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The judge revealed that she had also been caught riding through the Surrey town naked on a motorbike, but added that she was not being sentenced for that particular incident.

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She pleaded guilty outraging public decency after she was caught in the middle of a sex act that Judge Peter Ross said was doubt for money John Upton said she was spotted in Goldsworth Road, Woking, fingered by a man on July 29 this year.

A mother with her two children asked her to stop and Claus responded by threatening to punch her.

When she was arrested at the scene, police said her jeans were pulled up, but her knickers were in her handbag.

She has been banned from large parts of Woking town centre (Picture: Google Street View)

Mr Upton told Guildford Crown Court that she was in the habit of befriending vulnerable men then taking advantage of them.

Trouble flared when one of those men was threatened with being kicked out of his flat by the local council because of her anti social behaviour.

British ex husband of spy Anna Chapman died two years ago aged just 36

They argued and Claus attacked him. Because he was registered blind, he couldn tell if it was with her palm or fist.

When being arrested for the attack, she assaulted two police officers calling one of them a ct barrister Timothy Leete said that she was addicted to inhaling butane gas, leading Judge Moss to tell her life is a mess. judge added: assault on a vulnerable person is very serious indeed, as is any attack on the police officers who we have a moral obligation to protect. told her: are a mess. Your life is a mess. I spoke to your son earlier and it is a testament to something in your son life that he never been to court and finds this whole situation awful.

have made a criminal behaviour order against you, restricting your movements and behaviour. was jailed for three months for the assault on the blind man, and two months for each attack on the police officer, two months for being racist to one of the officers, one month for outraging public decency and another month for abusing the woman who asked her to stop the sex act.
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Sushi can be bought to go from Sushi with Gusto at Horrocks in Battle Creek.(Photo: Annie J. Kelley/The Enquirer)If you’ve never grabbed lunch at Horrocks, allow me to direct you. Turn left at the front doors, walk past the pitted dates and gummy sharks and the chocolate display.

Walk until you see sandwiches and salads, ready to go. There, before you reach the coffee and soup, you willbe offered a slice of sushi fromSushi with Gusto at Horrocks.

Friday was Gusto’s first day, so I stopped by to check things out.

Before finding a stake out spot next to the gluten free snacks, I introduced myself to franchise business consultant Mark German andthe chef, Ta Lian.

They said they were more excited than nervous about their first day.

I asked what the Gusto guys wouldtell acustomer who has never sushibefore.

It’s not only raw fish, German said. It’s there if you want it, but there’s also cooked fillings or vegetarian options.

“If the customer doesn’t see what they want in the case, they can let the chef know and they will make it for them,” German said.

Then I stepped back to see what would happen.

There were six people working the counter, either handing out samples or standing behind glass, making food.

Maki (a type of sushi) is made by putting a layer of nori (seaweed) or rice onto a bamboo mat. The fillings are added and then the mat rolled up like a rug. If the rice is the right consistency, the entire thing should stick together.

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I can tell you it’s not as easy as the Sushi with Gusto folks made it look.

They quickly went through rice in a bowl the width of a manhole cover.

Slices would be placed on a platter, dabs of sauce added.

A woman in a pink shirt wandered over, watching them work. “Can I try one of these?” she asked when the tray came out.

When she walkedaway, she spottedme trying to hover out of the way and she said, “If you’re grading them, give them a good mark.”

People come and go. Horrocks is a great place to people watch. All sorts come through. A man in a reflective vest. A teen with a bun on top of her head and dramatic eye make up. There’s a mother who looks carefully over the selection, while her young son does the universal circular dance of waiting for mom, then clutches her legs.

One of the most intriguing characters was a man dressed in what I think of as “Sunday church clothes.” He had a Santa Claus beard and long, thin braid. He came to get coffee twice.

Maybe it’s because I’m not a coffee drinker, but I didn’t realize how popular the coffee urns were at Horrocks. Many of the people who take a sushi sample are on their way to fill a cup.

