Hellcat KILLER! | 1953 Belair Sleeper

SCT Dallas did not disappoint with the old school muscle this year! Not only did this 1953 Belair THROW DOWN, but it does so in sleeper status. Besides the intercooler out front, the old green color with the patina on top along with the old smoothie wheels, this car is very unsuspecting.… Read Full Article

This Picture Might be the Future for China’s Aircraft Carriers

This picture is a hint.

by David Axe Follow @daxe on Twitter | The National Interest

China apparently possesses a jet-propelled unmanned aerial vehicle that’s suitable for tests aboard a future, catapult equipped aircraft carrier. The development means Beijing in theory could rapidly deploy fast drones aboard a planned class of large carriers, once the new vessels commission into service in the mid 2020s.… Read Full Article

St. Louis Missouri. History, Landmarks & Vintage photos

By John Sarkis, of Kirkwood Missouri USA

November 13, 1875 – 143 years-ago yesterday, the head of Internal Revenue’s Southwestern District was convicted for his part in the “Whiskey Ring” scandal.

Over 300 people would be arrested, & 86 government officials would be indicted in the scheme to defraud the government out of millions in tax revenue and funnel the funds to political campaigns.… Read Full Article

Calloway Boogie – Cab Calloway

The Snader telescription Calloway Boogie aka Cab’s Club (1950) starts right off with Cab Calloway dancing up a storm. A scaled down version of his band is seated behind him: Panama Francis on drum kit, Milt Hinton on doublebase, Jonah Jones on trumpet, Dave Rivera on piano.… Read Full Article

Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea

By Christopher Bodeen, Associated Press

BEIJING (AP) — A look at recent developments in the South China Sea, where China is pitted against smaller neighbors in multiple disputes over islands, coral reefs and lagoons in waters crucial for global commerce and rich in fish and potential oil and gas reserves:

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a weekly look at the latest developments in the South China Sea, the location of several territorial conflicts that have raised tensions in the region.… Read Full Article

Take the A train ft. Ray Nance and Paul Gonsalves

November 20, 1958. Paris. – Concert at the Salle Pleyel.
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra:
Cat Anderson, Harold “Shorty” Baker, Nelson Williams, Clark Terry, Ray Nance, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.… Read Full Article