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- Now you can almost see the First John Jovino Gun Sign in Front: Weegee’s Manhattan - The New York Times
- Weegee Perches on my old Window Sill 4 Centre Market Place, New York at Night
- Drugs Music: In Search of Jazz (1956 French)
- The French are OBSSESED avec TITS: Venus de Milo has the boobs...which is WHY 'I Coeur the French' - 20minutes.fr
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Places to music Ina.fr ! Every Friday, in partnership with Rue 89 , a concert learn extract Pop 2, cult show presented by Patrice Blanc -Francard and broadcast in the early 70s on ORTF .concert, Pink Floyd, Pop 2, Rock, Saint-Tropez
Today , up to the psychedelic rock group Pink Floyd. On 8 August 1970 , heat Saint -Tropez: David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Rick Wright and Nick Mason are playing at the festival of music nights . This issue presents the Pop 2 repetitions of the group that performs " Cimbaline " and the first part of their concert.
Place à la musique sur Ina.fr ! Chaque vendredi, en partenariat avec Rue 89, découvrez un concert extrait de Pop 2, émission culte présentée par Patrice Blanc-Francard et diffusée au début des années 70 sur l’ORTF.
Aujourd’hui, place au rock psychédélique avec le groupe Pink Floyd. Le 8 août 1970, chaleur à Saint-Tropez: David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Rick Wright et Nick Mason sont à l’affiche du festival des nuits musicales. Ce numéro de Pop 2 présente les répétitions du groupe qui interprète “Cimbaline” ainsi que la première partie de leur concert.
In 1966 , the ORTF journalists boarded Radio Caroline and we deliver a report on what they call " pop pirate " :
30 years later, Radio Caroline on FM sails and gives voice to political activists
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ON the north side of Broome Street, between the Bowery and Elizabeth Street, you can stand where a dead guy once lay. Of course in New York City you can stand on lots of spots where dead people once lay. There are, after all, “eight million stories in the naked city,” as the narrator of “The Naked City,” the 1948 film noir classic, intoned. But as Andrew Izzo sprawled on this sidewalk on the Lower East Side in 1942, Arthur Fellig, one of the city’s most famous photographers, took his picture.Skip to next paragraph
Late on the night of Feb. 2, 1942, Izzo and accomplices tried to hold up the Spring Arrow Social & Athletic Club, near the Bowery. Shot by an off-duty cop, Izzo staggered toward Elizabeth Street and fell dead on his face, his gun skittering across the sidewalk.
The first photographer on the scene was Fellig, better known as Weegee. He was almost always the first photographer on the scene.
Born Usher Fellig in 1899, in an eastern province of Austria, he came with his family through Ellis Island (where his name was Americanized to Arthur) to the Lower East Side in 1910. He left home as a teenager and began working as an assistant to a street photographer who shot tintypes of children on a pony. Through the 1920s he worked as a darkroom assistant at The New York Times and Acme Newspictures, which was later absorbed by U.P.I. Photos.
Weegee’s peak period as a freelance crime and street photographer was a whirl of perpetual motion running from the mid-1930s into the postwar years. Ceaselessly prowling the streets during the graveyard shift, he took thousands of photographs that defined Manhattan as a film noir nightscape of hoodlums and gangsters, Bowery bums and slumming swells, tenement dwellers and victims of domestic brawls, fires and car crashes. He gave it its enduring nickname, the Naked City.
“Weegee captured night in New York back when it was lonely and desolate and scary,” said Tim McLoughlin, editor of the “Brooklyn Noir” anthology series, the third volume of which has just been published by Akashic Books. “He once said he wanted to show that in New York millions of people lived together in a state of total loneliness.”
Manhattan has changed a lot since Weegee’s heyday. Now the Naked City is probably best preserved in the archives of the International Center of Photography, which houses some 20,000 of Weegee’s photographs, along with hundreds of his filmstrips, the newspapers and magazines where his work originally appeared, and two of his hats.
Christopher George, an archivist at the center, has created online maps of many Manhattan sites associated with Weegee. He led me to Centre Market Place, between Broome and Grand Streets. It’s now a quiet row of renovated town houses in the shadow of the former Police Headquarters building, itself converted to luxury apartments.
But when Weegee lived in a single room at 5 Centre Market Place from the mid-1930s to 1947, the street was a drab block of tenements inhabited by reporters and photographers who worked the crime beat. No. 4, known as “the shack,” was their main hangout. Frank Lava’s gunsmith shop, with its wooden revolver sign, was at No. 6. Weegee lived over the John Jovino Gun Shop at 5. (It has since moved, with its own revolver sign, around the corner to Grand Street.) You can still see over the door at No. 7 the gold-lettered sign for Sile Inc., purveyor of “Humane Police Equipment.”