Next to the coffee is the soup and cheese and a food prep area. I couldspot deli worker Kathy Christner from where I stood. She moves confidently, like someone who has run the lunch shift often, so I walked over and asked her what the crowd is usually like.

“All kinds of people,” she said. “Different nationalities, different walks of life, a lot of workers, sometimes we get a lot city workers we get a lot of military who come in.”
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The National Retail Federation projects sales of $6.9 billion this year on Halloween costumes, candy and decorations. That’s more than two and a half times the estimated spending just five years ago.

Enthusiasm for Halloween has helped Spirit Halloween Superstores grow from one Twin Cities location to four in the past eight years. Here at the Woodbury store, skeletons hang from the ceiling, and all manner of ghoulery greets customers at the entrance. Val Cohn’s family runs the operation. She says customers’ desire for an escape from the grim events since September 11 is helping to fuel a banner year.

“It’s the best year ever for us. People are not holding back,” says Cohn. “They’re buying just as many bloody arms and bloody legs and just as many gory things as they’ve ever bought. I’ve actually had people say to me, ‘This is going to be the best Halloween ever I’m really getting into it this year.'”

Shopper Mariclare Horan says her family isn’t holding back on spending after the terrorist attacks. She also says they’re not planning to cut back on Christmas gift buying.

The first week, like many people, I think we were glued to the TV, watching things unfold and thinking in terms of that versus going out and shopping and spending money. Definitely it’s gotten better, because weeks have gone on and we’ve moved on in our lives,” Horan says.

National Retail Federation surveys have found evidence the Horan family has lots of company. The trade organization predicts Christmas holiday sales growth of 2.5 percent to 3 percent this year. Spokesman Scott Krugman says Halloween generally is not considered a bellwether. But he says this year the holiday may provide an important view of the consumer’s mood.

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and consumers are eager to get on with their lives. This bodes well as we get closer to the holiday season,” says Krugman.

The holidays are key for retailers. They represent nearly one quarter of yearly sales of consumer goods like clothing, furniture and electronics.

Minnesota retailers report some of the initial gloom of mid September is lifting. Betsy Bockstruck, vice president of Bockstruck Jewelers in St. Paul and Edina, says the outlook for her business has improved over the last six weeks. Bockstruck says she’s cautiously optimistic about the holidays. She say sales may benefit from the emotional fallout of the terror attacks.

“I think it’s making people very aware of the relationships that they have. And maybe it’s a reconnecting of family members and loved ones and friends. People will be in a giving spirit, and want to reach out to people like they’ve probably never reached out before,” says Bockstruck.

But optimism even the cautious sort is far from universal. Tuesday, the Conference Board announced its consumer confidence index plunged to the lowest level in seven and a half years. Big layoffs continue. The war in Afghanistan shows no sign of ending soon. The threat of more anthrax or other terror attacks continues.

“Things are still weak out there,” says securities analyst Henry Kaczmarek, who follows apparal retailers for American Express Financial Advisors. “Things are not improving, and the inventory continues to build. We think there’s going to be further price reductions to move that stuff.”

Kaczmarek says that might force holiday markdowns as early as the first or second week of November. Regardless of Halloween, Kaczmarek says clothing retailers didn’t have a good back to school season, and that indicates they won’t have a good holiday season either.
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Harlem, Ga. (WJBF Sports) This Thursday, the Harlem Lady Bulldogs will make their fourth Elite 8 appearance in the past five seasons in Columbus, Ga.

In his 10th season now, coach Mike Leverett has helped turn Harlem softball into a perennial state title contender, but he and a couple seniors believe this team might havethe best chance to win it all, and it starts with the Bulldogs’ hitting.

“This is probably the best [offense] we’ve ever had,” Leverett said. “Last year, we expected two people to hit, but this year everybody is getting a piece of the pie, so that is great.”

Seniors Cassie Blizzard and Lexi Mays have experience playing in the state tournament in Columbus the past few seasons, and they also feel good about their chances this year.

