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One for the Hunting Record Books and for the AR Platform – Randy Luth

One for the Hunting Record Books and for the AR Platform – Randy Luth U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Randy Luth; whom many know as one of the Founding Fathers of the modern world’s most popular and versatile Rifle Platforms. Of course, we are talking about the AR Platform, the AR Platform is now deeply steeped in American, and even worldwide culture. No longer just a rifle, it is easily one of the most versatile rifle and pistol platforms ever made. Randy Luth has been on the cutting edge of develo...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Colorado, Heritage, US Army, Haiti, Randy, Southeast Alaska, YouTube Facebook, DPMS, Hunting News, Shooting Industry News, JJ Sutton, Hunter JJ, Colorado Caribbean He, Presidential Security Detail


The future is in our hands: drive to save traditional skills

A new campaign hopes to revive ‘critically endangered’ ancient techniquesClay pipe making, wainwrighting, tanning and making spinning wheels – all are skills of the past that can offer us a sustainable future. This is the message behind a drive, launched this spring, to preserve endangered traditional crafts in Britain.With a new award of £3,000 available, together with fresh support from outdoor pursuits company Farlows, the Heritage Crafts Association is calling for a renewed effort to save ol...
Tags: Environment, Life and style, Culture, Britain, Conservation, Art and design, Heritage, Rural affairs, Sewing, Craft, History of art, Farlows the Heritage Crafts Association


The history of Karachi’s Homi Katrak Chambers

If you head to Clifton after passing Sind Club and Frere Hall in Karachi, you’ll come to a traffic signal at Lilly Bridge, with a piece of history on its left: Homi Katrak Chambers. This stunning pre-Partition heritage building was bought by TPL Properties and will be converted into a luxury real estate complex. This is its story. Photo: Twitter/@annusraza The building’s story begins with a Zoroastrian businessman by the name of Kavasji Katrak. He came to India in the early 1900s and was base...
Tags: UK, Life, India, Heritage, Pakistan, Clifton, KARACHI, Pinto, St Johns, Yusuf, RAWALPINDI, Jamshed, Katrak Parsi Colony, Homi, Lever Brothers, Abdullah Haroon


Stonehenge equinox: 'Let's hope by solstice we're in a better place'

Ancient site has closed due to coronavirus but some still camped out for the equinox sunriseCoronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Hilary and Wesley have been coming to Stonehenge to mark solstices and equinoxes for more than three decades. When the site was closed off for years after the Battle of the Beanfield in 1985 they would leap the razor-wire-topped fences to gain access to the sacred site.The pair, aged 58 and 53 respectively, were one of the hardy band that arriv...
Tags: UK News, Culture, Heritage, Wiltshire, Stonehenge, HILARY, Wesley, Coronavirus outbreak


British Museum says metal detectorists found 1,311 treasures last year

‘Rare’ 1,100-year-old brooch from Norfolk among treasures foundAn astonishingly well-preserved medieval brooch featuring what could be dragon and dog decorations is among a record number of objects discovered last year by the nation’s army of metal detectorists.The British Museum on Tuesday announced that 1,311 finds which are defined as treasure had been found by members of the public across England, Wales and Northern Ireland in 2019. Continue reading...
Tags: Science, Life and style, UK News, Culture, Heritage, Northern Ireland, Archaeology, Hobbies, Norfolk, British Museum, Roman Britain, England Wales


Durham’s ‘pitman’s parliament’, a monument of industrial heritage, saved from ruin

Redhills, for long the base of the Durham miners and a centre of community culture, is set to return to its former gloryMore than 100 years ago, when miners in County Durham decided to build a hall for their association, they did not think small. Opened in 1915, and funded by subscriptions from across one of Europe’s largest coalfields, the new headquarters boasted a lavish 48-metre facade, a white marble staircase, a domed roof and splendid oak-panelled committee rooms.The crowning glory was a ...
Tags: Europe, UK News, Culture, Architecture, Heritage, Durham, North Of England, County Durham, Redhills


