22 cadenas, 20 anillos, 16 pulseras, entre acero inoxidable y plata.
Luis Acuña, un barranquillero de 61 años de edad, con 30 años de vender pasabocas en el ahora Edgar Rentería, antes Tomás Arrieta.
Ha sacado sus cuatro varones y una hembra adelante con este negocio, de los cuales hace poco perdió un varón de 29 años.
Sus prendas no las vende por nada, hace un año se salvó de un atraco gracias a su agilidad y una poderosa trompada con su puño forrado de metal. Todo un personaje que encontrarán a la entrada del famoso estadio de béisbol.
I always try to be super conscious of where and how I spend my money, especially during the holiday season when all people care about are "Things". Every time I'm in Las Vegas, I spend all my money on some amazing food and hunting down quirky off the beaten path sites to see (away from the strip) .
I am super glad to have the ability to go back to the bone yard and this time around Tim Burton partnered up with the non profit and bought out some of of his creatures from the storage ! Neon is hand made , expensive and difficult to make (I know because i've tried ) . I'm so glad this collaboration is attracting the $ needed to keep the art going.
If ever in Vegas , go check it out and support the non profit please !
Make sure you know / realize where your money is going to , what its funding , always support the little guys, non profits and artists .
Sharing a photograph by @lost.angell // Photographed in Los Angeles, CA
LA Native — Angel has been part of the car culture here in LA as a kid. Being introduced to it by his uncles and family members. He’s devoted not only photographing the community he’s apart of but is also a car enthusiast himself. You can catch him cruising Whittier Blvd and capturing moments like this image we are sharing. His work was featured in our first issue of These Streets Magazine
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Himno Guardia Indígena de Colombia
Por fin, la luz ilumina una lucha colectiva. Gran bienvenida la que recibió la Guardia Indígena en el parque de los hippies en Bogotá, de parte de a quienes ellos llaman mestizos.
In Bangshila village, the first governmental school opened in 2052 B.S with all the basic facilities provided to attract the local marginalised ethnic children which linguistically only speak Tamang language. At the early summer of Baishakh, classes started to in roll. And, Tamang’s children of Bangshila village for the first time began to go to school. As all the textbook and medium of teaching was in Nepali language, it was difficult to read and write. But, as time passes by children who only speak Tamang began to communicate in Nepali.
This is the simplistic example of linguistic conversion. Due to social, political and geographical reasons, many people tend to converse for the benefit it provides. In Nepal, Panchayat system(1960 to 1990)formally coded the concept of one country, one language where the diverse ethnic community was asserted to live under a single ruling identity-Nepali.
Back 2 years ago, I went to Bangshila village to capture the faces of children’s standing between the divergence of linguistic onslaught and the process of reinstatement who by lack of governmental policy to protect multilingual community might be the last Tamang speaking generation of bangsila village.