Krooked's new limited edition guest artist deck from photographer Richard Hart. Available now in select skate shops, only 333 made.
Richard Hart returns as IVCB director
The Indian Valley Community Band recently announced that Richard Hart has returned to direct the band. A Christmas concert will be performed on Dec. 11 at the Opera House in Sandwich, and concertgoers will be treated to some new and unique music.
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Ecclesiastical Records of England, Ireland, and Scotland, from the Fifth Century Till the Reformation
A study of the Maroon Wars and the many slave rebellions and revolts in Jamaica. Richard Hart seeks to avoid polemics and emphasizes that the Jamaican rebels forced the British government to reset the agenda for emancipation and the slaves gained their freedom sooner than anticipated.
41 years ago today, a twin engine Cessna 310 plane heading to Legion Stadium in Wilmington, North Carolina from Charlotte for an evening show crashes as they approach Wilmington Airport. The plane, piloted by Vietnam War veteran Joseph Michael Farkus, carried Ric Flair, David Crockett, Bob Bruggers, Tim Woods, and Johnny Valentine. To lighten the plane’s heavy load, the pilot chose to dump fuel instead of redistributing weight through the plane. The choice proved costly, as the plane ran out of gas, sank from about 4,000 feet, and crashed just 100 yards short of the runway, missing a nearby water tower. Everyone aboard initially survived the plane crash, though they were all seriously injured. David Crockett, who wasn’t supposed to be on the plane, suffered head and arm injuries and lost two teeth. Bruggers, Valentine, Woods, and Flair all suffered back injuries. Flair’s back was broken in three places. Recommended by doctors never to wrestle again, Flair underwent rigorous physical therapy and returned to the ring just eight months later. Valentine perhaps suffered the worst: in addition to his broken back, a bone fragment became embedded in his spinal column. Farkus also suffered back injuries and went into a coma. He never came out of it, succumbing to his injuries just two months later. 34 years ago today in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sgt. Slaughter defeated Ricky Steamboat in the finals of a tournament to crown the new NWA United States Champion. The tournament was commissioned when Wahoo McDaniel was forced to vacate the title due to injuries suffered by Abdullah the Butcher. Other participants in the tournament included Pat Patterson, Mike David, Nikolai Volkoff, Leroy Brown, Super Destroyer, Ivan Koloff, Ron Bass, Johnny Weaver, Jay Youngblood, Steve Muslin, Jacques Goulet, Dusty Rhodes, Ole Anderson, and Ron Ritchie. 23 years ago today at a WCW Saturday Night taping in Columbus, Georgia, Marcus Alexander Bagwell and 2 Cold Scorpio defeat The Nasty Boys to win the WCW World Tag Team Championship. On the same show, Bret Hart defeated Chris Benoit in what was billed as a tribute match to the late Owen Hart. Both Bret and Chris trained in the Hart Dungeon in Calgary. 7 years ago today, WWE presented Hell in a Cell (WWE Network link) from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The event, replacing No Mercy , was the first gimmick PPV since King of the Ring was introduced in 1993. 12,356 were in attendance, with 283,000 homes watching on PPV. The event had three Hell in a Cell matches, the only time three such matches were held in a single night in WWE history. In a preshow dark match, Matt Hardy defeated Mike Knox. The Undertaker defeated CM Punk in a Hell in a Cell match to win the World Heavyweight Championship. John Morrison defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Mickie James defeated Alicia Fox to retain the WWE Divas Championship. The Big Show & Chris Jericho defeated Batista & Rey Mysterio to retain the WWE Unified Tag Team Championship. Randy Orton defeated John Cena in a Hell in a Cell match to win the WWE Championship (21:24) Drew McIntyre defeated R-Truth. Kofi Kingston defeated The Miz & Jack Swagger in a triple threat match to retain the WWE United States Championship. D-Generation X (Triple H & Shawn Michaels) defeated The Legacy (Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase) in a tag team Hell in a Cell match. 1 year ago today, TNA presented Bound for Glory from the Cabarrus Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. Of note, this was the last live event presented by the promotion until January as they looked for a new network for the second straight year. Tigre Uno defeated Andrew Everett, DJ Z, and Manik in a Ultimate X Match to retain the TNA X-Division Championship. Tyrus last eliminated Mr. Anderson to win a Bound for Gold gauntlet battle royal for a future TNA championship match.
Richard and Suzanne's Famous Red Beans and Sausage (sausage, bacon, bay leaves, olive oil, garlic, green pepper, green onion, red pepper, red pepper flakes, salt, butter, water, yellow onions)
Grilled Cabbage by Richard (butter, cabbage, olive oil, black pepper, salt)
Richard's Chicken Breasts (butter, chicken, rosemary, flour, marsala wine, mozzarella cheese, olive oil, onions, mushrooms, poultry seasoning)
Richard and Suzanne's Famous Spaghetti Sauce (basil, bay leaf, black pepper, garlic, green pepper, green onion, olive oil, onions, salt, water, sugar)
Richard Hart (actor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Richard Comstock Hart (April 14, 1915 – January 2, 1951) was an American actor, who appeared in film and TV productions, but was most active on stage.
Richard Hart (curler) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Richard Hart; Curler: Born (1968-10-14) October 14, 1968 (age 47) Toronto, Ontario: Team; Curling club: Tam Heather C&TC, Scarborough, ON: Skip: Glenn Howard: Third
Artist: Richard Hart - artjunction.co.za
Richard Hart is a Durban-based graphic designer. After dismally failing his first year of college, he spent an entire December pondering design and his 18-year-old life.
16” x 24” kitchen towel with an Art Deco design of black lines, a glowing silver triangle and a glowing red orb on gray. "Manhattan" is spelled out in soft gray and dark red letters.<br /> This kitchen towel is named after the song Manhattan by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, published in...
20” x 14” gray cotton placemat with an Art Deco design of black lines, a glowing silver triangle and a glowing red orb. "Manhattan" is printed three times in soft gray and dark red lettering.<br /> This placemat is named after the song Manhattan by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, published in...
Richard Hart: Aloha Nui Loa!
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