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  • My good news: I learn backwards skating at the ice-rink and did a 5K run!

    Good News

  • The renovation, designed by Grimshaw Architects, will convert the ice-rink area—roughly the size of an airplane hanger—into museum spaces.

    Queens Museum Digs In

  • Her profile features a photo of herself in an ice-rink pratfall, a listing of her specialties parties, site-seeing, family functions and a testimonial from a satisfied customer: "Sheila was fun to hang out with, well informed, and easy to talk to."

    Friendship by the Hour

  • Opposite and only during the winter months, is a small ice-rink what else? surrounded by twinkly Christmas lights, for guests to enjoy.

    Louise Roe: Playing Princess In Paris: My 24 Hours At The Plaza Athenee

  • Love is filled with images that are simultaneously ridiculous, beautiful, and audacious, like a skating ballet with four Elenas gliding in unison that devolves into an ice-rink massacre as one Elena double after another loses her so-called life.

    My Year of Flops

  • Once you have the torch go back upstairs, go right then down into the ice-rink room.

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  • Take a trip to a New York ice-rink at the weekend and you're likely to see a middle-aged Japanese man jumping and spinning in perfect harmony with Newtonian physics.

    Michio Kaku: Mr Parallel Universe

  • NASCAR vehicles could race against ice-rink Zambonis, which reach dizzying speeds of a few miles per hour.

    Dave Astor: Plumbing the Depths of GOP Labels

  • Once you have the torch go back upstairs, go right then down into the ice-rink room.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • In between the two, in Rathausplatz (literally ‘Town Hall Place’), there is a giant ice-rink and fair of sorts.

    …city breaks « Sven’s guide to…


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