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2020.12.02 23:17 redit202 I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project Weekly Update & Lane Closure Alert - December 2nd, 2020

I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project Weekly Update & Lane Closure Alert - December 2nd, 2020

WEEKLY PROJECT UPDATE

DECEMBER 2, 2020

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OPEN INTERACTIVE MAP

I-95 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

Core of the I-395/SR 836/I-95 Interchange looking north
  • Concrete pavement replacement on I-95 from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street
  • Ongoing replacement of approach slabs on I-95 from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street

I-95 CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 - Up to four lanes on southbound I-95 from NW 29 Street to NW 8 Street will be closed nightly between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Fridays and Saturdays will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m.
  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 - Up to four lanes on northbound I-95 will be closed nightly from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Fridays and Saturdays will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m.

SOUTHBOUND 95 EXPRESS CLOSURE

  • THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 - All southbound 95 Express Lanes will be closed from the Golden Glades Interchange to SR 112 between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Friday and Saturday will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m.

DIVERSION OF NORTHBOUND I-95 TRAFFIC TO EXIT 4A

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12- All three travel lanes on northbound I-95 will be closed just north of SR 836 between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. on Monday through Thursday, and between the hours of 11 p.m. and 8 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Drivers traveling on northbound I-95 will be diverted to the eastbound I-195 ramp (Exit 4A) just after SR 836 to reconnect with northbound I-95 at approximately NW 23 Street.
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE TRAFFIC DIVERSION PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SOUTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO WESTBOUND SR 836 DETOUR

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 - The southbound I-95 ramp to westbound SR 836 will be closed as needed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closures on Friday and Saturday will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue south on I-95
    • Exit at SW 7 Street/Brickell Avenue (Exit 1B), then turn left at SW 8 Street
    • Enter the northbound I-95 ramp, then access the ramp to westbound SR 836
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SOUTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO EASTBOUND I-395 DETOUR

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9 - The southbound I-95 ramp to eastbound I-395 will be closed as needed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue south on I-95, exit at NW 8 Street (Exit 3B)
    • Turn left on NW 8 Street, continue east on NW 8 Street
    • Turn left at Biscayne Boulevard to access the A1A North/Miami Beach Ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

EASTBOUND SR 112 AND WESTBOUND I-195 RAMP TO SOUTHBOUND I-95 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 - The eastbound SR 112 and westbound I-195 ramps to southbound I-95 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue north on I-95 and exit at NW 62 Street
    • Turn left at NW 62 Street to access the southbound I-95 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SOUTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO NW 8 STREET DETOUR

  • THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 - The southbound I-95 ramp to NW 8 Street will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue south on I-95, then exit at the SW 7 Street/Brickell Avenue (Exit 1B) ramp
    • Continue to SW 8 Street, then turn left to access the northbound I-95 ramp
    • Continue north on I-95 and exit at the NW 2 Street/Arena (Exit 2B) ramp
    • Continue north on NW 3 Avenue to connect with NW 8 Street
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

EASTBOUND NW 20 STREET LANE CLOSURE

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9 - One eastbound lane on NW 20 Street will be closed from NW 6 Place to NW 5 Place between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

I-395 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

Bridge segment installation west of NE 1 Avenue for the new I-395
  • Nighttime Auger Cast Pile (ACP) operations east of Biscayne Boulevard and south of NE 13 Street
  • Dewatering of center pile foundation to begin construction of footer
  • Construction of bridge foundations and piers adjacent to I-395 from North Bayshore Drive to NW 3 Avenue
  • Placement of bridge segment west of NE 1 Avenue just north of I-395
  • Second crew installing bridge segments west of NW 1 Avenue and south of I-395
  • Signature Bridge center pier footer construction north of I-395 between Biscayne Boulevard and NE 2 Avenue

I-395 MAINLINE LANE CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - One lane on mainline eastbound I-395 will be closed from I-95 to Biscayne Boulevard between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Saturday will be implemented between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.
  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - One lane on mainline westbound I-395 will be closed from I-95 to Biscayne Boulevard between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Saturday will be implemented between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.

WESTBOUND I-395 RAMP TO SOUTHBOUND I-95

  • THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 - The westbound I-395 ramp to southbound I-95 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Go north on I-95, then exit at NW 62 Street
    • Turn left at NW 62 Street to access the southbound I-95 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NORTH MIAMI AVENUE DETOUR

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 14 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19 - North Miami Avenue will be closed from NW 13 Street to NW 14 Street between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Go east on NE 14 Street, then turn right on NE 2 Avenue
    • Turn right on NE 11 Street to connect with North Miami Avenue
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

LONG-TERM CLOSURE OF NW 1 PLACE

  • NW 1 Place will remain continuously closed until further notice from NW 13 Street to NW 14 Street. The long-term closure is necessary to allow the contractor to safely continue the construction of the new I-395 bridges. NW 1 Court is an alternate route.
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SR 836 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

Footer construction on SR 836 just west of NW 17 Avenue for the new SR 836 double-decked section
  • Ongoing ACP operations between NW South River Drive and NW 17 Avenue
  • Foundation construction in the median area of SR 836 between NW 17 Avenue and the toll gantry
  • Pile driving activity adjacent to NW 7 Avenue between NW 14 Street and NW 15 Street
  • Bridge widening activities from NW 10 Avenue to I-95
  • Widening activities at the eastbound SR 836 ramp to northbound I-95
  • Ongoing casting of bridge caps

SR 836 LANE CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - Two lanes on eastbound SR 836 from NW 17 Avenue to I-95 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closures on Fridays will be implemented between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.
  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - Two westbound lanes on SR 836 from I-95 to NW 17 Avenue will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closures on Fridays will be implemented between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

EASTBOUND SR 836 RAMP TO NORTHBOUND I-95 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 - The eastbound SR 836 ramp to northbound I-95 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue east on I-395
    • Exit at NE 2 Avenue/Biscayne Boulevard (Exit 2A)
    • Turn right on NE 2 Avenue, then turn right on NE 11 Street
    • Turn right on NE 1 Avenue to access the I-95 south ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

EASTBOUND SR 836 RAMP TO SOUTHBOUND I-95

  • THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 - The eastbound SR 836 ramp to southbound I-95 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Access the ramp to NW 8 Street
    • Continue south on NW 3 Court to access the I-95 south ramp after NW 2 Street
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NORTHBOUND NW 12 AVENUE RAMP TO EASTBOUNDSR 836 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 - The northbound NW 12 Avenue ramp to eastbound SR 836 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue north on NW 12 Avenue, then turn left on NW 12 Street
    • Turn right on NW 13 Avenue, then turn right on NW 14 Street
    • Turn right on NW 12 Avenue to access the southbound NW 12 Avenue entrance ramp to SR 836 east
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NW 7 AVENUE LANE CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - One southbound lane on NW 7 Avenue will remain continuously closed from NW 14 Street to NW 15 Street until 8 a.m. on Friday, December 11. A second southbound lane will be closed between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. During the closure of the second lane, drivers will be diverted to the median lane until they clear the work zone.

