Valera (West Thurrock, Essex) has added an extra-large basket model to its range of under-counter dishwashers. The CF50, which accommodates a maximum plate size of 340mm diameter, can also be used as a high-volume glass washer.It features a fully adjustable wash cycle of one to three minutes and is capable of washing up to 540 plates per hour. The bodywork is constructed in brushed stainless steel. It is insulated for lower noise levels and greater energy saving, says Valera.
Last summer, Amir Bar-Lev‘s expansive Grateful Dead documentary, Long Strange Trip, was released, with the new music documentary getting viewings at iconic music venues as well as movie theaters nationwide before finding a home on Amazon Prime Video on June 2nd. Executive produced by Martin Scorsese, the film widely received critical acclaim after its premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, including two Critics Choice Documentary Awards nominations (Best Director and Best Music Documentary) in addition to receiving the stamp of approval from Deadheads around the world.The film examines both the rise of the Grateful Dead and its role in United States counterculture as well as diving deeper into the beloved and frequently idolized guitarist, Jerry Garcia. Across the multi-part, f0ur-hour-long documentary, the movie offers exclusive interviews from Grateful Dead surviving members, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir, in addition to other key figures from the band’s history, such as friends and family, crew members, famous fans, historians, and others.Ex-Grateful Dead Tour Manager, Sam Cutler, Gets Emotional About ‘Long Strange Trip’ DocThose who missed out on seeing the documentary when it hit the big screen or who don’t have access to Amazon Prime need not fret, as today, an announcement let fans know that Long Strange Trip will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray. The new release of Long Strange Trip will include both the original documentary in stereo and a new mix in 5.1 surround sound, plus a new track featuring commentary from the director, Amir Bar-Lev, and the film’s editor, John Walter.With Long Strange Trip‘s Deluxe Edition, which is limited to a production run of 6,500, fans also get access to six previously unreleased songs from the Grateful Dead’s performance at Hollywood Festival on May 24th, 1970, marking the beloved act’s first show overseas. Another bonus off the Deluxe Edition is additional backstage film from the Dead’s 1970 U.K. tour, as well as previously unreleased footage of “Dear Mr. Fantasy” and “Death Don’t Have No Mercy”, both of which were recorded in 1989.As band archivist David Lemiuex shared in a statement,Around 2003, while winding through the 16mm film outtakes for The Grateful Dead Movie in preparation for its DVD release, I came across a couple of unlabeled cans of 16mm film. I loaded the first reel onto the Steenbeck film viewing/editing table and was amazed by what I saw. … Not only rare, exceptional quality material from the performance at the Hollywood Festival, but loads of other terrific footage, showing the band at a Warner Bros. Records party in London (Pigpen surrounded by suits!), at a photo shoot (‘that’s one uncooperative bunch of musicians!’), at a rehearsal hall performing ‘Candyman’ vocal harmonies and, most exciting of all, backstage at the festival. This is truly some of the most remarkable, candid, and interesting footage in existence of the Grateful Dead and we’re thrilled to be releasing the entirety of this wonderful historical document.You can pre-order Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story Of The Grateful Dead here. To secure the limited-run Deluxe Editions of the film, head over to Dead.net, where these special editions are being sold exclusively.
Muriel and Bernard Costello loved their Queenslander at 101 Kingsley Tce, Manly.Ms O’Regan said she would be sad to say goodbye to the family home but with her parents now both gone, the time had come to let it go.“It will be an end of quiet significant chapter for the family,” she said. “But my father would want to be passed on to another family, to someone who could restore the house.” The 810sq m property will go to auction at 2pm on Saturday, October 21. Bernard and Muriel Costello on their wedding day in Ely, England, 1945.“Dad wasn’t too keen to go to the dance but he did and that’s where he saw my mother. He thought she was beautiful, so he asked her to dance,” she said. The couple married during the war and the new Mrs Costello followed her husband to Australia. In 1961 Mr Costello was a working as Commonwealth Bank manager when he was sent from Rockhampton to Brisbane’s bayside to open a new branch in Cleveland. Mr and Mrs Costello loved sitting in the sunroom.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The Costellos bought a 30-year-old Queenslander at 101 Kingsley Tce to be close to good schools and the bay.“Back then a number of the houses didn’t have fences so all the neighbourhood children would gather in this big area and play cricket and football,” Ms O’Regan said. “We’d have Christmas and family celebrations under the house and barbecues in the backyard. The dining room was the setting for many Costello family dinners.“Mum and Dad loved the views and loved that the home was an old Queenslander. “Their favourite room was the front sun room — they loved sitting out there listening to music, reading and having great conversations about anything and everything. “It’s a house full of love, laughter, good conversations and good food.” The home at 101 Kingsley Tce, Manly.THE family home of two World War II veterans will be on offer for the first time in 56 years when it goes under the hammer in Manly this weekend.The two-bedroom Queenslander at 101 Kingsley Tce, with original VJ walls and breezeways, was the much loved home of Bernard Costello, a RAAF navigator who flew 30 missions over occupied Europe in a Lancaster bomber, and his Welsh wife, Muriel, who cared for the wounded as a RAF nurse.The couple’s youngest daughter, Jenny O’Regan said her parents met at a dance while stationed in Ely, England, during the war.