Archive for April, 2016

Nice Hotel In Washington photos

April 30th, 2016

A few nice Hotel in Washington images I found:

05-01 JBB Roams Capitol Hill
Hotel in Washington
Image by joe bustillos
Last full day in DC, I walked to Capitol Hill from my hotel to shoot a lot of panorama pix…

Le Kursaal les hotels et la terrasse Scheveningen Holland
Hotel in Washington
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between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900. Print no. 9227. Views of architecture and other sites in the Netherlands 1 photomechanical print : photochrom color. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington D.C. 20540 USA Le Kursaal les hotels et la terrasse Scheveningen Holland between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900. Print no. 9227. Views of architecture and other sites in the Netherlands 1 photomechanical print : photochrom color. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington D.C. 20540 USA

Wash-DC-hotel-lampposts from above
Hotel in Washington
Image by Monado

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Cool Radio images

April 30th, 2016

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Image by Lisa Brewster

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Salon Series: Yoonie Han

April 30th, 2016

Salon Series: Yoonie Han
Event on 2016-05-20 18:00:00
Salon Series offers intimate concerts with a new generation of classical musicians. Praised for her "flowing tones, poetic phrasing and heavenly singing melodies" (Cincinnati Enquirer) and her "musical imagination and feel for complex textures" (Washington Post), South Korean pianist Yoonie Han has won top prizes in distinguished international competitions and the highest accolades for her performances in major
concert halls around the world. Han returns to Salon Series with new works to excite the audience.

at The Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, United States

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April 29th, 2016

A few nice 98.3 images I found:

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Gary on Udu
Image by wplynn

Sock It To Me!
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Made In: Brazil
Care: Hand Wash/ Dry Flat
Gauge: 25 st/4 inches 4.5 mm (US 7)
Yardage: 91m/ 100 yds (relaxed) – 170m/186 yds (stretched)
Size: 50g (1.75 oz) ball

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The Social Life of DNA

April 29th, 2016

The Social Life of DNA
Event on 2016-06-09 19:00:00
We know DNA is a master key that unlocks medical and forensic secrets, but its genealogical life is both revelatory and endlessly fascinating. Tracing genealogy is now the second-most popular hobby amongst Americans, as well as the second-most visited online category. The tsunami of interest in genetic ancestry tracing from the African American community has been especially overwhelming. Alondra Nelson has studied this phenomenon deeply for over a decade. Weaving together keenly observed interactions with root-seekers, alongside historical details, she shows that genetic genealogy is a new tool for addressing old and enduring issues. In The Social Life of DNA, Nelson takes us on an unprecedented journey into how the double helix has wound its way into the heart of the most urgent contemporary social issues around race. Alondra Nelson is Dean of Social Science and professor of sociology and gender studies at Columbia University, where she was formerly director of the Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality. Dean Nelson is also the founding co-director of the Columbia's campus-wide Women's Gender, and Sexuality Studies Council. Prior to joining the Columbia faculty in 2009, she was on the faculty of Yale University and received its Poorvu Award for teaching excellence. Nelson’s research examines the intersections of science, medicine, and inequality. Her books include Genetics and the Unsettled Past: The Collision of DNA, Race, and History; Technicolor: Race, Technology, and Everyday Life; and Body and Soul: The Black Panther Party and the Fight against Medical Discrimination; which was recognized with four scholarly prizes, including the Mirra Komarovsky Book Award. Her most recent book is The Social Life of DNA: Race, Reparations, and Reconciliation after the Genome.  Chair-elect of the Science, Knowledge and Technology Section of the American Sociological Association, she has appeared an expert guest on "StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson." Dean Nelson is a member of the NSF-funded Council on Big Data, Ethics, and Society, sits on the editorial boards of Social Studies of Science and Public Culture, and serves on the board of advisors of the Data & Society Research Institute. Her essays, reviews, and commentary have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Science, Boston Globe, and on National Public Radio.

at Genspace NYC
33 Flatbush Ave.
Brooklyn, United States

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Justice for All March – Dec. 13, 2014

April 29th, 2016

A few nice Washington Radio images I found:

Justice for All March – Dec. 13, 2014
Washington Radio
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Justice for All March – Dec. 13, 2014

Fully Operational – and First Contact
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Image by brewbooks
It was pretty cool to see Doug’s radio setup deployed and operating on a fairly rugged peak in Mount Rainier National Park.

