Fursuit cruise on a riverboat on the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, PA during Anthrocon 2018.
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Tagged Allegheny River, Anthrocon, Anthrocon 2018, architecture, boat, bridge, buildings, city, convention, cosplay, costume, cruise, furries, furry, furry fandom, fursuit, mascot, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, riverboat, sky, skyline |
In Central Park, New York City.
Steel and zinc industries provided Donora residents with work, but also robbed them of their health, and for some, their lives
The Deadly Donora Smog of 1948 Spurred Environmental Protection—But Have We Forgotten the Lesson? | History | Smithsonian
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Tagged disaster, Donora, environment, environmental protection, health, history, industry, medicine, Pennsylvania, pollution, Smithsonian, smog, steel, zinc |
Headquarters of Travelers Insurance in Hartford, CT.
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Times Square, New York City. Right after Thanksgiving and heading toward Christmas. That looks like the New Year’s Eve ball at the top of the building, but I don’t remember it being installed so soon. It must be something else.
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Tagged city, colors, holidays, lights, New York, New York City, night, November, NY, NYC, photography, Times Square, urban |
Panning shot from an overlook near the Monongahela Incline in Pittsburgh, PA.
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Torch-wielding anti-immigrant vigilante group sees itself as Batman-type heroes, and its comedic mockers as villains.
“About 1,200 refugees so far have relocated to Finland’s third-largest city, prompting a rise in nationalists, and in champions of multiculturalism.”
A Three-Ring Circus in Finland: Soldiers, ‘Loldiers’ and Asylum Seekers – The New York Times
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Tagged clowns, Finland, gangs, heroes, humor, immigration, LOLdiers of Odin, parody, politics, protesters, satire, Soldiers of Odin, vigilantes, villains |