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USA/
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December 09, 2006
Rose Parade Queen Mary McCluggage applies split peas to the Rain Bird float in Duarte, California December...
Duarte, UNITED STATES
Rose Parade Queen McCluggage applies split peas to the Rain Bird float in Duarte
Rose Parade Queen Mary McCluggage applies split peas to the Rain Bird float in Duarte, California December 9, 2006. The irrigation company's entry into the parade is titled Natural Beauties and features a Tournament of Roses record 15-foot-high waterfall. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/John Hayes/Rain Bird/Handout (UNITED STATES)
ROSE FLOAT DESIGN
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May 04, 2006
Float designer, Raul Rodriguez, puts some finishing touches to a Rose Parade float he is designing as...
Los Angeles, USA
Float designer Rodriguez puts some finishing touches to a Rose Parade float he is designing in Los Angeles...
Float designer, Raul Rodriguez, puts some finishing touches to a Rose Parade float he is designing as his hyacinth macaw, Sebastian, takes a bite out of his pencil in his Los Angeles home studio, May 4, 2006. Rodriguez won his 14th consecutive Sweepstakes Trophy, the highest honor bestowed by the Tournament of Roses, at the 2006 parade. REUTERS/John Hayes
ROSE PARADE FLOAT
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January 02, 2006
Volunteer Ken Moorehead decorates a koala on the Rain Bird float with ming moss in Duarte, California,...
Duarte, UNITED STATES
Volunteer decorates koala on Rain Bird float in Duarte California
Volunteer Ken Moorehead decorates a koala on the Rain Bird float with ming moss in Duarte, California, December 26, 2005. Decorators are shifting into high gear for the 117th Tournament of Roses Parade. The parade is scheduled to run on January 2, 2006 in Pasadena. REUTERS/Rain Bird/John Hayes/Handout
SPORT NHL
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October 23, 2005
Calgary Flames center Stephane Yelle (L) and left wing Chris Simon celebrate the game-winning goal in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Calgary Flames' Yelle and Simon celebrate game-winning goal in Los Angeles
Calgary Flames center Stephane Yelle (L) and left wing Chris Simon celebrate the game-winning goal in their NHL game against the Los Angeles Kings in the third period in Los Angeles October 23, 2005. The Flames won 3-2. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
RTR18OKN
October 23, 2005
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Tim Gleason slips on the ice as Calgary Flames right wing Jarome Iginla...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Kings defenseman Gleason slips on ice as Flames right wing Iginla pursues puck in Los Angeles
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Tim Gleason slips on the ice as Calgary Flames right wing Jarome Iginla (12) pursues the puck during the third period of their NHL game in Los Angeles, October 23, 2005. The Flames won 3-2. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
RTR18OKJ
October 23, 2005
Calgary Flames right wing Tony Amonte (10) puts pressure on Los Angeles Kings goaltender Mathieu Garon...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Flames right wing Amonte puts pressure on Kings goaltender Garon and defenseman Gleason in Los Angeles...
Calgary Flames right wing Tony Amonte (10) puts pressure on Los Angeles Kings goaltender Mathieu Garon (L) and defenseman Tim Gleason (C) in the first period of their NHL game in Los Angeles, October 23, 2005. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
RTR18OKE
October 23, 2005
Calgary Flames center Daymond Langkow (22) puts pressure on Los Angeles Kings goaltender Mathieu Garon...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Flames' Langkow puts pressure on Kings' Garon in Los Angeles
Calgary Flames center Daymond Langkow (22) puts pressure on Los Angeles Kings goaltender Mathieu Garon (31) in the third period of their NHL game in Los Angeles, October 23, 2005. The Flames won 3-2. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
RTR18OKA
October 23, 2005
Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Kings players fight in the first period of their NHL game in Los Angeles,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Kings players fight in first period of their NHL game in Los Angeles
Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Kings players fight in the first period of their NHL game in Los Angeles, October 23, 2005. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
RTR18A8R
October 10, 2005
Edmonton Oilers right wing Ales Hemsky (83) is challenged by Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Travis Moen...
