A minute earlier, Newbury had their best opportunities of the match. The clearing ball from Souza was sent back toward the box, eventually possessed by Newbury, 25 yards away from goal, and a foul commited by MIT gave Davis an opportunity from straight away. Davis' free kick curled over the four person wall and despite the diving effort to his right by Hoffer, the ball entered the goal in the lower corner, giving the Nighthawks the edge.
Is anyone else completely flabergasted that it's somehow Thanksgiving week, and the holidays are right around the corner?
Where did this year go?!? Well whether we're ready or not, the holidays are upon us, and with that often comes gift giving. If you're looking for a fun and unique gift for a child in your life, I've got a cool gift to consider! So my kids enjoy anything with wheels However, we don't have any motorized toys, and I can't remember if they've ever even tried one before.
I love the compact design of the Nighthawk, and the fact that it seemed sturdy and well made. After charging the rechargable battery for 24 hours, Shaylin and Landon were ready to take it out for a spin at the park. With two pedals - an accelerator and a brake - it seemed easy enough, but there was definitely a learning curve in riding the Nighthawk.
You have to first find your balance, and then learn how to steer by leaning towards the direction you want to go. You can ride up to 6mph, which is perfect for them.
Once they got the hang of it, you couldn't pry them off of it! They could have kept going all day except for the fact that mommy desperately needed lunch.
Oh they were NOT happy to be going home Our next outing will be to take it to an empty parking lot where they will have more space to ride around in circles.
Let me tell you Check out this clip of Shaylin and Landon experiencing the Nighthawk! Now where can you find this fun ride? Luckily, you can conveniently find the Nighthawk at Walmart. Definitely kid recommended and mommy approved!Fluorescent lights had just come into use in the early s, and the all-night diner emits an eerie glow, like a beacon on the dark street corner.
Hopper eliminated any reference to an entrance, and the viewer, drawn to the light, is shut out from the scene by a seamless wedge of glass. The combination of authentic instruments, vintage ‘20s and ‘30s arrangements, guest vocalists, and world-class musicianship will make an evening spent with Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks at Iguana an unforgettable experience.
At the corner of Pershing Road and Wallace Street, in a section of Bridgeport where little grows but the loose bricks from aging factories, the rumpled soul of late-night dining hangs on. The art wraps around the building and is a partial recreation of Edward Hopper’s painting “Nighthawks,” which features anonymous people sitting at diner on New York’s Greenwich Avenue where two streets meet.
Nighthawks is the New York classic everyone's painting about, on the corner of inspired Mediterranean fare and timeless fun.