DAYTIME LANE CLOSURE OF NW 17 AVENUE

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 - One lane on northbound NW 17 Avenue from NW 8 Terrace to NW South River Drive will be closed between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

NW 17 AVENUE RAMP TO WESTBOUND SR 836

  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - The northbound NW 17 Avenue ramp to westbound SR 836 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers on NW 17 Avenue going west on SR 836 can:
    • Go west on NW 7 Street
    • Turn right on NW 27 Avenue to access the westbound SR 836 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.
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2020.12.02 22:09 I_did_dit Jerry Bruckheimer lists Miami Beach penthouse for $17M

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2020.12.02 21:03 mattyd54321 Relocating

Hey all, I (21M) am looking to relocate from Long Island about an hour outside NYC where I was born and raised to South Florida with my friends (21M) (23F) and recently got back from a trip to see which area I liked best. I ended up coming back more confused than before. I have narrowed it down (I think) to Jupiter, PBG, West Palm Beach and Miami. I know Miami is an absolute curve ball in there but I really ended up liking South Beach and Wynwood. I am looking to get a house and not a condo under 500k so keep that in mind
My business allows me the freedom to work from wherever so commuting is not a problem. I am going to be home pretty much everyday.
Things I love and are important to me: Fitness (pick up games of soccer, basketball, running nice parks/areas), The Ocean (I have a jetski), Nature, some decent parks, Proximity to Ocean, Safety (funky neighborhoods are fine), personal appearance, proximity to decent MMA gym, Good and fun Restaurants.
The summers don't really matter to me because I will not be be there for it.
I thought going and staying would help me but only made the choice even harder, I would appreciate any pros-cons or even experiences living there and what you think would fit me best. I appreciate any and all feedback!
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2020.12.02 21:03 mattyd54321 Relocating from NY to South Florida

Hey all, I (21M) am looking to relocate from Long Island about an hour outside NYC where I was born and raised to South Florida with my friends (21M) (23F) and recently got back from a trip to see which area I liked best. I ended up coming back more confused than before. I have narrowed it down (I think) to Jupiter, PBG, West Palm Beach and Miami. I know Miami is an absolute curve ball in there but I really ended up liking South Beach and Wynwood. I am looking to get a house and not a condo under 500k so keep that in mind
My business allows me the freedom to work from wherever so commuting is not a problem. I am going to be home pretty much everyday.
Things I love and are important to me: Fitness (pick up games of soccer, basketball, running nice parks/areas), The Ocean (I have a jetski), Nature, some decent parks, Proximity to Ocean, Safety (funky neighborhoods are fine), personal appearance, proximity to decent MMA gym, Good and fun Restaurants.
The summers don't really matter to me because I will not be be there for it.
I thought going and staying would help me but only made the choice even harder, I would appreciate any pros-cons or even experiences living there and what you think would fit me best. I appreciate any and all feedback!
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2020.12.02 21:01 mattyd54321 Relocating to Florida

Hey all, I (21M) am looking to relocate from Long Island about an hour outside NYC where I was born and raised to South Florida with my friends (21M) (23F) and recently got back from a trip to see which area I liked best. I ended up coming back more confused than before. I have narrowed it down (I think) to Jupiter, PBG, West Palm Beach and Miami. I know Miami is an absolute curve ball in there but I really ended up liking South Beach and Wynwood. I am looking to get a house and not a condo under 500k so keep that in mind
My business allows me the freedom to work from wherever so commuting is not a problem. I am going to be home pretty much everyday.
Things I love and are important to me: Fitness (pick up games of soccer, basketball, running nice parks/areas), The Ocean (I have a jetski), Nature, some decent parks, Proximity to Ocean, Safety (funky neighborhoods are fine), personal appearance, proximity to decent MMA gym, Good and fun Restaurants.
The summers don't really matter to me because I will not be be there for it.
I thought going and staying would help me but only made the choice even harder, I would appreciate any pros-cons or even experiences living there and what you think would fit me best. I appreciate any and all feedback!
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2020.12.02 20:59 mattyd54321 Relocating to South Florida

Hey all, I (21M) am looking to relocate from Long Island about an hour outside NYC where I was born and raised to South Florida with my friends (21M) (23F) and recently got back from a trip to see which area I liked best. I ended up coming back more confused than before. I have narrowed it down (I think) to Jupiter, PBG, West Palm Beach and Miami. I know Miami is an absolute curve ball in there but I really ended up liking South Beach and Wynwood. I am looking to get a house and not a condo under 500k so keep that in mind
My business allows me the freedom to work from wherever so commuting is not a problem. I am going to be home pretty much everyday.
Things I love and are important to me: Fitness (pick up games of soccer, basketball, running nice parks/areas), The Ocean (I have a jetski), Nature, some decent parks, Proximity to Ocean, Safety (funky neighborhoods are fine), personal appearance, proximity to decent MMA gym, Good and fun Restaurants.
The summers don't really matter to me because I will not be be there for it.

I thought going and staying would help me but only made the choice even harder, I would appreciate any pros-cons or even experiences living there and what you think would fit me best. I appreciate any and all feedback!
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2020.12.02 20:53 JauneSiriusWhut Lamborghini Gallardo & Murcielago specials

Gallardo Superleggera
2008
Singapore - Grey
Frankfurt am Main - Yellow
2009
Singapore - White
2011
Sao Paulo - Orange
Hong Kong - Orange
2013
Dietikon - Black
2015
Hardenberg - White
2016
Brampton - White
2018
Burlingame - Grey
2019
Kitzbühel - Grey

Gallardo LP550-2 Valentino Balboni
2011
Beverly Hills - Silver
Naples - Yellow
Hong Kong - White
2015
Vancouver - White
2016
Tokyo - Orange
2019
Singapore - Orange

Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera
2011
Singapore - Green
Hong Kong - Yellow
2012
Singapore - White
2013
Stafa - White
2014
Toronto - Black
2015
West Vancouver - Gold
2016
Toronto - Blue
Bournemouth - Green
Alexandria - Yellow
2018
Singapore - Orange
Singapore - Pink
Singapore - White
2019
Singapore - Green
Singapore - Orange
Singapore - White
Nice - White
Vancouver - Black

Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera Edizione Tecnica
2019
Taipei - Black

Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante
2012
Cannes - Orange
2014
Edinburgh - White
2015
Scottsdale - Orange
London - White
London - White
Kobe - White
2016
London - Black
London - Orange
Albuquerque - Orange
2017
North Bergen - Black
2018
Vancouver - Green

Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo
2014
Dubai - Red
2016
Vancouver - Red

Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce
2011
Singapore - Orange
Richmond - White
2012
Singapore - Black
London - Blue
Paris - Grey
2014
Miami Beach - White
2017
Vancouver - Black
2018
Bellevue - Orange
2019
Singapore - Orange
Paris - White
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2020.12.02 20:52 JauneSiriusWhut Lamborghini Huracan, Aventador & Hypercar(s) special!

