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In this May 9, 2017 file photo, a tourist places her hands on the handprints of actor Matt Damon in the forecourt of the TCL Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.
Instead of grooming the forecourt to the Palladian-style pavilion, Bradford left piles of gravel that were part of his worksite to prepare for the show.
At lunchtime on Thursday, the building’s valets were parking a Rolls-Royce, a Bentley, and Mercedes-Benz and Porsche S.U.V.s around the building’s forecourt.
Wong, Law, and Chow are being jailed for over their decision to storm the forecourt of Hong Kong’s government headquarters, together with around 100 other demonstrators, on Sept. 26, 2014.
Shell wants 20 percent of profit margins from fuel sold in its retail forecourts to come from vehicles that don’t burn diesel or gasoline by 2025, John Abbott, the company’s top executive of its downstream business, said last month.
While the depot building with its tiled domes and decoration remains in place, the original forecourt was removed in the 1950s and replaced by a parking lot
Some hope the old forecourt, surrounded by arcades, could be recreated.
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