2014 Ford Mustang Roush Is Called The Hulk

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It’s green and powerful, so why not?

Naming your car is a natural thing to do. Back in the days before cars people named their horses (we hear that’s still a thing in equestrian circles) so it’s fitting to do the same thing with your faster pony car like this 2014 Ford Mustang Roush. Since this machine is green and has been tuned by Roush for more power, it’s only fitting that it’s nicknamed the Hulk. There’s even a portrait of the big green guy on the underside of the hood and the name is embroidered on the seatbacks. Even better, you could harness the brutal power of the Hulk since the car is available through Carlisle Auctions as part of its Fall Auction.

Speaking of power, this Roush Mustang is pushing a stage three supercharged setup with 685-horsepower on tap. That’s way

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Mask Accessories Are Trending — & Here Are 19 Must-Try Styles

Ever since the pandemic took hold, a number of interesting fashion trends have come to light. There was the QuarantinePillowChallenge, which involved influencers swapping out mini dresses for pillows and accessorizing with Gucci and Chanel belts and bags. Next up: JacquemusAtHome, a strangely satisfying viral trend, coined by designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, that involved making bras out of croissants and heels out of tropical fruit and toilet rolls. Then there was the nightgown dress trend, as if we needed yet another excuse not to get dressed in the morning. But the latest fashion item to garner attention during the pandemic is not entirely surprising: mask accessories.  If you’ve spent time on Instagram lately, you’ve probably noticed an uptick in face masks that aren’t just protective and fashionable, but also feature additional accessories, from éliou’s glass-beaded chains reminiscent of

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What ‘Level Four’ shutdown status means for your holiday

Cornwall - GETTY
Cornwall – GETTY

The Joint Biosecurity Committee has recommended that the Covid-19 alert level be moved back up to Level Four, the second-highest option and the first time it has changed since June 19. This means the transmission of the virus is “high or rising exponentially” and social distancing must be in place – but what does this mean for your holiday?

Boris Johnson is expected to announce new national restrictions in a televised address tonight at 8pm, including a 10pm curfew for hospitality venues including restaurants and bars and a return to working from home where possible. 

For now, he will stop short of the two-week “circuit break” and it seems the “rule of six” will remain in place, meaning you can still go on holiday with another household as long as your group size is no larger than six in England. In Wales, children under the age of

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What is Fat Bear Week? You can vote to crown the heftiest in Alaska national park

The bears at an Alaska national park are fattening up, and their fans will honor them for it.

Every fall, Katmai National Park and Preserve hosts its annual Fat Bear Week, an online tournament to honor the fattest of the fat bears.

More than 2,200 brown bears call the national park home, and it is “one of the premier brown bear viewing areas in the world,” the National Park Service said.

“As many bear populations around the world decline, Katmai provides some of the few remaining unaltered habitats for these amazing creatures,” the National Park Service said on its website. “At Katmai, scientists are able to study bears in their natural habitat, visitors are able to enjoy unparalleled viewing opportunities, and the bears are able to continue their life cycle largely undisturbed.”

With that many bears around, it’s easy to see how much bears change from spring to the end

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Montclair Residents, Groups Earn Awards For Safeguarding History

MONTCLAIR, NJ — It’s no secret that Montclair is a town steeped in local history. But sometimes it takes a helping hand – or several – to make sure that the past is kept safe for the future.

Recently, the Montclair Township Historic Preservation Commission announced the 2020 recipients of its Historic Preservation Awards program. Awardees will be recognized at the commission’s remote meeting on Thursday, Sept. 24.

The following residents and groups earned awards this year, the commission reported.

Bricks & Mortar Preservation Award

  • Residential: 50 Label Street – Eshelman House: Ms. Eshelman notes that she has restored “every square inch of my house, from chimney liners and a new roof to asbestos abatement for basement flooring and everything in between.” Built as workman’s housing prior to 1908 (Montclair map) it is situated across the street from Erie Park, a stone yard at the turn-of-the-century. Restoration of the exterior

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Cartier Comes to San Diego

Cartier has put down roots in “America’s finest city” — the iconic French house has opened a 4,348-square-foot boutique in San Diego’s Fashion Valley mall.

“Set against the backdrop of this year’s many challenges, the successful opening of our San Diego boutique can only be attributed to the dedication and hard work of our teams,” explained Mercedes Abramo, president and chief executive officer of Cartier North America, who said the new location had been in the pipeline before COVID-19 took hold of the globe. “Their agility, flexibility and resilience in the face of ever-changing circumstances make this boutique feel all the more special.”

Designed by the architecture firm Bidard & Raissi, the San Diego boutique — which brings the Compagnie Financière Richemont-owned jeweler’s retail footprint to eight locations in the Golden State — is the most recent boutique to incorporate a new, expansive design concept, debuted first in California in

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Keeping the Dealers at a Distance

Photo credit: Honda
Photo credit: Honda

From Car and Driver

The novel coronavirus has compelled novel approaches to almost everything we do, including buying and leasing cars. As dealers minimize in-person contact, buyers are benefiting. When Billy Huys needed to replace his leased Toyota Highlander earlier this year, he found a dealer in Gladstone, Oregon, not far from his home in Portland, that combined the best of the brick-and-mortar and online experiences.

Huys had searched intermittently since last fall for another Highlander or something similar, eventually extending his lease for six months when he couldn’t find a payment he was happy with. As states began imposing lockdowns, many car shoppers wondered if prices would decline as the economy stuttered. But according to Huys, “[Even] with the quarantine, I was not seeing pricing any better than back in November. In fact, some numbers had even crept a little higher.”

In May, with his lease

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The pandemic has taken away the delight of companionship while having a meal

Covid-19 has heralded an era of eating on the couch.

The world has changed and so has the thinking about culinary gatherings. We baulk at the idea of conviviality. Life is all about masks and social distancing, contactless encounters and online ordering.

At a time of public health and financial challenges, the mere mention of hedonic pleasures raises eyebrows. How dare one be so shallow when so many around us are struggling with adversity?

And yet the desire to bond over a meal with friends and loved ones is a universal need that transcends geography or material fortune. Food is not merely about taste or obsessing about micronutrient intake. Food is culture, love, and joy. It is intrinsically related to social interactions and community.

At a trying time like this, one cannot help feeling a gnawing sense of dissatisfaction—the sense that nothing has full flavour. The heart wants more.


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16 of the best puffer coats to shop this winter

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With the winter months just around the corner, everyone knows that the season’s hottest accessory is always a stylish and functional winter coat.

After all, when the snow starts to fall and the chilly winds pick up, our cool leather jackets just don’t stand a chance. Luckily, there’s a multitude of puffer coat options from the likes of Eddie Bauer, Triple Fat Goose and Uniqlo. With so many options available, we’ve cut through the clutter and rounded up 16 of the best puffer coats online that you can snag right now. Not only that, but we’ve highlighted what makes each style so great so you can pick a

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30 personalized gift ideas for every type of person

Best personalized gifts 2020
Best personalized gifts 2020

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Spending so much time cooped up these days has really illuminated how much stuff we’re surrounded by at home. So this year, instead of gifting an item that may end up in the back of a closet, consider something personalized and truly unique—a gift too special to ignore. Your loved ones will appreciate the thought and care you took to customize a gift just for them. 

Custom photo gifts are always a great idea, but if you’re looking for something a little more out of the box, consider one of these top-rated finds. Whether it’s as small as a keychain, or as elaborate as sound waves etched into a guitar pick, these gifts are meant to be cherished for years to come. (Be sure to check shipping

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