Anaheim, UNITED STATES
Edmonton Oilers right wing Hemsky is challenged by Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Moen in Anaheim
Edmonton Oilers right wing Ales Hemsky (83) is challenged by Anaheim Mighty Ducks left wing Travis Moen in the third period of their NHL game in Anaheim, California October 10, 2005. The Oilers won 4-2. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
RTR18A7V
October 10, 2005
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ethan Moreau (18) rides Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Scott Niedermayer for...
Anaheim, UNITED STATES
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ethan Moreau rides Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Scott Niedermayer for control...
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ethan Moreau (18) rides Anaheim Mighty Ducks defenseman Scott Niedermayer for control of the puck in the first period of their NHL game in Anaheim, California, October 10, 2005. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
RTR18A2H
October 10, 2005
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ethan Moreau (18) attempts a turnover against Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Sergei...
Anaheim, UNITED STATES
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ethan Moreau attempts a turnover against Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Sergei...
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ethan Moreau (18) attempts a turnover against Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Sergei Fedorov in the third period of their NHL game in Anaheim, California October 10, 2005. The Oilers won 4-2. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NHL
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October 10, 2005
Edmonton Oilers right wing Ales Hemsky (L) makes a goal attempt as Anaheim Mighty Ducks goaltender Jean-Sebastien...
Anaheim, UNITED STATES
Oilers Hemsky makes a goal attempt as Mighty Ducks goaltender Giguere defends the net in first period...
Edmonton Oilers right wing Ales Hemsky (L) makes a goal attempt as Anaheim Mighty Ducks goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere defends the net in the first period of their NHL game in Anaheim, California, October 10, 2005. REUTERS/John Hayes
TRIBECA AMAZON
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March 03, 2005
Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro (C) joins Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos (L) and...
New York, USA
Robert De Niro with corporate executives to announce collaborative partnership.
Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro (C) joins Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos (L) and American Express Chief Marketing Officer John Hayes (R) at a news conference in New York, March 3, 2005 to announce a new national collaborative partnership. The Tribeca Film Festival and founding partner American Express were announcing their partnership with Amazon.com to launch the Amazon Theater/Tribeca Film Festival Short-Film Competition where Amazon.com will accept short-film submissions for entry into the competition with the top filmmaker as rated by Amazon.com customers and a panel of celebrity jurors will receive a grand prize of a $50,000 American Express pre-paid card to be announced at the end of June, 2005. The Tribeca Film Festival takes place from April 19th to May 1st in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/HB
TRIBECA AMAZON
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March 03, 2005
Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro (C) joins hands with Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff...
New York, USA
Robert De Niro with corporate executives to announce collaborative partnership.
Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro (C) joins hands with Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos (L) and American Express Chief Marketing Officer John Hayes at a news conference in New York, March 3, 2005 to announce a new national collaborative partnership. The Tribeca Film Festival and founding partner American Express were announcing their partnership with Amazon.com to launch the Amazon Theater/Tribeca Film Festival Short-Film Competition where Amazon.com will accept short-film submissions for entry into the competition with the top filmmaker as rated by Amazon.com customers and a panel of celebrity jurors will receive a grand prize of a $50,000 American Express pre-paid card to be announced at the end of June, 2005. The Tribeca Film Festival takes place from April 19th to May 1st in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/HB
TRIBECA AMAZON
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March 03, 2005
Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro (C) joins hands with Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff...
New York, USA
Robert De Niro with corporate executives to announce collaborative partnership.
Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro (C) joins hands with Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos (L) and American Express Chief Marketing Officer John Hayes at a news conference in New York, March 3, 2005 to announce a new national collaborative partnership. The Tribeca Film Festival and founding partner American Express were announcing their partnership with Amazon.com to launch the Amazon Theater/Tribeca Film Festival Short-Film Competition where Amazon.com will accept short-film submissions for entry into the competition with the top filmmaker as rated by Amazon.com customers and a panel of celebrity jurors will receive a grand prize of a $50,000 American Express pre-paid card to be announced at the end of June, 2005. The Tribeca Film Festival takes place from April 19th to May 1st in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/HB
LEISURE GRAMMY BOOST MOBILE
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February 13, 2005
Violinist Miri Ben-Ari arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in honour of Kanye...
Los Angeles
Violinist Miri Ben-Ari arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in Los Angeles.
