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Heartbeat (Feat. Z Berg). Check out a new song and video from my upcoming album, "American Story". Produced by Val McCallum. LINK IN BIO #heartbeat #brookshubbard #americanstory #dontletgoofyouryouth
This week's Sunday Insta inspiration is close to our hearts and homes . . . @nashvillehistory shares glimpses into what has brought Nashville to this dot on the timeline. Sometimes, we gain insight into the shop's past, such as with this antebellum photo of Nashville, circa 1850. Just 25 years later, Charles and Herbert Hatch would arrive, and the city did not look much different. #preservationthroughproduction #sundayinspiration #americanstory #letterpress #nashvillehistory
This week's Sunday Insta inspiration is close to our hearts and homes . . . @nashvillehistory shares glimpses into what has brought Nashville to this dot on the timeline. Sometimes, we gain insight into the shop's past, such as with this antebellum photo of Nashville, circa 1850. Just 25 years later, Charles and Herbert Hatch would arrive, and the city did not look much different. #preservationthroughproduction  #sundayinspiration  #americanstory  #letterpress  #nashvillehistory 
Happy holidays!  Love Tom, Jesse and Madeline.  Thank you @jpuphl for a dreamscape evening celebrating the culture that unites a nation.  #americanstory #standinginvitetoscranton
If there ever was one photo that tells a story, this is it !  This image has haunted me ever since I visited an exhibition of the work of Gordon Parks, at the Foam gallery Amsterdam, The Netherlands. "Outside Looking In, Mobile, Alabama" shows the backs of five little black girls and a little black boy, their fingers clinging to a wire fence as they stare at the segregated park and amusement rides on the other side. 
Gordon Parks was one of the seminal figures of twentieth century photography. A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006, with a focus on race relations, poverty, civil rights. Gordon Parks was one of the seminal figures of twentieth century photography. A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006, with a focus on race relations, poverty, civil rights, and urban life. In addition, Parks was also a celebrated composer, author, and filmmaker who interacted with many of the most prominent people of his era - from politicians and artists to celebrities and athletes.
 Born into poverty and segregation in Kansas in 1912, Parks was drawn to photography as a young man when he saw images of migrant workers published in a magazine. After buying a camera at a pawnshop, he taught himself how to use it and despite his lack of professional training, he found employment with the Farm Security Administration (FSA), which was then chronicling the nation’s social conditions. Parks quickly developed a style that would make him one of the most celebrated photographers of his age, allowing him to break the color line in professional photography while creating remarkably expressive images that consistently explored the social and economic impact of racism. From :- http://www.gordonparksfoundation.org/artist @gordonparksfoundation #photography #americanstory @foam_amsterdam #gordonparks
If there ever was one photo that tells a story, this is it ! This image has haunted me ever since I visited an exhibition of the work of Gordon Parks, at the Foam gallery Amsterdam, The Netherlands. "Outside Looking In, Mobile, Alabama" shows the backs of five little black girls and a little black boy, their fingers clinging to a wire fence as they stare at the segregated park and amusement rides on the other side. Gordon Parks was one of the seminal figures of twentieth century photography. A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006, with a focus on race relations, poverty, civil rights. Gordon Parks was one of the seminal figures of twentieth century photography. A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006, with a focus on race relations, poverty, civil rights, and urban life. In addition, Parks was also a celebrated composer, author, and filmmaker who interacted with many of the most prominent people of his era - from politicians and artists to celebrities and athletes. Born into poverty and segregation in Kansas in 1912, Parks was drawn to photography as a young man when he saw images of migrant workers published in a magazine. After buying a camera at a pawnshop, he taught himself how to use it and despite his lack of professional training, he found employment with the Farm Security Administration (FSA), which was then chronicling the nation’s social conditions. Parks quickly developed a style that would make him one of the most celebrated photographers of his age, allowing him to break the color line in professional photography while creating remarkably expressive images that consistently explored the social and economic impact of racism. From :- http://www.gordonparksfoundation.org/artist @gordonparksfoundation #photography  #americanstory  @foam_amsterdam #gordonparks 
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Et les photos aussi ... #edwardcurtis #photography #indian #americanstory #loveit
Воспоминания... иногда так хочется вернуться в определённый день и прожить его снова, но знаешь, что дальше в жизни все будет куда как интереснее. И все равно сложно не ностальгировать. #tbt2015 #grandcanyon #americanstory #memories
Воспоминания... иногда так хочется вернуться в определённый день и прожить его снова, но знаешь, что дальше в жизни все будет куда как интереснее. И все равно сложно не ностальгировать. #tbt2015  #grandcanyon  #americanstory  #memories 
Looks like paradise🏝 #florida #weekendtrip #americanstory
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MONDAY

Katharine Drexel told friends that we all are called to be saints, saying simply, “We all have to try.” I asked Connie Wall why she supposed that two miracles attributed to Katharine Drexel were linked to hearing. "We have to learn to listen,” Connie replied. We were walking with Connie's Daughter Amy. “I hear a bird off in the distance, do you hear that?” Connie asked her. Amy cocked her head. “I hear it.” She was too young to recall the quicksilver moment she regained her hearing, but Amy could tell us the best thing she heard. 
