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75 Years of the Blue Ridge Parkway
Blue Ridge Parkway. Planners saw the road as the first use of the parkway idea. Stanley W. Abbott was the landscape architect who guided the parkway’s design and central themes. Along the two-lane road, there is not a single billboard, stop sign or traffic light. Utilities are buried. The parkway succeeds in fulfilling Abbott’s desire to eliminate the “parasitic and unsightly border development of the hot-dog stand, the gasoline shack, and the billboard” so that the natural scenery…
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Stanley Telescoping Sawhorse: Use with Saudi Door as table.
Photos: How Stanley Kubrick Saw Chicago In 1949: Chicagoist
Stanley 197475 Folding Metal Leg Saw Horse (Twin Pack)
Billy Stanley "I was the one who told Elvis about this guy... I was outside and saw him standing at the gate... I went inside the house and said, "Elvis, you got to see this, someone is TRYING to look like you"... Elvis laughed and said, "I got to see this"... We walked to the gate, and Elvis talked to him for a few minutes, then we walked back to the house... That was all there was to it..."
Lingerie model, wearing a girdle and strapless bra, smoking in an office; in the background a woman sits at a desk.(Stanley Kubrick, photographer, LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection, Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division,) - Photos: How Stanley Kubrick Saw Chicago In 1949: Chicagoist
Officer Joseph Weekley shot Aiyana Jones Stanley to death on May 16, 2010, in the course of the Special Response Team raid that included tossing a “flash-bang” grenade through the window under which she was sleeping with her grandmother. An insider who saw the initial film taken by A & E’s “First 48” camera crew of the raid said it shows without a doubt that Weekley aimed and shot deliberately into the house from its doorway within seconds after the grenade was thrown.