Elapsed Time – 40 minutes
Doug is setting up a 2-meter band (144 to 148 MHz ) and 6-meter band (50 to 54 MHz) amateur radio station. We have a pretty beautiful setting for his rig.

near Naches Peak 6,296 feet (1,919 meters)


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Bands and their unforgettable songs in the 1990s

April 29th, 2016

Incredible variety of genres became the most striking feature of 90s songs. One genre could produce their great bands and songs. Many bands had popular mainstream success during the 1990s. Such bands including Boyzone, Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees, Aerosmith, 911, Blue, and Aqua have been not only famous for their eye-catching appearance but wonderful songs as well. Solo singers also achieved huge success and became hitmakers in their music career. Their names are closely related to eternal songs like Because of You, The Day We Find Love, I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing, All Rise, and so forth, which have been spreading worldwide.


Backstreet Boys

Backstreet Boys was formed in Florida in 1993. They rose to fame with their debut album, Backstreet Boys (1996). The following album, Backstreet’s Back (1997) continued the group’s success worldwide.


Backstreet Boys was formed in Florida in 1993. They rose to fame with their debut album, Backstreet Boys (1996). The following album, Backstreet’s Back (1997) continued the group’s success worldwide.




98 Degrees

98 Degrees formed independently and later picked up by a record label.




911 were formed in 1995 and released their debut single in May 1996.



Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi went on hiatus following the New Jersey Tour in 1990. In 1992, the band returned with album Keep the Faith and have since created successful albums throughtour the 1980s and 1990s.




Aqua was best known for their 1997 breakthrough single “Barbie Girl”. They achieved huge success across the globe in the late 1990s and early 2000s.



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Immortal songs for Valentine’s Day

Meaningful songs on environment

Let’s sing New Year Songs together

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Music | Posted by Fabrice Dollmach

Relationship Seminar “From Single to mingle..just under 30 seconds”

April 28th, 2016

Relationship Seminar “From Single to mingle..just under 30 seconds”
Event on 2016-06-05 13:30:00
Where: Marakech Lounge, Washington DC, 2147 P. Street, NW When: Sunday, June 5th, at 1:30pm                               What is this seminar about?                  “Key Strategies to use when approaching or attracting your potential mate." with Guest panel professionals: Relationship coaches, dating coach, psychologist, psychotherapist, marriage counselors AS we are approaching the nicer weather, SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) victims are suddenly awakened by the sun and warmer weather, hence, their mood changes accordingly. Spring and summer is a time where people feel more optimistic when meeting someone new. Our seminars are more likely to help you get to where you want to be when it comes to meeting new people, and hopefully, your significant other.  This will be the first among a series of other events in the DMV area covering the subject of Dating in the 21st century. Interactive seminar with the attendees will also be included in our events where Q&A will be available throughout the seminar. This event is for the public of all ages and status. In this educational event, you will learn…… How to eliminate the fear of approaching people, wherever you are….  @ The ins and out of online dating;  @ Keeping the conversation fresh and interesting on Date 1, and closing for Date #2;  @ Learning how to accept rejection, as it may be inevitable in some cases;   @ Keeping yourself confident and focusing on becoming a better person  @ Learn to love who you are and accept yourself  @ Creating an attractive online profile with dating sites   PLUS All attendees will receive: @ All guest panelists will have their own promotional gifts for all of you (Raffle ticket winners)  @ Free 30 minutes coaching session (Raffle ticket winners)  @ Other door prizes..                                     IMPORTANT NOTICE: Local media will attend the event and it will be a part of upcoming televised program. Cost: dollars if purchased on Eventbrite. At the door: 20 dollars      

at Marrakesh P street
2147 P Street Northwest
Washington, United States

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Senado / Senate

April 28th, 2016

Some cool Senate images:

Senado / Senate
Image by Marcio Cabral de Moura
Ottawa, a capital do Canadá.
O Senado do Canadá (em inglês Canadian Senate; em francês Sénat du Canada) é um componente do Parlamento do Canadá, que também inclui o monarca do Reino Unido (representado pelo governador-geral) e a Câmara dos Comuns do Canadá. O Senado canadense é composta por 105 membros que são indicados pelo primeiro-ministro do Canadá, e aprovados simbolicamente pelo governador-geral. As posições no Senado são divididas igualmente entre Ontário, Quebec, as províncias marítimas (Ilha do Príncipe Eduardo, Nova Brunswick e Nova Escócia) e as províncias do oeste canadense (Alberta, Colúmbia Britânica, Manitoba e Saskatchewan). O número de posições dado a Terra Nova e Labrador, bem como os territórios de Nunavut, Territórios do Noroeste e Yukon, são dados à parte destas divisões regionais. Os senadores ficam no cargo até a idade de 75 anos.

Popularmente conhecida como "Câmara Superior" (Upper House), o Senado canadense é muito menos poderosa do que a Câmara dos Comuns, a "Câmara Inferior" (Lower House). Embora a aprovação da Câmara dos Comuns e do Senado seja necessária para legislação, o Senado raramente rejeita leis criadas e aprovadas pela Câmara dos Comuns – cujos membros são democraticamente eleitos. O Governo do Canadá está nas mãos da Câmara dos Comuns – o primeiro-ministro do Canadá apenas permanece em ofício quando possui o suporte da maioria da Câmara dos Comuns. O Senado não possui tal influência, e não exerce tal poder no governo do país.

Os membros do Senado realizam encontros na Parliament Hill, em Ottawa, Ontário.

Ottawa, Canadian capital
In the east wing of the Centre Block is the Senate chamber, in which are the thrones for the Canadian monarch and her consort, or for the federal viceroy and his or her consort, and from which either the sovereign or the governor general gives the Speech from the Throne, and grants Royal Assent to bills passed by parliament. The senators themselves sit in the chamber, arranged so that those belonging to the governing party are to the right of the Speaker of the Senate, and the opposition to the speaker’s left.

The overall colour in the Senate chamber is red, seen in the upholstery, carpeting, and draperies, and reflecting the colour scheme of the House of Lords in the United Kingdom; red was a more royal colour, associated with the crown and hereditary peers. Capping the room is a gilt ceiling with deep octagonal coffers, each filled with heraldic symbols, including maple leafs, fleur-de-lis, lions rampant, clàrsach, Welsh Dragons, and lions passant. This plane rests on six pairs and four single pilasters, each of which is capped by a caryatid, and between which are clerestory windows. Below the windows is a continuous architrave, broken only by baldachins at the base of each of the above pilasters.

On the east and west walls of the chamber are eight murals depicting scenes from the First World War; painted in between 1916 and 1920, they were originally part of the more than 1,000 piece Canadian War Memorials Fund, founded by The Lord Beaverbrook, and were intended to hang in a specific memorial structure. But the project never eventuated, and the works were stored at the National Gallery of Canada, until, in 1921, parliament requested some of the collection’s oil paintings on loan for display in the Centre Block, and the murals have remained in the Senate chamber ever since. Edgar Bundy’s Landing of the First Canadian Division at Saint-Nazaire, 1915, depicts the first landing of Canadian troops in France, at Saint-Nazaire, led off the Novian by the pipe band of the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada, and watched by officers, troops, and townspeople; Algernon Talmage painted A Mobile Veterinary Unit in France, showing a scene on the Cambrai front, where a Canadian Mobile Veterinary Unit is taking wounded horses to an evacuating station; Railway Construction in France was painted by Leonard Richmond to show the construction of a railway by the Canadian Overseas Railway Construction Corps, in the deepest trench in France; James Kerr-Lawson was commissioned by the Canadian War Memorials Fund to create Arras, the Dead City, which depicts the ruins of Arras Cathedral as they were in 1917, as well as The Cloth Hall, Ypres, a painting of the destroyed, 600 year old Cloth Hall in Ypres; Claire Atwood’s On Leave documents – as battlefield scenes were thought inappropriate subject matter for female artists – the home front activities of the Canadian Expeditionary Force at a YMCA canteen in one of London’s train stations as they await their train to the battlefront; The Watch on the Rhine (The Last Phase) was painted by Sir William Rothenstein to symbolically represent the defeat of Germany, with a British howitzer facing across the Rhine, and old and new Germany embodied in the ancient hills and factory chimney; and Sir George Clausen’s Returning to the Reconquered Land was painted to illustrate agricultural land behind the front lines in France, and shows people returning to their destroyed homes following the armistice.