Connie leaned down and, touching her daughter’s face, asked, “What is your favorite sound in the whole wide world?” The little girl stopped twirling long enough to listen. Buses grumbled. A plane roared overhead. Children screamed with laughter on a nearby playground. Amy looked delighted. "I like the sound of everything.”
#americanstory#christmas#saints
MONDAY Katharine Drexel told friends that we all are called to be saints, saying simply, “We all have to try.” I asked Connie Wall why she supposed that two miracles attributed to Katharine Drexel were linked to hearing. "We have to learn to listen,” Connie replied. We were walking with Connie's Daughter Amy. “I hear a bird off in the distance, do you hear that?” Connie asked her. Amy cocked her head. “I hear it.” She was too young to recall the quicksilver moment she regained her hearing, but Amy could tell us the best thing she heard. Connie leaned down and, touching her daughter’s face, asked, “What is your favorite sound in the whole wide world?” The little girl stopped twirling long enough to listen. Buses grumbled. A plane roared overhead. Children screamed with laughter on a nearby playground. Amy looked delighted. "I like the sound of everything.” #americanstory #christmas #saints 
Katharine Drexel told friends that we all are called to be saints, saying simply, “We all have to try.” I asked Connie Wall why she supposed that two miracles attributed to Katharine Drexel were linked to hearing. "We have to learn to listen,” Connie replied. We were walking with Connie's Daughter Amy. “I hear a bird off in the distance, do you hear that?” Connie asked her. Amy cocked her head. “I hear it.” She was too young to recall the quicksilver moment she regained her hearing, but Amy could tell us the best thing she heard. 
Connie leaned down and, touching her daughter’s face, asked, “What is your favorite sound in the whole wide world?” The little girl stopped twirling long enough to listen. Buses grumbled. A plane roared overhead. Children screamed with laughter on a nearby playground. Amy looked delighted. "I like the sound of everything.”#americanstory#christmas#saints
Katharine Drexel told friends that we all are called to be saints, saying simply, “We all have to try.” I asked Connie Wall why she supposed that two miracles attributed to Katharine Drexel were linked to hearing. "We have to learn to listen,” Connie replied. We were walking with Connie's Daughter Amy. “I hear a bird off in the distance, do you hear that?” Connie asked her. Amy cocked her head. “I hear it.” She was too young to recall the quicksilver moment she regained her hearing, but Amy could tell us the best thing she heard. Connie leaned down and, touching her daughter’s face, asked, “What is your favorite sound in the whole wide world?” The little girl stopped twirling long enough to listen. Buses grumbled. A plane roared overhead. Children screamed with laughter on a nearby playground. Amy looked delighted. "I like the sound of everything.”#americanstory #christmas #saints 
My memories about San Diego are long beaches 🏖️, boats 🛥️, huge ships 🛳️, palm trees 🌴, tons of cactus 🌵 and of course the taste of margaritas 🍸
My memories about San Diego are long beaches 🏖️, boats 🛥️, huge ships 🛳️, palm trees 🌴, tons of cactus 🌵 and of course the taste of margaritas 🍸
'Tis the Season for Giving & Stuffing those Stockings!
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'Tis the Season for Giving & Stuffing those Stockings! - Buy at: www.FreedomFidgets.com - Please forward to your family and friends. We will be using part of the proceeds to support a first responder and their family in need this Christmas. Thank you for your support! - Happy Holidays - The Craners - - ------------------------------ Unwind | Stress Less | Be Free - #happyholiday  #christmasshopping  #stockingstuffers  #freedom  #handcrafted  #usa  #madeintheusa  #madeinamerica  #americanstory  #familybusiness  #americandream  #freedomfidgets  #firstresponders  #police  #firefighter  #paramedic  #military  #veterans  #americanheroes  #fidgetspinners  #fidgetlife  #fidgetedc  #healthylifestyle  #wellness  #stressrelief  #stressfree  #stressless 
"Look at this marvelous book !" - GANGSTERS, edition Heredium !
#1950 #policeman #cop #flic #Charles #pointing #fingering #bullet #hole #gun #crime #minornews #collectionchristopheleflot #americanstory #life #death #heredium
It's hard to go more than five minutes without hearing the 'Jingle Bells.' The truth is that you should have been hearing it in November.  Composer James Pierpont wrote the song to play during the  Thanksgiving sleigh races near Boston.  People loved the song and eventually changed the lyrics to fit Christmas. Not sure if the original lyrics contained the line, “Dashing through the snow, in a one-turkey open sleigh.”#americanstory#christmas#jinglebells
It's hard to go more than five minutes without hearing the 'Jingle Bells.' The truth is that you should have been hearing it in November. Composer James Pierpont wrote the song to play during the Thanksgiving sleigh races near Boston. People loved the song and eventually changed the lyrics to fit Christmas. Not sure if the original lyrics contained the line, “Dashing through the snow, in a one-turkey open sleigh.”#americanstory #christmas #jinglebells 
'Tis the Season for Giving & Stuffing those Stockings!
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Buy at:
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Please forward to your family and friends. We will be using part of the proceeds to support a first responder and their family in need this Christmas. Thank you for your support!
