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Coming out changes the game for Olympian Gus Kenworthy

Added: 16.01.2018 16:36 | 1 views | 0 comments

Stakes higher, thrill greater now that Olympian Gus Kenworthy has come out

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JVC Kenwood will showcase wireless Android Auto at CES 2018 - Roadshow

Added: 30.12.2017 3:00 | 3 views | 0 comments

Android Auto cuts the cord next year via a pair of WiFi-enabled multimedia receivers that will debut at CES.

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Former U.S. President Obama Reports For Jury Duty

Added: 08.11.2017 22:17 | 9 views | 0 comments

Former U.S. President Barack Obama, free of a job that forced him to move to Washington for eight years, showed up at a downtown Chicago courthouse for jury duty on Wednesday morning, CBS News reports. The 44th president's motorcade — considerably shorter than the one he had when he lived in the White House — left his home in the Kenwood neighborhood on the city's South Side and arrived at the Richard J. Daley Center shortly after 10 a.m. Obama — wearing a dark sport coat and dress shirt, but without a tie — waved to people who gathered outside after hearing reports that he would be reporting for jury duty. Angel Martinez, who also had been summoned for jury duty, shared a video of the...

Olympic ad campaign 'Love Over Bias' celebrates diversity, athletes say

Added: 03.11.2017 3:33 | 9 views | 0 comments

Gus Kenworthy says he worried being an openly gay athlete would hurt him financially.

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Former president Obama called for jury duty in Chicago

Added: 29.10.2017 1:32 | 7 views | 0 comments

Cook County Chief Judge Tim Evans told county commissioners during a budget hearing that Obama, who owns homes in Washington, DC, and Chicago's Kenwood neighbourhood, will serve in November.

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Kenwood DNX573S 6.2″ Apple CarPlay In-Dash CD/DVD/DM Receiver - $499.99

Added: 21.10.2017 17:11 | 9 views | 0 comments

This Kenwood DNX573S 6.2" Apple CarPlay In-Dash CD/DVD/DM Receiver features bluetooth, built-in Navigation . ...

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Striking images reveal wineries devastated by wildfires

Added: 15.10.2017 19:33 | 12 views | 0 comments


Remarkable photos reveal how badly California's wineries have been damaged in wildfires that have burned tens of thousands of acres of wine country since Sunday. SEE ALSO: How California's firestorm spread so mind-bogglingly fast: From 'Diablo' winds to climate trends Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa, California is just one of the dozens of wineries that was ravaged by the massive fires.  In the midst of the blaze, a large plastic wine container melted, releasing a boiling pool of wine, according to SF Gate. "I saw a pool of wine, and it was flowing lightly down the hill, and as I got close to it, I noticed that it was bubbling," photographer Josh Edelson told the news outlet. "At first, I didn't understand it, but then it dawned on me that the ground was hot, and the wine was boiling with all that stuff smoldering around it." Edelson captured pictures of the haunting scene at Paradise Ridge on Tuesday. A pool of wine boils beneath debris from the fire at Paradise Ridge Winery.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images A melted wine container leaks wine onto the ground at Paradise Ridge Winery.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images Charred fermentation tanks drip wine at a destroyed Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty ImagesParadise Ridge Winery owner Sonia Byck-Barwick told CNN the property is completely burned, and all of the grapes they had picked for the season have been lost. Byck-Barwick said she hopes to keep the business alive in the face of destruction by using a small building on the property as a tasting room for visitors.  Many other wineries have experienced varying degrees of damage, and at least a dozen have been completely destroyed, according to The Mercury Times.  Wine grapes are destroyed by the Tubbs Fire on October 11, 2017 in Kenwood, California.Image: EZRA SHAW/Getty Images The gutted remains of Paradise Ridge winery. #sonomafire #wine. Owner says he will rebuild. pic.twitter.com/ubhofqQAIC — Bill Swindell (@BillSwindell) October 9, 2017 Signorelli winery is gone pic.twitter.com/rOHpqGNMn2 — Karin Oconnell (@KarinO39) October 9, 2017 A mother hen and her (well-camouflaged) chicks scratch and peck for food in the burned earth at a Calistoga-area winery. pic.twitter.com/E441QZgENt — Trevor Hughes (@TrevorHughes) October 11, 2017 Melted wine bottles are among the remains of the Signorello Estate Winery in Napa, California.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty ImagesFans of the wineries expressed their concern on Twitter.  This is where @aprilolanoff and I got married. I hope everyone is safe. https://t.co/ViJB7u5ejN — drew olanoff (@yoda) October 9, 2017 My wife & I were married there just a few weeks ago. That's extremely sad news. Such a happy, beautiful place. — Derek Gathright (@derek) October 9, 2017 The fires in Northern California have destroyed at least 5,700 homes and businesses, and have displaced 90,000 people as of Friday afternoon, according to the Associated Press. At least 35 people have died, making these fires the deadliest and most destructive in the state's history.  The two deadliest fires — the Tubbs and Atlas fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties — moved quickly through wine country due to strong winds, making it difficult for firefighters to contain them.  WATCH: California wildfire victims returning to their destroyed homes is absolutely heart-wrenching

