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Tornado leaves severe damage in Mayflower, Arkansas

Tornado leaves severe damage in Mayflower, Arkansas


Tornado leaves severe damage in Mayflower, Arkansas

Posted: 28 Apr 2014 09:22 AM PDT

Instagram user @brenton_clarke originally posted these photos to his Instagram account.

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Aftermath of Arkansas tornado

Posted: 28 Apr 2014 09:04 AM PDT

Instagram user @brenton_clarke uploaded this photo of the devastation a tornado in Mayflower, Arkansas, left in its wake.

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#prayforarkansas

Posted: 28 Apr 2014 08:05 AM PDT

#prayforarkansas #prayforvilonia #prayformayflower

 

Photo by Instagram user @fiercelynatural
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Pray for Mayflower

Posted: 28 Apr 2014 07:49 AM PDT

Downed power lines all around mayflower this morning. Can't get anywhere unless you drive over them. Luckily the tornado didn't hit my house but my thoughts and prayers go out to everyone that was hit last night #prayforarkansas #prayforvilonia #prayfirmayflower

Photo by Instagram user @its_sunshine24
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Spring Thunderstorm in Iowa

Posted: 28 Apr 2014 06:01 AM PDT

Time-lap video (2 sec interval) using a GoPro dash cam. Driving to Des Moines on Sunday, April 27 as a thunderstorm approaches the city.

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Mayflower arkansas tornado

Posted: 28 Apr 2014 04:27 AM PDT

The morning aftermath of a tornado that hit mayflower Arkansas on 4/27/14

 

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Grass fire evacuations Abilene, Texas

Posted: 27 Apr 2014 02:44 PM PDT

Toni Galbreath

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Vikings of Reykjavik

Posted: 27 Apr 2014 02:28 PM PDT

The Viking ship sculpture overlooking the Harbor of Reykjavik on a blue skies day.

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Summer has arrived in Iceland ?

Posted: 27 Apr 2014 05:39 AM PDT

Took these videos and photos yesterday in Reykjavik.
And as you can see, the weather was great - sun and calm winds - and the temperature at around 9 degrees -
And in april in Iceland - that is hot.
Lots of people walking around, and enjoyinjg the great weather

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Subway Cinema & the Return of Old School Kung Fu Flicks on the Big Screen in New York

Posted: 26 Apr 2014 08:46 PM PDT

Last weekend I attended some screenings of Subway Cinema's 2nd annual "Old School Kung Fu Fest," a 3-day celebration of classic Asian martial arts and action films at the Anthology Film Archives on Second Avenue in Downtown New York.

This year, in conjunction with the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office New York, the screening series also celebrated the life and work of martial arts film legend Lau Kar-leung, who appeared in such films as Mad Monkey Kung Fu, Heroes of the East, and Legendary Weapons of China. Lau Kar-leung passed away last year at 78 years old, so five of his greatest movies, including Lau's masterpiece Dirty Ho and the 36th Chamber of Shaolin, both screened in 35mm!

This year's tribute to Lau Kar-leung also included a special New York City premiere of a visual exhibition acentered on his life and career, entitled "My Way, Lau Kar-leung," which was previously on display in Hong Kong and Chicago.

In addition to all this martial arts film goodness, Subway Cinema teamed up with artist Jerry Ma of Epic Proportions, who assembled a team of top local comic book artists and illustrators to create original artwork inspired by the films in this year's lineup. Participating artists included Larry Hama (G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero), Bernard Chang (Green Lantern Corps), Ken Knudtsen (My Monkey's Name is Jennifer), Soo J Lee & Jef Castro (Point-and-Question), Glenn Urieta (Secret Identities & Shattered, The Asian-American Superhero Graphic Novels), John Jennings (The Hole: Consumer Culture, Black Comix: African American Independent Comics), and Ma himself (Secret Identities & Shattered, The Asian-American Superhero Graphic Novels). The artwork was displayed at the Anthology Film Archives for the duration of the Old School Kung Fu Fest.

For those of you who missed the fun last weekend, you'll have an opportunity to take part this Sunday, April 27th, when Subway Cinema takes the show on the road to Warrington Hudlin's Fist & Sword Series at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens. At 7PM author and Asian film historian Ric Meyers will introduce a screening of the Cult Cinema Icon from the Shaw Brothers - Eight Diagram Pole Fighter.

Then in June, Subway Cinema will present another edition of their New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), which runs from June 27th through July 14th at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Asia Society.

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