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Image by Elvert Barnes
ASSEMBLANCE Before 25th St. Patrick’s Day Parade on the National Mall in Washington DC on Sunday morning, 17 March 1996 by Elvert Barnes Photography
Prince George’s County Police Pipe Band
Visit Washington DC St. Patrick’s Day Parade website at dcstpatsparade.com/
Elvert Barnes WASHINGTON DC ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE ongoing project at elvertbarnes.com/DCSPDP
THE FACE, HANDS & FEET Series
Image from page 137 of “Hopi Katcinas drawn by native artists” (1904)
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Title: Hopi Katcinas drawn by native artists
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Fewkes, Jesse Walter, 1850-1930 Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956. fmo Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. fmo Huntington Free Library. fmo
Subjects: Kachinas Hopi Indians Hopi mythology
Publisher: Washington : Government Printing Office
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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– of these beingsappeared at the same time, but he has never seen the personation. KOKOPELLI MANA (Plate XXV) The Kokopelli girl has a slender, protuberant snout painted withspiral lines. She carries in her hand two packets of food made ofmush wrapped in corn husks. LAPUKTI* (Plate XXV) The symbolic marks of Lapiikti are three parallel marks on eachcheek, luiir of cedar bark, long telescopic eyes, and a protuberantsnout. He carries a rattle in his right hand, a crook in the left, andwears shirt and pantaloons. The picture brings out all these charac-teristics. somipiki. l> For iiirture of doll, see Internationales Archiv fiir Etlinograpliie, Band vii, pi. xi, fig. 40. BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT PL. XXIV
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TCOSBUCI AND SOYAN EP
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A few nice Radio images I found:
Image by jschneid
A late 1930’s Philco radio receiver, in a beautiful art deco cabinet.
Studio de Radio Esperanzah
Image by Alban Peignier
HWD Hospital Radio studio, 1993
Image by James Cridland
Spokane River Run 2016
Event on 2016-04-17 00:00:00
Spokane River Run is an annual trail run held in Riverside State Park just outside of Spokane Washington. We have 5 different races ranging from 5k to 50k; the courses are made up primarily of single-track trail that wind through the thick pine forests of the park between basalt cliffs and the roaring Spokane River. Spokane River Run is the primary fundraiser for the Garfield APPLE program, the event is completely staffed by volunteers and 100% of the funds raised go to the APPLE program and our non profit partners and additional benefactor organizations.Event details and schedule
Start times are as follows:
50K (Relay and Solo) : 7:45
25K Challenge: 7:45 AM
25K Standard: 8:30 AM
5K: 9:15 AM
10K: 10:15 AM
From Interstate 90, take the Maple Street Bridge exit, Exit 280. Go north across the Maple Street Bridge, and angle left at the fourth signal light about two miles beyond the bridge. This puts you on Northwest Boulevard. Follow the Boulevard, with beautiful views of the park below, until it becomes Assembly. Stay on the road another mile north until it ends at Francis/Nine Mile Road (Highway 291). Turn left on Hwy 291 and travel approximately 3 miles. Turn left on Seven Mile Road. Turn left immediately after crossing Seven Mile bridge, the parking will be clearly marked.
From N. Division Y at the junction between Hwy 395 and Hwy 2. Continue South on Division street 1.7 miles. Turn Right on W. Francis Ave. follow for 3.1 miles. Francis turns into WA-291continue to follow for 2.1 miles. Turn left on to N. 7 mile road (also listed as W. Lowell Ave.) Turn left immediately after crossing Seven Mile bridge, the parking will be clearly marked.
Parking is in an open field. Please follow the parking official’s directions. Due to Washington state legislation there is a need to obtain either a one day or annual Discover Pass. More information about the Discover Pass is located at discoverpass.wa.gov, or can be purchased at fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov. Passes will be offered the day of the event, as well as at Early Packet Pickup.
Early Packet Pick-Up:
Early packet pick-up is at Mountain Gear, 2002 N. Division, Spokane, WA.
