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DJ DEANNE – Purple Does Dallas Pride: Prism
Event on 2017-09-15 00:00:00

at Lizard Lounge
2424 Swiss Avenue
Dallas, United States

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Socials with Chef Evelyn – Ida Claire
Event on 2017-11-07 18:45:00
Socials with Chef Evelyn at Ida Claire!  Join the Chef Evelyn, as she takes you on a tour to sample some of the best restaurants Dallas has to offer. Join the fun on select weeknights as we gather to mingle, network but most of all enjoy some great food! Don’t worry, we won’t have you out late! You can come straight from work, have a great meal and still catch your favorite show at home before the night is over.  The eleventh stop of 2017 is Ida Claire in Addison. So come on out, bring a friend or two and let’s EAT!  View their website and menu here: ida-claire.com   FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? All Registrants must be 21 years of age or older  What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is parking available, within walking distance.  How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please visit ChefEvelyn.com/Contact to send an email with your questions. Please Type "Socials with Chef Evelyn (restaurant name) " in the subject line. What's the refund policy? All tickets purchased are non-refundable and non-transferrable.  What Does my "Reservation Fee" Include? Your "reservation fee" ticket includes Chef Evelyn's research, organization, and planning of the social event and seating with the group. (seating with the group will vary depending on restaurant layout) It does not include, any food or beverage purchase.  Each person is responsible for their own meal/menu purchases. Can I (or a friend) attend without registering? No. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the event, reservations will only be made for the people who register prior to the deadline. Persons who attend who have not registered will not be seated in the group or included in the group activities. What happens if I am late? Please don't be. Most restaurants will not hold seating for persons who have not arrived. Please plan on being early to guarantee that you will be seated with the group.

at Ida Claire
5001 Belt Line Rd, Dallas
Dallas, United States

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Adult Workshop: Linocut
Event on 2017-07-29 13:00:00
In connection with Visions of America: Three Centuries of Prints from the National Gallery of Art, this workshop will give you the chance to make your own linoleum prints. Before going into the studio, you will learn about the exhibition and the printmaking processes represented by the works on view. Instructed by Steven Foutch, Assistant Professor of Printmaking at the University of Dallas, you will create your design on linoleum and carve it out to make your print block. Then you will print your design on paper to create a finished piece to frame or put on a tote bag. Included in your ticket is: Admission and tour of Visions of America: Three Centuries of Prints from the National Gallery Finished linocut design printed on paper or tote Class size is limited and registration is required. Public – .00 DMA Member – .00

at Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N Harwood
Dallas, United States

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This is a wonderful book by Thich Nhat Hanh. His perception of Buddhism and Christianity is right on point. I really like his philosophy regarding, religion, recognition of faiths, and integration of faiths. Living Buddha, Living Christ, comes alive while reading these excellent words on its pages. One is able to feel the “spirit” or in other words the “breath” flowing in a natural manner while being mindful over the words being read.

This awesome book has ten chapters and a wonderful glossary of term at the end. However, one would miss a whole lot of vital information if the Introduction is not read. Listen to these words found in the introduction regarding knowing oneself:

“So while you accompany me, although you do not yet understand it, you have already come to know, and you will be called ‘the one who knows himself.’ For whoever has not known himself knows nothing, but he who has known himself has already understood the depth of all things.”

This is such an awesome beginning for a book of this nature and for one to read and understand the concepts and principles being presented.

Chapter One addresses the lessons regarding to Be Still And Know. The section on “Interbeing” states:

“In the Psalms, it says, ‘Be still and know that I am God.’ ‘Be still’ means to become peaceful and concentrated. The Buddhist term is samatha (stopping, calming, concentrating). ‘Know’ means to acquire wisdom, insight, or understanding. The Buddhist term is vipasyana (insight, or looking deeply). ‘Looking deeply’ means observing something or someone with so much concentration that the distinction between observer and observed disappears.”

Naturally, one is able to see that this text not only spells things out progressively. It is also based on teaching the basic foundation for understanding.

Chapter Three covers The First Supper. While we eat we must realize that our food is a gift from God and we must be thankful for every meal. Hanh states, “To eat a piece of bread or a bowl of rice mindfully and see that every morsel is a gift of the whole universe is to live deeply.” This is really a religious experience for many and is like unto the priest giving the body of Christ to communicants.

This awesome book is full of wonderful words for the mind, body and soul. Chapter Ten regarding Faith And Practice will move the mind to another level of realization. Meditate on these words for a while from Hahn:

“The living the Dharma is the way embedded by Buddha, bodhisattvas, and all who practice it…’The Sangha is comprised of the four pairs and the eight types who are worthy of offering, hospitality, gifts, and salutations, unsurpassable fields of merit in the world.’ All Buddhists practice taking refuge in the Three Jewels: Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha. Doing so brings the feeling of calm, solidarity, and comfort, and nourishes faith.”

These are just wonderful word of upliftment that enlightens the soul and allows for greater understanding and realization of who we are and where we are.

