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Changing of an Era

author: joey : Oakland, CA (4 weeks ago)



Walking on the new eastern span of the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge You can still see the old bridge going away. That will be the day when the old bridge is totally gone. b.1936-d.2016 [On September 2, 2013, the new East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge opened to traffic.]


Side Street Memorial...

author: Franny Wentzel : Schenectady, NY (7 weeks ago)



Came upon this scene walking home on a block I seldom travel Below was a makeshift memorial... The back story... New York Family Devastated as Fire Sweeps Home, Kills Six MIKE GOODWIN and ANNE MILLER August 8, 2004 Blaze claims lives of woman's 4 kids, grandson, friend Nancy Self lost four children Saturday in the time it took a fire to sweep through her Division Street home. "What did I do so bad that they took my kids?" Self, 40, asked neighbor Maria Rivera as firefighters worked frantically to save her daughter, three sons, a grandson and a friend. A fast-moving fire tore through her home at...


Taking Over Ads One Spot At A Time

author: luna park : New York, NY (8 weeks ago)



Thereís one trend this summer I actually welcome wholeheartedly and thatís a steady uptick in the number of . Empowered by adbusting, artist activists such as , public space minded artists are keying into , , and , replacing ads with art (and impunity).


 

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