The previous special has been split up due to a limited amount of characters. It's still all here (and there)!

Aventador LP720-4 50 Anniversario
2014
Beverly Hills - Grey
Miami Beach - Yellow
2015
Beverly Hills - Yellow
2017
Toronto - Grey
2018
Singapore - Yellow

Aventador LP720-4 50 Anniversario Roadster
2015
Beverly Hills - White
2017
Paris - Yellow
London - Red
London - Red
London - White
2020
Stockholm - White

Aventador LP750-4 Super Veloce
2016
London - Red
Beverly Hills - Orange
London - Yellow
Cannes - White
2017
Vancouver - Black
London - Purple
Tokyo - Red
London - Covered
New York - White
Aventura - Yellow
2018
Los Angeles - Red
Boca Raton - Grey
Osaka - Yellow
Singapore - Yellow
2019
Alderley Edge - Black
Huntington Beach - Black
Verona - Red
London - Yellow
Hong Kong - Yellow
Singapore - Yellow
Los Angeles - Yellow
2020
Miami Beach - Blue
Tokyo - Green
Sutton Coldfield - Yellow

Aventador LP750-4 Roadster Super Veloce
2016
London - Black
London - Blue
Highway - Grey
2017
Cannes - Blue
Paris - White
Malibu - White
2018
Bromley - Black
Orpington (same as above) - Black
London - White
Los Angeles - White
2019
London - Black
London - Black
Tokyo - Blue
Soesterberg - White
Miami - Yellow

Aventador Miura Edition
2018
Toronto - Red

Aventador SVJ
2019
Marbella - Covered
Benhavis - Red
Bury - Blue
Tokyo - Green
Bologna - Purple
New York City - White
2020
Tokyo - Orange
Sydney - Yellow

Aventador SVJ Roadster
2020
England - Green
Mexico-City - Yellow

Huracan Avio
2016
Moscow - Grey
2017
Willowbrook - Blue
2018
Singapore - Blue
2019
Tokyo - Blue

Huracan Performante
2017
Atlanta - Grey
2018
Brighton - Black
Dallas - Black
Atlanta - Blue
Montreal - Green
Vaughan - Green
Desenzano del Garda - Green
Oud Gastel - Green
Gardone Riviera - Grey
Auckland - Orange
Millbrae - Orange
Miami Beach - Orange
Naples - Orange
Calabasas - White
2019
Wrotham - Black
Toronto - Black
Sydney - Blue
Pettnau - Green
Markham - Green
Toronto - Green
Los Angeles - Green
Sydney - Green
London - Grey
Sint Pete Beach - Grey
Cannes - Orange
Vancouver - Purple
Hong Kong - Purple
Milan - White
Beverly Hills - White
Barcelona - White
2020
Scottsdale - Wrapped

Huracan Performante Spyder
2018
Toronto - White
London - White
2019
Italy - Blue
London - Green
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin - Grey
Los Angeles - Grey
Los Gatos - Grey
Boca Raton - Grey
Mougins - Red
Milan - White
Italy - White
West Hollywood - White
Miami - White
2020
Gateshead - Blue
Tokyo - White

Bonus: Centenario!
2017
West Hollywood - Grey
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2020.12.02 19:46 Mama_dearest [Sell/Swap][US] Make me an offer! AETHER, ABH, ARTIST COUTURE, CLINIQUE, COLOURED RAINE, ELF, HIPDOT, JUVIAS PLACE, KALEDIOS, LAURA MERCIER, NARS, NOMAD, SCOTT BARNES, SHIESIDO, SYDNEY GRACE, UOMA and single shadow bundle

PayPal G&S only. Shipping is included in prices. US based only. $15 minimum.
I am really looking to get rid of my stuff so please make me an offer!! BUNDLES WILL BE DISCOUNTED!
I am happy to look at Swap Lists but I am being pretty picky right now. Here is what I am looking for currently
I will hold items for 1 hour before moving to NIL. If you change your mind, no problem at all. Just let me know please so I can get the item to the next person. Please don’t ghost me.
New items added than that’s in the title! Also posted over at /beautyswap and /makeupexchange
I use mobile so I’m sorry if you try to message/chat me and I don’t see it. Please stick to comments and I’ll PM you when we settle on a deal.
AETHER
ABH NORVINA COLLECTION
ARTIST COUTURE
CLINIQUE
COLOURED RAINE
ELF
HIPDOT
JUVIAS PLACE
KALEIDOS
LAURA MERCIER
NARS
NOMAD COSMETICS
SCOTT BARNES
SHISEIDO
SYDNEY GRACE
TARTE
UOMA BEAUTY
SINGLE SHADOWS BUNDLE
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2020.12.02 19:45 Mama_dearest [Sell/Swap][US] Make me an offer! AETHER, ABH, ARTIST COUTURE, CLINIQUE, COLOURED RAINE, ELF, HIPDOT, JUVIAS PLACE, KALEDIOS, LAURA MERCIER, NARS, NOMAD, SCOTT BARNES, SHIESIDO, SYDNEY GRACE, UOMA and single shadow bundle

PayPal G&S only. Shipping is included in prices. US based only. $15 minimum.
I am really looking to get rid of my stuff so please make me an offer!! BUNDLES WILL BE DISCOUNTED!
I am happy to look at Swap Lists but I am being pretty picky right now. Here is what I am looking for currently
I will hold items for 1 hour before moving to NIL. If you change your mind, no problem at all. Just let me know please so I can get the item to the next person. Please don’t ghost me.
New items added than that’s in the title! Also posted over at /makeupexchange and /dramafreemue
I use mobile so I’m sorry if you try to message/chat me and I don’t see it. Please stick to comments and I’ll PM you when we settle on a deal.
AETHER
ABH NORVINA COLLECTION
ARTIST COUTURE
CLINIQUE
COLOURED RAINE
ELF
HIPDOT
JUVIAS PLACE
KALEIDOS
LAURA MERCIER
NARS
NOMAD COSMETICS
SCOTT BARNES
SHISEIDO
SYDNEY GRACE
TARTE
UOMA BEAUTY
SINGLE SHADOWS BUNDLE
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2020.12.02 19:28 TandMunicornsearch MF4F Young couple in Miami, FL looking for a female. No couples or Men

