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And a note regarding how fact and fiction merge in unsettling ways. Cool stuff from ZZ ChopIf you're into rad oldschool chopper shit give him a follow . Thank you to all creators. Without you my houses would not be the same. This three day festival will include renowned Bigfoot researchers Cliff Barackman, Kathy Strain and Tom Yamarone, as well as independent filmmakers Craig Flipy and Seth Breedlove. All this will take place on both screens of the historic Balboa Theatre in the Outer Richmond of San Francisco. For people who are into obscure films, giant monsters, drinking beer and talking about cryptozoology, this is for you. bigfootbonanza. We anticipate this event to sell out and are encouraging people to buy their tickets in advance. A voter registration event was held at Holy Rood RC High School, raising awareness among pupils about their eligibility to cast their vote in the Council elections for the first time. co. We need to make our voices heard!". My friend ordered from Neo Garden Catering for the Christmas Party. Below are the foods. No indication on the name of the dishes, unlike the previous time, my neighbour ordered for the wedding where there is indication on the dishes name. Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis of Nez Perce Dugout Canoe A couple of summers ago Allen Pinkham Jr. was here at the Josephy Center teaching workshops. He did a few days of beading and a few making drums with a handful of people interested in the crafts and the Nez Perce Indians who had developed them. At the end of his stay, Allen told me that "We Nez Perce were canoe people you know. " That conversation sent me on a journey that landed enough grant funds to bring Allen back—in fact, he's due in tonight with his father and with Bob Chenoweth from the Nez Perce National Historical Park in Spalding, Idaho. Bob's made a study of historic Nez Perce canoes— there are only a handful in existence, and the park has four of them—and will do a program based on his research. Allen Sr. will chip in with stories of canoes and Nez Perce traditions. Without stealing any of their thunder, I'll say that that initial conversation with Allen and subsequent talks, reading, and thinking have me looking at regional history in different ways. I asked Allen Sr. one time if you stopped someone in downtown Lewiston and asked him or her what two words they associated with Nez Perce, what would they say. "The War and horses," we almost answered my question together. Think about it. One article, two questions, two science-based answers. If you're like me I bet that you've been asking yourself previously, whether the cheap roasted nuts at the supermarket have the same health benefits as the expensive "raw" nuts from the health-food store. My cousin Kay, the best cook I know,visited recently. This is the start of just one of the yummy things she made whileshe was here: a creamy fennel and asparagus potage. I'd love to tell you who paintedthis colorful dragonfly—but I can't. All I do know is that it came from England. Discussed and explained at Snopes. This is the beginning of my new studio space. In contrast, its role as an arms exporter remains much more elusive. While Cuba has begun manufacturing a wide range of arms-related equipment and set up a large industry for converting armoured fighting vehicles in recent years, this industry has so far mostly been serving the needs of Cuba's own Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias. The strong relationship between Angola and Cuba, established during the former's freedom struggle against the Portuguese colonial rule of the country, has had a significant influence on Angola and its armed forces, but was not known to have materialised in the delivery of military equipment to Angola over the past decades. The bond between the countries was once again reaffirmed by recent meetings of Angolan and Cuban officials, where ministers stated their willingness to continue and even strengthen cooperation in the military field. The David IMV, sometimes called 'Iguana', is a direct result of Cuba's inability to replace its dated Soviet inventory of weaponry by equal numbers of newly acquired weaponry from abroad. This solution had to be carried out with a limited budget and more importantly, within the technological capabilities of Cuban factories. Cuba already had limited experience in the manufacturing and conversion of several types of vehicles, mostly by adding to or replacing their weaponry or by equipping vehicles with additional armour for increased protection on the battlefield. I've always had a soft spot for broken things – the things that get left behind, discarded, or passed over. And it's not just with things either. Some of my favorite people were the ones that were last in line, never picked first, and have known great hardship. Even if we never actually talk about what we've had to endure, we look at each other and we just know. There's a tribe of the wounded hearts and broken spirits. These are my people. .