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Nobody Asked Me, But… No. 212: Hotel History: Hotel del Coronado, Coronado, California (1888) | By Stanley Turkel

Hotel History: Hotel del Coronado, Coronado, California*. The renowned Hotel del Coronado is a grand example of elegant Victorian architecture providing one of the most beautiful and popular beach resorts in the United States. The Del was conceived by two mid-western businessmen, Elisha Babcock, Jr. and Hampton L. Story who bought the entire undeveloped 4,100 acres on the peninsula of Coronado for $110,000. Babcock was a retired railroad executive from Evansville, Indiana and Story the ow...
Tags: Travel, United States, Babcock, Coronado, Evansville Indiana, Stanley Turkel, Coronado Coronado, Elisha Babcock Jr, Hampton L Story, Story Clark Piano Company


Berry Global trumps Apollo with $4.37 billion offer for RPC: Reuters

British packaging company RPC Group has agreed to a higher takeover offer from plastics maker Berry Global Group Inc worth 3.34 billion pounds ($4.37 billion), and has ditched a lower bid from Apollo Global Management LLC. RPC, Europe’s biggest plastic packaging group, said on Friday it had revoked support for Apollo’s offer in favor of Berry Global and said its directors would recommend shareholders to vote in favor of the new offer. Berry’s offer of 793 pence in cash for each RPC share is 1.4 ...
Tags: Europe, Trends, M&a, Apollo, Panmure Gordon, Reuters, Berry, Evansville Indiana, RPC Group, RPC, Apollo Global Management LLC, Nicholas Hyett, DS Smith plc, Berry Global, Industrial/Manufacturing, Berry Global Group Inc


Best Airbnbs for spring

You’d be surprised at the places people want to go to in the spring. A beach house in Puerto Rico sounds pretty inviting, as does a beach house pretty much anywhere. Winnipeg, on the other hand? Never really thought of as a spring break hotspot, but according to Airbnb at least one rental there has seen some serious springtime interest. The list of Airbnb’s most wish-listed homes in North America and the Caribbean this spring is full of surprises, but also full of some pretty fantastic deals....
Tags: Travel, Texas, Boston, America, Indiana, Canada, Arizona, Airbnb, North America, Grand Canyon, Caribbean, James, Us Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, San Juan, All


Berry Global weighs bid for packager RPC in challenge to Apollo: Reuters

(Reuters) – Berry Global Group is considering a cash offer for British packager RPC Group in a challenge to a 3.3 billion pound ($4.3 billion) bid from the U.S. company’s former parent, Apollo Global. Apollo agreed to acquire RPC last week after months of negotiations, marking the latest M&A deal in the consolidating packaging sector. Private equity firm Apollo would not sweeten its offer of 782 pence per share, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters, despite grumbling at the relativ...
Tags: Trends, M&a, Goldman Sachs, Hargreaves Lansdown, Apollo, Wells Fargo, Reuters, Berry, Evansville Indiana, U S company, RPC Group, RPC, Yeaman, Aviva Investors, Graham Partners, Nicholas Hyett


Opinion: The President who cried wolf

President Donald Trump continued his assault on the Department of Justice and FBI officials probing his campaign's alleged ties to Russia this week. Trump remarkably labeled them a "disgrace" at a political rally in Evansville, Indiana, and insisted instead the investigation is "illegal."
Tags: News, Russia, Fbi, Stories, Department Of Justice, Donald Trump, Trump, Evansville Indiana


Analysis: The 43 most staggering lines from Donald Trump's Indiana speech

As officials in Washington prepared to honor the late Sen. John McCain, President Donald Trump headed to Evansville, Indiana, to headline a campaign rally for GOP Senate nominee Mike Braun. If you thought Trump might honor McCain's passing or adjust his fiery campaign rhetoric in any way, you thought wrong! (Trump never mentioned McCain by name in the speech.)
Tags: News, Washington, Indiana, Stories, John Mccain, Donald Trump, Trump, McCain, Evansville Indiana, GOP Senate, Mike Braun


The 43 most staggering lines from Donald Trump's Indiana speech

As officials in Washington prepared to honor the late Sen. John McCain, President Donald Trump headed to Evansville, Indiana, to headline a campaign rally for GOP Senate nominee Mike Braun. If you thought Trump might honor McCain's passing or adjust his fiery campaign rhetoric in any way, you thought wrong! (Trump never mentioned McCain by name in the speech.)
Tags: Washington, Indiana, Cnn, John Mccain, Donald Trump, Trump, McCain, Evansville Indiana, GOP Senate, Mike Braun