We are a fit, attractive, mid-20’s couple looking for a clean, open minded girl in her 20’s (21+ preferred) to have our first threesome with. We’re located in Miami, Fl.
We’re open to hanging out and hitting the beach or a bar to get to know each other first.
M: 6ft athletic, tan skin, dark hair F: 5’3” athletic/curvy, big boobs, tan skin, dark hair
DM if interested in exchanging information for verification of identity and pictures.
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2020.12.02 17:35 Jean_des_Esseintes Deep Dive into Biorem (BRM.V, BIRMF) - Extreme Value with Exponential Upside

The Basics


Company Name: BIOREM Inc.
Ticker: BRM.V (listed on TSX Venture)
Price: $0.395
Shares Outstanding: 38.66 million
Market Cap: $16.2 million
Working Capital: $9.8 million
TTM Revenue: $20.8 million
TTM Adjusted Ebitda: $1.1 million
Current Backlog: $35.6 million

Background


Since 1991 Biorem has been a designer and supplier of biological odour control systems. The technology Biorem employs was developed at the University of Waterloo. To date they have over 1200 systems installed worldwide. Biorem is capable of providing a complete suite of services from design, build, and implementation. Biorem's engineered biofilters that are much more effective and efficient than organic solutions like wood chips and compost. They have current installations that are now over 20 years old and have not needed any replacement nor significant maintenance. Biorem's customers range from petrochemical companies to municipal waste treatment centres.

The Value Opportunity


At the end of fiscal year 2010, a decade ago, Biorem had revenue of $17 million and an EDITDA loss of $2.5 million as they were at the time still heavily investing in sales and marketing plus research and development. The balance sheet was mostly clean, $800K in cash, $1.8 million in long term debt. Backlog was $12.1 million. Biorem closed 2010 with an enterprise value of $7.6 million.
At the end of fiscal year 2015, five years ago, Biorem had revenue of $16.9 million and EBITDA of $2.2 million. The balance sheet was still pretty clean with $2.7 million in cash and $2.9 million in long term debt. Backlog was $16.7 million. Biorem closed 2015 with an enterprise value of $9.9 million.
Now fast forward to today. Biorem has TTM revenue of $20.8 million and EBITDA of $1.1 million. The balance sheet is fully loaded with $9.4 million in cash and zero debt. Backlog is $35.4 million and its enterprise value is currently $6.8 million, it's cheapest in over 6 years.
There is no doubt that investing in Biorem requires some patience. Their revenues can be lumpy and gross margins can fluctuate depending on the type of work they are doing and how competitive the bid process was. However, over the last 5 years there has been a consistent trend upwards both in terms of backlog and revenue recognition. Margins have generally remained the 22-26% range.
It finally appeared that Biorem was going to break out early this year with a flurry of new orders but then Covid-19 hit. Due to supply chain issues and project delays some orders have been pushed out into the last quarter of this year and into next year, As a result revenue recognition this year has diverged significantly from their backlog
Historically, Biorem's annual revenues tend to mirror their backlog. For example their backlog entering 2019 was $21.8 million and 2019 revenue was $20.6 million. Looking out over the next 12 months, Biorem should be able to recognize at least $30 million of their backlog. At 22% gross margin this would lead to $6.6 million gross profit. At 26% margin it would lead to $7.8 million gross profit. Operating expenses are pretty stable so any increase in gross margin will flow through to the bottom line. For operating expenses sales and marketing runs around $2 million annually and general and administrative at $2.6 million. So pre-tax income for the next 12 months should be in the range of $2 million to $3.2 million. Biorem's market cap ex-cash is $5.6 million so we're looking at an ex-cash P/E below 3 going forward. And this is for a company with zero debt.

The Growth Opportunity


With zero debt and a forward P/E ex-cash under 3, this may scream melting ice cube, but that could not be further from the truth. Taking a 3 year average for revenue to smooth out some of the lumpiness due to timing of contracts, Biorem's revenue trajectory since 2015 has been:
$15.7 million (2013-15 average)
$14.5 million (2014-16 average)
$18.5 million (2015-17 average)
$20.9 million (2016-18 average)
$22.5 million (2017-19 average)
Doing the same for end of year backlog the numbers are:
$13.6 million (2013-15 average)
$16.0 million (2014-16 average)
$17.7 million (2015-17 average)
$19.4 million (2016-18 average)
$23.9 million (2017-19 average)
And right now the current backlog is $35.4 million, the highest it has been in Biorem's history.
What has led to this growth over the last 5 years? There are two main drivers;
1) There has definitely been a trend towards green initiatives and protecting the environment. Biorem's odour control solutions not only prevent nasty smells from polluting our senses but they also prevent harmful gases (the cause of these odours) from being released into the nearby environs. Many of Biorem's customers are city facilities and chemical facilities located in densely populated areas where prioritizing clean air is becoming more in vogue.
2) Much of Biorem's sales and marketing spend in its early years was getting their foot in the door, trialing a system with a potentially large customer and proving that their solution was better than the alternatives. Miami Beach is a great case study where Biorem was awarded a contract in 2016 to provide odour control for a waste water pump station. Earlier this year Miami Beach needed to replace obsolete systems at three more pump stations. They gave Biorem an $850K contract to do the work as Biorem's original system was working flawlessly and the city believed it would be best to standardize all the odour control systems in the city. They had so much confidence in Biorem's capability that they passed a resolution to waive the formal competitive bidding process. You can read more about it here http://docmgmt.miamibeachfl.gov/WebLink/DocView.aspx?id=258954&dbid=0&repo=CityClerk&cr=1
And the order flow just keeps coming as Biorem just announced last month that they received two more contracts from the city of Miami totalling $2.4 million.
Will the growth continue?
This is a resounding yes. I believe Biorem has hit an inflection point. Besides Miami, Biorem has also received in the last month follow on orders from the city of Montreal. They have proven to build long-lasting effective systems that require pretty much no maintenance once installed. Large customers have shown they prefer dealing with a single company to fulfill their needs. This could ultimately lead to exponential growth. And the current environment (Biden winning presidency, increased infrastructure spending, the desire for green cities) is prime for this growth.
But there is also optionality for Biorem outside of North America. Currently the U.S. and Canada represent about 85% of Biorem's sales. The remainder is mostly from China. In 2016 a subsidiary of TUS Holdings, a multi-billion dollar Chinese holding company, purchased Biorem's convertible debentures from a VC fund. The debentures were converted into common shares giving the subsidiary of TUS a 65% stake in Biorem. This was a strategic investment to introduce Biorem's technology to China where the need for environmental controls is quite pressing. Since 2016 Biorem's sales to China have been pretty spotty. But of note they did just secure $2.2 million in new orders last month including a follow on order with Sinopec. The potential is there and everything is aligned; I believe it's just a matter of when the Chinese business takes off.

