Slices of America aims to tell stories through photographs, text, video, and audio. These stories, or slices, document people, places, and events in the United States.
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A quick day trip through Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas – touring bath houses and local sites.
The loop that I chose started at a covered bridge near the mill, followed Slippery Rock Creek to the next bidge, and then returned to the mill. The whole while, I was surrounded by rushing water, towering rock walls, fly-fishermen, and tons of boulders.
The Blessing of the Fleet in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the Golden Meadow, LA Catholic Church – Our Lady of Prompt Succor. The Blessing of the Fleet is not a new tradition: it’s been present in some form or another among the French-Catholic fishing communities of South Louisiana for nearly 300 years.
Clare Nolan vacations on the Hawaiian island of Oahu with a couple of friends from Melbourne.
The last collection of images from Parker’s NYC tour is a catch-all of whatever didn’t fit neatly into the previous categories: Chinatown, the subway, the Museum of Natural History, Wall Street, and Radio City Music Hall.
I will go right ahead and say it; this is one of the most impressive places I have ever visited. We explored the museum for about 5 hours… 4 hours roaming around at our leisure, and then 1 hour running around like maniacs trying to catch a glimpse of as much of the rest of the place as possible.
Parker explores MOMA! “I made sure to make this the first museum stop on our trip. And like most stops of our trip, we simply did not have enough time…”
Parker’s seventh part in the NYC series surveys New York City’s pizzerias, other eateries, and a few nerd outings to boot.
Part six of Parker’s New York City series highlights the green spaces: Central Park, the Cloisters, Bryant Park, the High Line, and Brooklyn Bridge Park.
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Taylor speaks with Terri and Charles of S-n-G Horseback Riding in their small generator-powered travel trailer / office. They discuss how they got started, how they find their horses, the back-stories of many of the horses, and lots of other horse-related stuff.
Andrew Sninsky is a 63 year old Stage III Multiple Myeloma Survivor and an avid cyclist. He turns his love of cycling into a quest for a cure by raising awareness about the disease. I sat down with Andrew at The Joint, in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans, LA. He told me his story over a few Abita Ambers.
Park Ranger Mike Large talks about natural arches in Zion National Park, Utah… On my second night in the park, I attended a ranger lecture titled “In Search of a Great Arch” hosted by veteran ranger Mike Large. Thanks to Ranger Large’s generosity, I am able to present the entire lecture here on the Slices of America Podcast. This is an enhanced episode… To see these images, please open the album artwork on your software or mobile player.
Slices of America Podcast 004 – Coach Holmes of Tallassee, Alabama (now residing in Biloxi, MS) talks about his career in football – both as a player and as a coach. Recorded in the food court of the Edgewater Plaza Shopping Center in Biloxi, MS on April 26, 2011.
Every year, on Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras Indians wake with the sun and begin their parades through the streets of New Orleans. Clad in beaded and brightly feathered full-body costumes, they travel in small “tribes”, accompanied by bass drums, tambourines, and traditional chanting. The procession snowballs as onlookers become participants and join the pageant.
In this podcast we talk about parks, bats, pedestrians, restaurants, breakfast tacos, Austin’s capitol building, and a little hiking in the mountains of west Texas.
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The new tank is Sugarland's newest located on HWY 59 as you enter Sugarland.
Tall Sugarland tank supported by beams is the old Imperial Sugar tank which is still standing although Imperial left several years ago.