We will be working with Metra on getting those bridges replaced, too, ... But the bridges in the worst shape are on the southern end, which we own.
It's always a blast. As much as we think we give people a good Christmas, the people give us a better Christmas.
You can buy everything from hats and gloves made out of camel wool, sheep felted mats, new products such as tea cozies to felt juggling balls... so it brings a lot of money into the local communities and gives people money to send their kids to school
We'll be starting the program in Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, and India -- so we're going to have a lot of types of handicrafts for these people to sell the following year.
The state's position is that the bankruptcy filings in both cases were frivolous and for the sole purpose of delaying the eviction.
This is a significant opportunity for the community to kick off a tourist season that could make a difference for a good number of years in the future.
It's an original. I think I got it at Forbes Field, but I can't remember exactly when. I had to dig it out of retirement for today.
The program is called 'Miracles on the Mountainside,' and truly you do see miracles. A person's mindset can change so much from the first day of the clinic to the last.
But now that person's skiing down a hill because of things you did for them. You get to see them smile. It's really a wonderful thing.
It's become more valuable to every film that we do.
[...]to be real--to become fluent, natural, to cut out the detour that sweeps us around what's fundamental to events, preventing us from touching their core: the detour that makes us all second-hand and second-rate.