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Black Wall Street ATL 2016 featuring The Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards

June 6th, 2016

Black Wall Street ATL 2016 featuring The Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards
Event on 2016-06-22 19:30:00
This is our 4th consecutive year in Atlanta and we are so excited. Thanks to Rob Scott and others, our network is continuously growing. So, all are invited to join us for the next Black Wall Street ATL featuring the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards. We celebrate black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. To date, we have recongized hundreds since our inception in 2011 and have touched 5 US cities: New York, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Atlanta and, as of last year, New Orleans.

at Paschal’s Restaurant
180-B Northside Drive
Atlanta, United States

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4th Wall Spring is in the AIR Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

March 30th, 2016

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

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Turn Your Photos Into Wall Art

February 10th, 2015

Turn Your Photos Into Wall Art
Have you ever wondered in the event that you might have your many beloved photos converted to canvas prints? It really is a wonderful concept. The elegance and stunning minimalism of a photograph on canvas is unmatched in its capacity to express profound beauty and belief. With such a special artwork, it could be changed to a family group keepsake that may be passed on for generations for years in the future. You could wonder how getting pictures on canvas works. Listed below are some ideas and tips for you to definitely follow in order to make turning your photos into wall art right away.

Choose Your Picture

What sort of photo do you want to have printed to place on display? Find an image that is from meaningful occasion in your life, like a marriage, family reunion, different breaks, graduation, engagement, birth of a young child, an anniversary, birthday celebration, or every other crucial times that you experienced being special for you that you’d want to make into an attractive artwork.

Furthermore, meaningful photos don’t always have to be from customary, old-fashioned landmarks in one’s life. Perhaps a photo of one’s dearly liked dog playing fetch with you is strictly what you need to use. Or even an image of a lake household that you always visit as a child is particularly unique for your requirements. Unique places or individuals could be a fantastic option.

Other tips for selecting your photo are to use an image of your favorite plants or of a beloved coffee mug. Things that are unique to you and that define your private taste are an ideal choice. There is absolutely no end towards the possibilities when selecting your picture for canvas printing.

Choices For Utilizing Canvas Prints

Maybe you have chosen what photo you need for the photo on canvas, however require a few ideas for how you use your new art. There are numerous choices you’ll choose from. You can hang your art in every space within your house, but why stop there? They could also be accustomed enhance your private office or your organization. A print of the favorite fishing spot hanging within office brings a subtle but cheering minute to a taxing day at work.

Additionally, this kind of art piece could be an ideal present for several occasions. If it is a memento of someone’s wedding or as a gesture of sympathy the passing of a family member, you are able to offer a present of a photo on canvas that is both timeless and meaningful.

Having Your Prints

Making use of a quality business of canvas printers is vital for the pictures to turn away sharp, vibrant, so when perfect as you are able to. After choosing your desired size, picking the style, delivering a high-resolution file of the photo, and doing your purchase, you should get your printing quickly as well as in quality condition.

After these ideas and recommendations can help you have canvasprints which can be as wonderful as these are typically significant.

Learn how to make your photos into canvas images. Select your pictures, give them as presents, or use them in the home at http://www.canvasprinters.com.au/

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The Wall within our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall Symposium (two decades Fall regarding the Wall)

September 10th, 2014

The Wall inside our Heads: United states Artists together with Berlin Wall Symposium (20 Years Fall of Wall)
Occasion on 2014-10-25 14:00:00

For American music artists of various generations, creative formats, and cultural backgrounds, the Berlin Wall happens to be a pivotal site and expression for weighing international types of unit, including those in the usa.

Extra information: www.goethe.de/washington

at Goethe-Institut Washington
812 Seventh Street NW (7th &amp Eye)
Washington, United States

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Q&A: Need to plug cigarette adapter from radio into a wall out. How do you convert?

December 22nd, 2013

Question by Jason C: Need to plug cigarette adapter from radio into a wall out. How do you convert?
I have a satellite radio in my car that is powered by the cigarette lighter outlet. I want to listen to the radio in my yard, but need to plug it into a wall outlet. What attachment do I need to be able to power my radio currently operating with the cigarette lighter outlet with a wall outlet? Additionally, do I need to take into account the volts the unit is operating at?

Best answer:

Answer by D
You can’t just a adapt a 12V lighter plug to a 120V outlet, you’ll blow it up. You need an AC adapter for your radio, if one exists.

