The open house also features performances by a jazz trio; a 15 year old Peabody Preparatory pianist, Eric Zuber; and a “glass harpist,” who will play popular and classical music using a set of 60 water filled snifter glasses. Admission is free. Call 410 783 8000..
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Land holdings in EnglandDomesday assessed Robert’s estates here as being worth 2,000. This put him second only to Roger de Montgomerie among the lay nobility of post conquest England. Although he had lands in over twenty shires they were concentrated in five regions.
“If you bring double the number of people, you have to contribute to upgrading your transportation system,” said Layla Law Gisiko, acting chair of the Land Use, Housing Zoning Committee of Manhattan’s Community Board 5. “You cannot expect the MTA to transport an additional 4,000 workers just because you wanted a fancier building.”Law Gisiko, Brewer and Powers also took issue with the bank’s recent attempt to limit public space around its new tower. The rezoning requires sites as large as JPMorgan’s to provide at least 10,000 square feet of public space, but the company argued last year that it could only find room for 7,000 square feet.
3. Bulit in 110mAh Polymer Li ion battery, Charging time about 1 1.5 hours, standby time about 5 7 days. 4. Benderson bought the old Southbay plaza, which it’s since renamed the Shops at Casey Key, in 2012 and renovated the north end of the property not long after completing that deal. Today, a new Ace Hardware is preparing to open its doors on the north strip where Norma Jean’s Sports Bar and Grill, Dollar Tree, Richard’s Foodporium and several other tenants already are. Benderson officials told me in October that a new grocery store would open on the south end sometime this year..
The shop run by Gloria and Alan Ruddle on the corner of Nottingham Road and St Marks Road, Derby, in 1969Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThis great photo of a Derby corner shop promoting Green Shield Stamps in the 1960s was sent in by reader Chris Mitchell.Chris, who lives in Ashbourne, was prompted to get in touch after he saw Colin Paulin’s recent pictures taken in 1976 of businesses on Derby’s Nottingham Road.His photo, top, shows the shop run by his parents which was located on the corner of Nottingham Road and St Marks Road.He said: “This photograph was taken around 1969 when my mum, Gloria, and my stepfather, Alan Ruddle, used to run the Local Mini Market.”It was a busy corner shop then, and benefitted from passing traffic on Nottingham Road which was still the main route between Derby and Nottingham. Tea bags were priced at 2/6 (2 shillings and sixpence) in ‘old money’.Read more bygones stories hereClarke grocery shop and Derwent Press on Nottingham Road, Derby, in 1976″The era of Green Shield Stamps was in full swing, too. People used to collect them, stick their green stamps in a savings book then eventually go to a Green Shield showroom to exchange a full book for goods.”I also remember regular visits by Billy Smart’s Circus, when the big top was erected nearby on the Meadows (where Brian Clough Way is now) and we were given free tickets for displaying circus marketing material in the shop window.Read MoreDerby nostalgia stories and photographsThe Slix swimwear factory building can be seen on the left of this view of Nottingham Road, Derby, in 1976″Maybe those days of glass drinks bottles and milk bottles were very sensible, but plastic bottles seemed to take over when the supermarkets gradually took control of consumers’ shopping habits and, in the process, forced corner shops like ours out of existence.Stunning photo gives amazing bird eye view over Midland station and Loco Works”My parents left the business in about 1974.”The premises later became an insurance brokers and the building is still there, but without the back yard full of bottles!”.