Trump volunteer tries to block reporter from photographing rally protestor

Evan Vucci's incredible photo from last night's Trump rally in Evansville, Indiana, shows the moment one of his volunteers "blocks the lens of a photographer trying to take a photo of a demonstrator." Evan is the AP's chief photographer in Washington, and you can follow him at @evanvucci. Here's the Instagram embed: https://www.instagram.com/p/BnH8WvzHxMv/?taken-by=evanvucci
Tags: Post, Politics, News, Washington, Ap, Mistakes, Trump, Evan, Evansville Indiana, Evan Vucci, Rallies, Barbra Streis-hand


Trump continues midterm push in Indiana

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is making a midterm election push in Indiana on Thursday as Republicans seek to unseat vulnerable Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly. Trump will hold a rally in Evansville, Indiana, on Thursday evening. Donnelly faces wealthy Republican businessman Mike Braun in what is viewed as one of the nation’s most competitive […]
Tags: News, Washington, Indiana, Ap, Donald Trump, Trump, Donnelly, Evansville Indiana, Nation & World Politics, Mike Braun, Democratic Sen Joe Donnelly Trump


Today’s Agenda: White House Spins As McGahn Heads For Exit

The White House appears to be laying the groundwork to oust Sessions while also preparing to lose its top lawyer. Here’s more on that, and on other stories we’re following. Stories We’re Following Allegra Kirkland is digging into Florida’s midterm outlook. Democratic turnout will likely be helped by the state’s selection for governor earlier this week: Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum’s win could be a huge boost for Senate candidate Bill Nelson’s bid, as Gillum will likely draw young voters ...
Tags: Florida, News, Senate, White House, House, Allegra Kirkland, Evansville Indiana, Tallahassee, Bill Nelson, John Light, Gillum, McGahn, Stefan Passantino, Andrew Gillum, Prime Beta, CT Trump


IRMA to honor three-time Gold and Glory Sweepstakes winner Charlie Wiggins

Photos courtesy IRMA. Charlie Wiggins knew what he was up against – discrimination, segregation, the threat of retaliation, and outright racism – but he also knew he could outdrive any man, regardless of the color of his skin, so he persisted for decades to break the color barrier in auto racing. Though he never saw his dream of a black man racing at Indy become a reality, the Indiana Racing Memorial Association will nevertheless honor Wiggins’s persistence and accomplishments with a historical...
Tags: Indiana, Indianapolis, Shows, Chicago, United States, Autos, Pbs, Detroit, AAA, Motorsports, Oliver, Speedway, Ku Klux Klan, Gould, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, EVANSVILLE


HKW sells HRI to Paramount Health

Hammond, Kennedy, Whitney & Company Inc has sold Evansville, Indiana-based Health Resources Inc, a provider of dental benefit programs to employers in Indiana and Kentucky. The buyer was Paramount Health. No financial terms were disclosed. Cain Brothers served as financial adviser to HRI on the transaction while Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP provided legal advice. PRESS RELEASE Indianapolis, IN – Hammond, Kennedy, Whitney & Company, Inc. (“HKW”) is pleased to announce that on December 29, 2017...
Tags: New York, Kentucky, Trends, Indiana, Indianapolis, Healthcare, M&a, North America, Paramount, Company, Taft, Evansville Indiana, Toledo Ohio, New York City New York, HRI, KeyBanc Capital Markets


POTD: Walmart Sign Fail

Earlier this week this photo has been going viral. Someone affixed their “Own The School Like A Hero” over the firearm display case in the Evansville, Indiana Walmart. It is unknown who placed this sign. Knee jerk reactions are quick to blame Walmart whereas it could just as easily have been a joke in poor […] Read More … The post POTD: Walmart Sign Fail appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, Walmart, Evansville Indiana, Photo of the Day, Other Gear & Gadgets, Display Case, Walmart Sign Fail


Walmart Apologizes For 'Terrible' 'Own The School Year' Sign Above Guns

Walmart apologized Wednesday after photos surfaced on social media of a gun rack at one of its stores topped with a sign that read: “Own the school year like a hero.” Images of the gun rack began appearing on Twitter early Wednesday morning. Walmart confirmed in responses to the images that the incident took place at store #1341, in Evansville, Indiana. Damn, @Walmart wtf# you tryin to promote here? Hunting season or shoot the school up any kind of season? #Walmart#Shotguns#Guns#School pic.twit...
Tags: News, Walmart, EVANSVILLE, Evansville Indiana, Matt Shuham, Walmart Shotguns Guns School


