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BASKETBALL-NBA-UTA-LAL/
RTS2ABUC
January 12, 2019
Jan 11, 2019; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz guard Ricky Rubio (in street clothes) watches from the...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers at Utah Jazz
Jan 11, 2019; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz guard Ricky Rubio (in street clothes) watches from the bench area during the second half against the Los Angeles Lakers at Vivint Smart Home Arena. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports
BASKETBALL-NBA-UTA-NYK/
RTX6K976
December 30, 2018
Dec 29, 2018; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz forward Jae Crowder (in street clothes) reacts during...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
NBA: New York Knicks at Utah Jazz
Dec 29, 2018; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz forward Jae Crowder (in street clothes) reacts during a time out in the second half against the New York Knicks at Vivint Smart Home Arena. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports
SPAIN-DELUCIA/
RTR3FR8A
February 26, 2014
Flowers are seen near a statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia in a street in Algeciras, southern...
Malaga, Spain
Flowers are seen near a statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia in a street in Algeciras
Flowers are seen near a statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February 26, 2014. Paco de Lucia, the influential Spanish guitarist who vastly expanded the international audience for flamenco and merged it with other musical styles, died suddenly on Tuesday of a heart attack in Mexico. The 66-year-old virtuoso, as happy playing seemingly impossible syncopated flamenco rhythms as he was improvising jazz or classical guitar, helped to legitimise flamenco in Spain itself at a time when it was shunned by the mainstream. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY OBITUARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-DELUCIA/
RTR3FR82
February 26, 2014
People wait to sign a book of condolences for guitarist Paco de Lucia in a street in downtown Algeciras,...
Malaga, Spain
People wait to sign a book of condolences for guitarist Paco de Lucia in a street in downtown Algeciras...
People wait to sign a book of condolences for guitarist Paco de Lucia in a street in downtown Algeciras, southern Spain February 26, 2014. Paco de Lucia, the influential Spanish guitarist who vastly expanded the international audience for flamenco and merged it with other musical styles, died suddenly on Tuesday of a heart attack in Mexico. The 66-year-old virtuoso, as happy playing seemingly impossible syncopated flamenco rhythms as he was improvising jazz or classical guitar, helped to legitimise flamenco in Spain itself at a time when it was shunned by the mainstream. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY OBITUARY)
SPAIN-DELUCIA/
RTR3FQVL
February 26, 2014
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February...
Malaga, Spain
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February 26, 2014. Paco de Lucia, the influential Spanish guitarist who vastly expanded the international audience for flamenco and merged it with other musical styles, died suddenly on Tuesday of a heart attack in Mexico. The 66-year-old virtuoso, as happy playing seemingly impossible syncopated flamenco rhythms as he was improvising jazz or classical guitar, helped to legitimise flamenco in Spain itself at a time when it was shunned by the mainstream. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE OBITUARY)
SPAIN-DELUCIA/
RTR3FQVK
February 26, 2014
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February...
Malaga, Spain
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February 26, 2014. Paco de Lucia, the influential Spanish guitarist who vastly expanded the international audience for flamenco and merged it with other musical styles, died suddenly on Tuesday of a heart attack in Mexico. The 66-year-old virtuoso, as happy playing seemingly impossible syncopated flamenco rhythms as he was improvising jazz or classical guitar, helped to legitimise flamenco in Spain itself at a time when it was shunned by the mainstream. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE OBITUARY)
SPAIN-DELUCIA/
RTR3FQVI
February 26, 2014
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February...
Malaga, Spain
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February 26, 2014. Paco de Lucia, the influential Spanish guitarist who vastly expanded the international audience for flamenco and merged it with other musical styles, died suddenly on Tuesday of a heart attack in Mexico. The 66-year-old virtuoso, as happy playing seemingly impossible syncopated flamenco rhythms as he was improvising jazz or classical guitar, helped to legitimise flamenco in Spain itself at a time when it was shunned by the mainstream. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE OBITUARY)
SPAIN-DELUCIA/
RTR3FQVE
February 26, 2014
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February...
