PHOTO MOMENT: Building bridges – a quote by Rick Pitino

“When you build bridges, you can keep crossing them.” ~Rick Pitino   The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, which spans the San Francisco Bay in California, as seen at nighttime. Richard Andrew “Rick” Pitino is an American basketball coach. Since 2001, he has been the head coach at the University of Louisville, and coached the Cardinals to the 2013 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship. He has also been head of the Puerto Rico national basketball team. SOURCES: Vijay Shah { विजय }, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/VShah1984 Cameron Morrissey, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/ManagersDiary IMAGE CREDIT: “CITY” – Ahuhah.com http://ahuhah.com/category/city     Related articles One Word … Continue reading PHOTO MOMENT: Building bridges – a quote by Rick Pitino

SCARFACE: Tony Montana’s mansion on sale for £23 million

The luxurious mansion which doubled as the residence of feared gangster and Cuban refugee Tony Montana in the 1983 blockbuster Scarface, starring Al Pacino, is now on sale for £23 million (USD $33.9 million), reports the British tabloid Metro today. The El Fureidis mansion, in Montecito, California, was the domain of the feared and fast-talking cocaine smuggler in the hit film, where it was set in Coral Gables, an upmarket town near Miami in Florida. As Tony Montana’s home in the movie, it was where he married the glamorous Elvira, played by Michelle Pfeiffer, and went down in a blaze of … Continue reading SCARFACE: Tony Montana’s mansion on sale for £23 million

CHITTY CHITTY KER-CHING: Ferrari bought for £5,000 fetches £18 million

A Ferrari that was purchased by an American businessman for only £5,000 has been sold at auction for an astonishing £18 million at an auction in Monterey, California. The classic 1960’s sportscar, a Ferrari 275 GTB/4*S NART Spyder and one of only ten made, belonged to the estate of late businessman, former city mayor and philanthropist Eddie Smith. Smith passed away in 2007. The red two-seater, which is still in mint condition, was bought for £5,000 by the businessman in 1967. Despite its age, the car’s condition and scarcity meant that experts at RM Auctions estimated that the car would go under … Continue reading CHITTY CHITTY KER-CHING: Ferrari bought for £5,000 fetches £18 million