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Happy Holidays
- The Craners -
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#happyholiday #christmasshopping #stockingstuffers #freedom #handcrafted #usa #madeintheusa #madeinamerica #americanstory #familybusiness #americandream #freedomfidgets #firstresponders #police #firefighter #paramedic #military #veterans #americanheroes #fidgetspinners #fidgetlife #fidgetedc #healthylifestyle #wellness #stressrelief #stressfree #stressless
'Tis the Season for Giving & Stuffing those Stockings! - Buy at: www.FreedomFidgets.com - Please forward to your family and friends. We will be using part of the proceeds to support a first responder and their family in need this Christmas. Thank you for your support! - Happy Holidays - The Craners - - ------------------------------ Unwind | Stress Less | Be Free - #happyholiday  #christmasshopping  #stockingstuffers  #freedom  #handcrafted  #usa  #madeintheusa  #madeinamerica  #americanstory  #familybusiness  #americandream  #freedomfidgets  #firstresponders  #police  #firefighter  #paramedic  #military  #veterans  #americanheroes  #fidgetspinners  #fidgetlife  #fidgetedc  #healthylifestyle  #wellness  #stressrelief  #stressfree  #stressless 
An advertising copy writer Bob May created Rudolph, Santa's most famous reindeer.  The little red nose wonder appeared in a department store promotion in 1939.  Became a big success, but May received no royalties because the department store, Montgomery Ward, owned the copyright.  Sadly, May almost went bankrupt paying for his ailing wife's medical bills before finally convincing Montgomery Ward to give him the rights to the plucky reindeer. Rudolph became an even bigger success when May set the story to music with the help of his songwriter brother-in-law Johnny Marks. A famous rendition recorded by Gene Autry became one of the best-selling Christmas songs of all time, selling more than two million copies.#americanstory#Christmas#rudolphtherednosereindeer
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mfWH2AVSrww
An advertising copy writer Bob May created Rudolph, Santa's most famous reindeer. The little red nose wonder appeared in a department store promotion in 1939. Became a big success, but May received no royalties because the department store, Montgomery Ward, owned the copyright. Sadly, May almost went bankrupt paying for his ailing wife's medical bills before finally convincing Montgomery Ward to give him the rights to the plucky reindeer. Rudolph became an even bigger success when May set the story to music with the help of his songwriter brother-in-law Johnny Marks. A famous rendition recorded by Gene Autry became one of the best-selling Christmas songs of all time, selling more than two million copies.#americanstory #Christmas #rudolphtherednosereindeer  https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mfWH2AVSrww
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La boca en el bordillo  #e30 #justice #copslikemycar #americanstory #318is #supremacy
The poem that practically invented the modern concept of Santa almost stayed in the drawer. Clement Moore, a dour 19th century classics professor, wrote the poem for his family to celebrate Christmas, allegedly drawing inspiration for Santa from a pudgy Dutch driver who took his family on a sleigh ride. But Moore never intended for it to be made public. In fact, a close friend of Moore's actually sent the poem to the Sentinel newspaper, where it was published anonymously. The writer felt the poem was beneath his talents, and when it was published and became a huge hit, he denied authoring it for nearly 15 years. (It was eventually included in an anthology of Moore's work thanks to the urging of his kids, who no doubt still believed in Santa.)#americanstory#Christmas
The poem that practically invented the modern concept of Santa almost stayed in the drawer. Clement Moore, a dour 19th century classics professor, wrote the poem for his family to celebrate Christmas, allegedly drawing inspiration for Santa from a pudgy Dutch driver who took his family on a sleigh ride. But Moore never intended for it to be made public. In fact, a close friend of Moore's actually sent the poem to the Sentinel newspaper, where it was published anonymously. The writer felt the poem was beneath his talents, and when it was published and became a huge hit, he denied authoring it for nearly 15 years. (It was eventually included in an anthology of Moore's work thanks to the urging of his kids, who no doubt still believed in Santa.)#americanstory #Christmas 
During the holidays, the past does not slide back into the past.  The people in your life gather invisibly around.  Both my parents are gone.  Their story lives on.  My mom filled in for the lead actress in Show Boat when the Broadway show came to St. Louis.  Sang a song with the lyrics, “He’s just my Bill.” Bill Dotson, my dad, thought she was singing right to him.  Mom finally went out with him because, she joked, “I liked his mustache, his black wavy hair and his green Packard convertible, not necessarily in that order.”#americanstory#st.louis#memories#themuny
During the holidays, the past does not slide back into the past. The people in your life gather invisibly around. Both my parents are gone. Their story lives on. My mom filled in for the lead actress in Show Boat when the Broadway show came to St. Louis. Sang a song with the lyrics, “He’s just my Bill.” Bill Dotson, my dad, thought she was singing right to him. Mom finally went out with him because, she joked, “I liked his mustache, his black wavy hair and his green Packard convertible, not necessarily in that order.”#americanstory #st .louis#memories #themuny 
Catch us on these beautiful days with Ankara and stylish English😱😱😱😱😱#southern #americanstory #velvetastyleforeverystory #velcrorollers #designslikenoother #beaustifullymade #readytowear #baad2017 #fashionista #styleblogger #sharonkaydesigns
Earl say : "Buy the GANGSTERS book" 
Earl confessed the decapitation of his 53 years old wife.