Violinist Miri Ben-Ari arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in honour of Kanye West in Los Angeles February 13, 2005. West won three Grammys on Sunday. EUTERS/John Hayes SA
LEISURE GRAMMY BOOST MOBILE
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February 13, 2005
Singer Ludacris arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in honour of Kanye West...
Los Angeles
Singer Ludacris arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in Los Angeles.
Singer Ludacris arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in honour of Kanye West in Los Angeles February 13, 2005. West won three Grammys on Sunday. REUTERS/John Hayes SA
LEISURE GRAMMY BOOST MOBILE
RTRN9EQ
February 13, 2005
Actress and singer Christina Milian (L) and singer Nick Cannon arrive at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers...
Los Angeles
Christina Milian and Nick Cannon arrive at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in Los...
Actress and singer Christina Milian (L) and singer Nick Cannon arrive at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in honour of the singer Kanye West in Los Angeles February 13, 2005. West won three Grammys on Sunday. REUTERS/John Hayes SSM/SA
LEISURE GRAMMY BOOST MOBILE
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February 13, 2005
Kanye West arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in Los Angeles February 13,...
Los Angeles
Kanye West arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in Los Angeles.
Kanye West arrives at the Boost Mobile and Dave Meyers post-Grammy party in Los Angeles February 13, 2005. REUTERS/John Hayes SSM/CN
SPORT SOCCER
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January 22, 2005
Sweden defence Christoffer Andersson (L) slows the progress of South Korean midfielder Kyung Ho-chung...
Carson
Sweden defence Andersson slows progress of South Korean midfielder Kyung during match Carson, California....
Sweden defence Christoffer Andersson (L) slows the progress of South Korean midfielder Kyung Ho-chung during the first half of a friendly match in Carson, California January 22, 2005. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/FA
SPORT SOCCER
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January 22, 2005
South Korea defence man Jae Hong Park collides with Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg during a friendly...
Carson
South Korea defence man Jae Hong Park collides with Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg during a friendly...
South Korea defence man Jae Hong Park collides with Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg during a friendly match in Carson, California. South Korea defence man Jae Hong Park collides with Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg (10) during a friendly match in Carson, California, January 22, 2005. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT SOCCER
RTR1119L
January 22, 2005
South Korea forward Dong Hyun Kim lands on Sweden defenseman Fredrik Risp during the second half of a...
Carson
South Korea forward Dong Hyun Kim lands on Sweden defenseman Fredrik Risp during the second half of a...
South Korea forward Dong Hyun Kim lands on Sweden defenseman Fredrik Risp during the second half of a friendly match. South Korea forward Dong Hyun Kim (R) lands on Sweden defence man Fredrik Risp (3) during the second half of a friendly match in Carson, California, January 22, 2005. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT SOCCER
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January 22, 2005
Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg sets up the ball before shooting as South Korea defender Yoo Kyung-ryul...
Carson
Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg sets up the ball before shooting as South Korea defender Yoo Kyung-ryul...
Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg sets up the ball before shooting as South Korea defender Yoo Kyung-ryul tries to stop him in Carson, California. Sweden forward Marcus Rosenberg (10) sets up the ball before shooting as South Korea defender Yoo Kyung-ryul tries to stop him during the second half of a friendly match in Carson, California, January 22, 2005. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT SOCCER
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January 22, 2005
South Korea's defender Park Jae-hong and Sweden's defender Fredrik Risp jostle for the ball during a...
Carson
South Korea's defender Park Jae-hong and Sweden's defender Fredrik Risp jostle for the ball during a...
South Korea's defender Park Jae-hong and Sweden's defender Fredrik Risp jostle for the ball during a friendly match in Carson, California. South Korea's defender Park Jae-hong (L) and Sweden's defender Fredrik Risp jostle for the ball in the first half of a friendly match in Carson, California, January 22, 2005. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/John Hayes
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January 16, 2005
Cost Rica midfielder Gherland McDonald (L) and United States defender Marvell Wynne vie for possession...
Carson, UNITED STATES
Cost Rica midfielder Gherland McDonald (L) and United States defender Marvell Wynne vie for possession...
