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LOOKING FOR WEB DEVELOPER (COMMERCE,CA)

September30
Start-up online business is looking for a part-time position that can lead to full time. It is a very chill environment, you will be working directly with the owner. Duties Include: 1. Develop new websites. 2. Maintain current website and be famil [...]
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Banff National Park Winter Sightseeing Lift Pass

September30
Join your friends on the slopes this season, no skis required! The new Sightseeing Lift Pass from Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine allows you to experience the same jaw dropping and uniquely Canadian mountaintop views as the skiers and snowboarders in your group.

Only $39.95, your pass includes round-trip tickets on the chairlift to Mt. Norquay's historic teahouse, or a round-trip on the Grizzly Express Gondola at The Lake Louise Ski Area to the spectacular lookout, or a round-trip on the high-speed gondola at Sunshine Village to the Daylodge and Angel Express Chair. Your pass also includes complimentary return transport from downtown Banff and Lake Louise hotels, as well as a $12 food and beverage voucher, valid at participating resort restaurants. Prices: Adult (18 and older) - $39.95, Child (12 and under) - $29.95, Senior (65+) - $35.95, Youth (13-17)- $35.95.

Dan Markham, Director of Marketing and Sales at Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine says, "People travel together for a reason. We wanted to offer an activity that includes everyone. The Sightseeing Lift Pass allows non-skiers to join their family and friends at the top of the mountain and experience the amazing, panoramic views together”.

Banff National Park and its three world-class resorts look forward to a season of fresh powder, great skiing and smooth riding in Canada's Protected Playground, where open runs and iconic views come naturally to us. For more information visit www.SkiBig3.com
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Fast paced action for Snowboard and Ski Cross

September30
Top snow sports athletes were treated to bluebird skies and not a breath of wind allowing fast and thrilling racing for the Snowboard and Ski Cross FIS ANC Continental Cups at Cardrona Alpine Resort this week.

Two rounds of the competition were staged this week. In today's snowboard cross competition Hagen Kearney (USA) was the first across the line in the finals followed by fellow country man Trevor Jacob and Andrew Fisher (AUS) in third. Russian athlete Olyunin Nicolay topped the podium yesterday with Australians Bolton Cameron second and Andrew Fisher clinching third again.

Achieving the double Belle Brockhoff (AUS) crossed the line first in both days' competition. Jekova Alexandra (BUL) took second place and Hernandez Jacqueline USA third in yesterday's competition. Second and third was secured by different female athletes in today's competition Anastasia Asanova (RUS) and Karen Koybashi (USA).

Members of the New Zealand snowboard team performed well, Cody Logan doubled his FIS points with strong performances, Duncan Campbell (15 years) placed 26th yesterday in his first ever FIS competition, as well as two New Zealand adaptive athletes Carl Murphy and Byron Raubenheimer competing.

In the skier cross competition New Zealand's Jamie Preble and Angus Rose took first and second respectively, Craig Robinson (GBR) rounded out the podium. There were no female entrants in the skier cross field.

Director of Coach & Sport Development, Adam Dooney was pleased with the quality field for the Continental Cup, "The two days of competition have been incredibly successful, the athletes and course were in top condition. The athletes are already looking forward to returning next year for Winter Games 2013 and to train in the region,” he said.

Today's competition concludes the Snowboard Cross ANC with Australia's Andrew Fischer and Belle Brockhoff topping the table and winning the Cup. Both events in the series were staged this week due to adverse weather cancelling the Australian events.

Nine nations were represented in the men's snowboard field with 30 riders competing.

A joint initiative between Winter Games NZ and Cardrona Alpine Resort, the course was purpose built and shaped by Anders Forsell (SWE) for a snowboard and skier cross training camp held during the past two weeks and as the course for next year's Snowboard Cross World Cup which will feature on the Winter Games NZ schedule.
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2013 Honda CR-Z

September30

Honda has updated the sporty CR-Z hybrid with a range of improvements focusing on style and performance. Subtle revisions to the exterior and interior enhance the styling of the car whilst...

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1964 Buick Riviera

September30

The production Riviera shared its bodyshell with no other model, which was unusual for a GM product. It rode a cruciform frame similar to the standard Buick frame, but shorter and narrower, with...

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1960 Chevrolet Corvair

September30

1960 Chevrolet Corvair (First generation: 1960–1964)

The 1960 Corvair 500 and 700 series four-door sedans were conceived as economy cars offering few amenities in order to keep the price...

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1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350

September30

In 1970 Oldsmobile introduced a sporty 350CI model, the Rallye 350. It was the most colorful Olds offered, as all were painted in brilliant Sebring Yellow, including the wheels. Only 3,267 were...

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2012 ABT Audi AS6

September30

Clean lines, workmanship and technology for the rigorous demands of luxury – this is what the standard Audi A6 delivers. No matter whether you choose a Saloon, an Avant or...

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2012 ABT Audi A1 Quattro

September30

With a curb weight of  1,390 kg, and a two  liter turbo engine producing 256 hp – the Audi A1
Quattro is definitely a top dog. For ABT Sportsline it is an ideal base for an...

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Glitch keeps iCloud storage at 25GB until 2050

September30
Instead of a downgrade to 5GB of storage, Apple has pushed users' renewal dates 38 years in the future. [Read more]

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