Advertise with NZME.LifestyleRay Ban Wayfarer spec tacular revival5 May, 2007 05:00 PM5 minutes to readDeborah Harry, aka Blondie, sports her Ray Ban Wayfarers, circa 1979. Now, the Ray Ban Wayfarer is about to have an almighty comeback.Despite having one or two high placed loyalists (Italian Vogue editor Franca Sozzani is rarely seen without hers), the Wayfarer had been deeply uncool for more than a decade. For fashion insiders, an early indicator of a wider revival appeared on the catwalk last September.
A neighborhood meeting will be held on Thursday, November 21, 2013at 7:00 pm at Madison College, 211 N. Carroll St, Room D240. I encourage interested residents and others who care about this special area of our city to come to the meeting to learn more and share your thoughts about the proposed development..
The US president said the rate of vaccination had to be accelerated to meet the target of 75 per cent of Americans getting the jab set by infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci. Mr Biden said his administration had been led to believe there was far more vaccine available than turned out. “So that’s why we’ve ramped up every way we can,” he added.
The Marlton man said that was false, and still had the title in his name.An employee of Moppert Brothers Collision reported on May 3 two envelopes containing $500 were stolen from their office on two different occassions. She said only employees knew where the money was kept, and she suspected two specific employees of taking it.On April 25, a Lawrence Lane man reported that charges totaling $318 at a Walmart in Orlando, Fla., were illegally charged to his checking account.A Gibbstown man reported on May 3 that someone had entered his mother home on Hurffville Cross Keys Road by removing the screen of the kitchen window. Items and furniture were moved, but nothing was reported stolen.A Gemini Court woman reported on May 4 that an iPad case, charger and loose change were stolen from her van overnight.
Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA Met Office spokesperson has revealed why Cambridgeshire missed out on heavy helpings of snow earlier this week.Last week, forecasters predicted snow would fall for hours in our county over the weekend, with the Met Office at one point predicting Cambridge could see more than 30 hours of snow.In anticipation of the expected snowfall last week, some dubbed the coming weather event “The Beast from the East 2,” comparing it to the cold wave that swept Britain in early 2018.So many were left disappointed at the weekend when snow didn’t show in large parts of Cambridgeshire.Neighbouring counties Suffolk and Norfolk saw lashings of the white stuff so why did Cambridgeshire miss out?Find the latest weather news in your area:Met Office spokesperson Grahame Madge said the anticipation for a huge weather event had been somewhat overblown.”Part of this is the bigger media narrative that built this up as the second Beast from the East,” he said, explaining why snow didn’t end up materialising.”We often find the media builds up a story, I’m thinking particularly of the national tabloids, and then when it doesn’t materialise it’s the Met Office that gets the blame.”The ‘Beast from the East II’ was never our moniker.