Cost Rica midfielder Gherland McDonald (L) and United States defender Marvell Wynne vie for possession of the ball at the Under 20 CONCACAF Qualification Finals. Costa Rica midfielder Gherland McDonald (L) and United States defender Marvell Wynne (3) vie for possession of the ball at the Under-20 CONCACAF Qualification Finals in Carson, California, January 16, 2005. The United States won 2-0 allowing Panama to advance to the finals with the United States. REUTERS/John Hayes
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January 16, 2005
Costa Rica attacker Franklin Chacon (L) and United States defender Patrick Phelan land after heading...
Carson, UNITED STATES
Costa Rica attacker Franklin Chacon (L) and United States defender Patrick Phelan land after heading...
Costa Rica attacker Franklin Chacon (L) and United States defender Patrick Phelan land after heading the ball at the Under-20 CONCACAF Qualification Finals. Costa Rica attacker Franklin Chacon (L) and United States defender Patrick Phelan land after heading the ball at the Under-20 CONCACAF Qualification Finals in Carson, California, January 16, 2005. The United States won 2-0 allowing Panama to advance to the finals with the United States. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT SOCCER
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January 16, 2005
U.S. Player Charlie Davies (R) clears the ball ahead of Costa Rica midfielder Jose Garro during their...
Carson, UNITED STATES
US player Charlie Davies in action during win over Costa Rica in their Under 20 match.
U.S. Player Charlie Davies (R) clears the ball ahead of Costa Rica midfielder Jose Garro during their Under-20 match in Carson, California January 16, 2005. The United States won 2-0 and advance to the finals along with Panama. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/GN
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January 16, 2005
Costa Rica defender Jose Chan attempts to take control of the ball from United States attacker Charlie...
Carson, UNITED STATES
Costa Rica defender Jose Chan attempts to take control of the ball from United States attacker Charlie...
Costa Rica defender Jose Chan attempts to take control of the ball from United States attacker Charlie Davies at the Under 20 CONCACAF Qualification Finals. Costa Rica defender Jose Chan (14) attempts to take control of the ball from United States attacker Charlie Davies at the Under-20 CONCACAF Qualification Finals in Carson, California, January 16, 2005. The United States won the game 2-0, allowing Panama to advance to the finals with the United States. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10T8L
January 16, 2005
US midfielder Danny Szetela reacts after scoring a goal past Costa Rica goalkeeper Keilor Navas at Under...
Carson, UNITED STATES
US midfielder Danny Szetela reacts after scoring a goal past Costa Rica goalkeeper Keilor Navas at ......
US midfielder Danny Szetela reacts after scoring a goal past Costa Rica goalkeeper Keilor Navas at Under 20 match. United States midfielder Danny Szetela (R) reacts after scoring a goal past Costa Rica goal keeper Keilor Navas at the Under-20 CONCACAF qualifier match in Carson, California, January 16, 2005. The United States won the match 2-0 and advance to the finals with Panama. REUTERS/John Hayes
SPORT NCAA
RTR10Q09
January 14, 2005
Tim Floyd is welcomed to USC by assistant football coach Chow after a press conference introducing Floyd...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Tim Floyd is welcomed to USC by assistant football coach Chow after a press conference introducing ......
Tim Floyd is welcomed to USC by assistant football coach Chow after a press conference introducing Floyd as the new head basketball coach for next season. Tim Floyd (L) is welcomed to USC by assistant football coach Norm Chow after a press conference introducing Floyd as the new head basketball coach for next season in Los Angeles January 14, 2005. Floyd was fired as the head coach for the New Orleans Hornets in May 2004 and will only be an assistant coach this season to allow him time to recruit. REUTERS/John Hayes
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January 14, 2005
USC punter Tom Malone takes questions at a press conference after announcing that he will return to the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
USC punter Tom Malone takes questions at a press conference after announcing that he will return to the...
USC punter Tom Malone takes questions at a press conference after announcing that he will return to the championship football team instead of going pro. USC punter Tom Malone takes questions at a press conference after announcing that he will return to the championship football team instead of going pro in Los Angeles January 14, 2005. Malone could have opted to enter the NFL draft. REUTERS/John Hayes
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January 14, 2005
USC star quarterback Matt Leinart takes a question at a press conference after announcing that he will...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
USC star quarterback Matt Leinart takes a question at a press conference after announcing that he will...