Malaga, Spain
A statue of Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras
A statue depicting Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia is seen in a street in Algeciras, southern Spain February 26, 2014. Paco de Lucia, the influential Spanish guitarist who vastly expanded the international audience for flamenco and merged it with other musical styles, died suddenly on Tuesday of a heart attack in Mexico. The 66-year-old virtuoso, as happy playing seemingly impossible syncopated flamenco rhythms as he was improvising jazz or classical guitar, helped to legitimise flamenco in Spain itself at a time when it was shunned by the mainstream. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE OBITUARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PANAMA/
RTX10DN1
June 06, 2013
Pablo Mures, 14, a member of the Junior Jazz band from the Danilo Perez Foundation, practises his trumpet...
Panama City, Panama
A member of the Junior Jazz band practises his trumpet at a street in a low-income neighbourhood in Santa...
Pablo Mures, 14, a member of the Junior Jazz band from the Danilo Perez Foundation, practises his trumpet at a street in a low-income neighbourhood in Santa Ana in Panama City April 26, 2013. The foundation, an outreach music project, teaches music to children and adolescents living in poverty and high risk neighbourhoods such as El Chorrillo, San Miguelito and Santana. It aims to provide opportunities for youths who have been abandoned by their families, affected, or are at risk of being involved in drugs, gangs and violence. The Junior Jazz band, formed over three years ago, is made up of six musicians from 12 to 14 years old. The band has performed at the Panama Jazz festival and was the opening band for international jazz musicians such as Ruben Blades and Herbie Hancock. Picture taken on April 26, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY POVERTY ENTERTAINMENT)
PANAMA/
RTX10DMK
June 06, 2013
Pablo Mures, 14, a member of the Junior Jazz band from the Danilo Perez Foundation, practises his trumpet...
Panama City, Panama
A member of the Junior Jazz band practises his trumpet on a street in Santa Ana
Pablo Mures, 14, a member of the Junior Jazz band from the Danilo Perez Foundation, practises his trumpet on a street in a low-income neighbourhood in Santa Ana in Panama City April 26, 2013. The foundation, an outreach music project, teaches music to children and adolescents living in poverty and high risk neighbourhoods such as El Chorrillo, San Miguelito and Santana. It aims to provide opportunities for youths who have been abandoned by their families, affected by, or are at risk of being involved in drugs, gangs and violence. The Junior Jazz band, formed over three years ago, is made up of six musicians from 12 to 14 years old. The band has performed at the Panama Jazz festival and was the opening band for international jazz musicians such as Ruben Blades and Herbie Hancock. Picture taken on April 26, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY POVERTY ENTERTAINMENT)
POLAND/
RTR2OYV2
July 17, 2011
People sit along a street as they listen to a jazz concert as part of a series of performances held in...
Warsaw, Poland
People sit along a street as they listen to a jazz concert as part of a series of performances held in...
People sit along a street as they listen to a jazz concert as part of a series of performances held in the Old City of Warsaw July 16, 2011. Picture taken July 16, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SOCIETY)
SOUTHCAROLINA-SPOLETO/
RTR2MZWY
May 28, 2011
People attend the opening of Spoleto Festival USA, an annual 17-day comprehensive music, theater and...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
People attend the opening of Spoleto Festival USA during street ceremonies in front of City Hall in Charleston...
People attend the opening of Spoleto Festival USA, an annual 17-day comprehensive music, theater and dance festival in historic Charleston, South Carolina, during street ceremonies in front of City Hall, May 27, 2011. The festival, an annual burst of opera, chamber music, jazz, theater and dance, opened on Friday, even though state funding was axed for the second year. REUTERS/Harriet McLeod (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
SOUTHCAROLINA-SPOLETO/
RTR2MZWX
May 28, 2011
Dancers from Spain's Corella Ballet perform at the opening of Spoleto Festival USA, an annual 17-day...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Dancers from Spain's Corella Ballet perform at the opening of Spoleto Festival USA during street ceremonies...