Every morning the narrow block was crowded with paddy wagons (Weegee called them “pie wagons”), bringing in the night’s arrests from various precincts for booking and processing. The newshounds crowded the sidewalk for the morning “perp walk,” when cops paraded their handcuffed catch.
“The perp walk is a combination of courtesy and hubris on the part of the police department,” said Mr. McLoughlin, a former court officer who bought his first service revolver at Jovino’s shop in 1983. “The press wants the photos, and the police want the credit. So the perp walk could be rather elaborately planned.”
Weegee sometimes bribed the police to bring a perp in a different entrance, “so he’d be the only guy standing there with his camera, while everybody else was waiting around the corner,” Mr. McLoughlin said. One of his most striking perp-walk shots was of Norma Parker, a pretty young woman who in 1936 held up a number of restaurants on lower Broadway using a cap pistol, for which The Daily Mirror nicknamed her the Broadway Gun Girl.
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Posted: 08 Jul 2010 06:20 PM PDT
The Venus de Milo has the boobsCreated on 08.07.10 at 4:51 - Updated 08.07.10 at 4:51
We know almost nothing about her. Neither his name ( or Venus Amphitrite ?) , nor his age nor his " father " . It is however the most famous statue in the world. After six months of restaur ...
We know almost nothing about her. Neither his name ( or Venus Amphitrite ? ) , nor his age nor his "father " . It is however the most famous statue in the world . After six months of restoration, the Venus de Milo was found yesterday morning the halls of Greek art from the Louvre Museum , whose organization has been completely revised . The Conservatives took the opportunity to try to learn a little more about him through radiography (including gamma rays , of course ). They then " décrassée " and abducted plaster , dating from the nineteenth century that had aged poorly .
Fake nose and " fat ass "for the Queen of the fragment
It was discovered in a fissure in the right breast of the Venus filled with plaster, a little word of love that a conservator had slipped there in 1936. " The most controversial restorations dating from 1821 , says Jean- Luc Martinez , director of the Department of Greek and Roman antiquities . The decision, in extremis at the time, not to carve himself a new arm has launched the fashion of the "fragment "and the success of the Venus de Milo . But the sculptor Lange had already made " occasions " in size . For example , the nose of plaster. When it was removed , we discovered a terrible artificial fracture . So we decided to give him her fake nose in 1821 . "
For too touchy and molded over the years , the statue was both filthy . This spring cleaning makes him a white probably fairly close to the original. The latest innovation to avoid congestion , the statue is now seen only in a large room and was elevated 20 cm . It is presented on a pedestal of a meter high . This change of perspective emphasizes her hips, very wide . " It makes a big ass, " noted a professor of fine arts American .
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Posted: 08 Jul 2010 06:08 PM PDTWake up, check Facebook: Americans increasingly obsessed
(AFP) – 1 day ago
WASHINGTON — Americans are increasingly obsessed with Facebook and many young women check their page even before using the bathroom in the morning, according to a poll released on Wednesday.
Thirty-four percent of the women aged 18 to 34 surveyed by Lightspeed Research for Oxygen Media said checking Facebook was the first thing they did in the morning, even before washing their face or brushing their teeth.
Twenty-percent admitted they sneak a peek at Facebook during the night while 26 percent said they get up in the middle of the night to read text messages.
Thirty-nine percent of the 1,605 social media users aged 18 to 54 surveyed for Oxygen Media, a service of entertainment giant NBC Universal, in May and June described themselves as "Facebook addicts."
Fifty-seven percent of the women aged 18 to 34 said they talk to people online more than face-to-face and 31 percent said they feel more confident about their online persona than their real life one.
Sixty-three percent of the young women said they use Facebook as a career networking tool, but 42 percent said they did not think there was anything wrong with posting photos of themselves visibly intoxicated.
Forty-eight percent of the young women said they find out about news through Facebook while 41 percent said they use Twitter to keep up to date.
Fifty percent of single women aged 18 to 34 said it's okay to meet and date other singles they meet through Facebook compared with 65 percent of single men.
Six percent of the young single women use it as a way to "hook up" as opposed to 20 percent of men.
Men aged 18 to 34 are also more likely than female counterparts to break up using Facebook -- 24 percent for men compared with nine percent for women, the survey found.
InsideFacebook.com, a site dedicated to the social network, said meanwhile that Facebook's growth slowed in the United States in June as it picked up only 320,800 new monthly active users last month compared with 7.8 million in May.
Inside Facebook said the slowdown in growth could "simply be a blip."
"But in the years we've been tracking the demographic data, we've rarely seen a dip like this, so we would tend to favor the idea of a root cause," it said.
"One possibility is that we're finally seeing the backlash from heavy media attention to Facebook privacy issues -- some of which were real, some the result of confusion and sensationalism," it added.via Obssesed news
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July 9, 2010
Dear French Speakers, What the fuck is this about?
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