Saturday, August 19, 2017

Amy Winehouse in Concert

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AMY
 
 
 
 
 
AMY WINEHOUSE iN CONCERT
 
GLASTONBURY 2007
 
Full Concert
 
 
 
 
 
 
AMY WINEHOUSE
 
R.I.P.
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Thursday, July 20, 2017

OJ Simpson Parole Hearing

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OJ SIMPSON at His PAROLE HEARING in NEVADA

   

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OJ SIMPSON in Better Days

as a star NFL RUNNING BACK for the BUFFALO BILLS

   

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OJ Simpson as Pitchman for HERTZ Rent a Car

   

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The INFAMOUS OJ SIMPSON FORD BRONCO

California Highway Chase Incident

 

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OJ SIMPSON and part of his DREAM TEAM

with the late JOHNNY COCHRAN and ROBERT SCHAPIRO

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OJ Gets Choked Up

at his PAROLE HEARING at LOVELOCK CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

       

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Keith RIchards PISSED at Reporters STUPID QUESTION







KEEF


"CHECK OUT THE STONES SHIRT" !!!








KEEF Gets PISSED OFF


WATCH The VIDEO








KEITH RICHARDS


Cover Picture of His Book LIFE








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MICK JAGGER & KEITH RICHARDS INTERVIEW


MICK & KEITH Talk About their times Living Together

in EDITH GROVE LONDON

The EARLY DAYS




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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

My Morning COFFEE and Newspaper

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My Sunday morn Coffee?  I love it so! There's nothing quite like it, and it's one of my best moments of the week, most times "the Best." Yes it is. And not for just me but millions I'm quite sure. If you work 6 days a week as I, or you work five, that Sunday morn coffee just can't be beat. Most might have it down at the kitchen table. The coffee pot brews, you retrieve the Sunday Paper and settle in. Settle in with that good ol friend, your morning cup of Joe. You chit chat with the husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, whoever, and you sip that good beloved Brew, your morning cup of Joe (coffee). Is it Brazilian, African, Colombian  Jamaican, or Sumatran, no matter, it's your favorite and it brings you so joy for just a pittance of a cost. Most of us drink good ol regular American Coffee, regular, Black, with milk and sugar, just milk no sugar, Milk, Cream, Half & Half, there's a number of ways to enjoy, your morning cup of coffee.
   For me, my morning cup is never in my house as it is with most. No, I always go to the cafe for my beloved cup. I've been doing so for almost 30 years now. Nothing wrong with having it at home, but for me, I always have it out, at one of my local cafes. One is American (Regular Cup of Joe) the other Italian (Espresso or Cappuccino). For the past few days, I go to the American Bakery/Cafe more often. I usually have a little breakfast before I go, sans (without) coffee. The coffee is reserved for the cafe. I do this for two reasons, never having coffee at home. Number one, after I take a shower, I have my breakfast and put on my clothes, I just want to get out of the house and into the city, (New York). Two, I only have my coffee at the cafe because to me it makes it more special this way. And it's not just about the coffee, it's the whole total experience of it all. I have my coffee, yes, but I'm among others. There are always the counter girls at the cafe who are all quite lovely. A nice morning with my cup of Joe, perhaps a bit of chit-chat with the girls and they're always so sweet. Usually I have friends there, so there's a bit of conversation with them, sipping my regular coffee, "Milk No Sugar." I read, I write, I listen to the music, sip, love, and enjoy my coffee, that very simple and one of life's "Great Pleasures," the morning coffee. It cost very little, and especially if you compare it to the outrageous price of cocktails these days, that with the price of the drink $14-$17, and tip, can end up near $20.00 per. I love a good cocktail, but not at these prices. My morning cup of coffee has superior value compared to the current days cocktail prices in New York. It's sad really.
   Yes, I usually see friends, have a good chat, then it's into the papers, The Times, Post, The Daily News, whatever is lying around the cafe. Guess what, it's free. I can go on my computer and surf the net. I'll get any news or info I could possibly want. If I don't like the music playing at the cafe, which is usually good, but can occasionally be quite bad, I'll just plug in my ear-plugs, go to Youtube, and watch a Rolling Stones video. Listen too, of course. Or I'll just plug into my iPod Touch and listen to my great Musical Library. No Crap Rap of course, just good ol Classic Rock, R&B, and "Frank" Sinatra that is!
   I write, I read, I load up news from the Huffington Post on my iPod to read on the train (Subway) later, I see friends, sometime make new ones, sip my Coffee, I enjoy, that's my Sunday morning Coffee, or any day of the week for that matter. My morning Coffee, "I just Love It."