Dancers from Spain's Corella Ballet perform at the opening of Spoleto Festival USA, an annual 17-day comprehensive music, theater and dance festival in historic Charleston, South Carolina, during street ceremonies in front of City Hall, May 27, 2011. The festival, an annual burst of opera, chamber music, jazz, theater and dance, opened on Friday, even though state funding was axed for the second year. REUTERS/Harriet McLeod (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
SOUTHCAROLINA-SPOLETO/
RTR2MZWV
May 28, 2011
Dancers from Spain's Corella Ballet perform at the opening of Spoleto Festival USA, an annual 17-day...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Dancers from Spain's Corella Ballet perform at the opening of Spoleto Festival USA during street ceremonies...
Dancers from Spain's Corella Ballet perform at the opening of Spoleto Festival USA, an annual 17-day comprehensive music, theater and dance festival in historic Charleston, South Carolina, during street ceremonies in front of City Hall, May 27, 2011. The festival, an annual burst of opera, chamber music, jazz, theater and dance, opened on Friday, even though state funding was axed for the second year. REUTERS/Harriet McLeod (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2K1U9
March 18, 2011
A woman donates money as members of a jazz band perform during a street concert to raise money for victims...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman donates money as members of a jazz band perform to raise money for victims of last week's earthquake...
A woman donates money as members of a jazz band perform during a street concert to raise money for victims of last week's earthquake and tsunami in the northeastern Japan, in Tokyo, March 18, 2011. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2K1U4
March 18, 2011
A pedestrian donates money as members of a jazz band perform during a street concert to raise money for...
Tokyo, Japan
A pedestrian donates money as members of a jazz band perform during a street concert to raise money for...
A pedestrian donates money as members of a jazz band perform during a street concert to raise money for victims of last week's earthquake and tsunami in the northeastern Japan, in Tokyo, March 18, 2011. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE
RTXXKIZ
February 07, 2011
The shadow of a street musician is cast against the wall of an underpass in Paris, February 6, 2011....
Paris, France
A street musician performs under a bridge in Paris
The shadow of a street musician is cast against the wall of an underpass in Paris, February 6, 2011. Picture taken February 6, 2011. REUTERS/ Finbarr O'Reilly (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TURKEY/
RTR25AMN
July 03, 2009
Grand Marshal Percy Lee Ellis of the New Wave Brass Band of New Orleans performs during a street concert,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Grand Marshal Ellis of New Wave Brass Band of New Orleans performs during street concert in downtown...
Grand Marshal Percy Lee Ellis of the New Wave Brass Band of New Orleans performs during a street concert, as part of the 16th Istanbul International Jazz Festival, in downtown Istanbul July 3, 2009. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR25ALY
July 03, 2009
Trumpet Eric Jonathan Gordon Jr. of the New Wave Brass Band of New Orleans performs during a street concert,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Trumpet Jonathan Gordon Jr. of the New Wave Brass Band of New Orleans performs during a street concert...
Trumpet Eric Jonathan Gordon Jr. of the New Wave Brass Band of New Orleans performs during a street concert, as part of the 16th Istanbul International Jazz Festival, in downtown Istanbul July 3, 2009. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR25ALI
July 03, 2009
Members of the New Orleans New Wave Brass Band perform during a street concert, as part of the 16th Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Members of the New Orleans New Wave Brass Band perform during a street concert in downtown Istanbul
Members of the New Orleans New Wave Brass Band perform during a street concert, as part of the 16th Istanbul International Jazz Festival, in downtown Istanbul July 3, 2009. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-TANGO/
RTR1WHLR
January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform surrounded by tourists in a street in Buenos Aires, January 28, 2008. Tango is...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Tango dancers perform surrounded by tourists in a street in Buenos Aires, January 28, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO/
ARGENTINA-TANGO/
RTR1WHLQ
January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform surrounded by tourists in a street in Buenos Aires, January 28, 2008. Tango is...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Tango dancers perform surrounded by tourists in a street in Buenos Aires, January 28, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO/
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH8O
August 18, 2006
Street vendor James Carrington makes his way along Lennox Avenue in the Harlem neighborhood of New York...
