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  • Over the next decade, Murphy and the Genovese family funded the gay pride parades in New York that became annual, international demonstrations of sexual freedom, and Murphy rode the route every year in an open-top car wearing a crown and a sash that declared him “the Mayor of Christopher Street.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Hop on the open-top 15C bus as it bombs down the narrow, winding road from the Peak to Central and it's easy to imagine you're in one of Jackie Chan's inventive chases.

    Film-inspired holidays: The Hong Kong Kung Fu Holiday

  • Astonishing to think that the disease that claimed Keats—and that gave the "pale and interesting" look to generations of poets—is back on the up: It feels like the epidemiological equivalent of a heritage tour on an open-top bus.

    An Irish Lesson in Hope and Marketing

  • That said, this sleek open-top sports tourer available this fall gets only better with the subtraction of two cylinders.

    In BMW's Repackaged Z4, Less Is More

  • Fly from Johannesburg or Cape Town to Royal Malewane's private airstrip, where you will be met by staff and transported to the resort via open-top Landrover -- well, you wouldn't want to miss anything on the way!

    Suzanne Aaronson: What's Worth It: Royal Malewane Safari Lodge in South Africa

  • D.C. tourism is often stereotyped as out-of-towners, open-top buses and amateur photographs of monuments.

    Seeing the city from a new perspective

  • The rain had eased by the time Ms. Rousseff left Congress for the short trip in an open-top car to the presidential palace.

    Rousseff Takes Reins in Brazil

  • Nato planes bombed the capital, Tripoli, where Libyan state television showed footage of a defiant Gaddafi cruising through the streets in a green safari jacket and sunglasses, pumping his fists and waving from an open-top vehicle.

    Barack Obama: Qatar crucial to coalition's success in Libya

  • He just had time to read the two-word message “hacked off” before the media player launched a black subscreen which stalled for a moment, then ran some good-quality CCTV footage of two people, a man and a woman, approaching each other on the street, stopping to chat, then climbing into an open-top sports car.

    The Priest

  • Round the corner, a second picket line was getting noisy support from the Coalition of Resistance who had chartered an open-top bus to visit key sites across the city.

    Public sector strikes - Wednesday 30 November

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