The only obvious remains are parts of the podium and the columns, which are visible from around town. There’s also a remnant of a stone carved hand, because the guide told us that the rest of the statue had been stolen a few years back! You can walk around the Citadel for sweeping views of the downtown area. The drive was around 4 hours long and we stopped off for lunch along the way at a service stop.
Plus, it really helped me to make changes in my life. At one point I realized that I was struggling so hard because I felt like I wasn’t doing justice to the life I was given (as opposed to the people who died while living full, good lives). So I focused on what mattered to me, and I changed the things that deep down inside I really hated about my life.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection knows the phosphate industry is creating severe environmental impacts. Ken Huntington with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) says, grassy wetlands can be restored, he argues, phosphate companies (historically) have done a poor job of restoring forested wetlands. Strip mining also changes the topography, interfering with natural water flows.
Just one of the many beautiful women in the Colored Girls Museum (Picture: TCGM)Walking from room to room my brain had trouble processing everything my eyes were seeing. There werefaceless dolls, voodoo dolls, African artworks, and an incredible image of African American teenage girls made to look like Disney princesses. All three pairs of eyes seemed to follow me around the room..
HomeWhat’s OnFilm TVDaniel CraigCelebs have lined up to donate clothes to the The Alder Hey Clothes Throw including Joan Collins, Daniel GCraig, Alex Curran and Jennifer AnistonWE might all long for a celebrity lifestyle but few of us actually achieve it.00:00, 19 OCT 2011Updated21:14, 23 JUL 2013Celebs have lined up to donate clothes to the The Alder Hey Clothes Throw including Joan Collins, Daniel GCraig, Alex Curran and Jennifer Aniston Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWE might all long for a celebrity lifestyle but few of us actually achieve it. But while yachts, expensive holidays and dinner dates at The Ivy might be out of the question here in Liverpool this month we get the chance to look, if not live, like a celeb.Alder Hey’s Clothes Throw returns for the third year with an off the peg selection of fashion donated for auction by some of the biggest names in the world.Kate Moss’s dress, Daniel Craig’s suit, Beyonce’s bag and even Joan Collins’s Christmas jumper are among just a few of the items up for grabs.”Celebs have been very generous this year,” says Rachel Donohoe from the Alder Hey Imagine Appeal office.”We’ve got some really big names supporting us I can’t tell you how excited we were when we heard Daniel Craig was on board!”We raised around from the whole event last year and we’re hoping to top that in 2011.”The Clothes Throw takes place between October 26 and 29 beginning with an event at Palm Sugar where names such as Kirsty Doyle, Benna Harry, Bullet and Andrew Collinge will combine forces to stage a series of catwalk shows.The following day will see two events at the same venue, an afternoon tea party and then a final auction at which many of the donated clothes will be sold.Fashion graduates from John Moores will also show their creations on the 28.Look out too on Saturday for a special pop up shop in the former Habitat store in Mannesty’s Lane where clothes donated by local stores, designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Chanel and Temperley and members of the public will be for sale.”The whole thing has taken about six months to organise but we’re sure it’s going to be a fabulous event,” says Rachel. “This is gorgeous and Daniel’s been kind enough to sign the lining inside.