What will it take for Biorem to lift off?


1) Consistent earnings momentum
Revenue has historically been lumpy on a quarterly basis. Over the years it hasn't been unusual for Biorem to release a few lacklustre quarters due to project delays or lower margins due to product mix and then follow it up with a monster quarter that essentially plays catch up. For example Q4 of 2018 had revenue of $10.9 million and EBITDA of $1.4 million compared to the previous 3 quarters of $13.4 million revenue and $0.4 million EBITDA. It was a great year with $23.4 million revenue and $1.8 million EBITDA but for the first 3 quarters investors were disappointed. And after a monster 4th quarter the next few quarters were just going to look weak in comparison. I don't know what the solution to this problem is. Biorem's last quarter was on the weak side but they have already guided to a very strong 4th quarter. Of note Xebec Absorption has been suffering the same problems as Biorem this year with supply chain issues and on-site work and travel being compromised by Covid-19.
2) Eyeballs
The stock is cheap. It is growing. Value + growth is extremely rare. And then it is also in the right space. Xebec has similar margins, 3x more revenue, 2.5x higher backlog, and yet a market cap of $638 million, or 42x that of Biorem's. But everyone reading this knows of Xebec. Biorem's public float is only about 13 million shares. It won't take much to move the share price to a more reasonable valuation. A few eyeballs will do the trick, whether it's a couple small funds or a bevy of retail investors looking for deals in a hot sector. It's been years but I think Biorem is destined to have its day in the sun soon.
3) Acquisitions/Special Dividend/Substantial Issuer Bid
$9.4 million in cash, no debt. Potentially adding $2 million to $3 million annually going forward. Something needs to be done with the cash and this could be a potential catalyst.
4) TakeovePrivatization
Something has to give at some point. The Chinese company, TUS Holdings, paid $0.345 per share in 2016 for their majority stake. Biorem is a tiny holding for them but I don't think they would be happy with their current return. I don't know whether they would be interested in buying out the minority shareholders for a premium or maybe they would consider selling their stake to the right bid. A company like Xebec could be a suitor. It wouldn't be a huge purchase for them but it would fit in nicely with their offerings.

Conclusion
I started buying Biorem in 2015. I have always sought out companies with very little following and promotion. I look for companies generating cash with strong balance sheets and room to expand their valuations with very little downside. Biorem reminds me a lot of Evergreen Gaming (TNA.V) , another company I heavily invested in. Evergreen at the time had enough cash and hard assets to cover their debt. They were also generating 2 cents/share in cash annually. The stock was trading at 5 cents. With some operational improvement within 4 years they were now generating 4 cents/share annually and tangible book value had increased to 15 cents/share. The stock had risen from 5 cents to 40 cents. Biorem may not be quite as cheap as Evergreen was back then but it does have some advantages that Evergreen was lacking. Biorem has a better growth outlook and less competitive pressure. Like Evergreen it operates in a highly regulated sector but in Biorem's case the regulatory environment (push towards green initiatives) only works in its favour.
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2020.12.02 17:15 DirtyBoyzLifestyle 36 days in Salinas, Ecuador on a budget

Or my alternate clickbait title - living on the beach for 30 bucks a day
For me this is probably the cheapest I have traveled.
I just wanted to review how much we spent and what we spent it on to see what I can improve on, but at the same time to show everyone that traveling the world is not a costly thing. This is our total budget for Sam and I's stay in Salinas, Ecuador.
Tl;DR:
Groceries: $440.54
Going out/eating out/"activities": $467.95
Flight: $419 + Transportation: $250.19
Airbnb: $672
Total cost for the trip: $2,269.68
As you can see it was not an expensive month, 36 days technically, with a total cost of just over $1.1k per person.
Groceries: $440.54
We lived about a ten minute walk from the supermarket. It was called Mi Comisariato. It had six aisles with food, a section for fresh fruit / vegetables / meat / dairy products, and three smaller aisles for household products. While it was not a large selection they had everything we needed. I posted a couple photos so you can get a feel for what the store looked like.
Our typical shopping trip to the grocery store was as follows:
We went to the store around three times a week and our cost per trip was usually around $30. Of course our total cost also included things like toilet paper, paper towels, rice, beans, laundry detergent, trash bags, and of course beer for the weekends. As you can see it was pretty easy to maintain a pretty western diet, while we were not able to find everything, it was pretty easy to keep eating what we were used to from home. Since we were there for about four and a half weeks, I would count our cost per week at about $100 or $50 per person which I think is fairly cheap.
Going out/eating out/"activities": $467.95
This is the category where we probably could have cut back the most, we had two nights out with bar tab of over $100. Our actual activities were all free as we mostly explored on foot. Overall here the drinks were fairly cheap, $5 mixed drinks, $2-3 beers, and $5-10 meals. If Sam and I were not a little obnoxious at times it would have been pretty easy to enjoy ourselves here on the cheap. I posted a couple photos of the food, but I will go into more detail in my review of Salinas.
Flight: $419 + Transportation: $250.19
We flew from Chicago to Miami and from Miami to Guayaquil, Ecuador. From there we took a two hour cab ride to Salinas. The price here is for both of our tickets one way. The cost of the rental car we took from Pawnee to Chicago was $107, and the gas to fill up which was $23.19 which is all included in transportation.
On the way there we used Uber since it was available in Guayaquil and cost $70. On the way home we used a yellow cab which cost us $50 since there is no Uber in Salinas. I am certain that that was the "gringo" price and you could haggle them down a little. Additionally, there is an option to take the bus from Santa Elena, a couple miles from Salinas, to Guayaquil which only costs $5. Sam was concerned about getting to the airport on time so we decided since were splitting the cost the $20 for the cab were worth it to not have to worry. Especially once you consider that we would have had to pay for the cab to the bus station in Santa Elena and again for a cab or Uber once we arrived in Guayaquil since the bus does not drop off at the airport. Once we factored all of that in, we were fine with paying a small premium to just directly take a cab. While I feel like there was some room here to save some money, it was mostly dependent on how we valued our time by taking the bus.
Airbnb: $672
I did a full review on the Airbnb already which you can find here. Overall, I think the value was good. It was close to the beach, affordable, and close to a grocery store. It was a little lacking when it came to what it offered past that, since it never quiet felt like a home and some essentials were lacking. But for the price the barebones feel could also have been expected.
Total cost for the trip: $2,269.68
Again the total cost of the trip being about $1.1k for thirty-six is pretty reasonable. In theory you could cover the cost of this trip by working for $10 per hour and still have a little money to save even after paying taxes in the US. I am looking forward to doing the budget for our next stop which is Bogota in Colombia and being able to compare the two. On paper Bogota is supposed to be about 20% cheaper than Ecuador, so I will be curious to see if this will also play out in our total spending.
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2020.12.02 17:08 DirtyBoyzLifestyle Digital Nomading in Salinas, Ecuador on a budget

