Posted by webmaster on 2006/8/4 20:15:00 (6112 reads)

Los Angeles Business from bizjournals - 11:44 AM PDT Friday
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A majority of Los Angles Business readers did not think that Disney's "Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest" would beat movies like "Titanic" and "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King" to make it to the top of the all-time box office records.

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Posted by webmaster on 2006/7/19 10:16:00 (5209 reads)

Well-wishers applauded the return of SS Nomadic in a welcome ceremony beside the Odyssey Arena yesterday evening.

Blazing sunshine bathed the scene as the historic vessel, mounted high on a submersible barge, took pride of place at the mouth of the River Lagan.

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Posted by webmaster on 2006/7/5 8:19:00 (9835 reads)

A new paraody using real material has been going around and must be shared.

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Posted by webmaster on 2006/5/8 18:13:08 (20236 reads)



Brookline, Massachusetts, The rare Titanic Deckchair failed to sell in an auction this sunday, The highest bid did not meet the minimum treshold set by the anonymouse seller.

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Posted by webmaster on 2006/5/7 20:28:49 (13616 reads)

Brookline, Massachusetts, The rare Titanic Deckchair is expected to fetch up to 110,000 us$ auctioned at its annual Marine Paintings, Ship Models, Scrimshaw and Ocean Liner Memorabilia Sale at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts, on Sunday, 7 May 2006 by
Bonhams

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Posted by webmaster on 2006/5/7 19:32:07 (39118 reads)

BOSTON (AP) Lillian Gertrud Asplund, the last American survivor of the Titanic disaster, has died at her home in Shrewsbury. She was 99.

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Posted by webmaster on 2006/5/2 21:35:18 (8415 reads)

Read complete story at reuters.co.uk link

LAS VEGAS (Hollywood Reporter) - "Titanic" director James Cameron, warning that Hollywood is "in a fight for survival," wants the movie industry to offer films in digital 3-D to counteract declining sales and rampant piracy.

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Posted by Anonymous on 2006/5/2 21:30:12 (8454 reads)

Ninety six years after the fateful night when the world’s worst shipping disaster took place – the sinking of RMS Titanic - Bonhams & Butterfields will auction an original deckchair from the ship at its annual Marine Paintings, Ship Models, Scrimshaw and Ocean Liner Memorabilia Sale at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts, on Sunday, 7 May 2006.

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Posted by webmaster on 2006/4/29 22:36:00 (6315 reads)

From Bbc.co.uk

A collection of memorabilia from the Titanic is believed to have broken a world record at auction.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/12/6 14:21:37 (27928 reads)

ATLANTA, Dec. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Premier Exhibitions, Inc.
(OTC Bulletin Board: PXHB) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary
RMS Titanic, Inc. opened its blockbuster exhibition "Titanic: The Artifact
Exhibition" in the A/T Exhibition Center in Seoul, South Korea.

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Posted by Anonymous on 2005/9/11 17:05:38 (36752 reads)

A trio of Titanic postcards, from a Vancouver estate, are being sold in All Nations' auction #523, at the downtown Vancouver Bay coin and stamp department, on Saturday July 30, 2005, at 1230PM PST. Scans and details are available on the auction portion of All Nations' website at http://www.allnationsstampandcoin.com. Bidders can participate by phone, fax, email, or in person, at the store. There is no buyer's premium in this sale. The R.M.S. Titanic, a supposedly unsinkable luxury liner, filled with many wealthy Americans, but also poorer Europeans seeking a better life in the new world, struck an iceberg about 400 miles from Newfoundland, and sank with the loss of over 1500 lives, on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York.
The wreck of the Titanic was found by Dr. Robert Ballard in 1985. The story of the Titanic was popularized by the award winning James Cameron film, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, in 1997.
Lot #79 is a vintage black and white picture postcard dated 1 May 1912, not long after the April 14, 15, 1912 sinking. The halfpenny stamped card to Mrs.
Stafford shows a night scene of the Titanic, lowering lifeboats amid icebergs, and is inscribed The sinking of the White Star Liner Titanic April 15, 1912 1650 passengers and crew lost. On the back the sender has written, "Dear Mother, Am sending this card of the Titanic as the shops down here seem full of them. I went to Southampton docks last night & saw the Olympic...(sister ship to the Titanic returning to the place the Titanic had set sail from only three weeks before.) Lot #80 is a vintage black and white unsent postcard with a defaced message on the back. The card front shows a steaming Titanic with a portrait of bandsman Mr. W. Hartley at the top right, the words to the last hymn "Nearer my God to Thee.," and the annotation as played by the brave bandsmen as she sank. The legend further reads The greatest disaster in maratime (sic) history, the loss of the S.S. Titanic on 14th April 1912 by striking an iceberg. More details are written on the back, though they are partially obscured by inkpen graffiti. Lot #81 is a modern card showing the First Class Smoking Room of the Titanic and it was signed by Walter Lord, authour of A Night to Remember, in 1993. Walter Lord's 1955 story of the Titanic's sinking was made into a 1958 film also called A Night to Remember. The sinking of the Titanic continues to fascinate and horrify students of maritime history today.


Posted by strider_uk on 2005/9/11 17:05:18 (20432 reads)

At long last plans for the Titanic Tourist Project for Belfast has been unveiled. The £100m plans include Exhibitions, a Hotel, a Conference Centre, a replica of the Arrol Gantry and a full scale model in the Thompson Dry Dock, which will be lit up at night.

