Now in its 91st Year, Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade is Oldest in the Country

If you learn it from the Mayor himself (Micheal Nutter), it must be true.

Now in its 91st Year, Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade claims the title of oldest one in the country.


Allison Stadd shares Program for 2010 Parade (Uwishunu, November 22) 

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Put on your Bread Shoes, A Praspaliauskas Production

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I started down the Baked Goods as Art road courtesy of Grand Designs on Food (Phaidon Agenda, November 24), made a stop at Dezeen Design Maagazine which led me to the home of DADADA Studio from Vilnius (Lithuania). As part of their Christmas Sale, they offer the unwearable Bread Shoes by fellow Lithuanians, twin brothers R and E Praspaliauskas. The brothers share on their very own Mother Eleganza another (not for sale) creation, Post Punk...
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