Specs experts at Glasgow based Frame Tailor reckon the top style for 2010 is geek chic. Jennifer Speirs from the store said: “This year motto is certainly going to be, bigger and bolder, the better. “The retro 60s and 70s style revival has kicked off with big and bold statement specs making a comeback, albeit with a modern twist..
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The Cap East Stakeholder Group (including developers/land owners, area businesses and Marquette and Tenney Lapham residents are invited to attend a presentation Tuesday, March 8, 5:30p, 945 E Washington Archipelago Village Design Center (park and enter from the back of building, access from Brearly St). Mr. Wood will also present initial findings at the March meeting of the Transit and Parking Commission Wednesday, March 9, 5:00p, Room 260 MMB (also live on city channel).
Depending on what metal your smoker is made of, these leftovers can be toxic. Not only will they affect the taste of your first few barbecues, but they may also introduce harmful metals into your body system. With seasoning, you can easily get rid of all the dirt and debris left in the smoker after the manufacturing process..
Funding may also be used to assist with an application for Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program (FHSI) funding. A list of potential recommendations prepared by Traffic Engineering can be found attached to Legistar file 58026. Final recommended safety improvements will be approved by Transportation Commission prior to implementation (11)..
One thing Pete Hautman remembers well is the way some schools and libraries balked at putting his 2004 YA novel, ‘Godless’, on their shelves. The book is about a boy who is raised Catholic but decides he wants to leave the church and start his own religion. That religion, it turns out, involves worshiping the town water tower.”It’s based on a true story,” says Hautman, “because I based it on my own experience when I was fifteen.” Although there isn’t much he’d change if he could write that book over, Hautman does say that he would probably change the name, admitting that even winning the National Book Award didn’t quell everyone’s concerns over the novel’s blasphemous title.Not one to worry about future backlash, though, he’s finished another book in which the story’s primary focus is on religion.