Maura Tierney appeared feeble and frail a day after her scary cycling accident where a car hit her on the road ... but the good news is that she's on her feet and walking. "The Affair" star was spotted Tuesday walking gingerly with assistance as she headed down some steps. Maura's left arm was wrapped almost entirely with a protective bandage, presumably covering up an injury suffered Monday in Marina del Rey. TMZ broke the story ... the former "ER" star's back wheel was clipped by a car while riding near the ocean. She was sent flying to the ground and was eventually transported to the hospital. She was released with no major injuries, but you can tell she's still feeling it. Cops say they don't believe alcohol or drugs were a factor. The driver even stayed on the scene while Maura was being treated. … [Read more...] about ‘The Affair’ Star Maura Tierney Bandaged and Sore After Accident
EXCLUSIVE Maura Tierney had a real-life ER experience Monday after being struck by a car as she rode her bike near the ocean. The former "ER" star and current star of "The Affair" was biking in Marina del Rey at around noon when a car clipped her back tire, sending her tumbling to the ground. The driver who hit her stayed on scene. Cops believe the driver was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol ... it was simply an accident. We know she received treatment at the hospital. We do not know if she's been released. … [Read more...] about ‘The Affair’ Star Maura Tierney Taken By Ambulance After Car Hits Her Bike
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Style by Paul Farhi by Paul Farhi Email the author April 29 at 12:05 AM Email the author There were no sitcom actors. No Olympians or supermodels or Real Housewives, either. Even some of the usual high-profile media names were missing, too. And for the second consecutive year, so was the president. The White House Correspondents’ Association dinner on Saturday attracted about 3,000 journalists, random plus-ones and curious hangers on, but the usual buzz around the event was reduced to something more like a snore. The annual social rite of spring in Washington was less the government-meets-Hollywood-meets-the-press … [Read more...] about At the White House correspondents’ dinner, the buzz was reduced to a snore — until Michelle Wolf showed up
When it comes to the Porsche 959, Canepa Design is the outfit that knows everything. The Scotts Valley, California-based sports and race car restorer has been helping import and modify Porsche 959s for decades. Canepa has served up its Gen I, Gen II, and recent Gen III upgrades for the 959 for years now. But the Canepa crew has reached a new level of know-how, and they are ready to bring a top-spec 959 to the world. Enter the Canepa Design Porsche 959SC. Porsche debuted the amazing 959 back in 1987 and the world has been a better place ever since. That car boasted all-wheel drive, a pair of turbochargers, kevlar body panels, and the ability to vector torque as needed. It was well ahead of its time relative to every other machine on the market. Today though, it remains amazing but perhaps a bit dated. Canepa has been working tirelessly to counter the effects of time. The Canepa Generation I upgrade was launched in 2001 and took the engine output from 444 to 576 horsepower. A few years … [Read more...] about Canepa has crafted the perfect Porsche 959
0 Comments Poll: Was the Good Friday Agreement a success or failure? BelfastTelegraph.co.uk We asked our online readers to reveal if they would vote differently now. Here are some of your responses. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/good-friday-agreement/poll-was-the-good-friday-agreement-a-success-or-failure-36793003.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/article36656206.ece/e768c/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-03-01_opi_38948744_I1.JPG Email We asked our online readers to reveal if they would vote differently now. Here are some of your responses. Walton Dallton (68), Belfast In 1998 voted: For Vwote same way again? Yes Why? I don’t ever want to go back into the past, it was horrible. One had to live through it to know it. Gerard Trainor (60), Belfast In 1998, voted: for Vote same way again? yes Why? I think back to what it was like before — endless funerals, riots, shootings and bombings, plastic bullets, British Army and RUC harassment. The … [Read more...] about Poll: Was the Good Friday Agreement a success or failure?