A WEDDING photography couple accused of being Britain's worst photographers have accused newlyweds of sending them death threats. Darren and Adele McDonagh say furious customers told them their kids deserved CANCER after the blurry pictures went viral - and were forced to close down their business. Couples say they were forced to turn to guests’ snaps and selfies to salvage memories of tying the knot. When their official pics did arrive the newlyweds complain they were blurred, focused on grooms’ bottoms rather than the brides’ faces and took months to develop. Adele, of Leeds, West Yorks said: “We just want to move forward with our lives and now want to be left alone. “The claims of us pocketing £100,000 is totally ridiculous, we never made that in the two years we traded. COUPLE AXED BUSINESS “Since our business went under, we’ve had people kicking on our doors and beating on our windows over this. “I’ve read some horrible … [Read more...] about ‘Britain’s worst wedding photographers’ bombarded with death threats over ‘blurred photos and no shows’
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Caleb Melby, Bloomberg Published 4:37 am PST, Thursday, February 21, 2019 President Donald Trump speaks during the 58th presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2017. President Donald Trump speaks during the 58th presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2017. Photo: Bloomerg Photo By Daniel Acker Photo: Bloomerg Photo By Daniel Acker Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 President Donald Trump speaks during the 58th presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2017. President Donald Trump speaks during the 58th presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2017. Photo: Bloomerg Photo By Daniel Acker Trump's inaugural team scrambled to defend … [Read more...] about Trump’s inaugural team scrambled to defend staff, record donations
John O'connor, Ap Political Writer Updated 7:21 am PST, Saturday, December 22, 2018 FILE - This June 14, 2007 file photo shows, Abraham Lincoln's bloodstained gloves he carried on the night of his death at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Ill. Historians say that the 2007 acquisition of 1,500 documents and artifacts for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum firmly established Illinois as a leading repository of all things Lincoln. So forgive the handwringing over the possibility that some of it might have to be sold. The Lincoln museum's fundraising foundation, which borrowed $23 million in 2007 to buy the trove from private collector Louise Taper, still owes $9.2 million on a note due in October 2019. less FILE - This June 14, 2007 file photo shows, Abraham Lincoln's bloodstained gloves he carried on the night of his death at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Ill. Historians say ... more … [Read more...] about Selling expendable Lincoln-collection items won’t erase debt
Khristi Zimmeth Special to The Detroit News Published 6:55 PM EST Dec 20, 2018 Deborah Silver knew she wanted to buy the 1930s bungalow in Pontiac’s historic Seminole Hills district before she even stepped through the door. “A friend let me know that the house was on the market,” she explains. “I made arrangements to meet the broker, and arrived a little early. Though the house had a red roof, and trim the most intense shade of emerald green, what I noticed first was a set of four cast iron urns the likes of which I had never seen. I decided to try to buy the house before I ever set foot inside -- those urns were just so beautiful.” It turns out the urns had been custom made for the house by the Wilson Foundry and Machine Co. and that the house had been built by A.R. Wilson as a wedding present for his son and daughter-in-law in 1930, a history the owner of Sylvan Lake's Detroit Garden Works, Branch Studio and Deborah Silver and Co. recounts … [Read more...] about In Pontiac home, all is calm, all is light
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Politics | A Shutdown Looms. Can the G.O.P. Get Lawmakers to Show Up to Vote? Supported by ByJulie Hirschfeld Davis and Emily Cochrane Dec. 16, 2018 WASHINGTON — Just days before a deadline to avert a partial government shutdown, President Trump, Democratic leaders and the Republican-controlled Congress are at a stalemate over the president’s treasured border wall. But House Republican leaders are also confronting a more mundane and awkward problem: Their vanquished and retiring members are sick and tired of Washington and don’t want to show up anymore to vote. Call it the revenge of the lame ducks. Many lawmakers, relegated to cubicles as incoming members take their offices, have been skipping votes in the weeks since House Republicans were swept from power in the midterm elections, … [Read more...] about A Shutdown Looms. Can the G.O.P. Get Lawmakers to Show Up to Vote?