The restaurant apologized to Gordon and invited him back, but he says he won’t return. “I don’t really have any interest in returning to a restaurant that clearly doesn’t want me or anyone who looks like me,” he said. And as a born and raised Washington resident, he sees the incident as another example of gentrification’s unrelenting march.
I like to get at least 100 swings a day for four days, then we play on the weekends all over the country,” said Helmer, who bats second for Chase and earns about $20,000 a season. In the winter, I don’t care if I have to clear off the snow in a parking lot. I want to get my swings in.”.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileAlways a draw for Canadian collectors, works by Tom Thomsonwill be among the major highlights on offer in Toronto next week at the annual fall auctions of Canadian art.The upcoming sales from auction houses Heffel,Sotheby’s Canada (in conjunction with Ritchies) and Joyner Waddington will offer artwork spanning many favourites with familiar names like Emily Carr, Jean Paul Riopelle, David Milne and the Group of Seven to cross the block.However, Thomson in particular was spotlighted by each house.Auction house Heffel is putting Tom Thomson’s small 1917 painting Northern Lights on the block. ((Heffel Fine Art))Vancouver based Heffel, which in recent years has garnered a number of record setting prices for Canadian art, has classed Thomson’s small 1917 painting Northern Lights among the top works at its upcoming sale. The work carries a pre sale estimate of $750,000 to $950,000.”There’s only five Northern Lights panels painted by Tom Thomson, three of which are in institutions.Heffel, who runs the auction house with his brother Robert, said their company has been lucky with finding “pockets of paintings” originally bought in the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s and held carefully in family collections over the years.”As time’s gone by, it’s been fewer and far between that we’ve seen major canvases by the Group of Seven,” he said.