#confession #earl #Seattle #1945 #crime #murder #murderer #usa #minornews #cigaret #cigarette #allumettes #horror #gruesome #knife #hunterknife #americanstory #collectionchristopheleflot #faitdivers #death #press #archive
The solitary street vendor flicked a slice of potato off his thousand-dollar suit, smiled to himself, and asked, “Why would you buy four peelers, if they last a lifetime? Well, you have four friends. That’s why.”
Joe Ades could talk a starving dog off a meat truck. A woman rummaged through her purse, pulled out some bills and dangled them in front of him. He ignored the money until others brought out their dollars, too. That’s when he finally made eye contact with his crowd, selling the peelers as fast as he could pull them from a box. In the garden of life, big things can grow from small beginnings, provided you use enough fertilizer.
That man in the thousand-dollar suit sold his five-dollar potato peelers on New York City street corners six days a week, ten hours a day—a work ethic that helped pay for an apartment on Park Avenue, one of the priciest streets in America. When I visited him there, Joe led me down a beautiful hallway filled with art to show me his warehouse. Boxes and boxes of vegetable peelers—nine thousand of them—were stacked in what once was a maid’s room. He lived on what he could sell every day. He had no savings, no credit cards, and no checking account.
“Never underestimate a small amount of money, gathered by hand for sixty years,” Joe explained.
What’s the most unusual thing he ever sold? Joe savored the question as he would a sip of wine.
“Unusual? Ah, Christmas trees in February,” he smiled. “Sold them for Chinese New Year!”
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The solitary street vendor flicked a slice of potato off his thousand-dollar suit, smiled to himself, and asked, “Why would you buy four peelers, if they last a lifetime? Well, you have four friends. That’s why.” Joe Ades could talk a starving dog off a meat truck. A woman rummaged through her purse, pulled out some bills and dangled them in front of him. He ignored the money until others brought out their dollars, too. That’s when he finally made eye contact with his crowd, selling the peelers as fast as he could pull them from a box. In the garden of life, big things can grow from small beginnings, provided you use enough fertilizer. That man in the thousand-dollar suit sold his five-dollar potato peelers on New York City street corners six days a week, ten hours a day—a work ethic that helped pay for an apartment on Park Avenue, one of the priciest streets in America. When I visited him there, Joe led me down a beautiful hallway filled with art to show me his warehouse. Boxes and boxes of vegetable peelers—nine thousand of them—were stacked in what once was a maid’s room. He lived on what he could sell every day. He had no savings, no credit cards, and no checking account. “Never underestimate a small amount of money, gathered by hand for sixty years,” Joe explained. What’s the most unusual thing he ever sold? Joe savored the question as he would a sip of wine. “Unusual? Ah, Christmas trees in February,” he smiled. “Sold them for Chinese New Year!” .#americanstory #newyork 
My Sister Cindy With Our Dad And Mom Sitting In Her Childhood Bedroom In New Jersey. 1978. Happy Birthday Cindy a Day Early! So interesting to see our parents being parents to us when we were younger then @anyalibi and @jerms11. #visualhistory #americanstory #archivedive #neverprinted #photographythoughts
Lovely evening listening to the Jazz Orchestra at the Governor’s School for the Arts here in Greenville.  Place is tuition free for talented high school students from around South Carolina.  The place is designed like a Tuscan villa.  One of the most beautiful schools I’ve seen and I’ve seen a few.  Who wouldn’t want to live on this campus?  I’d work here for a slice of pizza and the view of the Falls.  #yeathatgreenville#governorsschool#americanstory
Lovely evening listening to the Jazz Orchestra at the Governor’s School for the Arts here in Greenville. Place is tuition free for talented high school students from around South Carolina. The place is designed like a Tuscan villa. One of the most beautiful schools I’ve seen and I’ve seen a few. Who wouldn’t want to live on this campus? I’d work here for a slice of pizza and the view of the Falls. #yeathatgreenville #governorsschool #americanstory 
The House Of Slaves in Africa...