Friday April 15th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday April 16th from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Race day packet pick up at the start area Sunday April 17th 6:30a.m. Race day packets must be picked up at least 30 minutes prior to your race start time.
at Seven Mile Bridge
8901 N Riverside State Park Dr.
Nine Mile Falls, United States
A few nice Radio images I found:
Radio City Music Hall
Image by Manel
Madison Square Garden
Image by rebeccakoconnor
Image by athenakuo
4th Wall Spring is in the AIR Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
Event on 2016-04-16 19:30:00
The stage at 4th Wall Players will explode Saturday April 16th with the laughter and mayhem of our Special "Spring Has Sprung" Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. Come in you're favorite summertime outfit including Hula shirts, cargo shorts and flip-flops and be a part of experiencing the Events on the Edge Improv Troupe, formerly on the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train. Lie, Cheat, throw your friends under the bus. Enjoy a great evening of entertainment along with a tasty catered Asian buffet style dinner. Tickets are .50 plus Tax, Beer/wine available for purchase. "See Ya at the 4th!" Our Policy: There is a no ticket refund policy as this is a catered event. We will offer an alternative date if you have an emergency and aren't able to attend
at 4th Wall Players Theatre
15019 Meridian East- A
Puyallup, United States
A few nice Government images I found:
Image by paulafunnell
Government building, Yaroslavl
Halloween Party at Government House
Image by MDGovpics
Halloween Party at Government House by Richard Lippenholz in Annapolis, MD.
Some cool washington concert images:
2016.02.11 Hamish Anderson at DC9 Washington DC USA02929
Image by tedeytan
"Not many twenty-three year old blues/rock guitarists can claim to have opened for BB King on tour in the US, but that is exactly Hamish Anderson’s destiny when he finished a tour with the legendary Blues guitarist in October 2014.
Since then, he’s turned twenty-four, did seven showcases during SXSW, and opened for Los Lobos, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Wynonna Judd and Blues Traveler— all in just the first half of 2015. And in 2014, when RevoltTV asked guitarist Gary Clark Jr. who to watch under the age of 30, he cited Hamish first. "
Demolition Man of M-Pire Of Evil
Image by Metal Chris
This is Demolition Man of the UK metal band M-Pire Of Evil when they played at the U Street Music Hall in Washington DC on Easter Sunday 8 April 2012. They were opening for the band Onslaught and this was the final concert of their 2012 North American tour. M-Pire Of Evil has two former members of the legendary band Venom, and as such they played a lot of Venom songs in their set.
QUEERING SOUND 2012: ARTHUR LOVES PLASTIC
Image by IntangibleArts
Arthur Loves Plastic live at the Atlas Theater, Washington DC 2jun12 during the 2012 Queering Sound festival. Pic by IntangibleArts.
Washington Huskies vs. California Golden Bears
Event on 2016-04-16 13:00:00
at University of Washington
3800 Montlake Boulevard North East
Seattle, United States
A few nice washington concert images I found:
Mille Petrozza of Kreator
Image by Metal Chris
This is Mille Petrozza of the German thrash metal band Kreator playing at the Howard Theatre in Washington DC on Wednesday 5 September 2012. This was the first show of the tour and also the first metal show ever at the Howard Theatre.
Above & Beyond
Image by RJ Schmidt
Earth and Space: A Journey of Wonder & Discovery
Image by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
The Maryland Space Business Roundtable sponsored their 11th annual event at the National Air and Space Museum the evening of September 14, 2011. The event is held in support of the roundtable’s programs in education for students in science, technology, engineering and math. This year’s event – Earth and Space: A Journey of Wonder & Discovery, with remarks from Goddard Center Director Rob Strain and NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, included a program featuring a 5-panel member of scientists: Dr. Waleed Abdalati, NASA Chief Scientist; Dr. Arthur Hou, GPM Mission Scientist; Dr. Jim Garvin, Chief Scientist, NASA Goddard; Dr. Holly Gilbert, Goddard Solar Physics Laboratory Chief; and Dr. Amber Straughn, Research Astrophysicist. Miles O’Brien, space and science broadcast news veteran moderated the panel.
Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/Pat Izzo
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A few nice Radio images I found:
Image by brylyn
wanna see if it stil works?
Radio Kootwijk in de verte
Image by farq.
A talk to the BBC Radio 4
Image by UK in Holy See
On 23 October 2011, the British Ambassador to the Holy See Nigel Baker participated in the BBC Radio 4 Sunday programme on faith and religious matters. Listen to the podacst ukinholysee.fco.gov.uk/en/news/?view=News&id=674039982