In Flemington, Model Trains Way Too Big to Go Under the Tree

trendIn Flemington, Model Trains Way Too Big to Go Under the Tree
Bruce Zaccagnino started building model railroads in the basement of his Three Bridges home 24 years ago. When the train set grew too big, he excavated a second basement, then a third, a fourth and a fifth. By that time, it took 81 people to operate the …
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Model trains bring Clifton family together
For more than 15 years, the Cicero family of Clifton has spent countless hours thinking about, talking about and working on model trains. As members of the Model Railroad Club Inc. in Union, the Ciceros get to share their passion with the public at the …
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Toy train attractions for two days of Rail-X
Members of the Manawatu Model Railway Club have been preparing their extensive layout, which is set somewhere in the British Midlands, circa 1950, and running Hornby trains and rolling stock. Working off photographs, the club’s Michael Hardman has been …
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Kenyan Riders Down Under continue progression with Cadel Evans Great Ocean

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Kenyan Riders Down Under continue progression with Cadel Evans Great Ocean
Ask someone to name a Kenyan cyclist and they’re likely to reply Chris Froome. The two-time Tour de France champion may be the most famous cycling export from the African country but Stewart Crowley is aiming to ensure he has company in the WorldTour …
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Charges Dropped
When the defense showed the jury pictures of Murdick riding a bike in Colorado after the crash that looked identical to the bike he claimed was damaged and unsafe to ride outside, Murdick said he had borrowed the same kind of bike from one of his …
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Burglars take racing bike, monitor on Dewey
A racing bike and a computer monitor were found missing after a burglary in an unlocked garage in the 1300 block of Dewey Avenue yesterday. This among the stories in today’s daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
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Best Restaurants in Delhi with Outdoor Seating: Dining Under the Stars

cusineBest Restaurants in Delhi with Outdoor Seating: Dining Under the Stars
Best Restaurants in Delhi with Outdoor Seating: Dining Under the Stars A nip in the air, breezy evenings and café-style outdoor seating. This could very well be an idyllic scene in a European town or even Bengaluru or Mumbai, closer to home. Delhi has …
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New York Restaurants Serve Up Thanksgiving In One Tasty Bite
For some of us, the best part of Thanksgiving comes from a forkful of flavors all swirled together — turkey, gravy, cranberry and stuffing. It’s a savory symphony in your mouth. Chefs in New York City are experimenting with putting together all of …
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Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants, 2015: Where to get sushi, ramen
The third edition of Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants is now available online for subscribers — and the print edition will be out on Saturday. Of the many terrific places to eat on that list, where can you go for excellent sushi, a kaiseki menu …
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Ex-Gay Gospel Singer Donnie McClurkin Under Fire After Speaking Out Against

musicEx-Gay Gospel Singer Donnie McClurkin Under Fire After Speaking Out Against
Donnie McClurkin, the pastor and gospel music singer who said God delivered him from “the curse” of homosexuality, is now under fire from critics after speaking out against last Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling which made same-sex marriage legal …
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Gurrumul’s gospel songs reflect the legacy of Christian missions
There were sung tales and traditional chants, with clapsticks beating constantly to keep the time, but there were other kinds of songs as well: Christian songs, gospel music — tunes from far away that were embedded in his surrounds. Every day in his …
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A Legendary Oedipus Gospel Musical Comes to West Adams
Lee Breuer and Bob Telson’s remarkable adaptation transplants this Greek classic into an African-American Pentacostal milieu, and spins it with a tapestry of spellbinding gospel music, with a smattering of blues and Motown as well. Under Andi Chapman’s …
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Under Armour activates the space with digital signage in new Chicago Brand

trendUnder Armour activates the space with digital signage in new Chicago Brand
Under Armour’s newest store will feature two floors of the brand’s newest innovations across various product categories, including outdoor, team sports, training, running, golf, studio, youth and footwear. Chicago’s Brand House is also the first to …
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A new Nano-Fabrication Lab prepares to open it’s doors in Innovation Park
You’re looking at Kingston’s newest Nano-Fabrication Laboratory — There’s a special light filtering system that’s why everything looks yellow. The lab is used for designing, making and testing innovations on an extremely small scale. “The small scale …
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45 Finalists Demonstrate Innovation In Fresh Produce
WASHINGTON, D.C. – United Fresh this week announces a record 45 fresh fruit and vegetable innovations as finalists for the United Fresh Produce Association’s 2015 New Product Awards. This year’s finalists will compete in five categories for the title …
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File Under Jazz: Pianist Vijay Iyer on electronic music, Limp Bizkit and the

musicFile Under Jazz: Pianist Vijay Iyer on electronic music, Limp Bizkit and the
In September of 2013, pianist Vijay Iyer won the enviable MacArthur Genius Grant—$ 625,000 in cold, unfettered cash—for his insane creativity and nonstop achievements in jazz. Since the dawn of his career, it’s been clear that Iyer was destined for …
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Pittsburgh loses pitch-perfect jazz voice with death of Maureen Budway
Maureen Budway won fans with her pitch-perfect jazz singing, but guitarist Joe Negri said her “enormous range of talent” was the heart of her work. “She could do classical, jazz, American Songbook stuff, and she loved Brazilian, too,” Negri said …
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Utah Jazz’s Enes Kanter will start against high-flying Golden State
(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Jazz center Enes Kanter (0) gets tangled up with Philadelphia 76ers forward Robert Covington (33), in NBA action Utah Jazz vs. The Philadelphia 76ers at the EnergySolutions Arena, Saturday, December 27, 2014.
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