#americanpast #blackslaves #americanstory #fromafrica #fromafricatotheworld
Иногда я не испытываю страсти к путешествиям.Хочу сидеть за прочными домашними стенами и глядеть на дождь за окном. Ни стоит никуда спешить и журнал GEO гораздо уместнее. 🍀Но бывает страсть как охота умчаться за тридевять земель и почувствовать себя отрезанным ломтем с маслом на другом конце света.  Меня поймут те, кто хоть раз  приземлялся на Американском континенте.🇺🇸
🌴Каково же, всё-таки , происхождение неописуемого драйва, исходящего сразу уже от самой взлетной посадочной полосы? Я думаю, чтобы найти его источник, стоит копнуть поглубже, глубоко в историю стоит копнуть, чтобы разобраться почему в Хьюстоне такой сладостный запах океана​👙⛵ хотя до Мексиканского залива в общем-то не близко. ✨Обратимся же , в начале, к периоду в европейской истории, когда Америка ещё не была открыта(смешно , наверное, будучи индейцем, слушать как тебя открыли🌵), да и самые передовые христианские конфессии себя открыть ещё не успели. История эта отмечена многими реалиями, вызвавшими, в итоге, недовольство, а потом и относительный закат католической церкви. ✨Вспомним же здесь о временах продажи индульгенций. А ведь хороша идея - продажа( покупка) избавления от наказаний за грехи! Пожалуй это то главное и последнее, что переполнило терпение передовой на тот момент части христиан.Какое отношение индульгенции имеют к пьянящему запаху океана в Хьюстоне спросите вы? Сами индульгенции, в общем-то, не имеют, но они были предвестниками событий, которые, в итоге, существенно повлияли на этот запах, но это уже будет другая #историяпроАмерику. 🌋
#Америка #Хьюстон #американскаяистория #история #Houston #America #journey #путешествия #Америка🇺🇸 #историипроАмерику #story #history #americanstories #americanstory #USA #рассказы #литература
Иногда я не испытываю страсти к путешествиям.Хочу сидеть за прочными домашними стенами и глядеть на дождь за окном. Ни стоит никуда спешить и журнал GEO гораздо уместнее. 🍀Но бывает страсть как охота умчаться за тридевять земель и почувствовать себя отрезанным ломтем с маслом на другом конце света. Меня поймут те, кто хоть раз приземлялся на Американском континенте.🇺🇸 🌴Каково же, всё-таки , происхождение неописуемого драйва, исходящего сразу уже от самой взлетной посадочной полосы? Я думаю, чтобы найти его источник, стоит копнуть поглубже, глубоко в историю стоит копнуть, чтобы разобраться почему в Хьюстоне такой сладостный запах океана​👙⛵ хотя до Мексиканского залива в общем-то не близко. ✨Обратимся же , в начале, к периоду в европейской истории, когда Америка ещё не была открыта(смешно , наверное, будучи индейцем, слушать как тебя открыли🌵), да и самые передовые христианские конфессии себя открыть ещё не успели. История эта отмечена многими реалиями, вызвавшими, в итоге, недовольство, а потом и относительный закат католической церкви. ✨Вспомним же здесь о временах продажи индульгенций. А ведь хороша идея - продажа( покупка) избавления от наказаний за грехи! Пожалуй это то главное и последнее, что переполнило терпение передовой на тот момент части христиан.Какое отношение индульгенции имеют к пьянящему запаху океана в Хьюстоне спросите вы? Сами индульгенции, в общем-то, не имеют, но они были предвестниками событий, которые, в итоге, существенно повлияли на этот запах, но это уже будет другая #историяпроАмерику . 🌋 #Америка  #Хьюстон  #американскаяистория  #история  #Houston  #America  #journey  #путешествия  #Америка 🇺🇸 #историипроАмерику  #story  #history  #americanstories  #americanstory  #USA  #рассказы  #литература 
Why do some places not only survive, but thrive, while others become living Ghost Towns?  Here’s a Christmas story that explains why America works despite our political chaos. #americanstory#visualstorytelling 
https://vimeo.com/191719300
Why do some places not only survive, but thrive, while others become living Ghost Towns? Here’s a Christmas story that explains why America works despite our political chaos. #americanstory #visualstorytelling  https://vimeo.com/191719300
Believe in yourself and you will be unstoppable ______________________________________________________________Это случилось осенью ..2014. Каждый день в течении недели я шуршала в интернете и форумах в поисках лучшей фирмы , которая занимается отправкой студентов по программе work&travel. Ведь я окончательно решила ехать, а другого варианта у меня и не оставалось. 🤷‍♀️И вот найдя ту самую , я пошла подавать заявку. На тот момент стоимость программы была около 2000$ ,не считая билетов. Помимо того, что ты подал заявку , тебе предлагают массу дополнительных курсов по английскому языку , которые я конечно же подхватила 😂 да я думаю мне это помогло на 45% , у нас было много занятий с носителям языка , где мы болтали , учились , ну и в основном занимались всякой фигней 😂 Каждый из нас в глубине души очень хотел попасть по ту сторону океана и убедиться своими глазами , что существует тот самый мир, где клиент всегда прав , а однополые браки уже явно что то "нормальное". Уже в середине января мне позвонили с агенства и уведомили о том , то нашлась для меня работа , а городе Сан Франциско ...работать баристой почти в самом центре города , а зарплата то какая ?! Целых 11$ !!! Вот это успех подумала я и обрадовалась (но на минуточку , калифорнийский минимум составляет 10.50$/час , это я только приехав сюда поняла , что 11$ это сущие копейки и ничего не купить да скопить нельзя , а особенно в одном из самых дорогих городов -СФ) . И вот половине нашей группы уже нашли работу и нам оставалось ждать судного часа , а точнее часа с собеседования с консулом ....продолжение следует👉🏼 #california2017#malibu#selfie#instamood#instagood#cookies#santacruzcakes#shapoblog#bayarea#lossngeles#bayarea#malibulosangeles#work&travel#vacation#trip#americanstory#cookies#goodmood#weather#ворктравел#benlomond#lifestyleblogger#жизньодна#студенты#bishkek#urbanlife#ttupart3