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Close up Photo of Seat Belt Press Button. Interior of Modern Jap – 52?W x 35?H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

August 3rd, 2013

Close up Photo of Seat Belt Press Button. Interior of Modern Jap – 52″W x 35″H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

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WallMonkeys uses premium materials & state-of-the-art production technologies. Our wall graphics apply in minutes and won’t damage your paint or leave any residue behind. PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the ‘ADD TO CART’ button. Our graphics are offered in a variety of sizes and prices.

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  • Wall Of Voodoo – Mexican Radio

    July 28th, 2013

    Music video by Wall Of Voodoo performing Mexican Radio.

    Visit http://www.abc.net.au/rn/musicshow to hear the interview and download a podcast . Jenny M. Thomas and her band The System began re-interpreting traditi…
    Video Rating: 5 / 5

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    Washington DC: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

    June 11th, 2013

    A few nice Washington images I found:

    Washington DC: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall
    Washington
    Image by wallyg
    The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, set in the 42-acre Constitution Gardens, is a national war memorial honoring the members of the U.S. armed forces who fought in the Vietnam War and who died in service or are still unaccounted for, consisting of three separate parts: the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, the Three Soldiers statue, andthe Vietnam Women’s Memorial. The idea for the monument originated with Jan Scruggs, a Vietnam veteran, who organized the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc., a nonprofit organization formed April 27, 1979, and Congress authorized the site on July 1, 1980. Maintained by the U.S. National Park Service, the memorial receives around 3 million visitors each year.

    The Memorial Wall, designed by 21-year-old undergraduate student, Maya Ying Lin, the winner of a 1,421-entry 1981 public design competition, was dedicated on November 13, 1982. It consists of two black granite walls, 246 feet-9 inches long, sunk into the ground at a 125-degree angle. One wall points towards the Washington Monument, the other towards the Lincoln Memorial, meeting at an angle of 125° 12? where they stand 10.1 feet tall and tapering off to a height of eight inches at their extremities. There is a pathway along the base of the Wall, where visitors may walk, make a pencil rubbing of a particular name, or leave sentimental items.

    The granite, from Bangalore, Karnataka, India, was chosen for its reflective quality, allowing visitors to see their reflection simultaneously with the engraved names, symbolically linking the past and present. The names, set in Optima typeface and etched using a photoemulsion and sandblasting process developed at GlassCraft, represent the serviceman who were either KIA (Killed In Action) or remained classified MIA (Missing in Action) when the walls were constructed. Each wall has 72 panels, 70 of which carry the inscriptions, listed in chronological order, starting at the apex on panel 1E in 1959 and moving day by day to the end of the western wall at panel 70W to the end of the eastern wall at panel 70E, which ends on May 25, 1968, starting again at panel 70W at the end of the western wall which completes the list for May 25, 1968, and returning to the apex at panel 1W in 1975. The wall listed 58,159 names when it was completed in 1993; as of May 5, 2007, when another name was added, there are 58,256 names. Approximately 1,200 of these are listed as missing, denoted with a cross; the confirmed dead are marked with a diamond. If the missing return alive, the cross is to be circumscribed by a circle, (although this has never occurred as of January 2007); if their death is confirmed, a diamond is superimposed over the cross.

    Negative reactions to Maya Lin’s initial design were so strong that several Congressmen protested, and Secretary of the Interior James G. Watt refused to issue a building permit. As a compromise to those who wanted a more traditional approach, Frederick Hart, who placed third in the original design competition, was commissioned to augment the memorial. Hart’s Three Soldiers, also known as The Three Servicemen, was unveiled on Veterans Day, 1984 and depicts three young men purposely identifiable as Caucasian, African American and Hispanic. Lin protested at the proposed adulteration of her design, which resulting in its disconnected setting, even though the statue and wall appear to interact with each other–the soldiers look off in tribute to the distant names of their fallen comrades.

    Further lobbying led to the Vietnam Women’s Memorial, which was dedicated on Veteran’s Day, 1993, just a short distance south of the wall. Glenna Goodacre’s sculptural group commemorates the women of the United States who served in the Vietnam War, most of whom were nurses.

    In 2007, the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial was ranked #10 on the AIA 150 America’s Favorite Architecture list.

