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 John Dray, 87, of Harrod, Ohio., and wife Charlene Dray, 78, of 59 years at the Harrod Pork Rind Heritage Festival in Harrod.

John Dray, 87, of Harrod, Ohio., and wife Charlene Dray, 78, of 59 years at the Harrod Pork Rind Heritage Festival in Harrod.

 Bill at The Hands Club in Blowing Green, Ky. Feb, 2011. 

Bill at The Hands Club in Blowing Green, Ky. Feb, 2011. 

 "Oh, she is the sweetest little thing," said Rita Herndon, a stylist at Hair Port, about May Carter, 91. Carter, now a retired homemaker, prides herself on the cleanliness of her home and appearance. Mayfield, Ky., 2008   

"Oh, she is the sweetest little thing," said Rita Herndon, a stylist at Hair Port, about May Carter, 91. Carter, now a retired homemaker, prides herself on the cleanliness of her home and appearance. Mayfield, Ky., 2008

 

 Francisco Zepeda, of Zacatecas, Mexico and son Tari, 8, ride in traditional Mexican rancher clothing in Mayfield, Ky.  Putting on the traditional clothes and riding is a Sunday tradition on the farm Francisco works at during the week tending chickens.  Oct. 2008. 

Francisco Zepeda, of Zacatecas, Mexico and son Tari, 8, ride in traditional Mexican rancher clothing in Mayfield, Ky.  Putting on the traditional clothes and riding is a Sunday tradition on the farm Francisco works at during the week tending chickens.  Oct. 2008. 

 Injured Marine Justin Reynolds is surrounded in prayer Wednesday by (from left) his mother, Anne Reynolds; Assistant Chaplin Terry Ginther, of Leipsic, Ohio; and Justin’s sister, Kim Reynolds; at The Ridge at Shawnee in Lima, Ohio.  “Prayer is the only thing we’ve got,” Ginther said . Reynolds, who served two tours of duty in the Iraq war was honorably discharged after a Humvee he was riding in hit a roadside bomb, filling his legs with shrapnel in 2006.  Doctors think a virus contracted after his injuries infected Justin's brain, leaving him disabled but aware. The Department of Veterans Affairs certified The Ridge as a veterans nursing facility.  A group from the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center presented him with $3,707 to help with his care.  The help from the VA and the gift from Joint Systems Manufacturing Center will help offset Justin's healthcare costs. Aug, 2008. 

Injured Marine Justin Reynolds is surrounded in prayer Wednesday by (from left) his mother, Anne Reynolds; Assistant Chaplin Terry Ginther, of Leipsic, Ohio; and Justin’s sister, Kim Reynolds; at The Ridge at Shawnee in Lima, Ohio.  “Prayer is the only thing we’ve got,” Ginther said . Reynolds, who served two tours of duty in the Iraq war was honorably discharged after a Humvee he was riding in hit a roadside bomb, filling his legs with shrapnel in 2006.  Doctors think a virus contracted after his injuries infected Justin's brain, leaving him disabled but aware. The Department of Veterans Affairs certified The Ridge as a veterans nursing facility.  A group from the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center presented him with $3,707 to help with his care.  The help from the VA and the gift from Joint Systems Manufacturing Center will help offset Justin's healthcare costs. Aug, 2008. 

 Newton M'kio, 4, of Rukanga Kenya., rests in a wheelbarrow as he watches men compress hand made bricks while building a structure.  Aug 2010. 

Newton M'kio, 4, of Rukanga Kenya., rests in a wheelbarrow as he watches men compress hand made bricks while building a structure.  Aug 2010. 

 Shaykh Asad Qazi of Lawndale is the first Islamic chaplain for the Los Angeles Police Department.  Qazi prays the Salat prayer five times a day facing northeast and also prays the Dua prayer whenever he fells the need to. 

Shaykh Asad Qazi of Lawndale is the first Islamic chaplain for the Los Angeles Police Department.  Qazi prays the Salat prayer five times a day facing northeast and also prays the Dua prayer whenever he fells the need to. 

 Ray Redmond prepared pork ribs at a rib cook off at the Allen County Fair grounds in Lima, Ohio.  Ray used parts of his mother's rib recipe and parts of his father's to perfect his own recipe. Redmond cooked, while his brother eat the ribs that were intended for the judges only. 

Ray Redmond prepared pork ribs at a rib cook off at the Allen County Fair grounds in Lima, Ohio.  Ray used parts of his mother's rib recipe and parts of his father's to perfect his own recipe. Redmond cooked, while his brother eat the ribs that were intended for the judges only. 

