Prizes and trophies are given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Also, a trophy is given for the team with the most Rally spirit—the Fun-Fun-Fun Award. And the Pink Panther trophy goes to the team with the best costume and theme.
It's too late to join now, but if you are around Des Moines, you can check on the site for their route, and put up prank direction signs, or some other funny stuff.
Next year join them, and get a tour of the Albaugh collection before the race.
In 2009, the El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association (BIA) started a pilot recycling program with 10 bins. Following that, the Association saw this as an opportunity to bring more art to the Boulevard and worked with graphic design students at SDSU to develop the concept. The designs created by the students were to enhance the look of these standardized bins, and at the same time, help identify the recycling bins from the trash bins located next to them.
The bins are reclaimed standard city trash bins with a custom fabricated top on the recycling bins. In the coming months, the Association is expanding the number of recycling bins to 20.
The students developed several great options. The El Cajon Boulevard BIA Board was so impressed by the designs that they decided to select three of the student's designs rather than the single design that was initially planned.
Congratulations to Kristin Hardy, Sonya Calderon, Cat Hunt for providing your creative design work which greatly enhances the Boulevard's garbage and recycling bins.
Concours De Elegance coverage
Feature car coverage
Bad news though? No color photos, just color ads, it's half classifieds, and the annual cost (but keep in mind this is for 5 times as many issues as monthly magazines) is double to triple what I pay for most of the dozen subscriptions ($32 for 52 issues vs $15 for 12 issues)... that aren't half classifieds, are all color, and have many more feature car stories.... black and white entertainment became archaic over half a century ago. Might as well daily commute on a horse as read a black and white magazine.
Good news? What they have is really damn good, and they have a hell of a lot of good stuff on the internet too. Several blogs from their subscribers? or staff... news, events, and readers cars plus lots more http://www.oldcarsweekly.com/magazines
I was just reading a price and flow comparison of the major head manufacturers, and Edelbrock pretty much has the best deal going, and if (like me) you factor in the other important matters, like customer service, hot rod community support, "Made in America" keeping our neighbors in SoCal employed, and their annual "Revved up for Kids" charity car show for the kids at the Center for Learning Unlimited ... well, see if you get that package from their competitors like Indy Cyl heads, factory hi perf, Holley, AFR, Trick Flow, Brodix, Dart, etc etc. Plus, I dig the family history and involvement in hot rodding from the 1940's from Vic to Vic Jr. .. and that 1969 1/2 Four Fourty six pack super bee test mule! http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2011/05/vics-garage-collection-of-edelbrock.html
Some parking lots have pregnant mother parking... it's not enforced by police, but it's marked with pink signs. I'm fully opposed to this nonsense. Preganancy isn't a disability, it's not even debilitating.
Most parking lots have reserved parking spots close to a business's front door for anyone with a DMV recognized disability, normally related to walking problems.
But I just heard the concept of getting the state or nation to set aside parking for military wounded in combat... I think that is a damn good idea. About time too.