Ed Hardy

21 Feb 19
Cape Town's source for food, art and fashion news

Tattoos create a division in society depending on people’s perceptions and beliefs. Some say that a tattoo will ruin a person’s chances of landing a distinguished job or link negative connotations to the art form. However, there are others that embrace the art of tattoos as a form of personal expression, using their body as […]

21 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Michelle Gomez was born on November 23, 1966 in Glasgow, Scotland. She is known for her work on Green Wing (2004), Doctor Who (2005) and The Book Group (2002). She has been married to Jack Davenport since May 1, 2000. They have one child. Born: November 23, 1966 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK Actress (39 credits) […]

21 Feb 19
The London Free Press

What’s happening this weekend and next week in the London area

20 Feb 19
Which Is The Best Website To Conduct Clothing Online

If you personal a retail retail outlet for kids, then getting kids clothes at wholesale suppliers on the net is a practical way to maintain your small business afloat. Trusted wholesale suppliers, like the ones the Salehoo has, can supply you supplies with the lowest attainable charge. This way you are ensured of a fantastic […]

20 Feb 19
College Sports, Lifestyle, Breaking News & Videos | Campus Sports

Kenny Guiton’s Ohio State playing career was nothing special as he was a backup for Urban Meyer. He replaced Braxton Miller for a pair of games in 2013, throwing a school-record six touchdown passes in the first half against Florida A&M. After his college career, Guiton played in the Arena Football League for a season, […]

20 Feb 19
Markethearld

The latest report published by market.us has titled “Global Hookah Market By Type (2 Hose, and 3 Hose), By Application (Group Use, and Personal Use), By Region and Key Companies – Industry Segment Outlook, Market Assessment, Competition Scenario, Trends and Forecast 2019–2028” to its Gigantic Report Online Store. The Global Hookah Market was valued at US$ […]

20 Feb 19
Best Books Hub

Best ABAP Books Complete ABAP: The Comprehensive Guide to ABAP 7.5 (SAP PRESS) by Kiran Bandari ABAP: An Introduction and Beginner’s Guide to SAP ABAP (SAP PRESS) by Brian O’Neill Object-Oriented Design with ABAP: A Practical Approach 1st ed. by James E. McDonough ABAP Objects: ABAP Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) (2nd Edition) (SAP PRESS) by James […]

19 Feb 19
MysteryTribune

There is something nostalgic about vintage crime book covers from mid-20th century, a period when bookstore shelves included an abundance of low-cost paperbacks which everyone seemed to be reading. These illustrations, which range from portrayals of femme fatales to tough men who solve their problems with their fists, are in a way an important part of […]

19 Feb 19
Clothes,Fashion

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19 Feb 19
(Roughly) Daily

22 variations on Shakespeare’s most famous poem: “Alternate Forms for Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18.”
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19 Feb 19
GIFT REGISTER

Love & Luck Cologne by Christian Audigier 3.4 oz Eau DeToilette Spray (Tester) for MenThis Oriental Fougere fragrance for men was inspired by the tattoo artistry of Ed Hardy. The scent is an ode to the racy Japanese night life and will appeal to younger men. Top notes include bergamot, mandarin, orange, and cardamom.

19 Feb 19
Boston Herald
Citing rats, broken plumbing, leaky ceilings, poor ventilation and run-down equipment, firefighter unions across the state are sounding the alarm about station houses they say receive little attention, saying poor conditions raise safety fears and hurt morale. “There’s concerns statewide,” said Richard MacKinnon Jr., president of the Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts. A state law signed by Gov. Charlie Baker last year that enforces standards created in the Occupational Safety and Health Act for all state and local government workers, took effect Feb. 1, forcing municipalities to address the issues, according to MacKinnon. Some stations, where firefighters both live and work, have real safety concerns, he said. A fire engine breakdown in Woburn recently forced firefighters to respond to calls in a station pickup truck. The station has been criticized for having rat infestations, jammed windows and floor damage during storms. Woburn has taken initial steps toward building two new stations, appropriating $600,000 for a feasibility study. Woburn Fire Chief Stephen Adgate told the Herald Monday his station has endured some problems, but says it has a “very efficient DPW crew” to addresses those issues. “I’m going to tell you right now, this station, despite what anyone thinks around here, is probably in better shape than I’ve ever seen it,” Adgate said. When asked if his station has problems with morale, Adgate said “If there is, I’m not aware of it.” WOBURN, MA. FEBRUARY 18: Woburn Fire Chief Stephen Adgate speaks about the condition of the department’s fire houses the oldest dating back to 1906 and horse drawn apparatus, Monday, February 3, 2019, in Woburn. Michaud / MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) In Medford, Local 1032 President Ed Buckley said the city’s department is worried about its headquarters, at 120 Main St., which is shared with police and has broken windows, issues with heat, air conditioning, rats and bad plumbing. “It’s crazy,” Buckley said. “Living in those conditions for so long, you get used to it, it’s sad.” Buckley criticized the city and Mayor Stephanie M. Burke for what he says has been a lack of attention to the fire department, after plans to move the police station into a new headquarters were released. “Morale is at an all-time low since she’s been mayor,” Buckley added, referring to Burke. Burke countered in a statement that her administration is “working diligently with the state along with our Board of Health Director and the Department of Public Health to assess all fire stations.” “We have one police headquarters in the City of Medford, while there are 6 fire stations throughout the community,” Burke’s statement read. “Due to the poor conditions of the police headquarters, there was an immediate need for repairs. In order to allow for the least disruption to the officers, we are building the headquarters adjacent to the current facility and then will relocate them. … The safety and well-being of our public safety personnel is a priority and we will continue to do what we can to secure funds for a future fire headquarters.” Cambridge made an emergency $2 million appropriation last year after Mayor Marc McGovern toured some stations. “They’re doing stuff, but seven of our eight houses need work,” said Cambridge Local 30 President Chris Haynes. “They’re equivalent to homeless shelters. It’s a problem across the state.” In Everett, $3 million was recently spent on renovating its Hancock Street fire station. But Union President Craig Hardy says its Central Station on Broadway street needs work and has “a million problems.” “It’s currently a disaster,” Hardy said. “Have to give our city some credit. They’re saying Central is on the forecast next. … It’s easy to fix police stations, there’s only one of them. But oftentimes our buildings get left in the dust.”