A dark-haired figure leans against a car, her long mane streaming sideways in the breeze, the word "Racing" stamped on her baby blue
tank top over her heart.
The single features Baby Blue
which was a major hit for Tommy Flynn and the Conquerors in 1983 while Sunny Side of My Life is a jiving number.
maybe something to do with the Liverpool lovely he left with England forward David Nugent flashing the plastic and buying jewellery for a female friend in the Met Quarter Sax bomb Abi from The Zutons hurrying along Dale Street, drinking a coffee Coleen McLoughlin and Justine Mills from Cricket having a few Bellinis in Blue at the Albert Dock after filming for Coleen's upcoming TV show Real Women Scouse glamour model Katie Downes at Sweet @Newz Bar on Sunday Rio Ferdinand and Momo Sissokoin Baby Blue
One of the works in Newman's recent show is a baby blue
field bracketed by yellow trapezoids.
COMEDY: Baby Blue
's Comedy Central is launching a night of two-forone comedy every Thursday.
Those businesses were sold in 1997 and Mr Gutmann's Lyceum Restaurant Company looked towards the Albert Dock, winning the catering contract at the Tate's cafe and bar Taste before opening Baby Blue
in 2001 and developing other venues at the dock.
on Albert Dock has a machine to pump neutralising chemicals into the air giving managers the chance to make the trendy bar smell of lemons, chocolate or even cut grass.
And housemates may need sunglasses to contend with the living area's zany colour scheme - raspberry pink and baby blue
are the designer colours of choice.
They had hits with No Matter What, Baby Blue
and Come And Get It - written by Paul McCartney.
is our favourite, as it works well with most schemes - country, modern, 50s or diner-style.
In Channel II, the pixelated face of the portrait (a carefully gradated--midnight to baby blue
to cocoa--encaustic grid) gives pause.
The fresh investment comes just months after the bar, along with sister venues Blue and Baby Blue
, was rescued from administration for the second time in two years.