Nameplate From the Past Returns in Trademark Filings

Model names usually remain the property of their original owner. The trademark gets renewed again and again, long after the vehicle bearing the name shuffles into retirement, lest it fall into someone else’s hands. In this case, three automakers have placed the name somewhere on a vehicle. That name is Hornet, and recent U.S., Canadian, […] The post Nameplate From the Past Returns in Trademark Filings appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Heritage, Fca, Autos, Dodge, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, News Blog, Future Vehicles, Product Planning, Hornet, Trademark Applications, Dodge Hornet


Travel Fashion – How to style your Palazzo pants for Heritage places

How I styled my Palazzo pants in Indo-western look at Jadhavgadh Fort Palazzo pants are one of the most versatile outfit in my Sustainable fashion Capsule Wardrobe. Time and again I have said this and I will stick true to it.... The post Travel Fashion – How to style your Palazzo pants for Heritage places appeared first on Fashion Mate.
Tags: Travel, Deals, Heritage, Palace, Latest Fashion Trends, Different ways to style palazzo pants, Printed palazzo pants styled in 3 ways, Different Ways To Wear, Floral Palazzo Pants, Heritage Place Style, How To Style Palazzo Pants, Jadhavgadh Fort, Jadhavgadh Fort Palazzo


Will Europe’s museums rise to the challenge of decolonisation? | Dan Hicks

With new museums opening in Africa, and calls for restitution increasing, old institutions are being forced to address the legacies of empireAnthropology and archaeology were among the most important of the colonial disciplines. They derived their power from the trick of collapsing time and space. In his classic 1983 book Time and the Other, Amsterdam-based anthropologist Johannes Fabian described how this illusion operated. It was as if the further the colonial explorer travelled from the metro...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Africa, World news, Culture, Britain, Heritage, Museums, Amsterdam, Archaeology, Parthenon marbles, Tierra del Fuego, Dan Hicks, Johannes Fabian, Africa Tasmania


Advice from a Scientific Entrepreneur to Her 25-Year-Old Self

Contributed by Ginger Rothrock, Senior Director at HG Ventures, The Heritage Group On my drive to work today I was listening to my favorite podcast, 20minVC . [Sidenote –When I leapt into the venture world 15 months ago, the 20minVC and TheFullRatchet were my crash course in “how to be a VC”–true story]. Anyway, one question Harry Stebbings asked his guest: “what do you know now that you wish you knew when you were 25” really struck me. For context, I’m a serial entrepreneur in the materials sci...
Tags: Startups, San Francisco, Heritage, Announcements, Accelerators, Jared, THG, Heritage Group, Harry Stebbings, Liquidia Technologies, The Heritage Group, HG Ventures, Ginger Rothrock, David David Brad


Cunningham the young master at Portmarnock Links

Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links Irish Under 16 international Luke Cunningham carded a one-under-par 70 to claim the nett in the first SIM Sprint event in the TaylorMade Winter Series at Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links. The scratch player from Galway Bay went out in one-over-par as he mixed birdies at the second and fourth with a double-bogey at the third and a bogey at the ninth. ...
Tags: Sport, Css, Heritage, Golf, Cunningham, Portmarnock, Delahunty, Heritage Home, Amateur golf, PGA Irish Region, Portmarnock Links, Portmarnock Hotel, Galway Bay, Mullingar, Luke Cunningham, Liam Grehan


See the USA in Something Else: Death Comes for the Chevrolet Impala

Mark this date on your calendar or, should you be so inclined, in your diary. Today — February 27th, 2020 — marks the end of the Chevrolet Impala. Some 62 years after its launch, the last Impala sedan will roll off the line Thursday at General Motors’ Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, The Detroit News reports. A […] The post See the USA in Something Else: Death Comes for the Chevrolet Impala appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Usa, General Motors, History, Production, Heritage, Gm, Autos, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Impala, Impala, Detroit News, News Blog, Detroit-Hamtramck, General Motors Detroit Hamtramck assembly


QOTD: Looking for a Legacy?

