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Your commentary team are Bruce Jones and John Hindhaugh. Time to think about the afternoon session here at Monaco. It hasn't always been Formula cars here - sports cars have graced the principality as well. And we've got some crackers here for the 1952-1955 sports car race
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Supermodel Arizona Muse is a well-known figure in the fashion world -- having graced the covers of Vogue and i-D and fronted campaigns for Louis Vuitton and Chanel -- but she also has a surprising passion for design.
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PHOTOS: ‘RHONYFakery REVEALEDSomething’s Rotten In The Big Apple! “I’m totally, totally 100% sure about Tom, and that’s all that matters,” Luann said back, adding that she was tired of friends acting in her so-called “best interest.” She confessed she was particularly annoyed with Ramona, who’d been calling Tom’s friends for dirt on him. “Who does that?” Luann asked, just as Ramona entered the room. The episode then abruptly came to an end and the words “To be continued…” graced the screen. This Tom talk is definitely far from over. Do you think Luann genuinely trusts Tom? Or is it all for show? Sound off in the comments below! We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
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$1.99/1.99/AU$2.99 There are plenty of apps that transform photos into personalized takes on works of art. Printed does something similar, but with vintage printed art. This means you can with a few taps turn a photo of a loved one into something resembling artwork that might once have graced a 1950s postcard or ancient theater poster. You get a decent selection of filters, along with smartly considered additional tools for adjusting dot pitch, brightness, colors, and borders. These things add a personal touch sometimes missing from this kind of app. The interface sometimes trips up edits are weirdly done in a thumbnail overlapping your current image, which makes it hard to see whats going on until the edit is expanded. But Printed is nonetheless a great buy, especially if the noveltys gone in turning your photos into pseudo-Munchs and Picassos.
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nearest I can think of for a general election is a murder which graced the beginning of a general election campaign in 1979. That is probably the first election in which it began to be quite difficult to get access to senior politicians without.
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Yep, it's been 50 years since the Corolla first graced US shores, and the 50th Anniversary Special Edition is the perfect way to celebrate.
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"A true Champion on and off track, Hayden will be deeply missed," they said. "Hayden will be deeply missed by the paddocks he has graced throughout an incredible career, his millions of fans around the world, and by all those closest to him." The last medical bulletin from the hospital, dated May 20, said Hayden remained in a critical condition. The hospital had previously said he had suffered serious brain damage in the accident. Hayden last raced in the MotoGP championship in Spain in September 2016 as a stand-in for injured Australian Jack Miller at the privately-run Marc VDS Honda team. He started 216 races between 2003 and 2015, winning three. "Although this is obviously a sad time, we would like everyone to remember Nicky at his happiest - riding a motorcycle," said his brother Tommy in the team statement. "He dreamed as a kid of being a pro rider and not only achieved that but also managed to reach the pinnacle of his chosen sport in becoming world champion.
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We’re just days away from the 50th anniversary of the release of The BeatlesSgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. And, as we mentioned last week, the BBC has kicked off the celebrations with a series of videos that introduce you to the 60+ figures who appeared in the cardboard collage that graced the album’s iconic cover . Bob Dylan, Edgar Allan Poe, William S. Burroughs, Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, HG Wells, Shirley Temple–they all get a video introduction , among others. Historic as it is, the Pepper cover recently became a good vehicle for remembering the bewildering number of musicians, artists and celebrities who left this mortal coil in 2016. Above you can see an illustration created by Twitter user @christhebarker in the waning days of last year. If you look closely, you can see some thought went into the design . Muhammad Ali, for example, now stands where boxer Sonny Liston did in the original.
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Only fine wines a 24 percent increase appear to have proved a better investment in the last 12 months, with cars from Porsche, Ferrari and Mercedes-Benz generating the most increase in value over the last year. 2002 BMW Z8 Roadster “The classic car investment market has calmed down slightly over the last 12 months, but prices are still rising and it is modern classicscars from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s – that are one of the safest investments. These are the poster cars, the cars that graced bedroom walls and, in many cases, found fame on TV or in the movies. They are in hot demand from buyers who are now able to realize a dream,” said Darren Selig, CEO and Co-Founder at JBR Capital. The company even lists a couple of cars with great potential over the next years, like the 1989 Mercedes 300SL (R107), 1998 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta (manual), 2007 Aston Martin Vanquish S, 2012 Porsche 997 Turbo S.