Or my alternate clickbait title - living on the beach for 30 bucks a day
For me this is probably the cheapest I have traveled
I just wanted to review how much we spent and what we spent it on to see what I can improve on, but at the same time to show everyone that traveling the world is not a costly thing. This is our total budget for Sam and I's stay in Salinas, Ecuador.
Tl;DR:
Groceries: $440.54
Going out/eating out/"activities": $467.95
Flight: $419 + Transportation: $250.19
Airbnb: $672
Total cost for the trip: $2,269.68
As you can see it was not an expensive month, 36 days technically, with a total cost of just over $1.1k per person.
Groceries: $440.54
We lived about a ten minute walk from the supermarket. It was called Mi Comisariato. It had six aisles with food, a section for fresh fruit / vegetables / meat / dairy products, and three smaller aisles for household products. While it was not a large selection they had everything we needed. I posted a couple photos so you can get a feel for what the store looked like.
Our typical shopping trip to the grocery store was as follows:
We went to the store around three times a week and our cost per trip was usually around $30. Of course our total cost also included things like toilet paper, paper towels, rice, beans, laundry detergent, trash bags, and of course beer for the weekends. As you can see it was pretty easy to maintain a pretty western diet, while we were not able to find everything, it was pretty easy to keep eating what we were used to from home. Since we were there for about four and a half weeks, I would count our cost per week at about $100 or $50 per person which I think is fairly cheap.
Going out/eating out/"activities": $467.95
This is the category where we probably could have cut back the most, we had two nights out with bar tab of over $100. Our actual activities were all free as we mostly explored on foot. Overall here the drinks were fairly cheap, $5 mixed drinks, $2-3 beers, and $5-10 meals. If Sam and I were not a little obnoxious at times it would have been pretty easy to enjoy ourselves here on the cheap. I posted a couple photos of the food, but I will go into more detail in my review of Salinas.
Flight: $419 + Transportation: $250.19
We flew from Chicago to Miami and from Miami to Guayaquil, Ecuador. From there we took a two hour cab ride to Salinas. The price here is for both of our tickets one way. The cost of the rental car we took from Pawnee to Chicago was $107, and the gas to fill up which was $23.19 which is all included in transportation.
On the way there we used Uber since it was available in Guayaquil and cost $70. On the way home we used a yellow cab which cost us $50 since there is no Uber in Salinas. I am certain that that was the "gringo" price and you could haggle them down a little. Additionally, there is an option to take the bus from Santa Elena, a couple miles from Salinas, to Guayaquil which only costs $5. Sam was concerned about getting to the airport on time so we decided since were splitting the cost the $20 for the cab were worth it to not have to worry. Especially once you consider that we would have had to pay for the cab to the bus station in Santa Elena and again for a cab or Uber once we arrived in Guayaquil since the bus does not drop off at the airport. Once we factored all of that in, we were fine with paying a small premium to just directly take a cab. While I feel like there was some room here to save some money, it was mostly dependent on how we valued our time by taking the bus.
Airbnb: $672
I did a full review on the Airbnb already which you can find here. Overall, I think the value was good. It was close to the beach, affordable, and close to a grocery store. It was a little lacking when it came to what it offered past that, since it never quiet felt like a home and some essentials were lacking. But for the price the barebones feel could also have been expected.
Total cost for the trip: $2,269.68
Again the total cost of the trip being about $1.1k for thirty-six is pretty reasonable. In theory you could cover the cost of this trip by working for $10 per hour and still have a little money to save even after paying taxes in the US. I am looking forward to doing the budget for our next stop which is Bogota in Colombia and being able to compare the two. On paper Bogota is supposed to be about 20% cheaper than Ecuador, so I will be curious to see if this will also play out in our total spending.
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2020.12.02 17:06 DirtyBoyzLifestyle 36 days in Salinas, Ecuador on ~30 bucks a day.

Or my alternate clickbait title - living on the beach for 30 bucks a day

For me this is probably the cheapest I have traveled.
I just wanted to review how much we spent and what we spent it on to see what I can improve on, but at the same time to show everyone that traveling the world is not a costly thing. This is our total budget for Sam and I's stay in Salinas, Ecuador.
Tl;DR:
Groceries: $440.54
Going out/eating out/"activities": $467.95
Flight: $419 + Transportation: $250.19
Airbnb: $672
Total cost for the trip: $2,269.68
As you can see it was not an expensive month, 36 days technically, with a total cost of just over $1.1k per person.

Groceries: $440.54

We lived about a ten minute walk from the supermarket. It was called Mi Comisariato. It had six aisles with food, a section for fresh fruit / vegetables / meat / dairy products, and three smaller aisles for household products. While it was not a large selection they had everything we needed. I posted a couple photos so you can get a feel for what the store looked like.
Our typical shopping trip to the grocery store was as follows:
We went to the store around three times a week and our cost per trip was usually around $30. Of course our total cost also included things like toilet paper, paper towels, rice, beans, laundry detergent, trash bags, and of course beer for the weekends. As you can see it was pretty easy to maintain a pretty western diet, while we were not able to find everything, it was pretty easy to keep eating what we were used to from home. Since we were there for about four and a half weeks, I would count our cost per week at about $100 or $50 per person which I think is fairly cheap.

Going out/eating out/"activities": $467.95

This is the category where we probably could have cut back the most, we had two nights out with bar tab of over $100. Our actual activities were all free as we mostly explored on foot. Overall here the drinks were fairly cheap, $5 mixed drinks, $2-3 beers, and $5-10 meals. If Sam and I were not a little obnoxious at times it would have been pretty easy to enjoy ourselves here on the cheap. I posted a couple photos of the food, but I will go into more detail in my review of Salinas.

