Tag Archives: North America

Dolly Parton: The great unifier? – ScienceBlog.com

Helen Morales is an unlikely Dolly Parton aficionado. Educated at the University of Cambridge, the Argyropoulos Professor of Hellenic Studies at UC Santa Barbara was nonetheless dubbed the first “Dollyologist” in “Dolly Parton’s America,” which The New Yorker called the No. … Continue reading

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Disaster Capitalism Won’t Save Us

Can we buy our way out of a warming planet? Probably not, but advertisers will still try to sell Californians respirator masks as they flee historic wildfires. In this episode of The Idea File, Atlantic staff writer Alexis Madrigal explains … Continue reading

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Daily Life In Mexico | 1980s & 1990s

The New Stove   Photographer, Artist and Educator Emily Matyas is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the  book/project ‘Sol y Tierra | Sun and Earth’.   Gazing to Where Opposites Meet   Technology   Sol y … Continue reading

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Tuba Skinny – Jubilee Stomp – Royal Street I 2018

TheWsm Recorded in New Orleans 04/07/2018 Shaye Cohn – Cornet Todd Burdick- Tuba/Sousaphone Robin Rapuzzi – Washboard Jason Lawrence – Banjo Max Bien Kahn – Guitar Greg Sherman – Guitar Barnabus Jones – Trombone Ewan Bleach – Clarinet Buy CD’s: … Continue reading

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Alcorn’s “GGs” Vs Alabama State’s “Sensational Stingettes” – Halftime Feature – 2019

 

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Alabama State University – Marching In Vs UAB – 2019

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Night at the Museum: A Recreation of Edward Hopper’s Western Motel

As part of the exhibition Edward Hopper and the American Hotel at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the museum has recreated a three-dimensional motel space behind a pane of glass inspired by one of Edward Hopper’s best-known paintings “Western Motel.” This … Continue reading

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The Smartest Horse That Ever Lived – A True Story

David Hoffman To get the book go here –https://www.amazon.com/Beautiful-Jim-…. The story is true. I spent more than a month checking it out in Tennessee and elsewhere. The book is called Beautiful Jim Key by Miriam Rivas available on Amazon. I … Continue reading

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From The Archives: Bay To Breakers | Street photography | White photography, Black, white photography, Photography

Bay To Breakers is one of the great San Francisco events. It’s part race, part parade and part party. Flip through photos of the past Bay To Breakers Source: From The Archives: Bay To Breakers | Street photography | White … Continue reading

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9266. Street Art of East Vancouver, Washington — One Million Photographs

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