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As the dark and twisted small-town drama returns to TV, Jennifer Lynch’s tie-in novel is being reissued as an audiobook, and it is far from easy listening Twin Peaks graced us with many a lingering image, though none more grim and resounding than Laura Palmer’s wan and traumatised body, half unpacked from the clear plastic wrap she was dumped in, in David Lynch’s landmark TV series. While the blue-eyed homecoming queen’s dark past and subsequent murder made for the show’s central mystery, she remained mostly voiceless. Lynch renders her a silent totem, rotting beneath the cheerful surface of small-town America. Related: Damn fine telly: why everything is now ‘a bit Twin PeaksContinue reading...
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Windows 10 will be getting a raft of improvements on the accessibility front when the Fall Creators Update arrives later this year, including enhanced features for Narrator. Narrator, which is the operating systems screen reading utility, will be graced with a device learning mode which will allow the user to send a command from a keyboard, or a touch or Braille display, and simply get feedback on what that command does (as opposed to actually carrying out the command). That means users can learn more about commands without actually triggering them and doing something they might not want to do. There will also be various overall Braille improvements, which will allow for the use of shortcuts with modifier keys such as Alt-Tabbing, alongside a host of usability tweaks like being able to read the Settings and Weather apps (amongst others) as if they are a web page.
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Messi and Manchester City's Aguero also won the "Golden Shoe" awarded to the tournament top scorer while Aguero is the only player to have won the U20 World Cup twice, in 2005 and 2007. The world's most expensive player, France's Paul Pogba of Manchester United, won the Golden Ball in 2013 when the tournament was held in Turkey. The former prolific England forward Michael Owen was another who has graced the tournament in the past (scoring three goals in 1997) and said that the under-20s "gave me a great grounding." "You learn so much at tournaments like these.? Aside from the major footballing powers among the 24 teams, Vanuatu and Vietnam are making their first appearances. The final takes place be in Suwon on June 11.
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The artistry of Solange Knowles has become an indelible part of contemporary reflections on black womanhood. In a recent essay for Teen Vogue, Solange blesses us with some insight on how she developed into the regal being she is today. The singer graced Volume II of Teen Vogues June issue and her essay, A Letter To My Teenage Self , was posted online Wednesday. A post shared by Solange (@saintrecords) on May 17, 2017 at 6:19am PDT In the letter, Solange assures her younger self that all the uncertainty, fear and pain shes enduring will all serve their purpose in the long run. And she pays tribute to each youthful version of herself ― including the one most likely to rock micro braids, a stage she eloquently classifies as the football-players-girlfriend-who-wears-braided-blond-highlights-and-swears-by-capri-pants phase.
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$1.99/1.99/AU$2.99 There are plenty of apps that transform photos into personalized takes on works of art. Printed does something similar, but with vintage printed art. This means you can with a few taps turn a photo of a loved one into something resembling artwork that might once have graced a 1950s postcard or ancient theater poster. You get a decent selection of filters, along with smartly considered additional tools for adjusting dot pitch, brightness, colors, and borders. These things add a personal touch sometimes missing from this kind of app. The interface sometimes trips up edits are weirdly done in a thumbnail overlapping your current image, which makes it hard to see whats going on until the edit is expanded. But Printed is nonetheless a great buy, especially if the noveltys gone in turning your photos into pseudo-Munchs and Picassos.
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June 1 will mark the 50th anniversary of the release of The BeatlesSgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band , an album considered revolutionary in every respect. Everything from the music itself, down to the album’s cover design, broke new ground. To commemorate the upcoming anniversary, the BBC has started to release a series of videos introducing you to the 60+ figures who appeared in the cutout cardboard collage that graced the album’s iconic cover. (See a mapping of the figures here. ) Some of the figures are enduring legendsCarl Jung, Marilyn Monroe and James Joyce. Others (e.g., Tommy Handley, Bobby Breen and Tom Mix) have faded into obscurity. Up top, watch the video featuring Bob Dylan. No stranger, right? Down below, see the video on Aubrey Beardsley, the English artist who created striking illustrations for works by Edgar Allan Poe and Oscar Wilde , both also featured in the collage.