The Retro C64X is back! New Retro Model Joins Re-Launched Classic Retro PC Case – Press Release

FAREHAM, Hampshire, UK, Oct 08, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — My Retro Computer Ltd is excited to announce the re-launch of its My64 branded retro case and the launch of its MyVic20 branded retro case. Carrying on the retro theme from Commodore USA’s 2011 release of the now legendary C64X, which provided the inspiration for My Retro Computer’s first retro case product now branded My64, My Retro Computer has now added a second retro case product under the brand name MyVic20.

My Retro Computer Ltd believes that the re-launch of the My64 and the launch of the new MyVic20 offer PC self-build enthusiasts the opportunity to create a modern Mini ITX based computer within a retro PC case. Whether the first home computer you adored was a C64 or a Vic 20, you can now go back to the future and create your very own personalized modern PC within the retro

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Vintage Electric E-Bikes Review | Big power and retro style without the sweat or spandex

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Portland is the only city in the continental United States with a volcano within its city limits. It’s called Mount Tabor, and although technically a mere “extinct volcanic vent,” walking or hiking up to the top of its roughly 440 feet is still a decent workout. Those who bike up it are typically spandex-clad Lance Armstrong types or casual cycling sadists content to chug up at 3 mph. I, on the other hand, pedaled up Mount Tabor at 20 mph. No huffing, no puffing, no sweat, no spandex.

That’s because I was riding a Vintage Electric Café electric pedal-assist bicycle, and after a summer spent zipping around town without the typical cycling concerns of hills, going too damn slow and showing up to your destination drenched, I’m thoroughly sold on electric assist bicycles as a concept. And as for the Café itself, it takes that

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Vintage Electric E-Bikes offer big power and retro style without the sweat or spandex

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Portland is the only city in the continental United States with a volcano within its city limits. It’s called Mount Tabor, and although technically a mere “extinct volcanic vent,” walking or hiking up to the top of its roughly 440 feet is still a decent workout. Those who bike up it are typically spandex-clad Lance Armstrong types or casual cycling sadists content to chug up at 3 mph. I, on the other hand, pedaled up Mount Tabor at 20 mph. No huffing, no puffing, no sweat, no spandex.

That’s because I was riding a Vintage Electric Café electric pedal-assist bicycle, and after a summer spent zipping around town without the typical cycling concerns of hills, going too damn slow and showing up to your destination drenched, I’m thoroughly sold on electric assist bicycles as a concept. And as for the Café itself, it takes that

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Yo Colorado highlights state’s golden age with retro colors in clothing line

It’s hard not to think about the good ole days right now. And that’s part of why this week’s “In Good Company” is so fitting.

Yo Colorado has captured the essence of Colorado from its most colorful days.

Their apparel turns 70s and 80s retro cool into a fashion statement.

Their storefront in Golden is like a time warp, filled with clothing and colors from Colorado’s golden age.

“I came here when I was a kid and camped with my family,” said Yo Colorado co-founder Brad Miller. “And, I have these memories of campers with the brown, orange, yellow stripes on them.”

Miller and fellow co-founder Pe Maslowsky started Yo Colorado seven years ago as an ode to the past with a modern day appeal.

“We had this idea for a vintage looking ski beanie that would somehow represent Colorado,” said Miller. “And, we didn’t see anything like that out

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An Elegant Pavilion Wedding With a Retro Twist

Rachel and Alex’s big day in October of last year included two different settings, bright dahlia-filled arrangements, and plenty of twinkling string lighting. The couple, who met through the dating app Hinge, decided to hold their ceremony outdoors at the scenic Rockwood Manor. There they exchanged vows underneath a flower-filled chuppah, which was handmade by the bride’s uncle and even included the couple’s name carved into a wooden sign that dangled above them during  the “I dos.”

After the garden-inspired ceremony, guests were transported to a more retro-inspired setting, Glen Echo Park’s Bumper Car Pavilion. The rest of the night included caricature artists, mixing and mingling, and a sit-down dinner of beef short rib, salmon, pumpkin sage ravioli, and a vegan option of risotto-stuffed poblano chiles. Yum! It was important for the couple to find a venue (venues) that represented their personalities. “We wanted to find a venue space/spaces that

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A Retro Return To The 60’s

Ushers are an vital ingredient of the spiritual ceremonies at a wedding. Sometimes, most reception desk layouts encompass a protracted, rectangular high table for the bridal get together and several other round tables unfold out throughout the room for guests. If most of your family and friends dwell in California, however you and your fiance plan to be married in New York, a delayed reception in your hometown would make plenty of sense.

If the bride’s dad and mom are nonetheless married, they’d do that collectively, but if they aren’t, the father of the bride ought to take the time to succeed in out to the groom’s household on his own. There were fairly a few wedding dresses there but I had been on the lookout for something in the burgundy household of colours.

To at the present time, the cup continues to be used for weddings and anniversary toasts … Read More