No, this question has nothing to do with a certain Subaru; rather, it’s a call to gaze into the past while still keeping an eye on the present. Retro styling cues, little design nods to a model’s heritage, are common in the auto industry, but the practice normally takes a one-size-fits-all approach. In other words, […] The post QOTD: Looking for a Legacy? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Design, Heritage, Autos, Retro, Subaru, Qotd, News Blog, Question of the Day


Over 200 Native Americans Ask Elizabeth Warren to ‘Make Clear Public Statement’ Disavowing Past Claims of Heritage

More than 200 Cherokees and other Native Americans sent a letter to Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) urging her to issue a public apology after “vague and inadequate” past steps to apologize for her claims of Cherokee ancestry.“Your history of false claims to American Indian identity and the defense of these claims with a highly publicized DNA test continue to dog your political career,” the letter reads. “For Native Americans, this moment is more than an annoyance; it represents the most pu...
Tags: News, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, Heritage, Warren, Native American, Los Angeles Times, Sioux City Iowa, Elizabeth Warren D Mass, Trump Warren


TAMKO Is Celebrating 75 Years Of Success

TAMKO Building Products is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. The company was founded in Joplin, MO in 1944 by E.L. Craig and his wife Mary Ethel Craig. She is the one who came up with the name of the company. TAMKO Shingles is named after the first initials of Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma. These are the states where the company’s products were first sold.  Throughout the years, TAMKO has remained a family-owned and operated business. It has grown from its initi...
Tags: Heritage, Oklahoma, Craig, Joplin, American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House, Tamko, American Business, Bloomberg Each, TAMKO Shingles, Mary Ethel Craig She, Texas Arkansas Missouri Kansas, TAMKO Heritage Premium, Heritage Woodgate Metal


The adoration of Ghent: art, history and flavours in Flanders

Medieval and magical, vibrant and edgy – the Belgian city is a sensory overloadPlundered, dismantled and stolen, it’s a miracle that the Ghent Altarpiece – also known as the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb – by brothers Hubert and Jan Van Eyck, has survived. Now a forensic, seven-year restoration of the 15th-century polyptych has revealed the brilliance of its original palette and details – tendrils of angelic hair, the gleam of a copper fountain – darkened over time. To celebrate, curators at Ghen...
Tags: Travel, Art, Life and style, Art and design, Heritage, Flanders, City Breaks, Cultural Trips, Short breaks, Ghent, Europe Holidays, Hubert, Jan van Eyck, Belgium holidays, Mystic Lamb, Ghent holidays


Five holiday regions of France you may not know

At more than twice the size of the UK, France has lots to offer beyond the Riviera and Loire valley, such as these lesser-known spots offering wild coasts, rugged hills and chateaux galore Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, France, Heritage, Food And Drink, Family Holidays, Cultural Trips, Short breaks, Riviera, French food and drink, Beach Holidays, Walking Holidays, Europe Holidays, France Holidays, Loire, UK France


A reborn Persian Empire captured Rome’s lands—and its emperor

Inspired by their powerful ancestors, the Sassanian dynasty restored Persia to imperial glory, ruling lands that stretched from Turkey to Pakistan. By Miguel Ángel Andrés-Toledo | National Geographic Alexander the Great conquered Persia in 331 B.C. and ended the Achaemenid Empire founded by Cyrus the Great. For the next five centuries, the Iranian plateau became ruled by other empires, until a new Persian dynasty took power. Fiercely proud of their roots, these new kings—the Sassanians—restor...
Tags: Silk Road, Asia, Europe, Life, China, India, Church, Jerusalem, Turkey, Iran, Syria, History, Rome, Egypt, Heritage, Pakistan


Rome unveils shrine dedicated to city's mythical founder

Newly found monument honouring Romulus includes 2,600-year-old sarcophagusA newly discovered ancient shrine believed to have been dedicated to the cult of Romulus, the legendary founder and first king of Rome, has been unveiled.The monument was discovered by archaeologists in a chamber beneath the Roman Forum, the political heart of the Roman empire, and includes a 2,600-year-old sarcophagus and a circular stone structure that is believed to have been an altar. Continue reading...
Tags: Art, Europe, Science, World news, Rome, Culture, Architecture, Art and design, Heritage, Sculpture, Italy, Archaeology, Romulus