 Joe Cron of Carbondale came to visit his life long home that was burn in a fire about a year ago on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012.  Cron said he comes to the remains of his home often because people have been stealing things like copper, wiring and other property. 

Joe Cron of Carbondale came to visit his life long home that was burn in a fire about a year ago on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012.  Cron said he comes to the remains of his home often because people have been stealing things like copper, wiring and other property. 

 I've built most of the buildings in this village said , 45, as he works compressing bricks and putting them out in the sun to dry in Rukanga Kenya. 

I've built most of the buildings in this village said , 45, as he works compressing bricks and putting them out in the sun to dry in Rukanga Kenya. 

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 Mia Bogan, 19, a Prairie University student, gathers with fellow Cadets to eat in a dining facility at Fort Knox, Ky., on the Army's birthday on June 14.  Throughout the day, lectures and classes were geared in remembrance of past soldiers and Army values.

Mia Bogan, 19, a Prairie University student, gathers with fellow Cadets to eat in a dining facility at Fort Knox, Ky., on the Army's birthday on June 14.  Throughout the day, lectures and classes were geared in remembrance of past soldiers and Army values.

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 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson warms up in left field before playing the Syracuse Chiefs at PNC Field. 

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson warms up in left field before playing the Syracuse Chiefs at PNC Field. 

 Mountain View's Dylan Thomas celebrates after scoring his first goal to tie the game against New Hope-Solebury in the second half of play in Allentown; Pa.

Mountain View's Dylan Thomas celebrates after scoring his first goal to tie the game against New Hope-Solebury in the second half of play in Allentown; Pa.

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 Pat Monahan running back and track star for North Pocono High School. 

Pat Monahan running back and track star for North Pocono High School. 

 Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. (Los Angeles Times) 

Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. (Los Angeles Times) 

 Lumber Jills Mary Reeder (left) of Union Dale, Pa., and LaVonne Mikloiche of Vandling, Pa.,  with their throwing axes in front of a target on Mary's property. 

Lumber Jills Mary Reeder (left) of Union Dale, Pa., and LaVonne Mikloiche of Vandling, Pa.,  with their throwing axes in front of a target on Mary's property. 

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 Ryan Kemp a graduate of Western Kentucky University and CEO / Chairman of The Western Kentucky Ghostbusters has constructed a replica Ghostbusters suit that weighs about sixty pounds and cost about $3,000 in materials. The WKG serve South Central Kentucky in the investigations and elimination of ghosts. Kemp became a fan of the Ghostbusters movies at age four and now travels to Ghostbusters conventions as far away as Chicago. 

Ryan Kemp a graduate of Western Kentucky University and CEO / Chairman of The Western Kentucky Ghostbusters has constructed a replica Ghostbusters suit that weighs about sixty pounds and cost about $3,000 in materials. The WKG serve South Central Kentucky in the investigations and elimination of ghosts. Kemp became a fan of the Ghostbusters movies at age four and now travels to Ghostbusters conventions as far away as Chicago. 

 Kyle Popish of Scranton who trains clients at Core Fitness in Scranton, Pa.

Kyle Popish of Scranton who trains clients at Core Fitness in Scranton, Pa.

 From left Carmen Pellegrino, Domenick Pellegrino and Tony Coccimiglio all of Scranton in Maroni's Pizza in Scranton, Pa. Maroni's Pizza has been in business since 1982. 

From left Carmen Pellegrino, Domenick Pellegrino and Tony Coccimiglio all of Scranton in Maroni's Pizza in Scranton, Pa. Maroni's Pizza has been in business since 1982. 

  Zoe McNichols of Clarks Summit, Pa., who leads the Scranton Story Slam at the Vintage Theater. 

 Zoe McNichols of Clarks Summit, Pa., who leads the Scranton Story Slam at the Vintage Theater. 

 University of Scranton student Julia Alperin Frakes. 

University of Scranton student Julia Alperin Frakes. 

  Megan Alpert a financial adviser at Merrill Lynch and active community volunteer.

 Megan Alpert a financial adviser at Merrill Lynch and active community volunteer.

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 RJ Harrington owner of Embassy Vinyl on Adams Avenue in Scranton, Pa.

RJ Harrington owner of Embassy Vinyl on Adams Avenue in Scranton, Pa.

 Bilal of Afghanistan sits in front of a brick fire place in his temporary Clarks Summit home.  In Afghanistan Bilal lived and worked in a brick making factory. He was born with his bladder outside of his body and was brought to the U.S. for operations to fix his rare condition.  