USC star quarterback Matt Leinart takes a question at a press conference after announcing that he will return to the championship football team instead of going pro. USC star quarterback Matt Leinart takes a question at a press conference after announcing that he will return to the championship football team instead of going pro in Los Angeles January 14, 2005. Leinart, who won this year's Heisman trophy, could have entered the NFL draft where he would have been a top choice with a very lucrative contract. REUTERS/John Hayes
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January 14, 2005
USC head coach Pete Carroll hugs quarterback Matt Leinart after Leinart announced that he will return...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
USC head coach Pete Carroll hugs quarterback Matt Leinart after Leinart announced that he will return...
USC head coach Pete Carroll hugs quarterback Matt Leinart after Leinart announced that he will return to the championship football team instead of going pro. USC head coach Pete Carroll, foreground, hugs quarterback Matt Leinart after Leinart announced that he will return to the championship football team instead of going pro at a press conference on the campus in Los Angeles, January 14, 2005. Leinart could have entered the NFL draft, where he would have been a top choice with a very lucrative contract. Leinart won the Heisman trophy this year. REUTERS/John Hayes
WEATHER CALIFORNIA
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January 10, 2005
City worker checks for drainage in front of homes on the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach, California....
Seal Beach, UNITED STATES
City worker checks for drainage in front of homes on the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach, ......
City worker checks for drainage in front of homes on the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach, California. A city worker checks for drainage after flooding of homes at the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach, California January 10, 2005. Four days of flash floods and mudslides have been brought on by a series of winter storms that have pummeled the state almost unrelentingly since mid-December, bringing 40 percent more rainfall than the area typically gets all winter. REUTERS/John Hayes
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RTRK7IN
January 10, 2005
A seagull stands on a wall out of rain water accumulated in front of homes on the beach following heavy...
Seal Beach, UNITED STATES
A seagull stands on a wall out of rain water accumulated in front of homes on the beach following heavy...
A seagull stands on a wall out of rain water accumulated in front of homes on the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach California. A seagull stands on top of a short wall out of rain water accumulated in front of homes on the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach, California, January 10, 2005. More rain is expected in the Los Angeles area until Tuesday. REUTERS/John Hayes
SEAL BEACH
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January 10, 2005
Dart Downing looks over his porch after flooding at the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach, California...
Seal Beach, UNITED STATES
California man observes flood waters outside his home at Seal Beach after heavy rains.
Dart Downing looks over his porch after flooding at the beach following heavy rains in Seal Beach, California January 10, 2005. Four days of flash floods and mudslides have been brought on by a series of winter storms that have pummeled the state almost unrelentingly since mid-December, bringing 40 percent more rainfall than the area typically gets all winter. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/GN
ODD
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January 01, 2005
Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech's float "Family of Explorers" passes crowds on New Years day during...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech's float "Family of Explorers" during the 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade....
Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech's float "Family of Explorers" passes crowds on New Years day during the annual Tournament of Roses Parade, in Pasadena, California January 1, 2005. The JPL/Caltech float won the Crown City Innovation Trophy for best use of Imagination and innovation to advance the art of float design. REUTERS/John Hayes JH
ODD
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January 01, 2005
NAMM The International Music Products Association's entry titled Music Makes Us a Family amuses spectators...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
NAMM The International Music Products Association's entry titled Music Makes Us a Family amuses ...
NAMM The International Music Products Association's entry titled Music Makes Us a Family amuses spectators during the 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade. NAMM-The International Music Products Association's entry, titled "Music Makes Us a Family," amuses spectators with characters from the children's show "Sesame Street" during the 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, January 1, 2005. NAMM's entry received the Bob Hope Humor Trophy. REUTERS/John Hayes
ODD
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January 01, 2005
Tournament of Roses Parade Grand Marshal Mickey Mouse greets spectators during the annual parade through...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Tournament of Roses Parade Grand Marshal Mickey Mouse greets spectators in Pasadena.
