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Women Floral Wide Brim Church Derby Kentucky Dress Hat (4 Colors)
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Women Floral Wide Brim Church Derby Kentucky Dress Hat (4 Colors) by Fanny

  • Material: Organza. 100% Polyester
  • New without tags. Hat weight:60g. The brim 3.93 inch. Hat Diameter...
  • Fit for head circumference 21.26 inch~22.83 inch

Kentucky Derby Floppy Ruffle Layered Jewel Feather Organza Dress Bride Hat White
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Kentucky Derby Floppy Ruffle Layered Jewel Feather Organza Dress Bride Hat White by SK Hat shop

  • Fabrication: 100% Polyester
  • Color: White
  • Size: One size for teens and ladies (Head measurement: 55 cm,...

Sinamay Wedding Kentucky Derby Church Downton Abbey Feather Dress Hat 3" Brim Ivory
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Sinamay Wedding Kentucky Derby Church Downton Abbey Feather Dress Hat 3" Brim Ivory by Eden

  • •Height:4"
  • •Size: One size for teens and ladies
  • •Brim:3"

NYfashion101 Kentucky Derby Three Layer Wide Brim Large Bow Sinamay Dress Hat
NYfashion101 Kentucky Derby Three Layer Wide Brim Large Bow Sinamay Dress Hat by NYfashion101

  • Brim Length: 6.0"
  • 100% Sinamay
  • Triple Layer Wide Brim

Sinamay Wedding Kentucky Derby Church Downton Abbey Feather Dress Hat 3" Brim Navy Blue
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Sinamay Wedding Kentucky Derby Church Downton Abbey Feather Dress Hat 3" Brim Navy Blue by Eden

  • •Size: One size for teens and ladies
  • •Brim:3"
  • •Height:4"

NYfashion101 Kentucky Derby Feather & Enlarged Floral Wide Brim Sinamay Dress Hat
NYfashion101 Kentucky Derby Feather & Enlarged Floral Wide Brim Sinamay Dress Hat by NYfashion101

  • One Size Fits Most
  • Adjustable Drawstring
  • Brim: Approx. 6.5"

Gorgeous Church Derby Wedding 3 Layers White Oraganza Dress Hat W Scarf
$60.00
Gorgeous Church Derby Wedding 3 Layers White Oraganza Dress Hat W Scarf by June's Young

  • A wide same color scarf will be a gift for the pretty hat, it will...
  • Head circumference: 56-58 cm(can be adjustable)
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Janey&Rubbins Women's Kentucky Derby Hat Feathers Organza Church Dress Caps by Janey&Rubbins

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I purchased some Schoenfield demolition derby headers for my 360 motor. $100 on the internet. These things are deafening splashy. Totally Mad Max style!

Comber Derby Rack Assembly

Here's a video that shows how to bring our Roller Derby Gear Rack. The rack can be purchased here, http://obrary.com/products/derby-gear-rack. As there ar...

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Carnation Entertainment capped off with Style Show - The-review

With all the elaborate hats, bright colors and intricate prints, Sunday's Style Show did not disappoint.

Especially since, for a grand finale, Mayor Alan Andreani conceded to prance his stuff on the catwalk to Pharrell's "Happy."

"I told them all my moves are busted, I don't bust moves," Andreani said.

The finale, which had models dancing on account of the crowd and pulling audience members to the stage, also included a turn on the runway by the University of Mount Union's MUcaw and a span of Alliance's finest.

The Style Show came back strong for 2014, having been canceled last year due to a broken lift at Connection High School, with fashions from area stores and some pretty fancy hats coming from Fairlawn.

Though the show's theme was "Hats On to the Carnation Bishopric," the models showed off several styles for just about every kind of clothing item.

"We do have it all here in Alliance," said Patti Schaefer, producer and commentator for the show.

The make frenzy began with the scene "A Day at the Office," which had models showing how the day-to-day grind can get a little better through fashion. The women modeled the whole shebang from pencil skirts with button-up blouses to dresses to pant suits. The men sported bold ties and brightly colored shirts.

And, of no doubt, the kids got their turn.

For the "Back to School" segment, Schaefer said audience members would see the "grooviest backpacks and coolest clothes."

And if one idea the adults showed a little spunk walking down the runway, they hadn't seen anything yet.

As Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" played, the kids twirled, blew kisses to the collect and high-fived each other.

The crowd even got a little taste of the robot.

In addition to fashions worn in the workplace, the adults dazzled in some formal and evening wear.

Dressed in mostly black and white in different patterns and styles, the models showed the crowd how to go from office chic to nightlife fabulous.

Interim, the younger models represented the best part of fashion -- individuality.

"The great thing about style is it's our own," said Schaefer

The models walked the runway in a mix and union of colors, patterns and styles.

And, of course, as the theme was hats, the models showed the crowd some examples of the work Paula Singleton does at What a Loving terrible Hat in Fairlawn.

Schaefer said Singleton could design a hat of any style and that the collection available at the hattery includes flamboyant and ornate pieces one might see at the Kentucky Derby, but also diurnal hats for women.

