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Napoleon's Ascendancy & the Empire Style

Madame Récamier, by Jacques-Louis David, 1800 (Louvre)
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18 Brumaire

Jacques-Louis David (30 August 1748 – 29 December 1825)
Napoleon Bonaparte… 1,839 more words
Art

Photos from C3DC NYE 2014

Thanks to everyone who came out to our New Year’s party this Tuesday night.  DJ Mel kept everybody moving and a good time was had by all.   13 more words

C3

Knowledge is Power

Two days had passed, and the stagnation reflected in Con Gregor’s eyes.

“Frankly, I am at a loss.”

He had lost the intensity of emotion that had stifled the advisors previously; now they were stifled by his surrender. 128 more words

Verdanus And Tertius

Hindsight Twenty-Twenty

“Impossible! Unprescedented! Irresponsible! Is General Prettana to blame for this? Or Counselor Vassi? Or am I to face the consequences?”

A collective wince. The silent screens flicked between various broadcasts of the violence on Tertius, casting their light on this abashed room of Verdan heads of state. 117 more words

Verdanus And Tertius

a little known secret: The Hilo Philippine Consulate, 1949-1952

There are very few people who can remember that there used to be a Philippine Consulate on Kilauea Avenue in Hilo, Hawaii. Opened in January 1949, under the direction of Vice-Consul Anastacio Bartolome, the elite staff included: Mr. 156 more words

Hawaii

A Hidden Treasure: The Newly-Purchased Philippine Consulate, 1948

A Hidden Treasure: The Newly-Purchased Philippine Consulate, 1948

The first Philippine Consulate was located in a dental-medical office building on Kukui Street when it opened in late Jan 1947. 155 more words

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1948! It was a very good year

1948 was a tumultuous year for my parents. Uncle, Consul General Modesto R. Farolan was leaving Hawaii for his next government appointment. Mom just got married to Dad, in December 1948, and they were offered a new position at a new location. 38 more words

Hawaii