10 Big Winners from NSRA Nats Indoor Top 100

--> Bruce Conwell, Wichita, Kansas / 1949 Cadillac Nothing’s more elegant than a mild custom Cadillac. The team at Chris Carlson Hot Rods added a Roadster Shop chassis for great handling combined with a 525hp LS3 V-8 for power. Some of the body updates include a graduated 2-inch front to 5-inch rear chop, modified bumpers, ’56 Olds headlights, wheel’s from Circle Racing and deep coating of Marin Senour candy red. --> Bill Rafter, Port Orange, Florid...
Tags: News, Georgia, Power, Ford, Chevy, Lincoln, Customs, Smith, Cadillac, Pirelli, Brad, Louisville Kentucky, Mickey, Schott, Evansville Indiana, Goodyear


UC research finds high levels of PFOA in Mid-Ohio River Valley residents

New research from the University of Cincinnati reveals that residents of the Mid-Ohio River Valley (from Evansville, Indiana, north to Huntington, West Virginia) had higher than normal levels of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) based on blood samples collected over a 22-year span.
Tags: Health, UC, University Of Cincinnati, Evansville Indiana, Huntington West Virginia, Mid Ohio River Valley


Scarce 1932 Chevrolet “Woodie” Station Wagon scheduled to attend the 2017 Hemmings Motor News Concours

1932 Chevrolet “Woodie” Station Wagon; image by the author. An icon of automotive design was introduced by Ford Motor Company on April 25, 1929, when the Model A station wagon was unveiled, featuring, as an intricate construction material, maple and birch bodies built by the Briggs Body Company, the Murray Corporation and Baker-Raulang. Although the use of the organic material had been a significant part of the auto industry since its evolutionary leap from horse-drawn carriages, the new Ford ...
Tags: America, Shows, Ford, Autos, Chevy, John, Chevrolet, Ford Motor Company, Lake George, Bennington Vermont, Hemmings, Evansville Indiana, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Buick Riviera, Hemmings Daily, Exhibitions And Events


94-Year-Old McDonald's Employee Celebrates 44th Anniversary On Job

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Tags: News, Aclu, Abc News, Huffington Post, Facebook Live, David Moye, McDonald, Evansville Indiana, Maurer, Loraine, Evansville Courier Press, Loraine Maurer, Katie Kenworthy


This 94-Year-Old Loves Her McDonald's Job So Much She's Stayed For 44 Years

Loraine Maurer just celebrated a very big work anniversary: 44 years at McDonald's.The 94-year-old has been working at various Evansville, Indiana locations since 1973. On Thursday, her customers and coworkers acknowledged her contributions with personal congratulations and a cake that read, "Miss Loraine, 44 years of service," decorated with icing in the company's colors and a photo of its logo.Maurer has not only worked at McDonald's for an impressive amount of time but has also eaten a remar...
Tags: Fashion, Music, McDonald, Straits Times, Evansville Indiana, Fieri, Maurer, Loraine, Goh Gwek Eng, Singapore McDonald, Loraine Maurer, Harriett Clopper, Maryland McDonald


Department of Justice to host National Summit on Crime Reduction and Public Safety at the end of June

Acting Assistant Attorney General Alan Hanson gave this speech today at the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program Symposium. The entire speech makes for an interesting and encouraging read, and here are a few passages that really caught my eye (including the reference to the coming National Summit mentioned in the post title): As with any new Administration, I know there are lots of questions about priorities. The President just released his budget last week, and you can see that the White ...
Tags: Law, Senate, White House, Milwaukee, America, Department Of Justice, Austin Texas, Department, Evansville Indiana, Jeff Sessions, Douglas A Berman, Alan Hanson, Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program, Jacobsville Five, Rundberg


Trump supporters in the heartland fear being left behind by GOP health plan

Republican proposal would upend a healthcare system in Indiana that covers many low-income people – in a program that Mike Pence put in placeJanice Phelps, a 60-year-old disabled factory worker in Evansville, Indiana, knows how expensive healthcare is.Each month, shots for her severe asthma cost $3,000. Quarterly injections for knee pain cost $3,200. Medication for depression costs $900. She has had seven back surgeries, two shoulder surgeries, and two knee surgeries since 1985. The largest publ...
Tags: America, US news, Indiana, Gop, US politics, Medicare, US healthcare, Donald Trump, Trump, Mike Pence, Evansville Indiana, Trump Administration


