WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- PLACE IN THE NEWS: Singapore. // Scholastic News -- Edition 3;3/31/2008, Vol. 64 Issue 20, p3
The article offers information on the Singapore Flyer, the world's largest ferris wheel built in Singapore.
- Riding High. // People;11/15/99, Vol. 52 Issue 19, p62
Reports on the creation of the world's largest ferris wheel, which is located in London, England.
- Vegas Roller spinning. // Travel Daily;4/1/2014, p6
The article reports that the Las Vegas High Roller ferris wheel was launched on March 31, 2014.
- Melbourne, Australia. Choi, Jinseok // National Geographic Traveler;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p110
The article offers information on the Giant Sky Wheel, a traveling Ferris wheel, and the "Angel" sculpture by artist Deborah Halpern in the Birrarung Marr park near the Yarra River in Melbourne, Victoria.
- Seattle Great Wheel. // Park World;Aug2012, p12
The article reports on the launch of the 53-metre Seattle Great Wheel located at Pier 57, Elliot Bay in Washington which features 42 climate-controlled enclosed gondolas with ultraviolet (UV)-protective non-reflective glass, light emitting diode (LED) lighting and an all-white finish.
- New York aims high with record-breaking wheel. // Travel Weekly (UK);9/5/2013 Supplement, p4
The article reports on a Staten Island's development project that will see the world's largest Ferris wheel built alongside a new retail complex and hotels.
- Sailing into the Future. // National Geographic Traveler;May/Jun2010, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p60
The article reports on the proposal for Southern Star Observation Wheel in Melbourne, Victoria to recast its flawed Ferris wheel as a power-producing windmill.
- Ferris at wheel. // Wilson Quarterly;Autumn93, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p128
Reviews the article `The Ferris Wheel on The Occasion of Its Centennial,' by Henry Petroski in the May-June 1993 issue of `American Scientist'.
- Conservative Spotlight Touchstone. D'Agostino, Joseph A. // Human Events;4/14/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 13, p22
Focuses on the magazine 'Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity,' which was created for Christians who consider themselves traditional. Information on the most important unifying doctrinal elements for the magazine's editors; Features of the April 2003 issue.