I learned to drive with a Mercury Villager Minivan so big cars never scare me! My car ownership experience is limited (only my little black car for a year in LA) but I have driven all kinds. I was so lucky to experience the Lincoln MKC recently to Toronto and I have to give it 5 stars!
The Lincoln MXC has handsfree opening and closing trunk feature. Just place your foot under the bumper snd swipe from right to left
It came with all the bells and whistles without being overwhelming. It was comfortable to drive, easy to navigate and gave me a premium luxury feel. People actually rolled down their windows at stop lights to tell me how beautiful the car is. How often does that happen? If you are driving a Lincoln MKC, it will happen a lot!
One of the best features is the GPS SYNC Nav. It is easy to use. All you have to do is input the address of your destination while your car is in PARK position and it will lead you that way. It even observes traffic laws, construction, closed roads and alternate routes.
The moonroof is a cool attribute to let in the sun and give you a really open feel while driving. If you are ever in a dark place like an underground parking lot or even at night, once you hit the unlock, the keyhole is light up an also a ‘Lincoln” logo is projected on to the ground. All of these details contribute to the car’s luxury feel and over all beauty.
The Lincoln MKC is available in an array of colors but this red is just stunning!
Some quick stats:
2015 Lincoln MKC
Overall NHTSA safety rating: 4 star
MPG: Up to 20 city, 29 highway
Engine: 2.0L 4-cylinder, 2.3L 4-cylinder
I got the Adidas Supercolor with so much anticipation! It is a cool original superstar in 50 awesome colors. I woke up early and got the pumpkin color. I was so excited to get them and when they arrived a few days later, I realized it was a superfail for so many reasons.
#1 They cracked the 2nd time I wore them. The glue completely disconnected from the leather and rubber
#2 The sales told me to get size 5 (I’m a size 6) and they were still huge and flopping around
#3 I got a shoe insoles and they were still big
I’m so sad about this experience…
While there is nothing like the Beebo on the market today, it is something almost every new parent has dreamed about. I don’t know a parent who hasn’t tried the bottle under the chin maneuver because we dropped the remote or needed to answer the phone.
And that’s how Florida resident Martin Hill got the idea. The thought came to him with his first child, now six-years-old. But after re-living the same problems during the multiple daily feedings with his son, now four, the former electrical engineer set to his garage to create a solution because he couldn’t find one that already existed.
He even made his first prototype by carving through foam and searching for the perfect BlackBerry belt clip case to rotate the Beebo as needed.
The Beebo is designed for left or right hand users and the bottle holder is soft and flexible to fit the majority of bottles on the market. At first, it was Martin’s way of multi-tasking, then it turned into a way to spend quality time with his son by reading to him while he was feeding him.
C. Finley: Moves Moves
Inaugural Gallery Opening Reception: May 12th, 2015 from 6pm – 8pm
Exhibition: May 12th – June 11th, 2015
Jenn Singer Gallery
72 Irving Place, NYC, 10003
Tuesday – Friday: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 11am – 6pm
May 1, 2015 – New York, NY – Celebrating its inaugural exhibition, Jenn Singer Gallery presents Moves Moves – a solo exhibition of new paintings by New York and Rome based contemporary artist C. Finley. The opening reception will take place Tuesday, May 12, 2015, 6pm-8pm. The exhibition will continue through June 11, 2015.
The vibrant paintings in Moves Moves are alive with C. Finley’s signature details: wild colors, sensuality, and geometry that emanate positive energy and celebrate the body electric. The works were conceived as talismans for specific people in the artist’s life and were inspired by Tom Spanbauer’s novel The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon…
“Anything that has life moves…One move is a heartbeat. Moves Moves is what it is that’s beating the heart – your heart and my heart and everybody else’s.”
In creating this new body of work, C. Finley ponders, “How do you master your Moves Moves? If everything that is living moves, then ‘Moves’ is a synonym for ‘living being’. But what is it that makes a living being move?”. According to the Spanbauer novel, Moves Moves is a mysterious substance or energy – that which moves living beings. One can redirect their Moves Moves to attain higher states of consciousness. Finley’s paintings embrace the mystery and joy of what Moves Moves us.
About the Artist: C. Finley is known for her elaborate geometric paintings, skillful use of color and her activism through street art. Previous projects include the 2014 Whitney Houston Biennial: I’m Every Woman and the Wallpaper Dumpster Project, Finley’s own style of street art that has been executed on the streets of Rome, Vienna and New York and featured in the New York Times, La Repubblica, the Huffington Post, NYLON Magazine, Dazed, and Women’s Wear Daily. Finley has shown internationally with exhibitions at Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna; Robert Fontaine Gallery, Miami; Scope Miami and New York; FDA Projects, Rome; High Energy Constructs and Salon Oblique, Los Angeles; and the Dumba Collective, New York. As a member of the artist collective HowDoYouSayYamInAfrican?, she participated in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. Finley received her BFA from the Pratt Institute, New York and her MFA from California State University, Long Beach.
About the Gallery: Jenn Singer Gallery’s diverse program features emerging and mid-career contemporary artists, as well as a selection of artworks by established post-war modern artists. The gallery is located in New York City’s historic Gramercy Park neighborhood.
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