    National Register #01000285 (2001)

    Washington DC – Federal Triangle: National Archives Building – Guardians of the Portal
    Washington
    Image by wallyg
    The Guardians of the Portal, two 8-foot by 5-foot reliefs on either side of the central doorway of the National Archives Building, each depict a male figure dressed in Roman armor. The reliefs were carved from Indiana limestone by Robert Aitken in 1935.

    The National Archives Building, known informally as Archives I, located north of the National Mall on Constitution Avenue in Washington, DC, opened as its original headquarters in 1935. The building was designed in Classical Revival style by John Russell Pope. It holds the original copies of the three main formative documents of the United States and its government: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.

    National Register #71001004 (1971)

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    Anime Sexy Girl Boxer Manga Sport Cute Wall Vinyl Sticker Decals Art Mural D2002 Reviews

    April 27th, 2012

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    Wall Art Decoration Vinyl Decal Sticker Install Area : The decals can be applied on all smooth surfaces, such as Walls, Doors, Windows, Closets, Plastic, Metal, Tiles etc. – Without much effort and cost you can decorate and style your home. – Applying decals on a bumpy surface will be a bit more difficult. – The colors could be slightly different depending on your monitor setting. – PLEASE make a note in the PayPal message box about YOUR COLOR CHOICE (you can find colors under the picture of the item) when you paying for item, Otherwise the color shown in the listing will be shipped. EACH ITEM IS UNIQUE CAN’T BE FOUND IN THE STORES IT’S ONLY ONE SOLID COLOR, SECOND COLOR INSIDE IS THE COLOR OF YOUR WALL IT LOOKS WAY MORE COOLER ALIVE !!! Size showing on the picture is little bit bigger for showing purpose !!! sizes are usually 22″X 35″

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    Washington DC: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

    February 12th, 2012

    Check out these Washington images:

    Washington DC: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall
    Washington
    Image by wallyg
    The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, set in the 42-acre Constitution Gardens, is a national war memorial honoring the members of the U.S. armed forces who fought in the Vietnam War and who died in service or are still unaccounted for, consisting of three separate parts: the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, the Three Soldiers statue, andthe Vietnam Women’s Memorial. The idea for the monument originated with Jan Scruggs, a Vietnam veteran, who organized the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc., a nonprofit organization formed April 27, 1979, and Congress authorized the site on July 1, 1980. Maintained by the U.S. National Park Service, the memorial receives around 3 million visitors each year.

    The Memorial Wall, designed by 21-year-old undergraduate student, Maya Ying Lin, the winner of a 1,421-entry 1981 public design competition, was dedicated on November 13, 1982. It consists of two black granite walls, 246 feet-9 inches long, sunk into the ground at a 125-degree angle. One wall points towards the Washington Monument, the other towards the Lincoln Memorial, meeting at an angle of 125° 12? where they stand 10.1 feet tall and tapering off to a height of eight inches at their extremities. There is a pathway along the base of the Wall, where visitors may walk, make a pencil rubbing of a particular name, or leave sentimental items.

    The granite, from Bangalore, Karnataka, India, was chosen for its reflective quality, allowing visitors to see their reflection simultaneously with the engraved names, symbolically linking the past and present. The names, set in Optima typeface and etched using a photoemulsion and sandblasting process developed at GlassCraft, represent the serviceman who were either KIA (Killed In Action) or remained classified MIA (Missing in Action) when the walls were constructed. Each wall has 72 panels, 70 of which carry the inscriptions, listed in chronological order, starting at the apex on panel 1E in 1959 and moving day by day to the end of the western wall at panel 70W to the end of the eastern wall at panel 70E, which ends on May 25, 1968, starting again at panel 70W at the end of the western wall which completes the list for May 25, 1968, and returning to the apex at panel 1W in 1975. The wall listed 58,159 names when it was completed in 1993; as of May 5, 2007, when another name was added, there are 58,256 names. Approximately 1,200 of these are listed as missing, denoted with a cross; the confirmed dead are marked with a diamond. If the missing return alive, the cross is to be circumscribed by a circle, (although this has never occurred as of January 2007); if their death is confirmed, a diamond is superimposed over the cross.