Senate Lobby
Image by roytsaplinjr
The lobby outside the New York State Senate Chamber

Washington | Posted by Victoria Addington

Football Pioneers Headline 6th Annual Shirley Povich Symposium

April 28th, 2016

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Football Pioneers Headline 6th Annual Shirley Povich Symposium
Washington Radio
Image by Merrill College of Journalism Press Releases
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – NFL great Bobby Mitchell, who integrated the Washington Redskins, and Darryl Hill, who did the same for the University of Maryland’s football team, will be featured in the sixth annual Shirley Povich Symposium, Wednesday, November 2, at 7:00 p.m. in the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center at the University of Maryland.

Mitchell, a Pro Football Hall of Famer, has been celebrated as one of the most significant players in Redskins’ history. Hill, who transferred to Maryland from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1961, was the first African-American to play varsity football at Maryland in 1962, and the first African-American to play in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
"To have these two outstanding individuals participating at this year’s Povich Symposium is a very special moment, symbolizing the 50th anniversary of the integration of both teams," said Kevin Klose, Dean of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism.

Mitchell, who retired from the NFL in 1969, became the Redskins’ director of college scouting and assistant general manager. He and his wife Gwen live in Washington. Hill, now a businessman, played briefly in the NFL. He lives in Prince George’s County, MD.

This year’s panel also includes retired NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, Maryland Athletic Director Kevin Anderson, film documentarian Theresa Moore, ESPN radio and television commentator Scott Van Pelt, and ESPN and ABC commentator Michael Wilbon, former sports columnist of The Washington Post. Television host Maury Povich, son of the late Washington Post columnist Shirley Povich for whom the symposium is named, will moderate. The event is free and open to the public.

Shirley Povich reported many of the 20th century’s most important sports events during a 75-year Washington Post career that ended with his death in June 1998. His work conveyed his sense that sports often reflected and resulted in wider societal changes.

Typical of Povich’s literary skill and social sensibility was his description of Cleveland Browns star Jim Brown’s 1960 performance against the all-white Redskins: "Jim Brown integrated the Redskins’ goal line with more than deliberate speed, perhaps exceeding the Supreme Court decree. Brown fled the 25 yards like a man in an uncommon hurry, and the Redskins’ goal line, at least, became interracial."

The Philip Merrill College of Journalism is a nationally recognized leader in journalism education, with an acclaimed faculty teaching an innovative curriculum in the professional practice of journalism and scholarly research in journalism.

Live and Streaming Event:

UMTV – The University of Maryland’s cable TV station – will carry the Povich SYMPOSIUM LIVE in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties. On campus, UMTV is on channel 38. Comcast customers can watch on Channel 73 in Prince George’s County and on Channel 2 in Montgomery County. On Verizon, the event will be on Channel 40 in both counties.

The University of Maryland will stream the symposium online (there will also be a link on the UMD home page on the day of the event)(requires Silverlight plugin for Intel Mac and PC). The symposium will also be fed live by fiber to Verizon’s AVOC switch in Washington, D.C. Media wishing to take a live feed should contact:

Tiffany Warnock
Encompass Digital Media

Media coverage is welcome. A mult box will be provided. Parking is available in Lot 1 at the University of Maryland.

Media Contact:
George Solomon
(301) 405-0441

Dr. Katrina Lantos Swett, Chair, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
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The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (Helsinki Commission) holds a hearing on "Escalating Violence Against Coptic Women and Girls: Will the New Egypt Be More Dangerous Than the Old?"

PARTICIPANTS: Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J.; Ms. Michele Clark, Adjunct Professor, Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University

Dr. Katrina Lantos Swett, Chair, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

Dr. Walid Phares, Author of “The Coming Revolution: Struggle for Freedom in the Middle East,” and Co-Secretary General of the Transatlantic Legislative Group on Counterterrorism

Victim Witnesses, two Coptic women who experienced attempted kidnapping and forced conversion before they found asylum in the United States

LOCATION: 210 Cannon House Office Building

Photos by: Lingjing Bao, July 18, 2012
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