Believe in yourself and you will be unstoppable ______________________________________________________________Это случилось осенью ..2014. Каждый день в течении недели я шуршала в интернете и форумах в поисках лучшей фирмы , которая занимается отправкой студентов по программе work&travel. Ведь я окончательно решила ехать, а другого варианта у меня и не оставалось. 🤷‍♀️И вот найдя ту самую , я пошла подавать заявку. На тот момент стоимость программы была около 2000$ ,не считая билетов. Помимо того, что ты подал заявку , тебе предлагают массу дополнительных курсов по английскому языку , которые я конечно же подхватила 😂 да я думаю мне это помогло на 45% , у нас было много занятий с носителям языка , где мы болтали , учились , ну и в основном занимались всякой фигней 😂 Каждый из нас в глубине души очень хотел попасть по ту сторону океана и убедиться своими глазами , что существует тот самый мир, где клиент всегда прав , а однополые браки уже явно что то "нормальное". Уже в середине января мне позвонили с агенства и уведомили о том , то нашлась для меня работа , а городе Сан Франциско ...работать баристой почти в самом центре города , а зарплата то какая ?! Целых 11$ !!! Вот это успех подумала я и обрадовалась (но на минуточку , калифорнийский минимум составляет 10.50$/час , это я только приехав сюда поняла , что 11$ это сущие копейки и ничего не купить да скопить нельзя , а особенно в одном из самых дорогих городов -СФ) . И вот половине нашей группы уже нашли работу и нам оставалось ждать судного часа , а точнее часа с собеседования с консулом ....продолжение следует👉🏼 #california2017 #malibu #selfie #instamood #instagood #cookies #santacruzcakes #shapoblog #bayarea #lossngeles #bayarea #malibulosangeles #work &travel#vacation #trip #americanstory #cookies #goodmood #weather #ворктравел #benlomond #lifestyleblogger #жизньодна #студенты #bishkek #urbanlife #ttupart3 
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Last week I had the honor of seeing the short piece I wrote about my Papa's rosary and Irish passport featured in The Tenement Museum's new Your Story, Our Story exhibit/classroom. It was overwhelming to see it featured with objects from all over the world that have immigrated here with different families. Together they begin to show how the puzzle of American History and who we are is put together. I'm so excited to see how much YSOS and @thetenementmuseum have already accomplished and have such hopes for all that can be achieved moving forward. Thank you for letting my family be a part of that :) #keogh #ireland #passport #catholic #religion #rosary #family #immigration #americanstory #tenementmuseum #yourstoryourstory #ilovemyfamily #ilovemyjob
Last week I had the honor of seeing the short piece I wrote about my Papa's rosary and Irish passport featured in The Tenement Museum's new Your Story, Our Story exhibit/classroom. It was overwhelming to see it featured with objects from all over the world that have immigrated here with different families. Together they begin to show how the puzzle of American History and who we are is put together. I'm so excited to see how much YSOS and @thetenementmuseum have already accomplished and have such hopes for all that can be achieved moving forward. Thank you for letting my family be a part of that :) #keogh  #ireland  #passport  #catholic  #religion  #rosary  #family  #immigration  #americanstory  #tenementmuseum  #yourstoryourstory  #ilovemyfamily  #ilovemyjob 
За окном снежный шторм, который оседает ледяной коркой на дороге. На календаре - выходные. В доме тепло и уютно.
 С утра мы успели поиграть в снежки, а сейчас греемся внутри, вдыхаем аромат ёлки, и читаем. Так что, это что-то вроде "идеального шторма". Happy weekend, everyone!

#weekend#cozyhome#usa#americanstory#lazyday#snowflakes#snowstorm#booklover#reading#atmosphere#instamood#familygoal#relax#chill#christmastree#aromatherapy#myusa#ukrainiangirl#nikolaevgram#backtowork
За окном снежный шторм, который оседает ледяной коркой на дороге. На календаре - выходные. В доме тепло и уютно. С утра мы успели поиграть в снежки, а сейчас греемся внутри, вдыхаем аромат ёлки, и читаем. Так что, это что-то вроде "идеального шторма". Happy weekend, everyone! #weekend #cozyhome #usa #americanstory #lazyday #snowflakes #snowstorm #booklover #reading #atmosphere #instamood #familygoal #relax #chill #christmastree #aromatherapy #myusa #ukrainiangirl #nikolaevgram #backtowork 
American Fair Series. Chatham, NY 2004. Spending time looking at my own work in The America #sociallandscape as I sit here trying to reckon with all  the antagonistic energy coming out of Washington. #americanstory #myownarchive  #photographythoughts
"Voilà, faites vous en désignant le colis venu d'Amérique, une quantité impressionnante de timbres verts identiques collés de travers en témoigne" ✍🏻#citation #mercymarypatty#lolalafon#patriciahearst #herlife #americanstory #americanpsycho #california #belair #paris #paris12 #streetphotography #walkinparis #saturdaymorning #somesunshine #cloudysky #parisianlife
WoW Rick Hughes #leclub #americanstory
Это не помеха. Видимо этому суждено было случиться.🤙🥀🌹🌋🏥⏳
#сила #желание #результатбудет #настроенностьна #stronger #americanstory #instastory #instastrong #life #girl
Advice to my granddaughter Zoe:  People who manage to live their dreams do not wait to be dealt a good hand.  They play a bad hand well, over and over again.#americanstory#advice#venice#gondola
Advice to my granddaughter Zoe: People who manage to live their dreams do not wait to be dealt a good hand. They play a bad hand well, over and over again.#americanstory #advice #venice #gondola 
Joe Junior. 3rd Avenue #nyc #tunaonryetoast #oldschool #americanstory #photographythoughts
WE PAUSE TO REMEMBER THE 76TH ANNIVERSARY OF PEARL HARBOR, ONE OF AMERICA'S DARKEST MOMENTS.  THE JAPANESE SURPRISE ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII, PULLED US INTO A WORLD WAR.  That tragedy was a gathering storm when the Nazi’s arrested a young architect, Alfred Preis, in Vienna, Austria.  He managed to escape.  Fled to Belgium, but was caught again when the Germans overran that country. Preis spent months in an internment camp and then managed to break out again. Made it to London. He asked where he could go to get away from war. Someone suggested Pearl Harbor.