 Daniel Bellino-Zwicke




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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Cool Cars









This is a ART Rendition I had an Artist Do 

of My DAD'S CADILLAC










A Cool Old DOODGE

Taken on BLEECKER STREET


GREENWICH VILLAGE NEW YORK


photo Copyright Daniel Bellino Zwicke








My Dads CADILLAC


1958 CADIILAC ELDORADO BROUGHM







PINK & WHITE DESOTO

FIFTH AVENUE
NEW YORK








1948 Desoto

Look at That MONSTER GRILL









1954 Desoto















Gas Station

Edward Hopper













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CADILLAC ELDORADO BROGHAM 1958

















My DADS CADILLAC


1958 CADILLAC ELDORADO BROUGHAM








Interior of My DADS CADILLAC






Look at Those TORPEDOS !!!















1957

CADILLAC ELDORADO BROUGHAM











In 1957, Cadillac introduced the ultimate luxury car, rivaling Rolls-Royce and at a price equal to one, $13,750.00. General Motors made only 750 ElDorado Broughams in 1957 and 1958. They featured pillarless construction (suicide doors), air suspension, a stainless steel roof, mouton carpeting, a compound curved windshield, automatic opening and closing trunk, memory seats, alloy wheels, quad headlights with Autronic Eye (automatic dimming), six magnetic shot glasses, a ladies compact with cigarette case, make-up mirror and lipstick tube, a note pad with a Cross pencil, and a dispenser of Arpege perfume. This example was originally delivered to Beverly Hills, CA, for rock and TV star Ricky Nelson. The Eldorado Brougham is a premier representation of Cadillac's slogan, 'The Standard of the World.' This is one of only 350 manufactured in 1958.


As in 1957, the Eldorado Brougham was Cadillac's costliest model at $13,074, and had its own unique front end styling. This is widely considered as Harley Earl's 'tour de force', featuring a pillarless, brushed aluminum roof, center opening doors and quadruple headlights. Under the hood is a 365 cubic-inch V8 fed by 3 dual-barrel carburetors.


The world was shown the Eldorado Brougham concept vehicle for the first time in 1955 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. It was a pillarless low slung vehicle with suicide doors and intricate amenities. A few years later, in 1957, Cadillac offered a road-going version of this concept that was truly unique from other vehicles found on the roadway at the time. It incorporated the four-door pillar less hardtop design with pedestal-mounted seats, a brushed stainless steel roof, and air suspension. They were outfitted with nearly every available feature and amenities, such as air conditioning, a beverage bar, and vanity sets. There was an E-Z-Eye tinted windshield and automatic headlight dimmer. Weighing over 5,300 pounds, it was one of the heaviest sedans in America.

The 1957 and 1958 Broughams were very similar with only a few distinguishable features between them. Both had the quad-headlamp treatment. For 1958, wheel covers were updated along with the addition of some new exterior colors. Minor differences could be found inside, such as upper door panels that went from a metal finish to leather cladding. The compression ratio in the engine was increased to 10.25:1, and Rochester triple two-barrel carburetors replaced the Carter dual four-barrel carburetors from 1957.

Only 304 examples of the Brougham were produced in 1958 and they had a factory base price of $13,000. This example is car number 648 with body number 650. This stainless steel-topped sedan came with an extensive array of options such as factory air conditioning, memory seating, power side windows and vent windows, Guidematic control for the headlights, standard radio, power locks, and an automatic trunk pull down. There are 43,409 miles on the odometer and the interior white leather with black inserts is in new condition. 








The Gas Station


by Edward Hopper





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Saturday, July 1, 2017

GREENWICH VILLAGE ITALIAN - The Movie

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  Outside MONTE'S TRATTORIA in ITALIAN GREENWICH VILLAGE , NEW YORK








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Read About ITALIAN GREENWICH VILLAGE

in SUNDAY SAUCE


by Greenwich Village Author DANIEL BELLINO "Z"



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