Stone circles, silence and sanctuary: finding yourself on an Avebury pilgrimage

The way to prehistoric Avebury and Silbury Hill is full of good intentions – as that is what separates a pilgrimage from a stroll‘Both festivals mark the beginning of spring,” Dr Guy Hayward, co-founder of the British Pilgrimage Trust, booms across East Kennett’s village church, a couple of miles from Avebury. It’s a welcome thought and apt, given that despite the bitter wind and squally sky, snowdrops and daffodils are peeking out of the sodden ground outside.Two days shy of the festivals of Im...
Tags: Travel, Heritage, Short breaks, Walking Holidays, England Holidays, United Kingdom Holidays, Avebury, Candlemas, Silbury Hill, Wiltshire holidays, Guy Hayward, East Kennett, Celtic Imbolc


Historic Uzbekistan theatre under threat from developers

The independent Ilkhom theatre in Tashkent opened under Soviet rule in 1976A cherished independent theatre in Uzbekistan is fighting eviction after real-estate developers in the booming capital selected its historic location for a new business centre.The Ilkhom theatre of Mark Weil, which has provided a rare venue for experimental theatre and culture in Tashkent since the Soviet era, says it could be forced out of its home for up to two years because of renovations required by a new building own...
Tags: Theatre, Communities, Society, World news, Culture, South and Central Asia, Heritage, Stage, Uzbekistan, Regeneration, Tashkent, Mark Weil


Scott Kraege Joins Techstars as Managing Director of The Heritage Group

Today, I’m excited to announce that I am joining Techstars as Managing Director of The Heritage Group Accelerator, powered by Techstars in Indianapolis. Born and raised in Indy, my 20 year entrepreneurial journey is rooted in dedicating time and energy to scaling successful companies and fueling local growth in this emerging heartland tech-hub. I’m thrilled for this next step to support and mentor early-stage entrepreneurs in my home, Indianapolis, alongside an organization that has made re...
Tags: Startups, Indiana, Indianapolis, Heritage, Announcements, Kansas City, TechStars, Accelerators, Midwest, Lesa, THG, Heritage Group, Lesa Mitchell, The Heritage Group, Scott Kraege Joins Techstars, Heritage Group Accelerator


Caught On Camera: Man Littering Feces On Stockton Church Steps

STOCKTON (CBS13) – Security footage at a Stockton church shows a mysterious man walking up to a church’s doorstep and littering it with feces. An employee of the Universal Church in Stockton gave CBS13 two clips of security footage from January 26th and January 27th, showing what a man walking up to the church and littering the front stoop with feces — twice. “It’s uncalled for,” Robert Rodriguez, who attends The Flock of God Heritage church nearby, said. “You’re in God’s property. You’re messin...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Heritage, Stockton, Robert Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Universal Church, Delphin, Stockton News, Stockton Church Steps, Tamareo Smith, Universal Church of Stockton, Henry Philips, Steven Delphin


Caught On Camera: Man Seen Littering Feces On Stockton Church Steps

STOCKTON (CBS13) – Security footage at a Stockton church shows a mysterious man walking up to a church’s doorstep and littering it with feces. An employee of the Universal Church in Stockton gave CBS13 two clips of security footage from January 26th and January 27th, showing what a man walking up to the church and littering the front stoop with feces — twice. “It’s uncalled for,” Robert Rodriguez, who attends The Flock of God Heritage church nearby, said. “You’re in God’s property. You’re messin...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Heritage, Stockton, Robert Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Universal Church, Delphin, Stockton News, Stockton Church Steps, Tamareo Smith, Universal Church of Stockton, Henry Philips, Steven Delphin


Prototype Nintendo PlayStation up for auction. Bidding's already sky high.