Bilal of Afghanistan sits in front of a brick fire place in his temporary Clarks Summit home.  In Afghanistan Bilal lived and worked in a brick making factory. He was born with his bladder outside of his body and was brought to the U.S. for operations to fix his rare condition.  

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 Drum Major Richard Bowen with the Greater Scranton Black Diamonds Pipe Band waits to lead the band into a benefit for Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Alex T. Douglass at the Backyard Ale House in Scranton. 

Drum Major Richard Bowen with the Greater Scranton Black Diamonds Pipe Band waits to lead the band into a benefit for Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Alex T. Douglass at the Backyard Ale House in Scranton. 

 VFW 1275  member Roger Lamb of Lima holds the The Star-Spangled Banner during 102nd Flag day ceremony at the Lima Elks Lodge # 54. 

VFW 1275  member Roger Lamb of Lima holds the The Star-Spangled Banner during 102nd Flag day ceremony at the Lima Elks Lodge # 54. 

 Adnan Abusharkh owner of Pride of the Mediterranean Restaurant on Fillmore Street takes a break for Arabic tea and to smoke from his hookah.  Abusharkh said his love for hookah smoking started at the age of nine when he worked in a hookah parlor in his home town of Jerusalem, Israel.  Police have only pulled him over once for smoking his hookah while driving, he has attached a hookah to the dashboard of his car.  " It's always been my dream to open a Mediterranean restaurant," said Abusharkh.   

Adnan Abusharkh owner of Pride of the Mediterranean Restaurant on Fillmore Street takes a break for Arabic tea and to smoke from his hookah.  Abusharkh said his love for hookah smoking started at the age of nine when he worked in a hookah parlor in his home town of Jerusalem, Israel.  Police have only pulled him over once for smoking his hookah while driving, he has attached a hookah to the dashboard of his car.  " It's always been my dream to open a Mediterranean restaurant," said Abusharkh.

 

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 Musembe a Kenyan Wildlife Officer. 

Musembe a Kenyan Wildlife Officer. 

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  "It's hard to keep my balance when I walk," said Leon Carter, 96, of Mayfield, Ky.  Carter uses a cane as he leaves his garage workshop. He was a master craftsman and farmer. 

 "It's hard to keep my balance when I walk," said Leon Carter, 96, of Mayfield, Ky.  Carter uses a cane as he leaves his garage workshop. He was a master craftsman and farmer. 

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John Dray, 87, of Harrod, Ohio., and wife Charlene Dray, 78, of 59 years at the Harrod Pork Rind Heritage Festival in Harrod.

Bill at The Hands Club in Blowing Green, Ky. Feb, 2011. 

"Oh, she is the sweetest little thing," said Rita Herndon, a stylist at Hair Port, about May Carter, 91. Carter, now a retired homemaker, prides herself on the cleanliness of her home and appearance. Mayfield, Ky., 2008

 

Francisco Zepeda, of Zacatecas, Mexico and son Tari, 8, ride in traditional Mexican rancher clothing in Mayfield, Ky.  Putting on the traditional clothes and riding is a Sunday tradition on the farm Francisco works at during the week tending chickens.  Oct. 2008. 

Injured Marine Justin Reynolds is surrounded in prayer Wednesday by (from left) his mother, Anne Reynolds; Assistant Chaplin Terry Ginther, of Leipsic, Ohio; and Justin’s sister, Kim Reynolds; at The Ridge at Shawnee in Lima, Ohio.  “Prayer is the only thing we’ve got,” Ginther said . Reynolds, who served two tours of duty in the Iraq war was honorably discharged after a Humvee he was riding in hit a roadside bomb, filling his legs with shrapnel in 2006.  Doctors think a virus contracted after his injuries infected Justin's brain, leaving him disabled but aware. The Department of Veterans Affairs certified The Ridge as a veterans nursing facility.  A group from the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center presented him with $3,707 to help with his care.  The help from the VA and the gift from Joint Systems Manufacturing Center will help offset Justin's healthcare costs. Aug, 2008. 

Newton M'kio, 4, of Rukanga Kenya., rests in a wheelbarrow as he watches men compress hand made bricks while building a structure.  Aug 2010. 

Shaykh Asad Qazi of Lawndale is the first Islamic chaplain for the Los Angeles Police Department.  Qazi prays the Salat prayer five times a day facing northeast and also prays the Dua prayer whenever he fells the need to. 

Ray Redmond prepared pork ribs at a rib cook off at the Allen County Fair grounds in Lima, Ohio.  Ray used parts of his mother's rib recipe and parts of his father's to perfect his own recipe. Redmond cooked, while his brother eat the ribs that were intended for the judges only. 

