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Photography by Justin Famularo and Paul Ritchie One of the Porsche 911’s greatest attributes is its ability to look like it belongs there in any guise. Whether it’s all stock or a custom outlaw, a safari build, rally spec, or track car, you name it and the Stuttgart sports car can pull it off and look incredible doing it. When we came across Braid Wheelsadrenalized 1984 Porsche 3.2 Carrera with its Rothman’s-inspired liveried, we had to know more about the build. Turns out, the car was commissioned by Paul Eddleston, lifelong rally fanatic and founder of Team Illuminata Motorsport , a Michigan-based grassroots racing team. Paul was kind enough to share his motorsports story with us: here’s how he turned his hobby into a business, and how he came to own one of the coolestcompany cars” we’ve seen. Andrew Golseth: Paul, what made you start Team Illuminata Motorsport? Paul Eddleston: Honestly, it all started from my love affair with rally as I was growing up in England in the 1980s—I’m that old.
Politico
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Sanford will never back down,” Justin Amash, his colleague and fellow Tea Party troublemaker, tells me. What concerns Sanford on a fundamental level—“the danger” of Trump’s presidency, he says— is that “historically there’s incredible deference to the presidency from the party in power.” He understands the reluctance of rank-and-file Republicans to criticize a president who “has a proven record of taking people down.” But, he says, there must be a muscular check on Trump from somewhere inside the GOP. He was encouraged to see Speaker Paul Ryan push back on him throughout 2016, but equally disheartened to see him willingly subjugated after the election results came in. “I admired his conviction in the campaign,” Sanford says of Ryan. However, he adds, “at the end of the day, radio silence is not sustainable in being true to yourself.” And so Sanford finds himself, against the longest of odds, not just back in Congress but back in the spotlight—not as a rising star or future presidential contender, but as a lonely, lucky-just-to-be-here voice of dissent in a party hijacked by Donald Trump.
The Week
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The voter identified himself as a cancer survivor, and he had something to say to Republican Rep. Justin Amash: "I am scared to death that I will not have health insurance in the future." The comment earned 61-year-old retiree Paul Bonis a standing ovation from the crowd packed into a school auditorium in Amash's Michigan district Thursday night. And the congressman was booed for his response: That the Affordable Care Act has "hurt a lot of people," and he supports his party's plans to repeal and replace it, even though the GOP still hasn't united around an alternative. It's a scene that's played out around the country over the past several weeks as Republicans and President Donald Trump have assumed control of Washington and begun moving forward on their long-held promise to undo former President Barack Obama's health care law. In an echo of the raucous complaints that confronted Democrats back in 2009 as they worked to pass "Obamacare" in the first place, Republicans who want to repeal it now are facing angry pushback of their own at constituent gatherings from Utah to Michigan to Tennessee and elsewhere, even in solidly Republican districts.
Variety
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The rap on musicals used to be “audiences dont want to see people breaking into song.” Now that “La La Land” has charmed audiences by doing just that, what does it mean for the future of live-action screen musicals? “Whatever musicals come next will have to be good. That’s the test,” says Justin Paul, one... Read more »
Bleacher Report
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He made the Pro Bowl seven times, was named a First Team All-Pro six times and landed on the 1980s and 1990s All-Decade Teams. He was emotional after receiving the call. According to Frank Schwab of Yahoo Sports , Anderson had this to say: "Obviously we shed a few tears. Just tremendously humbled and honored to be in this class." Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, who is paving his own path to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, congratulated Anderson on the call to the Hall: However, at least a few folks wondered why Anderson made the Hall in front of wide receiver Terrell Owens , who seems to be getting frozen out of the Hall of Fame due to his oft-reported antics while he was an active player. Look at the long list of tweets from Alec Nathan's Bleacher Report article for more information, but one tweet from Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report stands out the most: Owens is arguably a top-three (or at least top-five) all-time wide receiver, and yet he's not in the Hall.
Deadline
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He also appears to be a fan of the Israeli army and other ardent Zionist groups such as ‘United with Israel’. No, we should not rush to conclusions, but isnt there already something to be discussed here? It is not very hard to understand the obvious connection to the anti-immigrant right, and that is of obvious relevance in light of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s welcoming of refugees in the wake of Trump’s draconian orders. But what about the Zionist aspect? It is hardly mentioned anywhere. NBC will even go down to details of Bissonnette's Facebook account, noting that “he had liked pages for heavy metal bands, video games and public figures ranging from far-right French politician Marine Le Pen and U.S. President Donald Trump to chess grandmaster Anatoly Karpov and Pope John Paul II.” Yet no mention of Israel. Interestingly, the Forward does mention the Israel connection clearly , but one is hard pressed to find such mentioning otherwise.
Voice Of America
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Voice Of America
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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NORTHAMPTON caretaker boss Paul Wilkinson rued his side's missed opportunities as the Cobblers fell to a 2-1 defeat to Scunthorpe United.Wilkinson took charge of Northampton after the Cobblers sacked Rob Page on Monday, although new manager Justin Edinburgh was watching on from the stands. Edinburgh will have seen a response from the Northampton players who are on a poor run of form at the moment.But Wilkinson said they rued their chances they missed with Alex Revell being denied three chances...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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NORTHAMPTON caretaker boss Paul Wilkinson rued his side's missed opportunities as the Cobblers fell to a 2-1 defeat to Scunthorpe United.Wilkinson took charge of Northampton after the Cobblers sacked Rob Page on Monday, although new manager Justin Edinburgh was watching on from the stands. Edinburgh will have seen a response from the Northampton players who are on a poor run of form at the moment.But Wilkinson said they rued their chances they missed with Alex Revell being denied three chances...
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After scooping the pool at the Golden Globes , La La Land is now tipped to win big at the Oscars. Here are five reasons you should see it, plus one big criticism. The stars Gosling and Stone live up to the hype, says Gary Kramer in Salon. There's a "palpable chemistry" between them in their third film together and there are some "entrancing sequences" between Mia and Sebastian. It's a "worthy showcase for the magnificent Stone's talents, and she is heartbreaking throughout", says the critic, who adds: "Gosling is also in top form." The music Ian Freer at Empire calls La La Land "a funny Valentine" to the entire history of the musical genre. It also has a "clutch of great new songs", says the critic, and songwriters Justin Hurwitz, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul should "take a bow". It "opens spectacularly", with a traffic jam on the LA freeway that turns into a single-take song-and-dance number, says Deborah Ross in The Spectator , adding that she almost "expired with the enchanted gorgeousness of this film".
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Chairman Paul Scally has rubbished talk of budgets as an excuse for Gillingham’s failure to compete at the right end of League 1.
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In lots of different ways, 2016 was ... far from ideal. Which made various theatrical productions both serious and not so serious a welcome escape for many fans, whether that come in the form of taking in a show or listening to a cast album on repeat or marathoning YouTube clips in between rage-reading politics articles. In no particular order, here are eight shows that soared in 2016 (to pre-empt angry emails, a reminder that the excellent Hamilton, which you spent most of 2016 listening to on repeat, opened on Broadway in 2015). SEE ALSO: 10 movies we can't wait to see in 2017 1. Dear Evan Hansen Broadway's newest hit (it opened just a few weeks ago) stars Pitch Perfect 's Ben Platt as an awkward and deeply anxious teen who gets caught up in a big lie following the death of a classmate. Soaring and sad, with music by La La Land duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the show explores that all-too-familiar feeling of being an outsider in your world and what happens when you attempt to change that, in one troubling way or another.