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Even as he moves into exit mode, George Bush is clearly on song. On Saturday, he proved that he is not one to hide his light under a bushel when he sang a ditty set to the tune of Green Grass of Home to a distinguished gathering. Now Bush is known for his penchant to dance to the tune of heavyweights in his administration.
That is for architectural or development snobs and it won’t make any difference to people on a day by day basis. I don’t even care about the idea that the region is seven cities instead of one. The real issue is that no one wants to make any sacrifices for the larger vision of what is best for the region and how to move this region forward.
I rang up my son in Mumbai to do something about it. I received dossiers of printed stuff from the satellite radio headquarters in Bangalore. They continued sending lots of material running into dozens of digits with instructions about what to do. Mid way through a voice, suddenly and surprisingly, appears from the dark a whisper on the black tide; “you’ll find us here,” it says. Then feedback, then silence. So ‘Feast of Wire’ is overlong, inconsistent, and occasionally self indulgent but look close enough and there are jewels therein.
In a recent interview with CNNMoney, Bricklin blamed Consumer Reports for the 360’s failure and insisted the car wasn’t bad, considering its price. It cost $1,300. Toyota’s cheapest model, the Corolla, cost hundreds more.Bricklin’s clever idea with the 360 was to import a car that wasn’t, under American rules, a car at all.
Nor were there wanting objects in the crowd itself to give new point and purpose to the shifting scene. The rags of the squalid ballad singer fluttered in the rich light that showed the goldsmith’s treasures, pale and pinched up faces hovered about the windows where was tempting food, hungry eyes wandered over the profusion guarded by one thin sheet of brittle glass an iron wall to them; half naked shivering figures stopped to gaze at Chinese shawls and golden stuffs of India. There was a christening party at the largest coffin maker’s and a funeral hatchment had stopped some great improvements in the bravest mansion.
The third oldest city in the United States behind Boston and New York, Newark has served as one of New Jersey’s busiest business centers and travel hubs for more than three centuries. Home to the newly restored historic Penn Station, Newark affords visitors the option of leaving their cars home and arriving by rail or Light Rail. In fact, New Jersey Transit, Amtrak, and PATH services make it possible to go from the rails to “The Rock” in just minutes..