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Source: www.the-review.com

Haziness capsules, Aug. 21, 2014 - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Summaries and mini-reviews of movies playing now, from e3 periodical:

  • AMC = AMC Village Mall, Danville.
  • ART = The Art Theater, Champaign
  • CAR = Carmike, Champaign
  • HAR = Harvest Moon Drive-In, Gibson City
  • NOR = The Conventional Theater, Normal
  • ONA = The Onarga Theater, Onarga
  • PRI = Princess Theatre, LeRoy
  • SAV = Savy 16, Savoy
  • VIR = Virginia Amphitheatre, Champaign

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Back to the Future ★★★★

(Starts Tuesday). Robert Zemeckis' 1985 classic comic sci-fi movie catapulted Michael J. Fox to acclaim, made the DeLorean automobile an object of everyone's affection and introduced the term "flux capacitor" to the national lexicon. Marty McFly (Fox) finds his life turned upside down when he's sent back in time 30 years by an errant experiment conducted by his eccentric scientist also pen-friend Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) and meets his mother and father as teens, interfering with their relationship in catastrophic ways. Funny, well-educated and engaging from the first moment, this is a film that never grows old thanks to the pitch-perfect comic performances and fresh prospect on the time travel genre. (Chuck Koplinski). Rated PG. 116 minutes. VIR.

Boyhood ★★★★

Richard Linklater's dynamic report charts the maturity of a small boy to manhood in an innovative and ultimately poignant manner as the director cast Ellar Coltrane as Mason at the age of 7 and then filmed each summer until he was 18 years old, so that we can anticipate this young man grow up before our eyes. Not much in the way of plot happens — we simply see him experience the sorts of events we all encounter on our way to adulthood — but it's all done in such a fact-of-fact way that we feel as though we're eavesdropping on the character's most intimate, formative moments. With Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette as Mason's parents, the cumulative, irrational effect of the film is profoundly moving and sincere, making this one of the best films of the year. (Chuck Koplinski). Rated R. 165 minutes. SAV.

El Topo ★★★★

(Opens Friday). Surrealist cinema maven Alejandro Jodorowsky's 1970 anti-Western, a midnight movie classic shocker from 1970! The film set in two halves that have by many been compared to the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. Reviews of "El Topo" tend to be infuriating because their authors, myself included, fail to make coherent sanity of the film and are reduced to laundry lists of its ingredients. "These quests," I wrote in my original review, "supply most of the film's generous furnish of killings, tortures, disembowelments, hangings, boilings, genocides, and so on." Evocative but scarcely helpful. The film exists as an unforgettable acquaintance, but not as a comprehensible one. (Roger Ebert). Rated R. 95 minutes. ART.

The Expendables 3 ★★½

Sylvester Stallone and his geriatric band of mercenaries are back, this interval to take down an arms dealer (Mel Gibson) who happens to be a former member of the group. This is standard macho mayhem, but Gibson, with the old wink back in his eye, is quite good as the villain, while Harrison Ford's quiet, tough-guy persona is put to good use as a CIA operative. (Chuck Koplinski). Rated PG-13. 126 minutes. Here's a superb review . AMC, CAR, SAV.

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This fact-based film follows the unexpected rise of the horse "Mine that Bird," a stallion found and trained by cowboys...

Source: www.news-gazette.com

Mahan comes up with auspicious victory at The Barclays - Journal Review

That would have been trimmings. The closing stretch was exactly what he needed Sunday.

Mahan pulled away with three straight birdies, sealing the victory with a 20-foot putt down the declivity on the par-5 17th. That allowed him a bogey from the trees on the final hole for a 6-under 65 and a two-shot victory in the opening FedEx Cup playoff upshot.

He already has two World Golf Championships. Considering the timing, The Barclays felt bigger.

Mahan had gone 48 tournaments and nearly 30 months since his ultimately victory. The only player to never miss a FedEx Cup playoff event, he wanted to keep alive his streak of reaching the Walk Championship every year since this series began in 2007. And he wanted to state his case for a captain's pick for the Ryder Cup rig.

This performance will be hard for U.S. captain Tom Watson to ignore.

"To get a win in an event like this, and the timing that it was, it feels unbelievable," Mahan said.

"This courageous is all about winning," he said. "You can have a great year and if you don't win, it just feels like you missed out on something. So to get a win, and do it in a tournament like this in this kind of fashion with a 65 on Sunday, feels colossal."

On a day when six players had at least a share of the lead, Mahan found a way to make it look like a comfortable win at Ridgewood.

He rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt to cart the outright lead on the par-3 15th, hit wedge to 3 feet for a birdie on the 16th and then rolled in a 20-foot birdie on the par-5 17th. That stretched his diva to three shots going to the final hole when Cameron Tringale bogeyed the 18th.

Mahan tried to make it a little more overwhelming that he needed it to be. He drove into the trees on the right, pitched back to the fairway, pulled his approach into the rough and kept the outcome in doubt until he made the 8-foot bogey putt.

Jason Day, who shared the 54-flaw lead with Jim Furyk, would have needed to hole out from the rough on the 18th to force a playoff and he missed the green. Day closed with a 68 and shared two shakes of a lamb's tail place with Stuart Appleby (65) and Tringale, who celebrated his 27th birthday with a 66.

Furyk now has failed to win the last eight times he has held at least a portion of the lead going into the final round. He was in the mix until missing the fairway on the 14th and taking bogey, and he wound up with a 70 to finish in eighth squelch, four shots behind.

Mahan posed with the crystal trophy with his wife and 1-year-old daughter who flew in to surprise him. He wanted one more visualize with David Finn, his biggest fan and a popular figure in these parts. Finn is in a wheelchair with a disorder affecting his limbs and leaving him unqualified to speak.

Mahan got up to leave, picked up the trophy by its top and the bottom mysteriously broke off.

That can be replaced. The victory was one Mahan won't soon thoughts.

"There's really never a bad time to play good golf," he said. "And this is a really, really good time to play opportune golf."

Tringale began the week with questions about disqualifying himself from the PGA Championship several days after the final major ended. He said he had doubts about whether he whiffed a tap-in for bogey and thus signed for a illegal score. He said he wanted a clear conscience.

"Didn't expect it to be this clear," Tringale said with a smile.

This was the best drain of his career, and it...

Source: www.journalreview.com

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