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History is repeating itself in Victoria as angry home owners vowed to join forces with other protest groups and make the North East Link an election issue for the state government.

Hundreds of people gathered on Sunday at Koonung Creek Reserve in Balwyn North, in the city's north-east, to protest the chosen route for the planned road project, which will connect the end of the ring road in Greensborough to the Eastern Freeway.

Using music as a catalyst to connect strangers, the interactive installation involving vibrant piano's placed in unusual locations has returned to Melbourne's streets.

PITTSTON — Some Facebook users are calling for a horse to be confiscated and its owners to be punished after photos of the animal, with its brown fur and bony flanks, began circulating Thursday afternoon on the website.

The 23-year-old gelding, Zin, has lost about 100 pounds in the last six months, according to its owners, Armand Cookson and Kelsey Radley, of Pittston.

But they also say the horse is losing the weight because of a medical condition that a veterinarian still hasn’t been able to diagnose, and despite the greater quantities of horse feed that he’s been eating.

In an industry famous for its even more famous owners, high-profile names are often casually dropped into conversation, but in issue 182 of The Superyacht Report , Denise Rich's remarks certainly made me stop in my tracks, and is potentially the best name-drop I've heard as yet.  “I’ll never forget the moment I first thought that I really wanted a boat,” recalls the owner of 48m Lady Joy . “We were on my uncle’s boat in Cape Cod – I was just a young girl at the time – and we passed President Kennedy on his boat called Honey Fitz. He waved at us from the boat and that was the moment I knew that one day I’d have one.”

Rich’s interview with Felix Sowerbutts in issue 182 of The Superyacht Report is peppered with these exceptional anecdotes, including insights from her time working with famed musicians such as Sister Sledge, Diana Ross and Aretha Franklin, to performing at a Martin Luther King Jnr. memorial service. Rich’s journey into ownership, which she approached with a discerning mind and methodical process, led her to build with Christensen.

Don’t miss the ownership insights from Dr. Ed Bosarge, who I spoke to for our ‘Lessons Learned’ feature. For Bosarge, the most important part in a yacht’s life is the crew, “For me, I think the most important thing is to hire the best captain, with the highest integrity and the highest amount of experience,” he explains. Bosarge owns three sailing yachts, Marie, P2 and Tenacious , and is a prominent fixture on the regatta circuit, in addition to roles at IBM and NASA, an interest in geophysics and stem cell research, and running a fully, eco-friendly island in the Exumas. To say he is a busy man would be an understatement.

As the NFL and the NFL Players Association work to resolve the anthem controversy once and for all, the guy who started the movement will be involved in the efforts get things turned around.

Via Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, quarterback Colin Kaepernick will join the process next week , attending the next meeting between NFL owners and a group of players who have been directly negotiating the issue.

It appears, based on Robinson’s report, that Kaepernick will be attending at the invitation of the players and not the league. Players invited him to last week’s meeting, but Kaepernick decided not to attend without an invitation from the league.

History is repeating itself in Victoria as angry home owners vowed to join forces with other protest groups and make the North East Link an election issue for the state government.

Hundreds of people gathered on Sunday at Koonung Creek Reserve in Balwyn North, in the city's north-east, to protest the chosen route for the planned road project, which will connect the end of the ring road in Greensborough to the Eastern Freeway.

Using music as a catalyst to connect strangers, the interactive installation involving vibrant piano's placed in unusual locations has returned to Melbourne's streets.

PITTSTON — Some Facebook users are calling for a horse to be confiscated and its owners to be punished after photos of the animal, with its brown fur and bony flanks, began circulating Thursday afternoon on the website.

The 23-year-old gelding, Zin, has lost about 100 pounds in the last six months, according to its owners, Armand Cookson and Kelsey Radley, of Pittston.

But they also say the horse is losing the weight because of a medical condition that a veterinarian still hasn’t been able to diagnose, and despite the greater quantities of horse feed that he’s been eating.

In an industry famous for its even more famous owners, high-profile names are often casually dropped into conversation, but in issue 182 of The Superyacht Report , Denise Rich's remarks certainly made me stop in my tracks, and is potentially the best name-drop I've heard as yet.  “I’ll never forget the moment I first thought that I really wanted a boat,” recalls the owner of 48m Lady Joy . “We were on my uncle’s boat in Cape Cod – I was just a young girl at the time – and we passed President Kennedy on his boat called Honey Fitz. He waved at us from the boat and that was the moment I knew that one day I’d have one.”

Rich’s interview with Felix Sowerbutts in issue 182 of The Superyacht Report is peppered with these exceptional anecdotes, including insights from her time working with famed musicians such as Sister Sledge, Diana Ross and Aretha Franklin, to performing at a Martin Luther King Jnr. memorial service. Rich’s journey into ownership, which she approached with a discerning mind and methodical process, led her to build with Christensen.

Don’t miss the ownership insights from Dr. Ed Bosarge, who I spoke to for our ‘Lessons Learned’ feature. For Bosarge, the most important part in a yacht’s life is the crew, “For me, I think the most important thing is to hire the best captain, with the highest integrity and the highest amount of experience,” he explains. Bosarge owns three sailing yachts, Marie, P2 and Tenacious , and is a prominent fixture on the regatta circuit, in addition to roles at IBM and NASA, an interest in geophysics and stem cell research, and running a fully, eco-friendly island in the Exumas. To say he is a busy man would be an understatement.

History is repeating itself in Victoria as angry home owners vowed to join forces with other protest groups and make the North East Link an election issue for the state government.

Hundreds of people gathered on Sunday at Koonung Creek Reserve in Balwyn North, in the city's north-east, to protest the chosen route for the planned road project, which will connect the end of the ring road in Greensborough to the Eastern Freeway.

Using music as a catalyst to connect strangers, the interactive installation involving vibrant piano's placed in unusual locations has returned to Melbourne's streets.

PITTSTON — Some Facebook users are calling for a horse to be confiscated and its owners to be punished after photos of the animal, with its brown fur and bony flanks, began circulating Thursday afternoon on the website.

The 23-year-old gelding, Zin, has lost about 100 pounds in the last six months, according to its owners, Armand Cookson and Kelsey Radley, of Pittston.

But they also say the horse is losing the weight because of a medical condition that a veterinarian still hasn’t been able to diagnose, and despite the greater quantities of horse feed that he’s been eating.

History is repeating itself in Victoria as angry home owners vowed to join forces with other protest groups and make the North East Link an election issue for the state government.

Hundreds of people gathered on Sunday at Koonung Creek Reserve in Balwyn North, in the city's north-east, to protest the chosen route for the planned road project, which will connect the end of the ring road in Greensborough to the Eastern Freeway.

Using music as a catalyst to connect strangers, the interactive installation involving vibrant piano's placed in unusual locations has returned to Melbourne's streets.


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