Striking images reveal wineries devastated by wildfires

Added: 15.10.2017 0:34 | 6 views | 0 comments


Remarkable photos reveal how badly California's wineries have been damaged in wildfires that have burned tens of thousands of acres of wine country since Sunday. SEE ALSO: How California's firestorm spread so mind-bogglingly fast: From 'Diablo' winds to climate trends Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa, California is just one of the dozens of wineries that was ravaged by the massive fires.  In the midst of the blaze, a large plastic wine container melted, releasing a boiling pool of wine, according to SF Gate. "I saw a pool of wine, and it was flowing lightly down the hill, and as I got close to it, I noticed that it was bubbling," photographer Josh Edelson told the news outlet. "At first, I didn't understand it, but then it dawned on me that the ground was hot, and the wine was boiling with all that stuff smoldering around it." Edelson captured pictures of the haunting scene at Paradise Ridge on Tuesday. A pool of wine boils beneath debris from the fire at Paradise Ridge Winery.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images A melted wine container leaks wine onto the ground at Paradise Ridge Winery.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images Charred fermentation tanks drip wine at a destroyed Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty ImagesParadise Ridge Winery owner Sonia Byck-Barwick told CNN the property is completely burned, and all of the grapes they had picked for the season have been lost. Byck-Barwick said she hopes to keep the business alive in the face of destruction by using a small building on the property as a tasting room for visitors.  Many other wineries have experienced varying degrees of damage, and at least a dozen have been completely destroyed, according to The Mercury Times.  Wine grapes are destroyed by the Tubbs Fire on October 11, 2017 in Kenwood, California.Image: EZRA SHAW/Getty Images The gutted remains of Paradise Ridge winery. #sonomafire #wine. Owner says he will rebuild. pic.twitter.com/ubhofqQAIC — Bill Swindell (@BillSwindell) October 9, 2017 Signorelli winery is gone pic.twitter.com/rOHpqGNMn2 — Karin Oconnell (@KarinO39) October 9, 2017 A mother hen and her (well-camouflaged) chicks scratch and peck for food in the burned earth at a Calistoga-area winery. pic.twitter.com/E441QZgENt — Trevor Hughes (@TrevorHughes) October 11, 2017 Melted wine bottles are among the remains of the Signorello Estate Winery in Napa, California.Image: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty ImagesFans of the wineries expressed their concern on Twitter.  This is where @aprilolanoff and I got married. I hope everyone is safe. https://t.co/ViJB7u5ejN — drew olanoff (@yoda) October 9, 2017 My wife & I were married there just a few weeks ago. That's extremely sad news. Such a happy, beautiful place. — Derek Gathright (@derek) October 9, 2017 The fires in Northern California have destroyed at least 5,700 homes and businesses, and have displaced 90,000 people as of Friday afternoon, according to the Associated Press. At least 35 people have died, making these fires the deadliest and most destructive in the state's history.  The two deadliest fires — the Tubbs and Atlas fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties — moved quickly through wine country due to strong winds, making it difficult for firefighters to contain them.  WATCH: California wildfire victims returning to their destroyed homes is absolutely heart-wrenching

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