Joe Cron of Carbondale came to visit his life long home that was burn in a fire about a year ago on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012.  Cron said he comes to the remains of his home often because people have been stealing things like copper, wiring and other property. 

I've built most of the buildings in this village said , 45, as he works compressing bricks and putting them out in the sun to dry in Rukanga Kenya. 

Mia Bogan, 19, a Prairie University student, gathers with fellow Cadets to eat in a dining facility at Fort Knox, Ky., on the Army's birthday on June 14.  Throughout the day, lectures and classes were geared in remembrance of past soldiers and Army values.

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson warms up in left field before playing the Syracuse Chiefs at PNC Field. 

Mountain View's Dylan Thomas celebrates after scoring his first goal to tie the game against New Hope-Solebury in the second half of play in Allentown; Pa.

Pat Monahan running back and track star for North Pocono High School. 

Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. (Los Angeles Times) 

Lumber Jills Mary Reeder (left) of Union Dale, Pa., and LaVonne Mikloiche of Vandling, Pa.,  with their throwing axes in front of a target on Mary's property. 

Ryan Kemp a graduate of Western Kentucky University and CEO / Chairman of The Western Kentucky Ghostbusters has constructed a replica Ghostbusters suit that weighs about sixty pounds and cost about $3,000 in materials. The WKG serve South Central Kentucky in the investigations and elimination of ghosts. Kemp became a fan of the Ghostbusters movies at age four and now travels to Ghostbusters conventions as far away as Chicago. 

Kyle Popish of Scranton who trains clients at Core Fitness in Scranton, Pa.

From left Carmen Pellegrino, Domenick Pellegrino and Tony Coccimiglio all of Scranton in Maroni's Pizza in Scranton, Pa. Maroni's Pizza has been in business since 1982. 

 Zoe McNichols of Clarks Summit, Pa., who leads the Scranton Story Slam at the Vintage Theater. 

University of Scranton student Julia Alperin Frakes. 

 Megan Alpert a financial adviser at Merrill Lynch and active community volunteer.

RJ Harrington owner of Embassy Vinyl on Adams Avenue in Scranton, Pa.

Bilal of Afghanistan sits in front of a brick fire place in his temporary Clarks Summit home.  In Afghanistan Bilal lived and worked in a brick making factory. He was born with his bladder outside of his body and was brought to the U.S. for operations to fix his rare condition.  

Drum Major Richard Bowen with the Greater Scranton Black Diamonds Pipe Band waits to lead the band into a benefit for Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Alex T. Douglass at the Backyard Ale House in Scranton. 

VFW 1275  member Roger Lamb of Lima holds the The Star-Spangled Banner during 102nd Flag day ceremony at the Lima Elks Lodge # 54. 

Adnan Abusharkh owner of Pride of the Mediterranean Restaurant on Fillmore Street takes a break for Arabic tea and to smoke from his hookah.  Abusharkh said his love for hookah smoking started at the age of nine when he worked in a hookah parlor in his home town of Jerusalem, Israel.  Police have only pulled him over once for smoking his hookah while driving, he has attached a hookah to the dashboard of his car.  " It's always been my dream to open a Mediterranean restaurant," said Abusharkh.

 

Musembe a Kenyan Wildlife Officer. 

 "It's hard to keep my balance when I walk," said Leon Carter, 96, of Mayfield, Ky.  Carter uses a cane as he leaves his garage workshop. He was a master craftsman and farmer. 