The text ends with the position of Real Dialogue Brings Tolerance. Hanh’s words regarding, “The fact that the absence of true experience brings forth intolerance and a lack of understanding” is right on point. One is truly unaware of the greatness that exists in another person where there is a lack of dialogue and understanding. When the ego comes into the picture, a delusionary state of consciousness take place and all sense of reality in a positive state of mind are lost. One is then blinded by the dust he or she has created.

One has to read this book to get the full picture and to become rooted in the faiths articulated by Hanh. It’s an awesome boom to read and meditate on for a lifetime. The knowledge to be gained from this text is invaluable.

One may obtain more information about Thich Nhat Hanh the author at the following website: http://www.plumvillage.org/

Submitted by “Epulaeryu Master.” 

Joseph S. Spence, Sr., is the co-author of two poetry books, A Trilogy of Poetry, Prose and Thoughts for the Mind, Body and Soul, and Trilogy Moments for the Mind, Body and Soul. He invented the Epulaeryu poetry form, which focuses on succulent cuisines and drinks. He is published in various forums, including the World Haiku Association; Milwaukee Area Technical College, Phoenix Magazine; and Taj Mahal Review. Joseph is a Goodwill Ambassador for the state of Arkansas, USA, and is an adjunct faculty at Milwaukee Area Technical College. He has completed over twenty years of service with the U.S. Army.

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A few nice morocco images I found:

Sunset Silhouettes (Explore)
morocco
Image by Geraint Rowland Photography

Female friends
morocco
Image by Hernan Piñera

Cite Portugaise
morocco
Image by zilverbat.
Deze grote gewelfde onderaardse ruimte hoorde bij de burcht uit 1514 en diende waarschijnlijk als wapenzaal voordat het een waterreservoir werd. Op een vierkant grondplan van 34 m aan elke zijde zijn zes schepen gebouwd, waarvan de kruisgewelven op 25 zuilen en pilaren rusten, De middelste travee heeft een brede ocules waardoor het daglicht naar binnen valt, wat door de reflectie op het water van het reservoir een verbazingwekkend spiegeleffect geeft.

zilverbat.’s photos on Flickriver

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Portland Timbers vs. FC Dallas
Event on 2017-06-10 19:30:00
MLS Soccer

at PGE Park
1844 SW Morrison St
Portland, United States

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Halloween Cemetery Walking Tour 1 PM
Event on 2017-10-28 13:00:00
Halloween Cemetery Walking Tours with Dallas Heritage Village.  Tour Guide:  Paul McLin with Francis James assisting as health allows.   This beautiful cemetery in the middle of Uptown Dallas, which is still active, began as Trinity Cemetery in 1876.  The name was changed to Greenwood in 1896.  It covers over 30 acres and contains over 15,000 graves.  In addition to its hundreds of noted residents, Greenwood has one of the largest populations of Civil War veterans – both CSA and Union – and some of the finest monuments and mausoleums in the area.  History comes alive here!   This is a walking tour only.  Participants will meet at the designated cemetery for the tour.  Tour will include first person interpretations.

at Greenwood Cemetery
3020 Oak Grove Ave
Dallas, United States

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Qualatex Twisted Tour – Dallas/Fort Worth
Event on 2017-06-25 13:00:00
Join us for this exciting educational tour featuring an all-star line-up of international and U.S. instructors teaching new design ideas and techniques that will rock your business. Each full day class will include: Class notes handbookDigital photos of designs taught in class Product lists for designs taught in class Top-notch education from the industry's best instructors Marketing and business tips to grow your profitsLunch TWISTED TOUR Get twisted, learn sellable designs, and increase your profits – all in one day! Join two master twisting instructors in this very special leg of the World Tour as they show you ways to increase your profitability, make designs that sell, and take your business to the next level. Don't miss out, register for a "Twisted Tour" Stop today! Instructors Derek WongDennis Scott Participating Distributor All American Balloonswww.allamericanballoons.net2406 E Randol Mill RdArlington, TX 76011(817) 469-9100 World Tour – Mystery Box Competition 30 minute time limit. 10 entries per location. 1 winner. Get ready for a competition that will stretch your creativity to its limits.   Competition Objective: Create a celebration design that can be easily delivered to a customer using balloons supplied in the Mystery Box . Show off your creativity and skills using a fantastic selection of balloons. The design can be air-filled, helium-filled, or both. The choice is yours! The top entry of each stop on the tour will receive a prize and advance to compete with the winners of all other tour stops. A grand prize will be give awarded to the world champion. Don’t forget to read the judging guidelines below!   Competition Brief: Each competitor will be supplied with a Mystery Box. Each box will contain the same selection of balloons, but it is not a requirement to use all the balloons within the box.  The Mystery Box competition for each location will be limited to 10 entries with a maximum of two people working on each entry. Competitors have a 30 minute time limit to complete their entry, and there is no fee to enter. In addition, there will be a Balloon Store where limited additional balloons will be available on the accessories table. This will include 160Qs, 260Qs, 350Qs, 646Qs, Deco Bubbles, 5" White, 5" Black, 12" Blush Quick Links and any other balloons that could compliment your design. It is not a requirement to use any of these balloons; they are available for those who wish to use them. The accessories table will also supply Hi-Float, balloon ribbons in various colors, balloon weights, and helium tanks with inflators suitable for inflating foil, latex, and Bubble Balloons. There are limited items at the Balloon Store. Therefore, it is important that they are selected carefully and not simply taken. Items selected from the Balloon Store must be used or returned to the store to give other competitors the opportunity to use, if needed. Points can be deducted from a competitor’s score for items not used during the competition that were taken from the Balloon Store and not returned.   Judging Guidelines: Overall Impression: Visual impact, originality, uniqueness. Does the celebration design clearly express the sentiment so that it is immediately apparent what the occasion is? Does the display have a strong visual impact so it demands attention when it’s brought into a room? Is the design exciting, pleasing to the eye with a newness of style, or uses a concept created along new or unconventional lines? Does the display offer a feeling of professionalism and creativity? Overall Design: Have elements and principles of design (colour, balance, rhythm, line, proportion, and scale) been applied and used effectively? Construction: Is the design stable and durable for transportation? Does the design demonstrate high quality of work and meet professional standards? Are all mechanics well hidden? Will the design last for more than 48 hours? Use of balloons: Has the competitor created a design that uses a good selection of the Mystery Box balloons in an exciting and creative way? Unity & Harmony: Do all the elements appear to belong together, resulting in a strong sense of oneness? Adherence to Rules, Regulations, and Guidelines: Was Smart Balloon Practices followed? Was the design completed within the allotted time? Did all unused items get returned to the Balloon Store?   Competitors need to supply: Hand pumps Scissors Markers and pens Wire and tape Any non-balloon related accessories you may be able to use with your design  Themes will not be disclosed prior to the competitions.  Deadline to enter the Mystery Box Competition in Dallas is June 5.

