There’s a few teams in the NBA such as the Houston Rockets, Washington Wizards, and Orlando Magic who participate in having alternate ‘Pride’ uniforms. The Denver Nuggets are also part of that group that has ‘Pride’ Unis, but it’s not the uniforms that caught people’s attention, it was the name of the uniforms that was […]
WASHINGTON ? Republican candidate and former Ku Klux Klan wizard David Duke will have a spot on the stage in next month’s Louisiana Senate debate. Duke, who is among a large field of competitors vying to replace retiring Sen. David Vitter (R), had been out of politics since 1999 when he jumped into the Senate race over the summer. Show More Summary
Harry Potter is a story of bravery, friendship, magic, and adventure. But above all else, the series is a story about the power of love. It's a theme that runs deep in each book, and the importance and strength of the sentiment is a lesson Albus Dumbledore more than anyone else emphasizes countless times. Show More Summary
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The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History owns a pair of Dorothy's shoes, but they have lost their luster and begun to deteriorate. The post A Love Note to Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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The close race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has stymied everyone with a rational brain. How could a human cheese doodle with anger issues possibly be this close to the presidency? Dark magic. Many people are saying Trump's similarities to He Who Must Not Be Named are deeper than we could have ever imagined. Show More Summary
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has launched a Kickstarter to help preserve and restore one its most treasured and visited artifacts: Dorothy’s ruby slippers as worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz. Designed only… Read The post Help Save Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers on Kickstarter – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
The National Museum of American History says it will cost $300,000 to protect the aging shoes in The Wizard of Oz. A Kickstarter campaign launched three days ago has already raised nearly $200,000.
The money will help help slow the slippers' deterioration
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The amazing Harry Potter Alliance (previously) -- who harness fandom for social good -- are raising funds for their Wizard Rock the Vote campaign, to get new voters into the polling booth this election. (more…)
The institution hopes to raise the money in a Kickstarter campaign to repair the “Wizard of Oz” shoes and display them in a temperature-controlled case.
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Dorothy's ruby slippers aren't in Kansas anymore. The Smithsonian Institute, their current owner, is asking for crowdfunding help to preserve them.
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“This campaign would keep the shoes’ color from deteriorating, and the money will go toward a technologically advanced display case to preserve them for future generations. Even though the Smithsonian’s museums are federally funded, the institution still solicits private and corporate contributions for major projects if it isn’t covered by their budget. In fact, this […]
If only saving Dorothy's ruby red slippers were as easy as following a yellow brick road. The Smithsonian National Museum of American History in D.C. is actively appealing to fans of "The Wizard of Oz" to donate to the preservation of Dorothy's famous shoes. Show More Summary
The Smithsonian is off to see the wizards, the wonderful of wizards of Kickstarter. The ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland as Dorothy in the 1939 The Wizard of Oz are starting to look like they’ve endured one tornado too many — the slippers...Show More Summary