New York, USA
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Street vendor James Carrington makes his way along Lennox Avenue in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH8M
August 18, 2006
Pedestrians congregate in front of Starbucks on Lennox Avenue and 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood...
New York, USA
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Pedestrians congregate in front of Starbucks on Lennox Avenue and 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH8G
August 18, 2006
Pedestrians make their way along 125th Street near the Apollo Theater in the Harlem neighborhood of New...
New York, USA
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Pedestrians make their way along 125th Street near the Apollo Theater in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH8F
August 18, 2006
Pedestrians make their way along 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006....
New York, USA
To match feature LIFE HARLEM
Pedestrians make their way along 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006.
Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH8B
August 18, 2006
Street vendors work in front of the Old Navy store in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006....
New York, USA
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Street vendors work in front of the Old Navy store in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH83
August 18, 2006
A woman makes her way along a street of brownstones in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9,...
New York, USA
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A woman makes her way along a street of brownstones in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH7N
August 18, 2006
Pedestrians make their way along 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 8, 2006....
New York, USA
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Pedestrians make their way along 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 8, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 8, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH7J
August 18, 2006
A construction worker refurbishes the facade of a brownstone on 129th Street in the Harlem neighborhood...
New York, USA
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A construction worker refurbishes the facade of a brownstone on 129th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 8, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 8, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH7G
August 18, 2006
A man walks by a condominium that is being built on Lennox Avenue and 129th Street in the Harlem neighborhood...
New York, USA
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A man walks by a condominium that is being built on Lennox Avenue and 129th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 8, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 8, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH7D
August 18, 2006
Barber Antoine Ashe looks out over a condominium construction site across the street from his shop in...
New York, USA
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Barber Antoine Ashe looks out over a condominium construction site across the street from his shop in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 8, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 8, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH77
August 18, 2006
A construction worker looks out over Madison Avenue and 129th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New...
New York, USA
To match feature LIFE HARLEM
A construction worker looks out over Madison Avenue and 129th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 8, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 8, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH71
August 18, 2006
Pedestrians walk from the 125th Street and Lennox Avenue subway stop in the Harlem neighborhood of New...
New York, USA
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Pedestrians walk from the 125th Street and Lennox Avenue subway stop in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 8, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 8, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH6I
August 18, 2006
Pedestrians make their way past retail space for sale along 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of...
New York, USA
To match feature LIFE HARLEM
Pedestrians make their way past retail space for sale along 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
LIFE HARLEM
RTR1GH6H
August 18, 2006
Men play chess on the corner of Lennox Avenue and 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York...
New York, USA
To match feature LIFE HARLEM
Men play chess on the corner of Lennox Avenue and 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York August 9, 2006. Many Harlem residents say that soaring property values may price poorer and mainly black people out of the neighborhood and deprive Harlem of its heritage, going back to Harlem's great jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Picture taken August 9, 2006. To match feature LIFE HARLEM REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
WEATHER HURRICANES MUSICIANS
RTR1G5SQ
August 07, 2006
Young musicians await the start of the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006....
New Orleans, USA
Young musicians await start of Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans
Young musicians await the start of the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006. Trumpets wailed and tubas boomed as New Orleanians danced in the streets on Sunday, on a weekend celebrating jazz great Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong's birthday and praying for the return of musicians displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES)
WEATHER HURRICANES MUSICIANS
RTR1G5SN
August 07, 2006
A parader marches during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006. Trumpets wailed...