Hopefully it will be open for business in time for the 100th anniversary of her maiden voyage in 2012.
For more details, check out the news report.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/4141684.stm


strider_uk


Posted by webmaster on 2005/8/23 21:39:08 (53478 reads)

LONDON (Reuters) - Explorers have found a previously unknown site scattered with artefacts from the Titanic that could shed new light on the final moments of the world's most famous ocean liner.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/7/21 23:36:50 (38923 reads)

On Monday, we returned from a highly successful scientific research expedition to RMS Titanic. In the course of processing the high quality digital video shot on Titanic last week, two startling observations of note were discovered. As more of this film is processed, I am sure that we will find many new changes to the morphological structure of Titanic.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/7/18 18:32:00 (48293 reads)

JAMES CAMERON MAKES HIS FINAL AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE EXPEDITION TO TITANIC IN DISCOVERY CHANNEL’S ORIGINAL SPECIAL

-- Never-before-seen areas of ship revealed in

James Cameron, Oscar-winning writer/director/producer of the blockbuster film Titanic, will make his last trip to the doomed ship this summer as part of an unprecedented television event. LAST MYSTERIES OF THE TITANIC, a poignant farewell to the most spectacular shipwreck in history, will have its world premiere Sunday, July 24th at 9 PM on Discovery Channel.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/7/3 21:20:06 (48790 reads)

The shoes that belonged to an "supposedly" unknown child that was found by staff on the rescue ship MacKay-Bennet searching the titanic site for survivors or corpses in 1912 suddenly showed up in Nova Scotia Museum.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/6/27 22:30:16 (27025 reads)

The star Leonardo DiCaprio from the blockbuster hit Titanic was hit by a beer bottle on the forehead above his left eye, A doctor said that such an accident could cause him to die if hit harder or in a different angle.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/6/20 18:34:00 (14037 reads)

20 June 2005


Belfast Operatic's ground-breaking production of "Titanic" the Musical has garnered the company five awards in this year's AIMS competition. The 2004-05 season's results were announced at the AIMS annual awards banquet in Killarney on 18 June 2005.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/6/19 13:01:03 (14134 reads)


Nautical Research Group will be returning to explore the wrecksite of RMS Titanic this July. The goal of our scientific research is to examine the deterioration of Titanic and explore mechanisms that would assist in the preservation of the wreck site. The objectives of our study will be to provide comparative photometric examination of the natural decay processes that are occuring on the ship. The crux of this study would involve the analysis of the structural integrity of the ship with emphasis on microbial decay and areas where the steel infrastructure has been compromised. Additionally, we will be looking for evidence of unauthorized visits to Titanic that may have disturbed or damaged the ship.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/6/10 9:44:24 (20642 reads)

SILVER SPRING, Md., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- James Cameron, Oscar-winning
writer/director/producer of the blockbuster film Titanic, will make his last
trip to the doomed ship this summer as part of an unprecedented television
event. LAST MYSTERIES OF THE TITANIC, a poignant farewell to the most
spectacular shipwreck in history, will have its world premiere Sunday, July
24th at 9 PM on Discovery Channel.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/5/24 15:31:52 (5002 reads)

Nautical Research Group President Elected to Penn State Eberly College of Science Alumni Board of Directors

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/5/19 16:59:14 (18853 reads)

Ship-Shaped Building Will Display More Than 400 Artifacts


This Summer, an enchanting, one of a kind, 17,000 square foot, ship-shaped attraction will open in Branson, Missouri. “Titanic: The Legend Continues” will house hundreds of never before seen artifacts and will allow visitors to truly “experience” the Titanic.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/5/5 19:27:00 (25057 reads)

A shipyard in belfast that is planned to be built can become a monument to the Titanic.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/4/4 17:41:26 (20779 reads)

Ever since the world's worst maritime disaster unfolded on the night of April 14, 1912, the story of the ill-fated ocean liner, RMS Titanic, has managed to capture the hearts and minds of generations of people. On May 1, 2005, Bonhams & Butterfields will bring together some of the most important and scarce artefacts from the doomed vessel for sale at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/4/4 17:23:48 (16844 reads)

Original technical plans for the crane used to build the Titanic have been discovered in Northern Ireland.

The linen-backed plans are the only known copies in existence.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/3/31 22:03:19 (8022 reads)

Upcoming auction at Haldridge and sons on April 8th 2005

http://www.titanic.com/modules/agendax/index.php?op=view&id=3

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/3/2 15:34:10 (9403 reads)

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/story.jsp?story=615899

Over 20 events are to be held in Belfast to celebrate and commemorate the Titanic in a special festival which starts this month.

Lord Mayor Tom Ekin visited the site of the city's first shipyard this morning to announce details of the city council's fourth annual 'Titanic - Made in Belfast' programme.


Posted by webmaster on 2005/2/21 0:31:12 (18760 reads)

According to Scotland on Sunday, a watch will be revealed by a living survivor this week.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/2/14 0:01:00 (15218 reads)

One of Belfast's most famous exports will come home this May, when Titanic the Musical arrives in the city.

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Posted by webmaster on 2005/2/8 10:22:55 (7173 reads)

Premier Exhibitions Inc, Formely RMS Titanic Online, has announced an 231% increase in revenue.

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