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Don’t feel bad if his name doesn’t ring a bell. His biggest win came at a race you’ve probably never heard of. His greatest strength was not sprinting or climbing or time trialing.

The man with the long blonde hair has been racing bicycles at a high level for more than 30 years but never got the kind of results that lead to fame or six-figure contracts or profiles in glossy magazines. He never made the European racing circuit or won a national title. He is considerably faster than almost all of us will ever be, but he was not quite fast enough to meet the conventional standards of success for a pro cyclist.

And maybe you’ll come to see how Elliston represents much that is pure and good in the sport of bike racing, a sport with a shortfall of pure goodness in the modern era. This is a story of unglamorous toil, a journey of painful and rewarding discovery, a reminder of how beautifully the bicycle can help define our lives.

"He knew this story was coming when it landed on his driveway this morning," Cook said. "There's no communication with ownership on this story. One of the things that frustrates me about any assertion that we did this story because of some interest in our owner."

A representative for Adelson echoed this, telling CNNMoney on Monday that "Mr. Adelson had nothing to do with the story, was unaware it was being published and hasn't read it."

On the Review-Journal's front page Monday, the story revealed that, in 1998, the paper killed a story by Carri Geer Thevenot on sexual harassment allegations against Wynn from his employees.

Don’t feel bad if his name doesn’t ring a bell. His biggest win came at a race you’ve probably never heard of. His greatest strength was not sprinting or climbing or time trialing.

The man with the long blonde hair has been racing bicycles at a high level for more than 30 years but never got the kind of results that lead to fame or six-figure contracts or profiles in glossy magazines. He never made the European racing circuit or won a national title. He is considerably faster than almost all of us will ever be, but he was not quite fast enough to meet the conventional standards of success for a pro cyclist.

And maybe you’ll come to see how Elliston represents much that is pure and good in the sport of bike racing, a sport with a shortfall of pure goodness in the modern era. This is a story of unglamorous toil, a journey of painful and rewarding discovery, a reminder of how beautifully the bicycle can help define our lives.

Don’t feel bad if his name doesn’t ring a bell. His biggest win came at a race you’ve probably never heard of. His greatest strength was not sprinting or climbing or time trialing.

The man with the long blonde hair has been racing bicycles at a high level for more than 30 years but never got the kind of results that lead to fame or six-figure contracts or profiles in glossy magazines. He never made the European racing circuit or won a national title. He is considerably faster than almost all of us will ever be, but he was not quite fast enough to meet the conventional standards of success for a pro cyclist.

And maybe you’ll come to see how Elliston represents much that is pure and good in the sport of bike racing, a sport with a shortfall of pure goodness in the modern era. This is a story of unglamorous toil, a journey of painful and rewarding discovery, a reminder of how beautifully the bicycle can help define our lives.

"He knew this story was coming when it landed on his driveway this morning," Cook said. "There's no communication with ownership on this story. One of the things that frustrates me about any assertion that we did this story because of some interest in our owner."

A representative for Adelson echoed this, telling CNNMoney on Monday that "Mr. Adelson had nothing to do with the story, was unaware it was being published and hasn't read it."

On the Review-Journal's front page Monday, the story revealed that, in 1998, the paper killed a story by Carri Geer Thevenot on sexual harassment allegations against Wynn from his employees.

Hi there! I'm Danielle and I am the writer and artist behind Storypiece. This site was created from my belief that a home should be filled with things that are not only useful and beautiful, but ultimately, it should be an authentic reflection of the people that live there. I explore the meaningful story behind the craft, DIY and home design choices that we all make. Every home has a story and this is ours.

That's it for this page, but that's not all she wrote. Check out my gallery of DIY, craft and design inspiration back at the top of this site.

Don’t feel bad if his name doesn’t ring a bell. His biggest win came at a race you’ve probably never heard of. His greatest strength was not sprinting or climbing or time trialing.

The man with the long blonde hair has been racing bicycles at a high level for more than 30 years but never got the kind of results that lead to fame or six-figure contracts or profiles in glossy magazines. He never made the European racing circuit or won a national title. He is considerably faster than almost all of us will ever be, but he was not quite fast enough to meet the conventional standards of success for a pro cyclist.

And maybe you’ll come to see how Elliston represents much that is pure and good in the sport of bike racing, a sport with a shortfall of pure goodness in the modern era. This is a story of unglamorous toil, a journey of painful and rewarding discovery, a reminder of how beautifully the bicycle can help define our lives.

"He knew this story was coming when it landed on his driveway this morning," Cook said. "There's no communication with ownership on this story. One of the things that frustrates me about any assertion that we did this story because of some interest in our owner."

A representative for Adelson echoed this, telling CNNMoney on Monday that "Mr. Adelson had nothing to do with the story, was unaware it was being published and hasn't read it."

