If the choice is between being gawked
at and sitting in a chair in a dark room, I prefer the dark room," he added.
He was quickly becoming a Global-trash court painter tossing off mural after mural while press-agented cameras clicked and tourists gawked
Temporarily out of confinement at Fort Sill, the eighty-year-old Apache sat in a little booth at the fair, an armed guard nearby, being gawked
at as he made and sold bows and arrows.
Makeover, page 64: Once the place where geeks gawked
at the latest tech toys, Sharper Image got its cool back by focusing on down-to-earth products with spectacular profit margins.
While music played from three stages, festival-goers gawked
at wares displayed under tarps and attendees soaked up the sun.
Print journalists queued up to speak with Johnson as he sat before a large square fountain as others, cradling wine glasses and highballs, gawked
from the elevated cocktail patio across the room.
As their proud parents watched and videotaped the ceremony and younger siblings gawked
in awe, the students also demonstrated what they learned.
Under a sky flecked with billowing clouds, parishioners sought shelter from the 95-degree heat and gawked
at the new mother church of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles - 98 years in the planning and five years in the making.
More than 5,000 car buffs gawked
at some of the world's finest automobiles - from a 1907 Buick to a 1952 Muntz Road Jet to a 1989 Plymouth - beneath the cottonwoods at Kingsmen Park.