New Orleans, USA
Parader marches during Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans
A parader marches during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006. Trumpets wailed and tubas boomed as New Orleanians danced in the streets on Sunday, on a weekend celebrating jazz great Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong's birthday and praying for the return of musicians displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES)
WEATHER HURRICANES MUSICIANS
RTR1G5SL
August 07, 2006
Paraders from the Dumaine Street Gang march during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans...
New Orleans, USA
Paraders from Dumaine Street Gang march during Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans
Paraders from the Dumaine Street Gang march during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006. Trumpets wailed and tubas boomed as New Orleanians danced in the streets on Sunday, on a weekend celebrating jazz great Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong's birthday and praying for the return of musicians displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES)
WEATHER HURRICANES MUSICIANS
RTR1G5SI
August 07, 2006
Paraders march during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006. Trumpets wailed...
New Orleans, USA
Paraders march during Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans
Paraders march during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006. Trumpets wailed and tubas boomed as New Orleanians danced in the streets on Sunday, on a weekend celebrating jazz great Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong's birthday and praying for the return of musicians displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES)
WEATHER HURRICANES MUSICIANS
RTR1G5SH
August 07, 2006
A young musician plays trombone during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006....
New Orleans, USA
Young musician plays trombone during Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans
A young musician plays trombone during the Satchmo Summerfest Second Line in New Orleans August 6, 2006.
Trumpets wailed and tubas boomed as New Orleanians danced in the streets on Sunday, on a weekend celebrating jazz great Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong's birthday and praying for the return of musicians displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE JAZZ
RTR1CVDR
April 28, 2006
Leo Nocentelli of the band The Meters walks down a French Quarter street at a parade for the reopening...
New Orleans, USA
Nocentelli of The Meters walks down French Quarter street at parade for reopening of Preservation Hall...
Leo Nocentelli of the band The Meters walks down a French Quarter street at a parade for the reopening of Preservation Hall in New Orleans April 27, 2006. The historic jazz hall has been closed for over nine months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the New Orleans Metro area. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
HURRICANE JAZZ
RTR1CVDP
April 28, 2006
Members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band perform at a French Quarter street during a parade for the...
New Orleans, USA
Members of Preservation Hall Jazz Band perform at French Quarter street in New Orleans
Members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band perform at a French Quarter street during a parade for the reopening of the Preservation Hall in New Orleans April 27, 2006. The historic jazz hall had been closed for over nine months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the New Orleans Metro area. REUTERS/Sean Gardner Also see image: GM1DTBPAAPAA
HURRICANE JAZZ
RTR1CVDC
April 28, 2006
Jazz trombone player Lucien Barbarin performs with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band at a parade down a...
New Orleans, USA
Jazz trombone player Barbarin performs with Preservation Hall Jazz Band at parade in New Orleans
Jazz trombone player Lucien Barbarin performs with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band at a parade down a French Quarter street during the reopening of Preservation Hall in New Orleans April 27, 2006. The historic jazz hall has been closed for over nine months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the New Orleans Metro area. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
HURRICANE JAZZ
RTR1FLLJ
April 27, 2006
Members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band perform at a French Quarter street during a parade for the...
New Orleans, USA
Members of Preservation Hall Jazz Band perform at French Quarter street in New Orleans
Members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band perform at a French Quarter street during a parade for the reopening of the Preservation Hall in New Orleans April 27, 2006. The historic jazz hall had been closed for over nine months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the New Orleans Metro area. REUTERS/Sean Gardner BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
HURRICANES MARDI GRAS
RTR16PJH
February 27, 2006
Members of Third Line Productions Traditional New Orleans Jazz Bands dance down Bourbon Street in New...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Members of jazz bands dance down Bourbon Street in New Orleans
Members of Third Line Productions Traditional New Orleans Jazz Bands dance down Bourbon Street in New Orleans' French Quarter on Lundi Gras Day February 27, 2006. Lundi Gras celebrates the day before Mardi Gras Day. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
HURRICANES MARDIGRAS
RTR163QU
February 12, 2006
A jazz musician plays the trumpet while traveling down a French Quarter street during the Krewe du Vieux...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A jazz musician plays the trumpet while traveling down a French Quarter street during the Krewe du Vieux...