Tournament of Roses Parade Grand Marshal Mickey Mouse greets spectators during the annual parade through the streets of Pasadena, California January 1, 2005. This year's parade theme was Celebrate Family. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/GN
ODD
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January 01, 2005
Animal enthusiasts Walter C Crawford with a Bald Eagle and Jack Hanna ride on the Rain Bird float Playful...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Animal enthusiasts Walter C Crawford with a Bald Eagle and Jack Hanna ride on the Rain Bird float ......
Animal enthusiasts Walter C Crawford with a Bald Eagle and Jack Hanna ride on the Rain Bird float Playful Pandamonium during the Tournament of Roses Parade. Animal enthusiasts Walter C. Crawford (L), holding a Bald Eagle, and Jack Hanna ride on the Rain Bird float, Playful Pandamonium, during the annual Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California January 1, 2005. Rain Bird won the Sweepstakes Trophy, the tournament's top prize, for the sixth time in nine years. The Bald Eagle is the national symbol of the United States. REUTERS/John Hayes
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RTRJF60
January 01, 2005
Disneyland Park's float The Happiest Celebration on Earth passes spectators during the 2005 Tournament...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Disneyland Park's float The Happiest Celebration on Earth passes spectators during the 2005 Tournament...
Disneyland Park's float The Happiest Celebration on Earth passes spectators during the 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade. Disneyland Park's float, "The Happiest Celebration on Earth," passes spectators during the annual Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California January 1, 2005. This year's parade theme was Celebrate Family. REUTERS/John Hayes
ODD
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January 01, 2005
Sweepstakes Trophy winner Rain Bird takes the top award for most beautiful entry with outstanding floral...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Sweepstakes Trophy winner Rain Bird takes the top award for most beautiful entry with outstanding ......
Sweepstakes Trophy winner Rain Bird takes the top award for most beautiful entry with outstanding floral presentation and design with its entry of Playful Pandamonium during the 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade. Sweepstakes Trophy winner, Rain Bird, takes the top award for most beautiful entry with outstanding floral presentation and design with its entry of Playful Pandamonium, during the 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, January 1, 2005. Rain Bird has won six Sweepstakes Trophies in the last nine years. REUTERS/John Hayes
PRISM AWARDS
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December 17, 2004
The Avila Brothers perform at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
The Avila Brothers perform at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards....
The Avila Brothers perform at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes JH
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RTRIJOK
December 17, 2004
Public Enemy's Flavor Flav jokingly holds a stage prop award as band member Chuck D is honored at the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Public Enemy's Flavor Flav jokingly holds a stage prop award as band member Chuck D is honored at the...
Public Enemy's Flavor Flav jokingly holds a stage prop award as band member Chuck D is honored at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards. Public Enemy's Flavor Flav (L) jokingly holds a stage prop award as band member Chuck D is honored at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
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RTRIJOE
December 17, 2004
Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge acknowledges Minorities in Business Magazine's Executive Producer...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge acknowledges Minorities in Business Magazine's Executive ...
Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge acknowledges Minorities in Business Magazine's Executive Producer Cynthia Butler-Hayden at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards. Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge acknowledges Minorities in Business Magazine's Executive Producer Cynthia Butler-Hayden at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
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RTRIJOA
December 17, 2004
Co-hosts Orlando Jones and Rain Pryor start the show during the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Co-hosts Orlando Jones and Rain Pryor start the show during the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th...
Co-hosts Orlando Jones and Rain Pryor start the show during the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards. Co-hosts Orlando Jones (R) and Rain Pryor start the show during the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
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RTRIJNV
December 17, 2004
Dr. Keith Black accepts the Corporate Angel award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Dr. Keith Black accepts the Corporate Angel award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual...
Dr. Keith Black accepts the Corporate Angel award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards. Dr. Keith Black accepts the Corporate Angel award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
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RTRIJNR
December 17, 2004
Hip Hop artist Ludacris accepts the Hip Hop Artist of the year award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Hip Hop artist Ludacris accepts the Hip Hop Artist of the year award at the Minorities in Business ......
Hip Hop artist Ludacris accepts the Hip Hop Artist of the year award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards. Hip Hop artist Ludacris accepts the Hip Hop Artist of the year award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
PRISM AWARDS
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December 17, 2004
Bobby Valentino performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Bobby Valentino performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards....
