Picardie, France Newswire

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  1. Brendon Hartley suffers helmet hiccup in US Grand Prix F1 practice sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Going full throttle almost took on a new meaning for Brendon Hartley after his helmet lifted at speed during his first Formula One practice session. The first New Zealand Formula One driver for 33 years otherwise sounded pretty happy with his day's work, despite collecting a 25-place grid penalty before he had even stepped into the car at the US Grand Prix.


  2. MoreRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Art Daily

    Giovanni Martinelli , Suzanne et les vieillards, 1630-1635. Huile sur toile. Amiens, Musee de Picardie Photo C2RMF / Pierre-Yves Duval.


  3. Hartley will have hefty grid penalty for F1 debutRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    New Zealander Brendon Hartley collected a grid penalty before he had even stepped into the car for his Formula One debut at the U.S. Grand Prix on Friday. AUSTIN, Texas: New Zealander Brendon Hartley collected a grid penalty before he had even stepped into the car for his Formula One debut at the U.S. Grand Prix on Friday.


  4. Cathedral of CuencaRead the original story

    Thursday | TrekEarth

    The Cathedral of Cuenca is one of the most particular buildings of the Spanish Middle Ages and much has been written about it to explain its presence in these rugged lands of Southern Castile. Cuenca was conquered by Alfonso VIII of Castile in the year 1177.


  5. Hartley prepares for big step in AustinRead the original story

    Thursday | GrandPrix.com

    Toro Rosso owner Red Bull has signed the New Zealander and Le Mans winner to replace Pierre Gasly this weekend, as the Frenchman is racing in Japan. "I will have four hours of practice before qualifying and I'd like to think it's enough to get the speed I need," Hartley, 27, added.


  6. Klaassen: Time To Show What We Can DoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 17 | Everton FC

    Davy Klaassen says it is time for Everton to "show what we can do" but the attacker is warning his side to expect a demanding test when they attempt to kick start their European campaign against Lyon at Goodison on Thursday . Klaassen's Ajax team contested an exhilarating two-legged Europa League semi-final with French outfit Lyon back in May, eventually prevailing 5-4 on aggregate.


  7. At the Palais de Tokyo, Camille Henrot Finds Wonder in the EverydayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 17 | The New York Times

    The Earth and sun led humans to structure time in days and years; the rotation of the moon gave calendars months. But weeks? There is no astronomical or other natural reason for such a unit of time.


  8. Kvyat's F1 return could be one-off?Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 17 | GrandPrix.com

    The Russian was recently stepped down by Toro Rosso team owner Red Bull, making way for the debut of Frenchman Pierre Gasly. But as Gasly heads to Japan this weekend to fight for the Super Formula title, Kvyat is returning to action.


  9. 3 days of terror: Key events in Paris newspaper attack and hostage-takingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2015 | Weyburn This Week

    For three days, two al-Qaida-linked brothers and an associate who seized a kosher grocery, terrorized France and shook the world. The Kouachi brothers allegedly carried out the massacre of 12 people at satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, while their associate is suspected of killing a policewoman and wounding a street sweeper.


  10. Hartley to drive for Toro Rosso at next weekend's U.S. GPRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Houston Chronicle

    A Sunday, June 18, 2017 file photo of drivers of the Porsche 919 Hybrid No2, from left to right, Brendon Hartley of New Zealand, Earl Bamber of New Zealand and Timo Bernhard of Germany after winning the 85th 24-hour Le Mans endurance race, in Le Mans, western France. Brendon Hartley will race for Toro Rosso at next weekend's United States Grand Prix as a replacement for Pierre Gasly.


  11. Sport24.co.za | Kiwi Hartley gets 'dream' Toro Rosso startRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | News24

    Le Mans champion Brendon Hartley of New Zealand will make his Formula One debut at the US Grand Prix in Austin next weekend for Toro Rosso as a replacement for the absent Pierre Gasly. Frenchman Gasly joined Toro Rosso just two weeks ago from the Super Formula Championship to take the place of the struggling Daniil Kvyat, and as he trails the lead by a mere half-point, will contest the last race of the season in Japan on the same day as the Austin GP.


  12. Hartley to race for Toro RossoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Sky Sports

    Toro Rosso have announced Brendon Hartley will partner the returning Daniil Kvyat at the US GP, with Pierre Gasly skipping the race to complete the Super Formula season in Japan. Hartley is a former Red Bull junior driver and has been competing in the World Endurance Championship with Porsche, winning this year's Le Mans 24 Hours.


  13. City Park is getting its very own outdoor teaching kitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | WGNO-TV New Orleans

    City Park is about to get it's very own outdoor teaching kitchen, thanks to the eighth annual Magic in the Moonlight fundraiser. "We think it's really important to stress health for today's youth.


  14. Motor racing: Toro Rosso keep F1 guessing ahead of U.S. Grand PrixRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Reuters

    The Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso Formula One team could be facing yet another driver change amid uncertainty about Pierre Gasly's availability for next week's U.S. Grand Prix. The young Frenchman made his debut in Malaysia and competed in last weekend's Japanese Grand Prix alongside Spaniard Carlos Sainz, with Russian Daniil Kvyat dropped for those races.


  15. Justin Trudeau's flying unicorn hits a stormRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | The Economist

    TO OPPOSE the government of Justin Trudeau has been no fun. Canada's prime minister has shrugged off controversies that would have hurt a less charismatic politician.


  16. Dettori delighted Enable to stay in trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Reuters

    Jockey Frankie Dettori is delighted that Enable, the winner of the Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe, will remain in training next year. The John Gosden-trained filly won the English, Irish and Yorkshire Oaks and the King George at Ascot before cruising to victory in Chantilly, France this month to make Dettori the most successful jockey in the race's history.


  17. French president inaugurates major Picasso exhibitionRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 8 | Washington Times

    French President Emmanuel Macron has inaugurated a major Picasso exhibition in Paris , focusing on one key year in the Spanish master's art and life. After visiting the show for an hour and a half with his wife Brigitte, Macron said he likes in Picasso 's paintings a "great sensuality" and at the same time a "political meaning" especially in the years leading up to World War II.


  18. Paris: Lest we forgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | The New Zealand Herald

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  19. French President Emmanuel Macron, left, flanked by his wife Brigitte visit theRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | The Miami Herald

    French President Emmanuel Macron, left, flanked by his wife Brigitte visit the "Picasso 1932: Erotic Year" exhibition at the Picasso museum in Paris, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. Macron said he likes in Picasso's paintings the "great sensuality" and at the same time, the "political meaning" especially in the years leading to the World War II.


  20. Us and themRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | St. Albert Gazette

    As St. Albertans checked their mailboxes this week, many wondered if some municipal election candidates are running together as a slate. Candidates were grouped in a similar fashion in the mail and some included a postcard about the branch library, similar to the one that found its way into mailboxes early in the campaign.