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COMMENTARY: Take a Closer Look… It’s the Future You See

April 3rd, 2013

Marine industry professional David Barrow owns and manages Barrow International, a company dedicated to the distribution of marine products throughout Europe and the rest of the world. David is a frequent Scuttlebutt contributor, and below aims his focus on recent newsletter commentary… ————— Former ISAF President Paul ‘The Pope’ Henderson appears to have hit many


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QUOTABLE: The America’s Cup concert series

April 3rd, 2013

“I do understand it’s going to be an inconvenience. But I would’ve rather seen the neighborhood lobbying their mayor and supervisor for money to go from this inconvenience to tackle the gang warfare from happening on Broadway. I don’t think stopping these concerts is the answer.” – San Francisco Entertainment Commissioner Glendon Hyde “The most


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Concerts at America’s Cup venue scaled back

April 2nd, 2013

The number of concerts planned for the America’s Cup Pavilion on the northern waterfront is being scaled back ahead of a hearing for the venue permit at the Entertainment Commission on Tuesday. Instead of as many as 40 concerts between May 31 and Oct. 15, there will be up to 30, according to pavilion organizers


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QUOTABLE: John Kostecki on the key to winning

April 2nd, 2013

“At the moment, if you had to pinpoint one thing that’s going to be the key to winning or losing the America’s Cup it would be foiling. Being able to foil through a maneuver, and get the crew work perfect during it, is one of our biggest challenges now.” – John Kostecki, Oracle Team USA,


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AMERICA’S CUP: A Once in a Lifetime Experience

April 2nd, 2013

Some people adore the America’s Cup; others not so much. Cynthia Ross of Visual.Ink.Communications is in the former group. While the race broadcast may be the only means to truly watch the racing, Cynthia is clearly intoxicated with the event, and is encouraging others to be among its pervasive aura…. If you are planning on



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