    Negative reactions to Maya Lin’s initial design were so strong that several Congressmen protested, and Secretary of the Interior James G. Watt refused to issue a building permit. As a compromise to those who wanted a more traditional approach, Frederick Hart, who placed third in the original design competition, was commissioned to augment the memorial. Hart’s Three Soldiers, also known as The Three Servicemen, was unveiled on Veterans Day, 1984 and depicts three young men purposely identifiable as Caucasian, African American and Hispanic. Lin protested at the proposed adulteration of her design, which resulting in its disconnected setting, even though the statue and wall appear to interact with each other–the soldiers look off in tribute to the distant names of their fallen comrades.

    Further lobbying led to the Vietnam Women’s Memorial, which was dedicated on Veteran’s Day, 1993, just a short distance south of the wall. Glenna Goodacre’s sculptural group commemorates the women of the United States who served in the Vietnam War, most of whom were nurses.

    In 2007, the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial was ranked #10 on the AIA 150 America’s Favorite Architecture list.

    National Register #01000285 (2001)

    Washington Memorial – Twins…
    Washington
    Image by meironke
    Das Washington Memorial (Taken with: Canon EOS 40D – 8 s, f/4, 42 mm, ISO 100)

    Washington DC: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall
    Washington
    Image by wallyg
    The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, set in the 42-acre Constitution Gardens, is a national war memorial honoring the members of the U.S. armed forces who fought in the Vietnam War and who died in service or are still unaccounted for, consisting of three separate parts: the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, the Three Soldiers statue, andthe Vietnam Women’s Memorial. The idea for the monument originated with Jan Scruggs, a Vietnam veteran, who organized the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc., a nonprofit organization formed April 27, 1979, and Congress authorized the site on July 1, 1980. Maintained by the U.S. National Park Service, the memorial receives around 3 million visitors each year.

    The Memorial Wall, designed by 21-year-old undergraduate student, Maya Ying Lin, the winner of a 1,421-entry 1981 public design competition, was dedicated on November 13, 1982. It consists of two black granite walls, 246 feet-9 inches long, sunk into the ground at a 125-degree angle. One wall points towards the Washington Monument, the other towards the Lincoln Memorial, meeting at an angle of 125° 12? where they stand 10.1 feet tall and tapering off to a height of eight inches at their extremities. There is a pathway along the base of the Wall, where visitors may walk, make a pencil rubbing of a particular name, or leave sentimental items.

    The granite, from Bangalore, Karnataka, India, was chosen for its reflective quality, allowing visitors to see their reflection simultaneously with the engraved names, symbolically linking the past and present. The names, set in Optima typeface and etched using a photoemulsion and sandblasting process developed at GlassCraft, represent the serviceman who were either KIA (Killed In Action) or remained classified MIA (Missing in Action) when the walls were constructed. Each wall has 72 panels, 70 of which carry the inscriptions, listed in chronological order, starting at the apex on panel 1E in 1959 and moving day by day to the end of the western wall at panel 70W to the end of the eastern wall at panel 70E, which ends on May 25, 1968, starting again at panel 70W at the end of the western wall which completes the list for May 25, 1968, and returning to the apex at panel 1W in 1975. The wall listed 58,159 names when it was completed in 1993; as of May 5, 2007, when another name was added, there are 58,256 names. Approximately 1,200 of these are listed as missing, denoted with a cross; the confirmed dead are marked with a diamond. If the missing return alive, the cross is to be circumscribed by a circle, (although this has never occurred as of January 2007); if their death is confirmed, a diamond is superimposed over the cross.

    Negative reactions to Maya Lin’s initial design were so strong that several Congressmen protested, and Secretary of the Interior James G. Watt refused to issue a building permit. As a compromise to those who wanted a more traditional approach, Frederick Hart, who placed third in the original design competition, was commissioned to augment the memorial. Hart’s Three Soldiers, also known as The Three Servicemen, was unveiled on Veterans Day, 1984 and depicts three young men purposely identifiable as Caucasian, African American and Hispanic. Lin protested at the proposed adulteration of her design, which resulting in its disconnected setting, even though the statue and wall appear to interact with each other–the soldiers look off in tribute to the distant names of their fallen comrades.

    Further lobbying led to the Vietnam Women’s Memorial, which was dedicated on Veteran’s Day, 1993, just a short distance south of the wall. Glenna Goodacre’s sculptural group commemorates the women of the United States who served in the Vietnam War, most of whom were nurses.

    In 2007, the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial was ranked #10 on the AIA 150 America’s Favorite Architecture list.

    National Register #01000285 (2001)

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