On the Review-Journal's front page Monday, the story revealed that, in 1998, the paper killed a story by Carri Geer Thevenot on sexual harassment allegations against Wynn from his employees.

Hi there! I'm Danielle and I am the writer and artist behind Storypiece. This site was created from my belief that a home should be filled with things that are not only useful and beautiful, but ultimately, it should be an authentic reflection of the people that live there. I explore the meaningful story behind the craft, DIY and home design choices that we all make. Every home has a story and this is ours.

That's it for this page, but that's not all she wrote. Check out my gallery of DIY, craft and design inspiration back at the top of this site.

Tamara Kolton is a rabbi and psychologist in Birmingham, Michigan. She is writing her first book, “Oranges for Eve: Walking The Way of the Divine Feminine.”

I’m sitting at home watching the news this past week in awe and with gratitude. More than 150 young women, including several world class athletes, have come forward to talk about the unspeakable abuse they endured at the hands of a predator doctor. One by one, they’ve broken through silence — often at a nearly unendurable cost. This achievement, this tidal wave of bravery, is a contribution to the collective soul of women and anyone who was ever afraid to tell their story.

As a 47 year-old woman rabbi, I’ve become emboldened by these brave young women to speak a truth that I’ve known in my heart for a long time but have been hesitant to share. The time has come for me to step forward, too. It’s time we all acknowledge an overwhelmingly powerful source of shame and silence — in the bible.

Some five decades into his life, Phineas Taylor Barnum from Bethel, Connecticut, had remade himself from his humble beginnings as an impoverished country boy into a showman—indeed the “greatest showman,” as the new musical about his life would say—of his generation.

Thanks to a combination of brilliant marketing tactics and less-than-upstanding business practices, Barnum had truly arrived, and with his book Humbugs of the World, in 1865, Barnum wanted to inform you, his audience, that he hadn’t achieved his rags-to-riches success story by scamming the public.

Barnum's career trafficked in curiosities, which he served up to a public hungry for such entertainment, regardless of how factual or ethical such displays were. His legacy in show business stretched from the American Museum to "P. T. Barnum's Grand Traveling Museum, Menagerie, Caravan & Hippodrome" (the predecessor of “Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey” circus) near the end of his life. Each were full of bigger-than-life ideas marketed to an audience interested in mass, and often crass, entertainment.

Don’t feel bad if his name doesn’t ring a bell. His biggest win came at a race you’ve probably never heard of. His greatest strength was not sprinting or climbing or time trialing.

The man with the long blonde hair has been racing bicycles at a high level for more than 30 years but never got the kind of results that lead to fame or six-figure contracts or profiles in glossy magazines. He never made the European racing circuit or won a national title. He is considerably faster than almost all of us will ever be, but he was not quite fast enough to meet the conventional standards of success for a pro cyclist.

And maybe you’ll come to see how Elliston represents much that is pure and good in the sport of bike racing, a sport with a shortfall of pure goodness in the modern era. This is a story of unglamorous toil, a journey of painful and rewarding discovery, a reminder of how beautifully the bicycle can help define our lives.

"He knew this story was coming when it landed on his driveway this morning," Cook said. "There's no communication with ownership on this story. One of the things that frustrates me about any assertion that we did this story because of some interest in our owner."

A representative for Adelson echoed this, telling CNNMoney on Monday that "Mr. Adelson had nothing to do with the story, was unaware it was being published and hasn't read it."

On the Review-Journal's front page Monday, the story revealed that, in 1998, the paper killed a story by Carri Geer Thevenot on sexual harassment allegations against Wynn from his employees.

Hi there! I'm Danielle and I am the writer and artist behind Storypiece. This site was created from my belief that a home should be filled with things that are not only useful and beautiful, but ultimately, it should be an authentic reflection of the people that live there. I explore the meaningful story behind the craft, DIY and home design choices that we all make. Every home has a story and this is ours.

That's it for this page, but that's not all she wrote. Check out my gallery of DIY, craft and design inspiration back at the top of this site.

Tamara Kolton is a rabbi and psychologist in Birmingham, Michigan. She is writing her first book, “Oranges for Eve: Walking The Way of the Divine Feminine.”

I’m sitting at home watching the news this past week in awe and with gratitude. More than 150 young women, including several world class athletes, have come forward to talk about the unspeakable abuse they endured at the hands of a predator doctor. One by one, they’ve broken through silence — often at a nearly unendurable cost. This achievement, this tidal wave of bravery, is a contribution to the collective soul of women and anyone who was ever afraid to tell their story.

As a 47 year-old woman rabbi, I’ve become emboldened by these brave young women to speak a truth that I’ve known in my heart for a long time but have been hesitant to share. The time has come for me to step forward, too. It’s time we all acknowledge an overwhelmingly powerful source of shame and silence — in the bible.


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