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A Salute to John F. Kennedy

 

 

Today was a tragic day in American history the assassination of President John F Kennedy.

President Kennedy was the last true visionary to have held the office of President.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Time on Friday, November 22, 1963, in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas.

The Chalk art included in here was created at the Sarasota Chalk Festival to honor this great man.  Thank you for all you did for this country and inspiring a generation to give back.  We Salute you Mr. President.

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Entertainment

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From the Runway to the Red Carpet!

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Books

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Unlock Your Unlimited Potential

  Transforming Pain to Power Unlock Your Unlimited Potential by Daniel Beaty Berkley Books Hardcover, $19.95 236 pages ISBN: 978-0-425-26748-6   Book Review by Kam Williams   “I grew up in Dayton, Ohio in a home scarred by addiction and incarceration. For most of my childhood… I thought chaos, bondage and sadness were the norm … My concept of who I could be in the world was greatly … [Read More its Good for You...]

Art

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Picturing Japan

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Real Estate

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Lifestyle

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Outdoors

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The Old is Still a New Inspiration for the Collector

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Sports

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Business

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Nerium International Attracts Corporate Leaders For Global Expansion

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Travel

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Picturing Japan

  Buy Admission When: Jan 18, 2014 – Apr 6, 2014 Where: Museum of Art In the second half of the nineteenth century Japan’s last years as an isolated pre-industrial society were witnessed and documented by early photographers.  Though works of art in their own right, their photographs were further enhanced by the selective addition of color, painted by Japanese artists who transformed them in the inspired tradition of … [Read More its Good for You...]

Green Living

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