A film based on an inspiring real-life story about love and unity in a school torn by racism and hate in the 1970s. In 1973, a spiritual awakening captured the heart of nearly every player of the Woodlawn High School football team, including its coach Tandy Gerelds. Auburn pillow out of the Auburn colors and I am thankful I got to give it to him that day.. This movie has opened my heart in such a way to show Love and not anger of the things i’ve seen in my life that i want to and will change We need God back in our Schools ,Government ,and in our hearts this Movie is the Way to Bring life and love And mainly God i will do my part to help bring life back in to our Country . Went to see this again last night and it was even more powerful the 2nd time we watched it.
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Woodlawn seniors up in arms about planned closureA of only supermarket in isolated Bronx neighborhood A Community leaders trying to work out solution BY Daniel Beekman NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday, February 26, 2012, 6:00 AM A A A facebook Tweet email Nicholas Fevelo for New York Dai From left, John McGrath and Shawn Nealis speak about the residents, many of the them elderly that are upset that the only grocery in the neighborhood is closing. The operator of Woodlawn Heights Grocery Store announced this month he plans to shutter the business March 29 due to the high rent and taxes he pays on Katonah Ave. Woodlawn is an isolated community hemmed in by Woodlawn Cemetery, the Bronx River Parkway and Van Cortlandt Park. The only other nearby supermarkets are located across the parkway in Wakefield and more than a mile away in Yonkers - too far for local seniors to reach by foot, said John McGrath, Woodlawn Taxpayers Association board member.
The Bx34 bus that connects Woodlawn to Norwood, Bedford Park and Fordham no longer runs on weekends, said neighbor Catherine Diab.
The landlord of the 5,000-square-foot Woodlawn store claims he is negotiating with a replacement tenant. DeCicco pays more than $20,000 a month on rent, real estate taxes and insurance, he noted, adding that Woodlawn shoppers are spending less to cope with layoffs and other challenges. The new Woodlawn Heights Merchants Association, formed just last December, is also working on the issue, said vice president Shawn Nealis. Daily News Pix Bronx From Yankee Stadium to the Bronx Botanical Garden, the Daily News has decades of classic photos of the Bronx.
The sprawling 19th-century cemeteries whose monuments and mausoleums dot the United States are often short on hands to preserve their heritage. A cemetery is a different environment from previous WMF programs, being a place of memorials with a major diversity of materials in its structures. This summer, the focus is on the Gracie plot. Archibald Gracie IV was notably a survivor of the Titanic, and his family constructed Grace Mansion, the home of the New York City mayor.
Especially valuable is that, unlike many internship programs, this one leads directly to jobs, with those who complete it eligible to be apprentices with the International Masonry Institute.
For Woodlawn, which also involves students from Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania in preservation programs, it also is vital to maintaining their incredible collection of architectural and artistic history, which includes work by McKim, Mead & White, Daniel Chester French, and John Russell Pope. Hyperallergic welcomes comments and a lively discussion, but comments are moderated after being posted. Hyperallergic is a forum for serious, playful and radical thinking about art in the world today.
Their dedication to love and unity in a school filled with racism and hate leads to the largest high school football game ever played in the torn city of Birmingham, Alabama, and the rise of its first African American superstar, Tony Nathan. Thomas Howell, Caleb Castille, Cody Hamilton, David Kloehr, Jet Jurgensmeyer, Jon Voight, Joy Brunson, Kevin Sizemore, Lance E. Mick had some good luck picking a trifecter in one of the races and Raylene picked a surprise winner in DIngaling in the last race. But neighbors fear the new store will prove to be an oversized deli, rather than a full-size supermarket. The DeCicco family has run the small business, a C-Town Supermarkets franchise, for more than 30 years, he said. The group is also looking for tenants to fill a handful of empty storefronts along Katonah Ave. This summer, a two-year pilot program launched at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx to help care for its monuments and facilitate the training of young preservationists. Sanchis arranged the program, which recruited underserved students from high schools that concentrate on preservation trades, including Bronx International High School and the Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design.
Over the years the plot suffered neglect, with toppled and damaged headstones in need of stabilization and attention.
Retraced our route back to Moll's Gap but had a good run as there were no cyclists or buses to contend with.
We were treated to the boys' musical talents -- the 15-year old plays banjo (extraordinarily well with a repertoire of 200 songs in his head), the 9-year old the tin whistle and accordion.
He, state Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and City Councilman Oliver Koppell hope to help the operator and landlord come to an agreement. The partnership between the World Monuments Fund (WMF) and Woodlawn Conservancy, in collaboration with the International Masonry Institute and Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow, takes the form of an internship program with stone conservation training in the cemetery and jobs at its conclusion.
Sanchis has initiated similar programs in the past, such as a restoration program at Taos Pueblo in New Mexico, where ten young members of the Taos tribe were trained to rebuild a collapsed adobe structure. This is the case with many historic plots, where families often move on or die out, leaving a short-staffed cemetery to raise funds to keep things from falling apart.
It really is a lovely drive and there were clear reflections in the lakes that were not there on Saturday. Their dad is a huge supporter of traditional Irish music and the sons seem to be following in his footsteps.
After they finished, a band started at the other side of the room, who were pretty good, except the drummer kept trying to show off too much, with mega fills and that kind of thing, which kept compromising the timing of the entire band, which was a shame. After the last race the cheery Irish crowd stayed on and danced to terrible covers of 70's music as we looked on admiring this nation's love of having fun. Hands-on work by the interns at the plot, supervised by Woodlawn’s Resident Craftsman Robert Cappiello, is combined with classroom sessions, visits to stone quarries, and work on other monuments in the cemetery.
It is a good road through a wide glacial valley with a near perfect cirque at the top of it.
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