Bobby Valentino performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes JH
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RTRIJAK
December 17, 2004
Record company executive Kevin Black accepts the Urban Hitmaker Award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Record company executive Kevin Black accepts the Urban Hitmaker Award at the Minorities in Business ......
Record company executive Kevin Black accepts the Urban Hitmaker Award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards. Record company executive Kevin Black accepts the Urban Hitmaker Award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles, December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
PRISM AWARDS
RTRIJ29
December 17, 2004
Comedian Arnez J. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Comedian Arnez J. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism ......
Comedian Arnez J. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles. Comedian Arnez J. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles December 17, 2004, in Los Angeles. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
PRISM AWARDS
RTRIJ1I
December 17, 2004
Actress Sharon Warren accepts her award for breakout star of the year at the Minorities in Business Magazine's...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Actress Sharon Warren accepts her award for breakout star of the year at the Minorities in Business ......
Actress Sharon Warren accepts her award for breakout star of the year at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles. Actress Sharon Warren accepts her award for breakout star of the year at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
PRISM AWARDS
RTRIJ1B
December 17, 2004
Chris Stokes accepts the MIB Urban Independent Film Award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Chris Stokes accepts the MIB Urban Independent Film Award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th...
Chris Stokes accepts the MIB Urban Independent Film Award at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles. Chris Stokes, a director, writer and producer, accepts the MIB Urban Independent Film Award for his work in "You Got Served" at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
PRISM AWARDS
RTRIIZE
December 17, 2004
R&B singer Jon B. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
R&B singer Jon B. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism ......
R&B singer Jon B. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles. R&B singer Jon B. performs at the Minorities in Business Magazine's 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards in Los Angeles December 17, 2004. The awards show celebrated the contributions of Hip Hop Culture through urban economics. REUTERS/John Hayes
NOT SO SILENT CHRISTMAS
RTRHLN3
December 06, 2004
Duran Duran performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in Anaheim, California. The...
Anaheim
Duran Duran performs at the Not So Silent Night concert in Anaheim.
Duran Duran performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in Anaheim, California. The Christmas concert featured Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer and Duran Duran. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/TW
NOT SO SILENT CHRISTMAS
RTRHLLN
December 06, 2004
Duran Duran lead singer Simon LeBon performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in...
Anaheim
Duran Duran lead singer Simon LeBon performs at the Not So Silent Night concert.
Duran Duran lead singer Simon LeBon performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in Anaheim, California. The Christmas concert featured Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer and Duran Duran. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/TW
NOT SO SILENT CHRISTMAS
RTRHLLI
December 06, 2004
Duran Duran lead singer Simon LeBon performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in...
Anaheim
Duran Duran lead singer Simon LeBon performs at the Not So Silent Night concert.
Duran Duran lead singer Simon LeBon performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in Anaheim, California. The Christmas concert featured Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer and Duran Duran. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/TW
NOT SO SILENT CHRISTMAS
RTRHLJE
December 06, 2004
John Mayer performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in Anaheim, California. The...
Anaheim
John Mayer performs at the Not So Silent Night concert in Anaheim.
John Mayer performs at the Not So Silent Night concert December 6, 2004, in Anaheim, California. The Christmas concert featured Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer and Duran Duran. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/TW
NOT SO SILENT CHRISTMAS
RTRHLIR
December 06, 2004
John Mayer performs at the "Not So Silent Night" concert in Anaheim, California, December 6, 2004. The...
Anaheim
John Mayer performs at "Not So Silent Night" concert in Anaheim.
John Mayer performs at the "Not So Silent Night" concert in Anaheim, California, December 6, 2004. The Christmas concert featured Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer and Duran Duran. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/CN
NOT SO SILENT CHRISTMAS
RTRHLII
December 06, 2004
John Mayer performs at the "Not So Silent Night" concert in Anaheim, California, December 6, 2004. The...
Anaheim, UNITED STATES
John Mayer performs at "Not So Silent Night" concert in Anaheim.
John Mayer performs at the "Not So Silent Night" concert in Anaheim, California, December 6, 2004. The Christmas concert featured Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer and Duran Duran. REUTERS/John Hayes JH/CN
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