Alfred Preis was picked up in the first long breath after the Japanese bombed Hawaii.
He thought they needed him as a translator, since he could speak several languages, instead he felt a sharp, cold object against his back.
“A bayonet,” Preis winced, “and a voice said, ‘Go ahead.’“
He was pushed through a door into a darkened room. All around him were little glowing lights at all different heights, people sitting on bunk beds smoking cigarettes.
The former conductor of the Honolulu symphony was there; so were most of the chefs of Hawaii’s great hotels – U.S. citizens from Germany, Italy, and Norway who had been rounded up as possible spies.
The next day, Preis and the others were herded onto Sand Island.
"No floors,” recalled Preis, “cots without mattresses. Mud on the ground. When we lay on the cots, they started to sink and kept on sinking.“
They slept in the mud.
Preis, a newlywed, caught a glimpse of his wife, who was being held with other women behind a chain link fence on the other side of the island.
"The guards heard me trying to yell to her,” Preis said with tears in his eyes. “They took my wedding ring away. They told me they didn’t want me to use it to bribe my jailers for a chance to be with her.”
Alfred Preis stayed in Hawaii after the war, even though the architect could only find work, digging ditches. Eventually, he did something else. Twenty years later, not far from his island prison, Preis offered a simple tribute to those who fell at Pearl Harbor. You might know his work. He is the architect who designed the USS Arizona memorial.#americanstory#pearlharbor#hawaii
WE PAUSE TO REMEMBER THE 76TH ANNIVERSARY OF PEARL HARBOR, ONE OF AMERICA'S DARKEST MOMENTS. THE JAPANESE SURPRISE ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII, PULLED US INTO A WORLD WAR. That tragedy was a gathering storm when the Nazi’s arrested a young architect, Alfred Preis, in Vienna, Austria. He managed to escape. Fled to Belgium, but was caught again when the Germans overran that country. Preis spent months in an internment camp and then managed to break out again. Made it to London. He asked where he could go to get away from war. Someone suggested Pearl Harbor. Alfred Preis was picked up in the first long breath after the Japanese bombed Hawaii. He thought they needed him as a translator, since he could speak several languages, instead he felt a sharp, cold object against his back. “A bayonet,” Preis winced, “and a voice said, ‘Go ahead.’“ He was pushed through a door into a darkened room. All around him were little glowing lights at all different heights, people sitting on bunk beds smoking cigarettes. The former conductor of the Honolulu symphony was there; so were most of the chefs of Hawaii’s great hotels – U.S. citizens from Germany, Italy, and Norway who had been rounded up as possible spies. The next day, Preis and the others were herded onto Sand Island. "No floors,” recalled Preis, “cots without mattresses. Mud on the ground. When we lay on the cots, they started to sink and kept on sinking.“ They slept in the mud. Preis, a newlywed, caught a glimpse of his wife, who was being held with other women behind a chain link fence on the other side of the island. "The guards heard me trying to yell to her,” Preis said with tears in his eyes. “They took my wedding ring away. They told me they didn’t want me to use it to bribe my jailers for a chance to be with her.” Alfred Preis stayed in Hawaii after the war, even though the architect could only find work, digging ditches. Eventually, he did something else. Twenty years later, not far from his island prison, Preis offered a simple tribute to those who fell at Pearl Harbor. You might know his work. He is the architect who designed the USS Arizona memorial.#americanstory #pearlharbor #hawaii 
"Elle nous dit Pas, Violaine, que ce qu'elle ne considère pas comme une maladie est pour elle une façon de se tenir à l'écart d'un monde bouillant et avide, un refuge" 📚#lolalafon #citation #mercymarypatty #litterature #frenchwriter #books #patriciahearst #roman #herstory #americanstory #inspiration #style #womenstory #paris #centrepompidou #exhibitionphotography#phototopower#harunfarocki #imagescontreellesmemes#farocki #deutschartist #alarecherchedunsens#derrierelesimages #parisianlife #urbanlife#parisisart
"Elle nous dit Pas, Violaine, que ce qu'elle ne considère pas comme une maladie est pour elle une façon de se tenir à l'écart d'un monde bouillant et avide, un refuge" 📚#lolalafon  #citation  #mercymarypatty  #litterature  #frenchwriter  #books  #patriciahearst  #roman  #herstory  #americanstory  #inspiration  #style  #womenstory  #paris  #centrepompidou  #exhibitionphotography #phototopower #harunfarocki  #imagescontreellesmemes #farocki  #deutschartist  #alarecherchedunsens #derrierelesimages  #parisianlife  #urbanlife #parisisart 
5 days left || @sin_pecado_film || link in bio || #texture
5 days left || @sin_pecado_film || link in bio || #texture 
Ever wonder how your street got it's name?  Holmes Street in Mystic, CT, was named for a man who tasted revenge in a big way.  Young Jerry Holmes was pressed into service with the British navy in 1804.  It took him three years to escape.  He returned home with nothing but a valuable education. 
