This photo is from the American Folk Blues Festival that toured through Europe in 1964 and influenced many musicians from the UK including The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton. From left to right in the photo: Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon, Sleepy John Estes, Sonny Boy Williamson, Sunnyland Slim, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Hubert Sumlin…all legendary Blues men! The only woman in the group, 3rd from the right, and the youngest, is Sugar Pie DeSanto.
Rock Me Baby - Sugar Pie Desanto Bass: Willie Dixon
Guitar: Hubert Sumlin
Drums: Cifton James
Piano: Sunnyland Slim
Bones - 12x09 - The Steel in the Wheels - Press Release
BONES Air Date: Tuesday, March 07, 2017 Time Slot: 9:01 PM-10:00 PM EST on FOX Episode Title: (BON-1209) “The Final Chapter: The Steel in the Wheels”
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TUESDAY, MARCH 7
[EDITOR’S NOTE: Audio descriptions for tonight’s episodes of NEW GIRL, THE MICK and BONES are available on the SAP Audio Channel.]
–“BONES” - (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) CC-AD-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1 -
THE TEAM GOES UNDERCOVER ON AN ALL-NEW “BONES” TUESDAY, MARCH 7, ON FOX
Fan-Favorite Guest Star Stephen Fry (“The Great Indoors”) Returns!
When a young man dies in a horrendous hay baler accident, Booth, Brennan and Aubrey slap on trashy disguises and go undercover at a rowdy demolition derby competition to investigate the case. Meanwhile, Dr. Gordon Wyatt (guest star Stephen Fry) returns and assists Hodgins and Cam when the ongoing Gormogon case hits a dead end in the all-new “The Final Chapter: The Steel in the Wheels” episode of BONES airing Tuesday, March 7 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (BON-1209) (TV-14 L, V)
Cast: Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance Brennan; David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth; TJ Thyne as Dr. Jack Hodgins; Michaela Conlin as Angela Montenegro; Tamara Taylor as Dr. Camille “Cam” Saroyan; John Boyd as FBI Special Agent James Aubrey
Guest Cast: Stephen Fry as Dr. Gordon Wyatt, Ignacio Serricchio as Rodolfo Fuentes, Christina Carlisi as Agnes Doyle, John Philbin as Ned Dixon, Erin Conner as Charlene Fisher, Joe Ochman as Barry McGee, Jaime Bergman as Dawn Skaggs, Ronnie Gene Blevins as Ray Kimball, Chris Ferraro as Carmageddon, Peter Joseph Ferraro as Mad Dog.
Scholars have been sparse in their study of women during the Vietnam War. Their writings on the service of women becomes even more scarce, and downright nonexistent, when other minority aspects, like race, are factored into the equation. This makes it all the more necessary to read those works available to the public (published books rather than dissertations or articles in scholarly journals), applaud what has received deserved attention, and ask questions where gaps exist. The following books examine the role of women who served in different capacities in Vietnam.
Beyond Combat: Women and Gender in the Vietnam War Era by Heather Marie Stur - (Cambridge University Press, 2011) It is not only the sharing of women’s experiences in Vietnam that must occur, but the study of their roles within the war from varied angles. Stur provides this insight by studying not only the jobs performed by women, but what was expected of them in terms of their gender.
Officer, Nurse, Woman: The Army Nurse Corps in the Vietnam War by Kara Dixon Vuic - (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010) The main focus of Vuic’s work is to examine the effects of the “cultural climate of the era” on the Army Nursing Corps. The Army, and individual soldiers, sought to exploit the ideas of traditional feminine gender roles, even as nurses meaningfully expanded their medical experiences. Vuic utilizes official records along with interviews conducted with nurses.
Women at War: The Story of Fifty Military Nurses Who Served in Vietnam by Elizabeth Norman - (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990) A result of her doctoral dissertation, Norman interviewed 50 military nurses in 1983-84 and from those interviews highlighted the common threads in their experiences. She also highlights common themes between female and male service members, and between experiences in Vietnam with earlier wars.
Eleanor and Adaline, both magnificently dressed up, said to everybody to the mansion. The foyer was wonderfully decorated with spring things - flowers of all sorts, petals, leaves, and more - while food was quite literally in every room. Everything from pastries to salami to escargot was out and open for the visitors.
"Appitzers are left out for everyone to join. The main course will be called in a couple hours with dessert to replace all these trays. Feel free to explore all the rooms and enjoy yourselves!”
- if you did not RVSP, you may still join
- tag any rps that you have for.this event with #tos gala event
This one-shot was made as a tribute for Chuck Dixon and John Romita Jr’s PUNISHER / BATMAN: DEADLY KNIGHTS. It was the best Punisher book I’ve read sitting behind Greg Rucka’s series and Jim Lee’s PWJ. This story was already in the back of my mind for a long time. I’m glad I finally had the time to put it into a six pages one shot in November 2014.
My Photoshop is still very amateurish, I know. I have much to learn :b
This one-shot got me the honour to be interviewed by CB Cebulski in Nov 2014, ITGCC. His comment was, “I love how you draw the action sequence, it’s really flowing. You Probably got that from the manga. Expression and gesture are all there. You’re not shy on drawing hands. But there is one minus point: Frank here looks too manga. Batman and Joker don’t look manga, but Frank? Too manga.”
I’m taking the advice very seriously, and I’m planning to improve my facial characteristic in my next study/practice. I hope you’re sticking around for the ride :)