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History: Bob Marley--Peacemaker

It may not be the title you associate with the King of Reggae–but before his death, Bob Marley brought together two factions in Jamaica at the One Love Peace Concert. 59 more words

Shows

Never a wait but worth your time

Today we will talk about one specific attraction. It is as old as It’s A Small World, both are celebrating their 50th anniversaries. This show has more performances than any other stage show and began at the 1964-1965 Worlds Fair, and was Walt Disney’s favorite attraction. 390 more words

Parks

Lokal Stops: After Hours Edition

Lokal Stops is an opinionated commentary on the day.

It’s Friday night, and happy Friday, but one day (one day soon) it will be Monday again. 269 more words

Lokal Stops

Happy 50th Birthday Mustang

Fifty years ago today 17th April 1964 there was a debut of one of the most iconic cars ever produced and turned the phrase “Pony Cars”, that car of course was the Ford Mustang. 458 more words

Mustang

historic structure

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1964–1965 New York World’s Fair New York State Pavilion is a extraordinary world’s fair pavilion at Flushing Meadows – Corona Park in Flushing, Queens, New York. 39 more words

Arts

Smart, Witty, Clever: Rare, Early Street Photography by Ansel Adams


At the Zoo, Manhattan, 1953 (372.1984)


Sculpture, St. Vartan’s Armenian Church, New York City, 1966 (380.1984)


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