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Good Friday at West Point, 2012 By Edited By: Melanie Fiander ~ Fiander Foto
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On Good Friday, hundreds of people flock to West Point in Bermuda from around the world. People spend the day flying kites, listening to live music, dancing, playing cricket and eating homemade fish... More > cakes and hot cross buns. This yearly tradition was started in the early 1950s by Billy and "Mimi" West and is now carried on by their son and his wife, Blake and Jenny West. This photo book was created as a way to express gratitude towards the West family for hosting this party each year. This year’s "Good Friday at West Point 2012" book includes photographs taken by Melanie Fiander, Roger “Cloud” Hannant, Gillian Henderson, Jennifer Brookes, Chris & Andrea Kulmala, Robbie & Jenny Lightbourn and Nicola Murdoch-Muirhead. This publication was edited by Melanie Fiander, Professor of Photography at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online Division. Fiander runs her own freelance photography business, Fiander Foto, and is the founder and curator of the Fiander Film Festival.< Less
Create Common Ground: West Point By Cari Varner
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CREATE Common Ground is the result of a partnership between the Carl Small Town Center (CSTC) at the School of Architecture at Mississippi State University and the CREATE Foundation... More > (http://www.createfoundation.com) that began in 1998. It is the partnership’s belief that the greatest impediment to community development is the community’s ability to identify and understand the impact of the built environment on the quality of life. Each year, a community in Northeast Mississippi is selected from a pool of applicants to participate in the CREATE Common Ground class. This year, the City of West Point was selected by the CSTC and the CREATE Foundation. Three fourth year students, Michelle Gaerlan, Paul Purser and Edward Yeatman opted to become involved in this service-learning class, taught by Cari Varner.< Less
The Turning Point By John Kinsella
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Launching his war on terror, Bush galloped, accompanied by his faithful sidekick, Tony Blair, to create a different version of Bush the father’s post-Soviet New World Order, where, in Winston... More > Churchill’s words: the principles of justice and fair play...protect the weak against the strong — or was it the other way around? Spurred on by the encouragement of the West’s compelling leaders, many determined men grasped the chance that destiny had unexpectedly thrust upon them. Michael Fitzwilliams was one of them, his dream was that of transforming his relatively modest bank into a global finance and investment institution, with quite naturally a deserving place in the adrenaline driven heart of the London’s square mile.< Less
Key West By Lee Featheringham
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This calendar presents scenes and views of the island that represent its color, flair, and unique style. Photos include: Mallory Square, sunset, Schooner Wharf, Conch Train stop, Southernmost Point,... More > Duval Street, conch row houses, and more.< Less
West Wind By Richard W. Wilson
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This family history examines the ancestors and descendants of the Hara family of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The starting reference points are siblings Ruth Winchester Hara (1911-1998),... More > Elizabeth Jarvis Hara Wilson (1912-1998), and Edward Phelps Hara (1915-1960).< Less
2011 Images of the West Calendar By Dan Gindling
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2011 calendar featuring original photographs by Dan Gindling
The Battle of Point Pleasant By Livia Nye Simpson-Poffenbarger
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This publication covers the epic Battle of Point Pleasant, contains an extensive roster and includes over 100 biographical sketches of the men who participated in the battle. The author, Livia Nye... More > Simpson-Poffenbarger, was a newspaper publisher, activist and founder of a chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Despite criticism from some historians that the Battle of Point Pleasant was the last in the colonial frontier wars, the author created a campaign for Point Pleasant that, ultimately, led to the establishment of the Tu-Endie-Wei State Park and the erection of the monument at the battle site. Her efforts also secured a resolution from Congress, which officially named Point Pleasant as the first battle of the Revolutionary War.< Less
Shakespeare: What's Thee Point? By Dan Chapman
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Three Essays Highlighting The Challenges Facing 21st Cenury Readers of Shakespeare - What is so bloody great about William Shakespeare? You have to ask yourself the question, in fact, if you’re... More > studying ‘English’ at any level you probably already have and you may have come to one of two conclusions: a) There is nothing great about William Shakespeare, or b) Maybe he is as great as everyone says he is but I just don’t get what all the fuss is about. With 1 in 3 children failing to pass their GCSE English at Grade C or above there seems to be an institutional problem with the way Shakespeare is speaking to us. Gillian West describes this disaffection as a result of pupils being “expected to feel awe for a writer who cannot even write understandable English.”< Less
Shakespeare: What's Thee Point ? By Dan Chapman, Jack Gant, Gemma Walters
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Three Essays Highlighting The Challenges Facing 21st Cenury Readers of Shakespeare - What is so bloody great about William Shakespeare You have to ask yourself the question, in fact, if you're... More > studying 'English' at any level you probably already have and you may have come to one of two conclusions: a) There is nothing great about William Shakespeare, or b) Maybe he is as great as everyone says he is but I just don't get what all the fuss is about. With 1 in 3 children failing to pass their GCSE English at Grade C or above there seems to be an institutional problem with the way Shakespeare is speaking to us. Gillian West describes this disaffection as a result of pupils being "expected to feel awe for a writer who cannot even write understandable English."< Less
Our Trip West By Bill Burdick
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My Wife and I take a trip of a lifetime to Yellowstone, Badlands, Ft. Robinson and other points west.