“This year is different,” Mays said. “We hit throughout the lineup. It’s not just the core the 3 and 4 are [not just] the biggest hitters this year it’s that everybody hits. From one to the 9th batter. It’s everybody. So I think we feed off each other and keep each other up. We just have the opportunity to go big this year.”

“I think this is the best year,” Blizzard said in reference to her four years at Harlem. “We’ve been prepared to go back, and I just feel like we have a really good chance this year.”
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Curated By Rachel Paxton Leave a CommentConsignment shopping can be fun as well as rewarding. I was first introduced to consignment shopping when I was pregnant with my daughter, about 12 years ago. The trend of buying second hand items was just beginning. I started shopping at a store that consigns women and children clothes, toys, and baby furniture. At first I just bought some baby clothes there and marveled at how inexpensive they were (1/3 or less of retail prices). As my daughter got older I didn have any little girls to give her clothes to, so I started consigning her clothes. The consignment store decided how much the clothes should sell for, and after the clothes had sold, they gave me 30 to 50% of the purchase price. For just a few items that might only add up to a couple of dollars, but if you make a practice of taking in all of your children outgrown clothes, it can add up quickly. Where I shop, they will either give you the cash when the item sells, or they will hold your money account so that when you buy something there in the future, your purchase is subtracted from your account.After I had started consigning my daughter clothes and realizing the benefits I was receiving (when you both buy and sell items at consignment stores, you get the benefit of low prices, your children get the benefit of wearing the clothes until they quickly outgrow them, and then you get to re sell them, making a profit that almost equals the value of buying the clothes in the first place!), I started going through my dressers and closet and realized how many clothes I had that I never wore. I was a little reluctant at first to get rid of so many clothes, but I took a deep breath, and consigned them. I ended up bringing home at least $50 for a couple of grocery bags full of clothes. I realized that I could use that money to buy new (used) clothes that I really would wear, and that no money would have left my pocket! That when the adventure really began. As time went on, I got braver and braver about simplifying my life and getting rid of all of the things I didn want or need anymore. Have you ever paid a lot of money for an outfit and then didn like it after all? Of course you have! Many times people are reluctant to part with clothes that they paid a lot for and never wear (maybe because it shrunk the first time you washed it). Consignment shopping takes all of the guilt away! The first step is to let go of the guilt and get rid of the clothes. When you start buying your clothes at consignment stores, that guilt is never there. If you decide you don like something you bought there, take it back and consign it. You didn pay much for it in the first place, and you can use the money you get from consigning it to buy something else.At first I usually just kept the money and didn buy new clothes with my profits. I only shopped there occasionally and didn see much I was interested in. Then I started going more often and realized that there really were great clothes there, but they go in and out of the store so fast that you have to go often to find the best deals. I haven bought a brand new pair of jeans in years. I have, however, bought many brand name pairs of jeans consignment shopping that would have cost anywhere between $30 and $50 new, and I paid about $8 a piece for them. Many look like they never been worn.I bought and sold my daughter clothes there from the start. She is now 11 years old and I have very rarely ever bought new clothes for her. My sister spent about $50 on a shirt and a pair of corduroy overalls for her last Christmas. A few weeks later we found a similar pair of overalls in another color at the consignment store for about $8. My daughter was thrilled. I glad she can also find joy in consignment shopping. I know that in a couple of years she may not be as thrilled about buying second hand clothes, but buying used clothes is becoming a lot more acceptable. More and more people are becoming fed up with expensive prices and the high cost of living in general. Our favorite consignment store even recently created a section just for teens that looks just like a department store display.If you don have a consignment shop in your town, the next time you visit the nearest big city, check out their yellow pages or ask around. Even if you make a trip once or twice a year to clean out your closet, it well worth the effort! In these times of corporate and just trying to get by, don spend a large portion of your money on new clothes. You don have to be as extreme as I am and buy all of your clothes at consignment stores, but if you keep your eyes open and look for opportunities to spend less on clothing, you won regret it!Last 5 Articles Added By Rachel PaxtonEight Time Saving Cooking Tips October 6th, 2008Scheduling Quiet Time September 20th, 2008The Heart of a Humble Parent September 20th, 2008A Child Can Make a Difference September 20th, 2008Time Management for Kids September 20th, 2008
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Founded in 1912 by an American woman from New York, Henrietta Szold, the Hadassah Organization, a Zionist women’s group, is currently celebrating its centennial year. From Oct. 15 18, thousands of Hadassah women, representing over 300,000 members worldwide, will celebrate their centennial convention and formally dedicate the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower, a new state of the art, in patient center that has been built through Hadassah’s fundraising efforts and in collaboration with the Israeli government.