 John Dray, 87, of Harrod, Ohio., and wife Charlene Dray, 78, of 59 years at the Harrod Pork Rind Heritage Festival in Harrod.
 Bill at The Hands Club in Blowing Green, Ky. Feb, 2011. 
 "Oh, she is the sweetest little thing," said Rita Herndon, a stylist at Hair Port, about May Carter, 91. Carter, now a retired homemaker, prides herself on the cleanliness of her home and appearance. Mayfield, Ky., 2008   
 Francisco Zepeda, of Zacatecas, Mexico and son Tari, 8, ride in traditional Mexican rancher clothing in Mayfield, Ky.  Putting on the traditional clothes and riding is a Sunday tradition on the farm Francisco works at during the week tending chickens.  Oct. 2008. 
 Injured Marine Justin Reynolds is surrounded in prayer Wednesday by (from left) his mother, Anne Reynolds; Assistant Chaplin Terry Ginther, of Leipsic, Ohio; and Justin’s sister, Kim Reynolds; at The Ridge at Shawnee in Lima, Ohio.  “Prayer is the only thing we’ve got,” Ginther said . Reynolds, who served two tours of duty in the Iraq war was honorably discharged after a Humvee he was riding in hit a roadside bomb, filling his legs with shrapnel in 2006.  Doctors think a virus contracted after his injuries infected Justin's brain, leaving him disabled but aware. The Department of Veterans Affairs certified The Ridge as a veterans nursing facility.  A group from the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center presented him with $3,707 to help with his care.  The help from the VA and the gift from Joint Systems Manufacturing Center will help offset Justin's healthcare costs. Aug, 2008. 
 Newton M'kio, 4, of Rukanga Kenya., rests in a wheelbarrow as he watches men compress hand made bricks while building a structure.  Aug 2010. 
 Shaykh Asad Qazi of Lawndale is the first Islamic chaplain for the Los Angeles Police Department.  Qazi prays the Salat prayer five times a day facing northeast and also prays the Dua prayer whenever he fells the need to. 
 Ray Redmond prepared pork ribs at a rib cook off at the Allen County Fair grounds in Lima, Ohio.  Ray used parts of his mother's rib recipe and parts of his father's to perfect his own recipe. Redmond cooked, while his brother eat the ribs that were intended for the judges only. 
 Joe Cron of Carbondale came to visit his life long home that was burn in a fire about a year ago on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012.  Cron said he comes to the remains of his home often because people have been stealing things like copper, wiring and other property. 
 I've built most of the buildings in this village said , 45, as he works compressing bricks and putting them out in the sun to dry in Rukanga Kenya. 
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 Mia Bogan, 19, a Prairie University student, gathers with fellow Cadets to eat in a dining facility at Fort Knox, Ky., on the Army's birthday on June 14.  Throughout the day, lectures and classes were geared in remembrance of past soldiers and Army values.
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 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson warms up in left field before playing the Syracuse Chiefs at PNC Field. 
 Mountain View's Dylan Thomas celebrates after scoring his first goal to tie the game against New Hope-Solebury in the second half of play in Allentown; Pa.
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 Pat Monahan running back and track star for North Pocono High School. 
 Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. (Los Angeles Times) 
 Lumber Jills Mary Reeder (left) of Union Dale, Pa., and LaVonne Mikloiche of Vandling, Pa.,  with their throwing axes in front of a target on Mary's property. 
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 Ryan Kemp a graduate of Western Kentucky University and CEO / Chairman of The Western Kentucky Ghostbusters has constructed a replica Ghostbusters suit that weighs about sixty pounds and cost about $3,000 in materials. The WKG serve South Central Kentucky in the investigations and elimination of ghosts. Kemp became a fan of the Ghostbusters movies at age four and now travels to Ghostbusters conventions as far away as Chicago. 
 Kyle Popish of Scranton who trains clients at Core Fitness in Scranton, Pa.
 From left Carmen Pellegrino, Domenick Pellegrino and Tony Coccimiglio all of Scranton in Maroni's Pizza in Scranton, Pa. Maroni's Pizza has been in business since 1982. 
  Zoe McNichols of Clarks Summit, Pa., who leads the Scranton Story Slam at the Vintage Theater. 
 University of Scranton student Julia Alperin Frakes. 
  Megan Alpert a financial adviser at Merrill Lynch and active community volunteer.
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 RJ Harrington owner of Embassy Vinyl on Adams Avenue in Scranton, Pa.
 Bilal of Afghanistan sits in front of a brick fire place in his temporary Clarks Summit home.  In Afghanistan Bilal lived and worked in a brick making factory. He was born with his bladder outside of his body and was brought to the U.S. for operations to fix his rare condition.  
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 Drum Major Richard Bowen with the Greater Scranton Black Diamonds Pipe Band waits to lead the band into a benefit for Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Alex T. Douglass at the Backyard Ale House in Scranton. 
 VFW 1275  member Roger Lamb of Lima holds the The Star-Spangled Banner during 102nd Flag day ceremony at the Lima Elks Lodge # 54. 
 Adnan Abusharkh owner of Pride of the Mediterranean Restaurant on Fillmore Street takes a break for Arabic tea and to smoke from his hookah.  Abusharkh said his love for hookah smoking started at the age of nine when he worked in a hookah parlor in his home town of Jerusalem, Israel.  Police have only pulled him over once for smoking his hookah while driving, he has attached a hookah to the dashboard of his car.  " It's always been my dream to open a Mediterranean restaurant," said Abusharkh.   
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 Musembe a Kenyan Wildlife Officer. 
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  "It's hard to keep my balance when I walk," said Leon Carter, 96, of Mayfield, Ky.  Carter uses a cane as he leaves his garage workshop. He was a master craftsman and farmer. 
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