Flight: $419 + Transportation: $250.19

We flew from Chicago to Miami and from Miami to Guayaquil, Ecuador. From there we took a two hour cab ride to Salinas. The price here is for both of our tickets one way. The cost of the rental car we took from Pawnee to Chicago was $107, and the gas to fill up which was $23.19 which is all included in transportation.
On the way there we used Uber since it was available in Guayaquil and cost $70. On the way home we used a yellow cab which cost us $50 since there is no Uber in Salinas. I am certain that that was the "gringo" price and you could haggle them down a little. Additionally, there is an option to take the bus from Santa Elena, a couple miles from Salinas, to Guayaquil which only costs $5. Sam was concerned about getting to the airport on time so we decided since were splitting the cost the $20 for the cab were worth it to not have to worry. Especially once you consider that we would have had to pay for the cab to the bus station in Santa Elena and again for a cab or Uber once we arrived in Guayaquil since the bus does not drop off at the airport. Once we factored all of that in, we were fine with paying a small premium to just directly take a cab. While I feel like there was some room here to save some money, it was mostly dependent on how we valued our time by taking the bus.

Airbnb: $672

I did a full review on the Airbnb already which you can find here. Overall, I think the value was good. It was close to the beach, affordable, and close to a grocery store. It was a little lacking when it came to what it offered past that, since it never quiet felt like a home and some essentials were lacking. But for the price the barebones feel could also have been expected.

Total cost for the trip: $2,269.68

Again the total cost of the trip being about $1.1k for thirty-six is pretty reasonable. In theory you could cover the cost of this trip by working for $10 per hour and still have a little money to save even after paying taxes in the US. I am looking forward to doing the budget for our next stop which is Bogota in Colombia and being able to compare the two. On paper Bogota is supposed to be about 20% cheaper than Ecuador, so I will be curious to see if this will also play out in our total spending.
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2020.12.02 17:01 autotldr Florida become the third state to cross 1 million COVID-19 cases

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2020.12.02 16:48 WelfOnTheShelf Who scored the most goals in each arena? Old arenas edition