at Arlington Chamber Of Commerce
1500 Convention Center Drive
Arlington, United States

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A few nice news images I found:

Hously News
news
Image by edenpictures
Eden’s attempt at a family news outlet.

Anger Games 2
news
Image by razorieneve
Original size 3840×2400. Use of this image must also attribute Imperium.News

News Anchor
news
Image by ed100
news anchor at CNBC NYC

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Check out these radio station images:

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Image by Nicholas Blake
High Halstow to Cooling Radio Station, 29 September 2013

Image from page 334 of “Radio for everybody; being a popular guide to practical radio-phone reception and transmission and to the dot-and-dash reception and transmission of the radio telegraph, for the layman who wants to apply radio for his pleasure and

Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: radioforeverybod00lesc
Title: Radio for everybody; being a popular guide to practical radio-phone reception and transmission and to the dot-and-dash reception and transmission of the radio telegraph, for the layman who wants to apply radio for his pleasure and profit without going into the special theories and the intricacies of the art
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Lescarboura, Austin C. (Austin Celestin), 1891-
Subjects: Radio
Publisher: New York, Scientific American publishing company [etc.]
Contributing Library: Boston College Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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geis impressed on the plate circuits of the two oscillatortubes by means of a reactance, which is common to themodulator and oscillator plate circuits. This modulationof the oscillator plate potential results in speech frequencyvariation of the amplitude of the antenna current. Thefrequency of the antenna current when not modulated isnearly that corresponding to the free period of the antennacircuit. A Record to be Proud Of Since the radio link is the only telephone channel be-tween the island and the mainland, it was very heavilyoverloaded from the day of opening until the cessation ofthe summer tourist traffic in the latter part of September,1920. Due to the methods employed, the high grade cir-cuit, and so on, a great deal more traffic is handled overthis circuit than is generally handled by a single toll line. A record of all of the interruptions to service is keptat both of the stations together with the cause of the delay,its duration, and other information. It is interesting to

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Vacuum type employed in radio transmission, especially forthe sending: end of the radio linli. 316 RADIO FOR EVERYBODY note that althouo^h the circuit was open to commercialservice during the worst of the static season, subscribershad but Httle or no difficulty in using the circuit. Trans-mitting frequencies! of 400 and 470 meters were chosen forthe stations after an extensive survey of the ether, so thatthe telephone would cause the least interfernce to and beinterfered w^th the least by radio stations in the vicinity.Some trouble was experienced from the Avalon sparkstation located about one mile from the receiving station.Avalon transmits on 300 meters, while the Pebbly Beachstation had its receiving apparatus tuned to 470 meters.Upon investigation it proved that the wave emitted by thespark transmitter was a broad one, and that when thewave is kept sharp and within certain definite limits ofpurity, so to speak, little or no trouble is experienced fromthis station. The circuit, due

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Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability – coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

Scary

Image by Donovan Henneberg-Verity
I would not want to run into whatever made this in a dark alley at night…

WUOG, the UGA radio station, did some volunteer work at the Athens-Clarke County Animal Control Center.

Check the animal shelter out here, and WUOG here

Lighting
Daylight

Camera
Everything was shot with a 50mm prime lens and f/1.8

Iso varied from 100 to 200 and shutter speeds from 1/3000 to 1/4000.

I welcome and encourage all comments, suggestions, and criticism.

Please, tell me what you think!

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