When the War of 1812 broke out,  British war ships with 160 cannons appeared near Jerry's home.  He manned a cannon scoring direct hits on HMS Dispatch, firing so rapidly and accurately, the English captains were convinced that more than one cannon was in play and eventually sailed away, defeated by a man the British navy had taught to shoot a cannon.
Jerry Holmes died in Mystic at age 90.  Still grinning.#americanstory#mysticct
Ever wonder how your street got it's name? Holmes Street in Mystic, CT, was named for a man who tasted revenge in a big way. Young Jerry Holmes was pressed into service with the British navy in 1804. It took him three years to escape. He returned home with nothing but a valuable education. When the War of 1812 broke out, British war ships with 160 cannons appeared near Jerry's home. He manned a cannon scoring direct hits on HMS Dispatch, firing so rapidly and accurately, the English captains were convinced that more than one cannon was in play and eventually sailed away, defeated by a man the British navy had taught to shoot a cannon. Jerry Holmes died in Mystic at age 90. Still grinning.#americanstory #mysticct 
"On ne peut pas protéger les gens, petit, répondit Wally. Tout ce qu'on peut faire c'est les aimer" ❤️#johnirving #citation #loeuvrededieulapartdudiable #americanstory #americanauthor #irving #genial #books #litterature #americannovelist #screenwriter #paris #urbanlife #wallart #grafitti #freakyparis#parisiannight #streetphotography #streetart #urbanphotography
It's time to buy the book "GANGSTERS" !!!
John is waiting for you !!!
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Ladies With Matching Sunglass Inserts Help Each Other Across Main Street. Northampton, Massachusetts 1978. #neverprinted #archivedive ‘Tis The #oldendays when a woman would step out for the afternoon with her fur jacket on and a causal pair of slacks and hair that does not move with the wind. #visualhistory #americanstory #streetview #photographythoughts
My friend and mentor Charles Kuralt, the reporter who first persuaded people who sign paychecks to let him look for stories beyond the bright lights, once spoke about the need for more meaningful content on television. “...It’s not an information superhighway that we have provided our country so far. What it is, is a crowded dirt road on a Saturday afternoon with everybody trying to get to the picnic grounds at the same time. Sitting in their pick-up trucks, honking their horns, with the children crying and the dogs barking. It’s a raucous, democratic mess is what it is. That is what we have created. What a pity that we haven’t yet created very many programs that are truly excellent and therefore truly memorable. What a pity that we don’t do it regularly, year after year. And we could. We could make television people would remember and tell their children about. Television that would last and be remembered as long as there are human beings. I don’t want to hurt anybody’s feelings, but I think television is too important to be left to us television people. We’ve shown what we’re good at and it’s all right. But America needs a lot more than basketball and bowling. We need a rebirth of great ideas to inspire us and inspire our children. This country is rich in writers and teachers, painters and dancers, thinkers and musicians, and dreamers, and poets of brilliant insight and blazing talent. They could raise our sights as a nation. As one who has slogged along the back road that may become the information superhighway, I cannot help but hope that the real achievements of television are still up there ahead of us.”#americanstory#television#cbs#story
My friend and mentor Charles Kuralt, the reporter who first persuaded people who sign paychecks to let him look for stories beyond the bright lights, once spoke about the need for more meaningful content on television. “...It’s not an information superhighway that we have provided our country so far. What it is, is a crowded dirt road on a Saturday afternoon with everybody trying to get to the picnic grounds at the same time. Sitting in their pick-up trucks, honking their horns, with the children crying and the dogs barking. It’s a raucous, democratic mess is what it is. That is what we have created. What a pity that we haven’t yet created very many programs that are truly excellent and therefore truly memorable. What a pity that we don’t do it regularly, year after year. And we could. We could make television people would remember and tell their children about. Television that would last and be remembered as long as there are human beings. I don’t want to hurt anybody’s feelings, but I think television is too important to be left to us television people. We’ve shown what we’re good at and it’s all right. But America needs a lot more than basketball and bowling. We need a rebirth of great ideas to inspire us and inspire our children. This country is rich in writers and teachers, painters and dancers, thinkers and musicians, and dreamers, and poets of brilliant insight and blazing talent. They could raise our sights as a nation. As one who has slogged along the back road that may become the information superhighway, I cannot help but hope that the real achievements of television are still up there ahead of us.”#americanstory #television #cbs #story