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    Cows On Parade

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    of downtown and its buildings. This extensive public art project, organized by the Chicago Public Art Program , commemorates the city’s industrial history, while bringing a sense of community and beauty to Chicago’s citizens and tourists. In this “parade”, every cow is full of meaning as well as artistic value. Although many might argue, I, to the contrary, would like to applaud the City of Chicago for the implementation of this great project. This project’s idea was brought to Chicago by Peter Hanig

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    Bulls On Parade

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    Every country has their own culture, and like other cultures, Spain too has its own specific culture. Part of the Spanish culture revolves around the bull. Bullfighting and bull runs by many people are recognized as the only Spanish culture in the world, and because of its importance it always begins on time. Still many people view it as a crime. Me being a foreigner I have first hand experience with different cultures. A long time ago in India’s ritual would be to hunt and kill the Indian

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    The Tournament of Roses Parade

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    Tournament of Roses Parade at the end of every year. The Glendale galleria or the Americana nor The Grove, has an extravagant event at the end of the year such as the Tournament of Roses.Other people have traveled far from other cities not local and sleep on the streets the night before the parade with their sleeping bags and tents to keep warm. I have the fondest memory of waking up 7 am getting ready to go the parade with my family. By 9 am we would find our spots to view the parade. Many people crowd

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    The Love Parade Festival Stampede 2010

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    During Event The Love Parade Festival is the one day celebration of house and techno music; however, it became fatal in 2010 when a partygoer came upon a bottleneck in a tunnel and turning into raging stampede. The festival was thought to host only 300,000 but more than expected number of people ended up joining. The music festival was way too full; more than one million people were believed to have attended the event. The stampede occurred at about 1700 local time (1500 GMT) when many people accessed

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    The Rose Parade is also called the “Tournament of Roses and the Rose Parade” by Honda. It is a piece of "America's New Year Celebration" which is held in Pasadena, California every year on a New Year's Day (or on Monday, January 2, if New Year's Day falls on a Sunday). This parade incorporates blossom secured coasts, walking groups, and equestrian units and is trailed by the Rose Bowl school football game. It is created by the philanthropic Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association. Initially began

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    Az Pride

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    on-site and ready to march by 9:30am.Step Off will be promptly at 10:00am. We will not have time for check-in after 9:30am. OFFICIAL ENTRY NUMBERS: We are NOT assigning entry numbers in advance this year. You will receive your official entry number at "Parade Check-In" that morning. There will be a large (poster-size) line-up list and diagram posted at the corner of Earll & Central (the street entrance into Park Central). Walking participants can check there to see where their group is lined up. You MUST

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    In the early fifties, young people watched TV more hours than they went to school, a trend which has not changed greatly since that time. What was portrayed on television became accepted as normal. Shows like What's a My Line debut on CBS, Your Hit Parade premieres on NBC in 1950. In April of 1950 5,343,000 TV sets are in American Homes. In May of 1950, 103 TV Stations in 60 cities were operating. In September 7,535,000 TV sets in USA. In October there were 8,000,000 TV sets. In 1951 the first baseball

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    Mardi Gras

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    party and you're invited. Mardi Gras, famous for its colorful and cultural parades, is an experience you can't go any longer w/out! The Streets are packed with both tourists and Native Louisianans as they celebrate Mardi Gras in full color and sound. . The Huge Parades come flashing down the street we fresh music, an explosion of lights, and spectacular floats. Everyone is having a great time, enjoying the festivities of the parade. So you're new to Mardi Gras, but don't want to act like it? Here in brief

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    The Public Sphere

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    to the opinions of others, or retort and give opinions of their own. Parades or processions were an effective way of a public showing of opinion; they were highly publicized and very visible. Now, however, they were newer, more advanced ways that ones ideas could get around to many more people than before. The printing press was perhaps the greatest manner in which ideas spread. Events such as the aforementioned parades or processions could now be reported on, as could public debates between

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    composition, camera work and music to develop Matthew Brady. Kramer reveals important information about the plot of the film in this scene. The scene opens with a bird's eye view shot of the town of Hillsboro, and focuses in on the movement of the parade below. The camera comes to rest on the convertible that transports Brady and his wife. The town of Hillsboro welcomes the well-known politician. He will serve the town by being the prosecutor in a trial about evolution, similar to that of the

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