The local group of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of Hadassah is the Haim Yassky Group, primarily composed of women from the Lower Main Line. This year’s annual opening gala and fundraiser was held on Sept. 12 at Evviva Restaurant in Penn Valley and included a fashion show presented by Elizabeth Maar Boutique of Haverford and Newtown Square. Lay women from the group were models for the event and the clothing ranged from casual to evening wear. Many raffle baskets were assembled through the generous donations of area businesses and all in attendance had an opportunity to win many prizes through random drawings. The guest speaker was Donna Gerson, Esq., chair of the Hadassah Foundation. Her inspirational words reminded the group of one of Hadassah’s goals: “to make Zionists out of Jewish women and forge them into a powerful force in Jewish life.” Co presidents of the Haim Yassky Group are Rita Caplan and Wendy Shore. It’s their motto to “emphasize the FUN in FUNdraising,” and by the look and sound of the crowd at Evviva, you could tell that fun was indeed had by all.

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Hannibal clothing retailer Danni Nicole will be among 19 small businesses honored by the General Assembly on Jan. 27.

The recognition is part of a business showcase in Jefferson City sponsored by the Missouri Small Business and Technology Development Centers and the Missouri Procurement Technical Assistance Centers.

Danni Nicole owned and operated by Mary Short, is a ladies boutique with two locations offering upscale clothing and accessories.

The other honorees are Accent Controls Inc. of Riverside, Affordable Moving Services Inc. of Branson, AVO General Services of Columbia, Brighttree of Columbia, Cornerstone Energy Solutions of Rolla, Hot Box Cookies of Columbia, I3 Technology Group of Joplin, Innoventor Inc. of St. Louis, Interdisciplinary Design Cooperative of Rolla, Longitude Health of Columbia, Old World Spices and Seasonings Inc. of Kansas City, Project Management Solutions Group of St. Louis, Renovation Hardware of Portageville, S Grocery Outlet of Dexter, Snyder Brace of Columbia, Titanova of Bridgeton, Trux Trailer and Tractor Repair of Springfield and Xtreme Stereo of Kennett.
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HALLSVILLE, TX (KLTV) In just a matter of hours, everything was gone. Their home, all of their belongings, but, that nothing compared to the loss of 8 year old Codey CohenHarrison County fire officials, along with three volunteer fire departments responded to the fire just after midnight, in the 900 block of Main Street at the Tall Pines trailer park in Hallsville.The Cohen family had only lived at the Tall Pines trailer park for a few months, but the park manager says they already become a strong part of the community.Early Tuesday morning, before the fire department arrived, neighbors had gathered and were attempting to get into the trailer to save Codey.Codey mother had already broken through a window to get her 18 month old son out. But, no one was able to get Codey, who died in the back bedroom.Fire Marshall Thomas Hock says trailers burn fast, and there was little chance someone could have gotten to the boy.”Metal roofed homes like on a trailer, and this particular older model where you just have wood paneling, that just adds to the fire load, and putting the metal clad, it like being in an oven,” says Hock.
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There is no breaking in period, and you can find bargains on clothing for the upcoming season.

