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Everyone who worked on this project - especially Ed Lewis, Dan Kott, Thu Pham and Victoria Cross - felt that we should do something to commemorate the disaster, especially since a lot of the artifacts from the Powerhouse One museum were in a traveling exhibit,'' he said.
The company, founded by Julie Wartell, was created to offer new parents original, customized, collectible items to commemorate baby's birth and life, as well as to be passed down to future generations as cherished heirlooms.
We were the first city to commemorate his day, and that's what makes us unique.
NYSE:PMI), will ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange today to commemorate PMI's tenth anniversary as a publicly traded company.
The scene was repeated in cities across Southern California and in Mexico to commemorate the beginning of Mexico's independence from Spain 192 years ago today.
To commemorate the "falling back" of time, Hilton Garden Inn today announced the Take Back the Hour At HGI(TM) special promotion that extends a late check-out time of 2 p.
The ``Walk on the Moon'' tribute anniversary game will commemorate the July 20, 1969, landing of the lunar module Eagle by astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin ``Buzz'' Aldrin Jr.
LOS ANGELES -- When Los Angeles celebrates Black History Month in February, Angelenos will commemorate the history and culture of African Americans with a packed calendar of exhibits, festivals and special events.
The purpose of public holidays is not to commemorate cultures.
The policy was adopted because lowering the American flag to commemorate the genocide last year deeply divided the community and sparked an aborted recall against then-Mayor Gus Gomez.
MINNEAPOLIS -- It's free and no boarding pass is required to commemorate the opening of the new, fourth runway at the Minneapolis-St.
Thomas Kinkade was selected by Disney as one of the artists to commemorate Disneyland's 50th Anniversary.