Fake bullet hole in Synagogue in Indiana

By Dean Weingarten Dean Weingarten Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)-This picture shows the “bullet hole” in the window of the class room at the Temple Adath B'nai Israel complex in Evansville, Indiana.  Rabbi Gary Mazo has been going “ballistic”, claiming that this is evidence of a hate crime designed  to intimidate and silence Jews. The damage is supposed to have been done on a Sunday, the 26th of February.  It was discovered Monday, and reported to the authorities on Tuesday.Image from tristatehom...
Tags: Guns, Israel, Department Of Defense, Indiana, Fbi, Arizona, Indianapolis Star, USATODAY, EVANSVILLE, Evansville Indiana, Evansville Ind, Weingarten, Gun Rights News, Dean Weingarten, Gun Watch, University of Wisconsin Pistol Team


Indiana synagogue discovers hole shot into window

At Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Indiana, a projectile was shot into a window Sunday, furthering anxiety about a rise in anti-Semitic incidents.
Tags: Israel, Indiana, Cnn, Evansville Indiana


Bullet Hole Discovered In Indiana Synagogue Window

The FBI is reportedly investigating a shot through the window of a synagogue in Evansville, Indiana. Read More → [Author: Matt Shuham]
Tags: News, Fbi, Evansville Indiana, Matt Shuham, Indiana Synagogue Window


ETA (Eating Tracks Alive) – “Rose” EP

Evansville, Indiana based Underground Hip Hop duo ETA (Eating Tracks Alive) consisting of 2 MC’s Kontxt and DB release they’re 2nd Ep titled “Rose“.
Tags: Jazz, Eta, Evansville Indiana, Albums/Mixtapes, Eating Tracks Alive, ETA Eating Tracks Alive


I realized Trump could win in a hospital room

I first realized that Donald Trump might actually win the presidency when I was with my mom last fall at Deaconess Gateway Hospital in Evansville, Indiana, where she was recovering from knee replacement surgery.
Tags: News, Stories, Donald Trump, Trump, Evansville Indiana


‘Firefly’ and ‘Barney Miller’ Star Ron Glass Has Died At 71

After hearing the sad news that The Brady Bunch matriarch Florence Henderson had passed away on Thanksgiving, another star of classic TV has left us far too soon. Ron Glass, a veteran actor best known for his role as Detective Sergeant Ron Harris on the TV show Barney Miller, passed away this weekend at 71 years old. We look back at the actor’s career that includes a wide variety of work in film and television after the jump. News of Ron Glass dead originated from TMZ, but CNN has since follo...
Tags: Death, Movies, Cnn, Glass, Firefly, Nickelodeon, Rhodes, Midwest, Hart, Evansville Indiana, Barney Miller, Florence Henderson, Ron Harris, Felix Unger, Comic Conventions, Rugrats


Specters in the stacks: Haunted libraries in the US

Some people love libraries so much, they never leave. Though no living human being knows exactly what happens—or doesn’t happen—after death, certain library patrons have reported unnatural, paranormal events occurring within the walls of these four supposedly haunted libraries. Could they be ghosts attempting to check out a new Sci-Fi novel or mischievously disrupting the organized stacks? Or are these sightings and sounds merely natural coincidences? We spoke to these four haunted libraries abo...
Tags: Books, Featured, Ghosts, US, Sacramento, America, History, Library, Literature, Philosophy, Haunted, West Coast, George Washington, Scott, Greg, Byram


50 Main Street Business Programs and Organizations

Main street organizations are groups that aim to support business districts in various communities through economic development and community support programs. There are many of these organizations working tirelessly in cities around the country to support businesses and make their communities better. Here are 50 such main street groups around the country a bit more about what they do. Main Street Programs and Organization Across the US Nogales Community Development Corporation In Nogales,...
Tags: Minnesota, Sales, Rome, Missouri, Washington Dc, Ohio, Baltimore, Chinatown, Hartford, Shaw, WEST DES MOINES Iowa, Uptown, Montclair, Indianapolis Indiana, Evansville Indiana, Vero Beach Florida


Two Arrested After Shooting; Victim Credited for Showing Restraint

Bob Irwin highlights the latest self defense and other shootings of the week. Read them and see went wrong, what went right and what we can learn from defense with a gun. Evansville Couple Arrested After Shooting Bob Irwin Las Vegas, NV –-(Ammoland.com)- Tristate Homepage.com reports this week (8/11/2016) in Evansville, Indiana shortly before 10:30 Thursday morning, local officers were dispatched to the corner of Michael Avenue and Frisse Avenue on reports of a shooting incident.A couple ...
Tags: Guns, Youtube, Las Vegas, Michael Avenue, Evansville Indiana, Gun Rights News, Guns Save Lives, Self Defense, Bob Irwin, The Gun Store, Bob Irwin Firedup