In the 1990s, Nintendo and Sony collaborated on a new game console. Nintendo quit the deal suddenly, one of the greatest business mistakes in video game history. Sony developed and released its own version of the PlayStation console, to spectacular success. But there was a prototype "Nintendo PlayStation", and the working device is up for auction. It's going to go for a lot of money; bidding is already in the five figures. Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM Prototype - Sony and Nintendo c...
Tags: Post, Games, News, Heritage, Sony, Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Benjamin Heckendorn


Muncherji Murzban and the Restoration of Lal Chimney: Parsi Social Housing

TO practice conservation in Mumbai, one must be lucky to have the right client who understands and sympathizes with the word ‘conservation’. I was fortunate to have one such client, the Garib Zarthostiona Rehethan Fund, a benevolent trust looking after the low/middle income group, residential housing needs of the Parsi community. Article by Ar. Vikas Dilawari Unusually, this trust believed in repairing and maintaining a heritage property rather than in demolition and redevelopment, and in...
Tags: Life, India, Time, Heritage, Mumbai, Ruskin, RCC, South Mumbai, Bombay High Court, Mangalore, FSI, Nair Hospital, Wadia, Dadar Parsi Colony, TDR, Cusrow Baug


Heritage on the Edge urges action on the climate crisis

Editor’s note: Guest author Dr. Toshiyuki Kono is President of the International Council on Monuments and Sites. Distinguished Professor Kono also teaches private international law and heritage law at Japan's Kyushu University.Preserving and protecting the past is essential for our future. This belief is at the core of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), a global non-government organization dedicated to the conservation of architectural and archaeological heritage.Our 10,0...
Tags: Google, Japan, Scotland, Unesco, Heritage, Peru, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Edinburgh, Indian Ocean, Arts And Culture, World Heritage Sites, Easter Island, Rapa Nui, Edinburgh Castle, Kono


Google's 3D scans recreate historical sites threatened by climate change

Google is no stranger to reproducing historical sites online, but it's now pushing technical boundaries to recreate those sites at risk of vanishing due to the ravages of climate change. It's launching a "Heritage on the Edge" collection in Arts & Culture that will include over 50 exhibitions illustrating the effect of an evolving climate on historical landmarks, including five locations recreated in detailed 3D (with 25 models total) using a mix of scans, photogrammetry and drone footag...
Tags: Google, Science, Heritage, Peru, Edinburgh, Easter Island, Rapa Nui, Bagerhat, Kilwa Kisiwani, Tanzania Bangladesh


U.K. Scribe Michael Robert Johnson Signs with Dramacorp for ‘Heritage’ Series (EXCLUSIVE)

GÖTEBORG, Sweden  —  Swedish prodco Dramacorp has signed with U.K. scribe Michael Robert Johnson (“Sherlock Holmes,” “Mute,” “The Frankenstein Chronicles”) for the English-language supernatural thriller “Heritage” (a working title). Co-writers are Göteborg-based Morgan Jensen (“Thicker than Water”, “Hassel”) and Theo Gabay. The show, in early development, deals with modern elitism and hereditary. In it, a […]
Tags: News, Global, Heritage, Markets & Festivals, Festivals, Sherlock Holmes, Goteborg, U K, Goteborg Film Festival, Dramacorp, Morgan Jensen, Michael Robert Johnson, Theo Gabay


Digital Zoroastrian at the British Library

The British Library is fortunate in having an unparalled collection of over 100 Zoroastrian works ranging from the oldest, the ninth century Ashem Vohu prayer written in Sogdian script discovered by Aurel Stein in Central Asia in 1907, to, most recently, manuscripts collected especially for the Royal Society in London during the late-nineteenth century. Although Zoroastrianism is Iranian in origin, most of our manuscripts in fact come from India. They are written in Avestan (Old Iranian), Middle...
Tags: London, Life, India, Iran, West, Heritage, University of Oxford, Royal Society, New Delhi, British Library, Bombay, Hyde, Central Asia, Levant, Perron, Queen Anne