A jazz musician plays the trumpet while traveling down a French Quarter street during the Krewe du Vieux parade in New Orleans February 11, 2006. New Orleans' Mardi Gras season came to life on Saturday as thousands of revelers lined the streets for a parade that eased the pain of Hurricane Katrina with a dose of satirical humor and debauchery. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
HURRICANES MARDIGRAS
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February 12, 2006
Jazz bands entertain the crowd in the French Quarter as they marched with the Krewe du Vieux parade in...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Jazz bands entertain crowd in the French Quarter as they marched with the Krewe du Vieux parade in New...
Jazz bands entertain the crowd in the French Quarter as they marched with the Krewe du Vieux parade in New Orleans February 11, 2006. New Orleans' Mardi Gras season came to life on Saturday as thousands of revelers lined the streets for a parade that eased the pain of Hurricane Katrina with a dose of satirical humor and debauchery. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
KATRINA REFUGEES
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September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA REFUGEES
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September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA REFUGEES
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September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA
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September 04, 2005
A couple rests at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, with inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A couple rests at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
A couple rests at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, with inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK/JJ
KATRINA REFUGEES
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September 04, 2005
A family settles in at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, with...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A family settles in at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
A family settles in at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, with inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA REFUGEES
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September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA REFUGEES
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September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA REFUGEES
RTRMKVH
September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA REFUGEES
RTRMKVA
September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
KATRINA REFUGEES
RTRMKUV
September 04, 2005
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
An overall view of the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005, shows inflatable beds for the evacuees from New Orleans, who have escaped the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans began the gruesome task of collecting its thousands of dead on Sunday as the Bush administration tried to save face after its botched rescue plans left the city at the mercy of Hurricane Katrina. Except for rescue workers and scattered groups of people, streets in the once-vibrant capital of jazz and good times were all but abandoned after a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of refugees into neighboring Texas and other states. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/HK
WEATHER KATRINA
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August 29, 2005
A family watches as their neighbors comb the rubble for possessions and their pets in Biloxi, Mississippi...
Biloxi, UNITED STATES
A family watches as their neighbors comb the rubble for possessions and their pets in Biloxi, ...
A family watches as their neighbors comb the rubble for possessions and their pets in Biloxi, Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina hit. A family watches as their neighbors comb the rubble that was once their homes for possessions and their pets on St Charles Street in Biloxi, Mississippi August 29, 2005 after being hit by Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina ripped into the U.S. Gulf Coast on Monday, stranding people on rooftops as it pummeled the historic jazz city New Orleans with 100 mph (160 kph) winds and swamped Mississippi resort towns and lowlands with a crushing surge of seawater. REUTERS/Mark Wallheiser
WEATHER KATRINA
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August 29, 2005
People walk amidst the remains of the St Charles Condominiums and Sadler Apartments in Biloxi, Mississippi,...
Biloxi, UNITED STATES
People walk amidst the remains of the St Charles Condominiums and Sadler Apartments in Biloxi, Mississippi....
People walk amidst the remains of the St Charles Condominiums and Sadler Apartments in Biloxi, Mississippi, August 29, 2005, which were pushed up between the private homes on St Charles Street by the storm surge from Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina ripped into the U.S. Gulf Coast on Monday, stranding people on rooftops as it pummeled the historic jazz city New Orleans with 100 mph (160 kph) winds and swamped Mississippi resort towns and lowlands with a crushing surge of seawater. REUTERS/Mark Wallheiser MW/CN
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