In fact, according to NARTS, the Association for Resale Professionals in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, resale is a multibillion dollar industry which caters to consumers from all economic levels.

Tammi Roderick, co owner of the Plus Boutique in Hartville, knows she has killer deals. Where else can you find a Coach purse for $100? Or a pair of Gucci shoes for $25?

The Plus Boutique has an eclectic appeal to resale shoppers, with deals on a variety of items from antique furniture, handcrafted items and knickknacks to clothing. The shop has sizes for all women, but it specializes in plus size clothing.

start at 3X and go to 6X, said Roderick who co owns the store with Chi Chi Ward. have a lot of practically new items. We started off with only plus sizes and have developed a very loyal base of plus size women who consigned and shopped with us and they still bring things in. said many of their clients /customers have had weight loss surgery they are bringing in things they can no longer fit into, and we have women who come in to shop for those items . The clothes are in great condition. so goes the world of consignment and resale shops.

Paula Tscholl Bennett, co owner of Encore with Ruthmary Tscholl and Beki Theken, said Encore is one of the oldest resale shops in Northeast Ohio.

mother and her sister started this in 1973 as their retirement job, she said. was the only child who could come home and be helpful, so they offered me the opportunity to come home from Chicago and work with them, so here I be. said wedding gowns are major purchases in resale.

average person can expect to pay $200 to $500 at a resale store for her gown. Most of our dresses we get in are (worth) $1,500 to $1,800. Most, though, go for around $250. Some of these dresses have never been worn because the location changed, or the couple changed plans or the bride changed her mind about the dress. case of the latter, the original tags still are on the gown. The same is true for prom dresses, said Tscholl Bennett. not all resale shops are created equal. They all have different niches. MANY CHOICES of their specialties, though, their goal is the same help consumers save money by offering brand name at a reasonable price.

are so many choices for consumers at resale shops, said Tscholl Bennett, who now offers Encore on Wheels so they can bring clothing to nursing homes.

of the hardest parts of the job is to tell someone their stuff isn good enough to accept, said Tscholl Bennett. But, she said, resale shops deal in quality. is what they offer their customers. Another Look owner, Susan Knisley said the savings in buying resale are amazing.

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Gigi Hadid managed to keep her cool when her outfit broke at the Victoria Secret Fashion Show.

The model, who walked in the annual underwear spectacular for the second year in a row, stunned in a series of jaw dropping, barely there outfits.

One nearly got the better of her though, and she narrowly avoided a wardrobe malfunction when one of her chest straps snapped. She was wearing huge black wings strapped in with velvet ties and a black lace bra but luckily the snap didn cause her wings to fall, and she managed to finish her walk.

Not all fans were best pleased that Gigi and her fellow model Kendall Jenner, who also first walked at the 2015 show, got to don wings though. Some were left disgruntled that the pair got to wear a pair of the coveted Angel accessory, as they are normally reserved for Victoria Secret veterans like Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio.

The 2016 show was held in the Grand Palais in Paris, France, on Wednesday, with 51 beauties showing off their best assets in a range of underwear from the American lingerie giant.

A 1,300 strong audience watched beauties including Gigi sister Bella Hadid and Jasmine Tookes,
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who got to wear the $3 million fantasy bra, strut their stuff. Jasmine jewelled piece drew gasps of awe when it was showcased, and was created by jeweller Eddie Borgo using 9,000 precious stones, taking 700 hours to create and weighing in at more than 450 carats.

Guests were treated to music from The Weeknd, Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga, who also got in on the fashion action by wearing bespoke pieces by Parisian designer Azzedine Alaia.

Fans can catch the show when it screened on Dec. 5.


Lady Gaga gave Gigi Hadid some advice ahead of the annual Victoria Secret Fashion Show.

The Born This Way singer performed at the 2016 event in Paris on Wednesday evening, wowing in five different outfits during her set.

Model Gigi returned to the runway for the second year in a row and was able to spend some time with the musician in the lead up to the big day.

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Gaga gushed about their stunning looks.