – Vanity Fair

How Eric Roberts Went Big, Crashed Hard, and Became the Hardest-Working Man in Hollywood  Vanity FairAfter a string of breakout roles in the late 1970s and early 80s, Eric Roberts seemed poised to become a bankable Hollywood leading man. That…

How Eric Roberts Went Big, Crashed Hard, and Became the Hardest-Working Man in Hollywood – Vanity Fair


Vanity Fair

How Eric Roberts Went Big, Crashed Hard, and Became the Hardest-Working Man in Hollywood
Vanity Fair
His compelling performance as a young would-be mobster on the make, playing opposite Mickey Rourke in The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984), helped make that film a cult classic. His role as a runaway redneck, Buck McGeehy, in Andrei Konchalovsky’s

Enfield’s Molina’s Café closes 4 months after chef-owner’s drug arrest – Journal Inquirer

Enfield’s Molina’s Café closes 4 months after chef-owner’s drug arrest  Journal InquirerENFIELD — Molina’s Café, a popular restaurant in the Thompsonville section of town for more than nine years, abruptly closed Sunday about four months afte…

A little bit of history of basketball and sports in Hartford City – Hartford City News Times

A little bit of history of basketball and sports in Hartford City  Hartford City News TimesThe state of Indiana is well known for its “Hoosier Hysteria” over high school basketball, and sports fans in Hartford City lived up the reputation. Hi…

2018 Mecum Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction Wrangles $13.9M in Sales – Motorcycle.com

2018 Mecum Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction Wrangles $13.9M in Sales  Motorcycle.comThe Mecum’s 27th annual Las Vegas Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction brought in an impressive, record-setting $13.9 million, accompanying a 91% …

2018 Mecum Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction Wrangles $13.9M in Sales – Motorcycle.com

2018 Mecum Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction Wrangles $13.9M in Sales  Motorcycle.comThe Mecum’s 27th annual Las Vegas Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction brought in an impressive, record-setting $13.9 million, accompanying a 91% …