Last week I posted about who scored the most (regular season) goals in each current NHL arena (for the home team, and for the away team). Lots of you were asking about older arenas as well, which are actually really interesting because there were way more arenas than I knew:
Pre-Original 6 era
Arena Home team player Goals Away team player Goals
Arena Gardens (1917-31) Babe Dye 106 Cy Denneny 35
Arena de Québec (1919-20) Joe Malone 26 Corb Denneny, Newsy Lalonde 9
Barton Street Arena (1920-25) Joe Malone 30 Babe Dye 16
Border Cities Arena (1926-27) Frank Foyston 8 George Hay 3
Boston Arena (1924-28) Carson Cooper 29 Howie Morenz 14
Chicago Coliseum (1926-29) Dick Irvin 17 Bill Carson, Bill Cook 6
Duquesne Gardens (1925-30) Hib Milks 53 Nels Stewart 8
Jubilee Arena (1918-19) Joe Malone 29 Cy Denneny 8
Montreal Arena (1918) Newsy Lalonde 7 Harry Cameron, Reg Noble 4
Mount Royal Arena (1920-26) Billy Boucher 48 Babe Dye 20
Ottawa Arena (1917-23) Cy Denneny 95 Joe Malone 20
Ottawa Auditorium (1923-34) Cy Denneny, Frank Finnigan 53 Nels Stewart 12
Philadelphia Arena (1930-31) Hib Milks 13 Eddie Shore 5
St. Louis Arena (1934-35) Carl Voss 8 Jimmy Ward, Busher Jackson 4
The arena situation is kind of chaotic at this point:
- Toronto (Blueshirts or Arenas, then St. Pat's, then Maple Leafs) played in their old National Hockey Association rink, Arena Gardens/Mutual Street Arena. Maple Leaf Gardens was built in 1931.
- The Senators played in their NHA rink too, Ottawa Arena, but moved to the Auditorium in 1923.
- The Canadiens' and Wanderers' NHA rink, Montreal Arena, burned down after 4 games. The Wanderers disbanded and the Canadiens moved to Jubilee Arena...but it burned down too, so they moved to Mount Royal Arena (which also burned down, eventually, in 2000).
- Quebec (sometimes known as the Bulldogs) skipped the first year of the NHL but played at Aréna de Québec in 1919-20, then moved to Hamilton in 1920 (Barton Street Arena).
The first wave of expansion started in 1924 with the Montreal Maroons (at the Forum) and the first American team in Boston. The Bruins played at Boston Arena (which is still used by Northeastern University today) and then the Gardens starting in 1928.
Hamilton moved to New York in 1925, sort of - the players moved but the Americans were considered a separate team. They played at Madison Square Garden (the "original" one, but actually the third building with that name). The Pittsburgh Pirates also joined in 1925 (Duquesne Gardens).
The Blackhawks, Rangers, and Detroit Cougars (later the Falcons, now the Red Wings) joined in 1926. The Rangers also played at MSG, Chicago played at the Coliseum until 1929, and Detroit played their first year at Border Cities Arena in Windsor, before Olympia Stadium opened in 1927.
The Depression was rough for some teams. The Pirates became the Philadelphia Quakers for a year in 1930-31, then disbanded. Ottawa didn't play at all in 1931-32, then became the St. Louis Eagles for 1934-35, and also disbanded. The Maroons lasted until 1938, and the Americans until 1942.
All simple and clear so far? To make it even more complicated, sometimes Chicago, Ottawa, and Pittsburgh played home games at other teams' arenas, Chicago sometimes played at both the Coliseum and the Stadium, and a bunch of games were also played at Peace Bridge Arena in Fort Erie and Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City (not included here).
"Original Six" arenas
Arena Home team player Goals Away team player Goals
Boston Garden (1928-95) John Bucyk 301 Gordie Howe 65
Chicago Stadium (1929-94) Bobby Hull 342 Gordie Howe 75
Madison Square Garden (1925-68) Andy Bathgate 154 Gordie Howe 56
Madison Square Garden (1968-present) Rod Gilbert 149 Mario Lemieux 32
Maple Leaf Gardens (1931-99) Darryl Sittler 235 Gordie Howe 54
Montreal Forum (1924-96) Maurice Richard 324 Gordie Howe 59
Olympia Stadium (1927-79) Gordie Howe 441 Bobby Hull, Maurice Richard 43
Joe Louis Arena (1979-2018) Steve Yzerman 330 Brett Hull 26
These are a bit more straightforward - the six remaining teams played in the same place for decades.
The Canadiens played the opening game at the Forum in 1924, but it was really the Maroons' rink. The Canadiens only moved there in 1926. The highest scoring Maroons player is Nels Stewart, the guy Richard passed to become the NHL career scoring leader. Stewart scored 126 in total (105 with the Maroons and another 21 with other teams).
Similarly, the original MSG was the Americans' arena and the Rangers came later. The highest scoring Americans player was Lorne Carr, with 83 goals (63 with the Americans, 20 with the Leafs). The current MSG obviously isn't defunct but I included it here anyway just for comparison.
In the 1950s, Chicago also sometimes played home games in St. Louis, Indianapolis, Omaha, and St. Paul.
Of course Howe is the top scorer in all the classic arenas, and it's hard to imagine anyone scoring more than 441 in a single arena. Maybe Ovechkin, if he scores another 100 goals in Washington.
I included Joe Louis Arena here even though it's a 70s rink - Brett Hull is the highest scoring away team player, but he also scored another 42 goals there playing with Detroit.
Expansion era (1960s-1980s)
Arena Home team player Goals Away team player Goals
Brendan Byrne Arena (1982-2007) John MacLean 175 Mario Lemieux 22
Buffalo Memorial Auditorium (1970-96) Gilbert Perreault 262 Peter Stastny 23
Capital Centre (1974-97) Mike Gartner 233 Mike Bossy 27
Civic Arena (1967-2010) Mario Lemieux 373 Darryl Sittler 24
Colisée de Québec (1979-95) Michel Goulet 249 Dave Andreychuk 18
Great Western Forum (1967-99) Marcel Dionne 295 Wayne Gretzky 28
Hartford Civic Center (1980-97) Ron Francis 157 Michel Goulet 23
Kemper Arena (1974-76) Wilf Paiement 26 Phil Esposito 5
McNichols Sports Arena (1976-82) Wilf Paiement 55 Marcel Dionne 13
Met Center (1967-93) Dino Ciccarelli 188 Phil Esposito 22
Nassau Coliseum (1972-present) Mike Bossy 316 Jaromir Jagr 28
Northlands Coliseum/Rexall Place (1979-2016) Wayne Gretzky 327 Dale Hawerchuk 25
Oakland Coliseum (1967-76) Joey Johnston 51 John Bucyk, Phil Esposito 18
Omni Coliseum (1972-80) Eric Vail 115 Wayne Merrick 11
Pacific Coliseum (1970-95) Stan Smyl 146 Wayne Gretzky 30
Richfield Coliseum (1976-78) Dennis Maruk 38 Gilbert Perreault 8
Saddledome (1982- Jarome Iginla 269 Glenn Anderson 24
Spectrum (1967-96) Bill Barber 231 Mario Lemieux 21
Springfield Civic Center (1979-80) Blaine Stoughton 18 Steve Shutt 4
Stampede Corral (1980-83) Kent Nilsson 76 Marcel Dionne 9
St. Louis Arena (1967-94) Brett Hull 201 Steve Yzerman 23
Winnipeg Arena (1979-96) Dale Hawerchuk 204 Wayne Gretzky 38
Gretzky is the top away scorer in Los Angeles, and he also scored another 143 goals there with the Kings. Gretzky is the high scorer at Northlands, and Hawerchuk the top away scorer, and the reverse is true for Winnipeg. It would have been funny if Gretzky was also the top away player in Edmonton, but he only scored 11 goals there after the trade (all with the Kings).
Nassau is the Islanders home rink again, maybe? So it's not quite defunct yet. The Saddledome is also still in use, for another couple of years anyway.
Some other unusual sites:
- The Western Forum didn't open until December 1967, so the Kings played their first few games at Long Beach Arena and Los Angeles Memorial Arena (not included here)
- The Kansas City Scouts (Kemper Arena) became the Colorado Rockies in 1976 (McNichols Arena), then the New Jersey Devils in 1982 (Brendan Byrne/Continental Airlines Arena).
- The Oakland Seals/California Golden Seals (Oakland Coliseum) played a few games at their old WHA arena, the Cow Palace, in 1967. They became the Cleveland Barons (Richfield Coliseum) in 1976. The Barons merged with the North Stars in 1978.
- The Atlanta Flames (Omni Coliseum) moved to Calgary in 1979 and played at the Stampede Corral until 1983.
- The Hartford Civic Center's roof had collapsed in 1978 when the Whalers were still in the WHA. Hartford played most of the 1979-80 season at Springfield Civic Center in Massachusetts.
1990s/2000s arenas
Arena Home team player Goals Away team player Goals
America West Arena (1996-2003) Keith Tkachuk 96 Brendan Shanahan 12
Barclays Center (2015-20) Anders Lee 54 Patrice Bergeron 6
Cow Palace (1991-93) Pat Falloon 28 Pavel Bure, Theo Fleury, Joe Nieuwendyk, Kevin Stevens 5
Expo Hall (1992-93) Brian Bradley 19 Steve Yzerman 6
Greensboro Coliseum (1997-99) Keith Primeau 30 Wendel Clark 5
McNichols Sports Arena (1995-99) Joe Sakic 73 Mark Messier 10
Miami Arena (1993-98) Scott Mellanby 63 Eric Lindros 9
Ottawa Civic Centre (1992-95) Bob Kudelski 29 Andrei Kovalenko 8
Phillips Arena (1999-2011) Ilya Kovalchuk 166 Alex Ovechkin 16
Reunion Arena (1993-2001) Mike Modano 138 Brendan Shanahan 13
Thunderdome (1993-96) Petr Klima 32 John Leclair 7
- America West was the first home of the Phoenix Coyotes.
- The Islanders attempted to play at Barclays Center for awhile, but that seems to have ended for good now.
- The Cow Palace was San Jose's first arena (and also, as mentioned above, the Seals' original arena).
- The Lightning started out at Expo Hall, then moved to the Thunderdome, which is now the Rays' Tropicana Field.
- The Hurricanes originally played at Greensboro Coliseum.
- The Avalanche played at McNichols Arena, where the Rockies played in the 70s.
- The Panthers started off at Miami Arena.
- The Civic Centre in Ottawa was the first home of the new Senators team.
- The Thrashers played at Phillips Arena for their entire existence.
- When the North Stars moved to Dallas they played at Reunion Arena.
I haven't included arenas that hosted "neutral site" games in the early 1990s, when the NHL was testing out expansion markets, including Hamilton, Halifax, Saskatoon, Cincinnati, and my favourite...Peoria.
More recently, lots of games have also been played in Japan, the UK, Germany, Sweden, and the Czech Republic, as well as all the outdoor games. Overall, I think there's something like 140 different sites that have hosted a regular season game.
Hopefully it's okay to link to my own site - there are lists of everyone who ever scored at every arena. (Sorry for my 1990s level HTML skills, I wish I knew how to make a searchable database...)
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