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Daniel McCarthy - [Ramos and a dozen other campers spent the morning Aug. 27 harvesting pine cones with the help of employees of the U.S. Forest Service. Following them on their journey to the past was a documentary film crew from KVCR, a PBS station in San Bernardino. Daniel McCarthy, archaeologist with the U.S. Forest Service, was one of the invited guests who got to experience the harvest.] There were an awful lot of people who had never participated in that kind of cultural event before, ... It was rewarding to go along and share with that.

[Ramos and a dozen other campers spent the morning Aug. 27 harvesting pine cones with the help of employees of the U.S. Forest Service. Following them on their journey to the past was a documentary film crew from KVCR, a PBS station in San Bernardino. Daniel McCarthy, archaeologist with the U.S. Forest Service, was one of the invited guests who got to experience the harvest.] There were an awful lot of people who had never participated in that kind of cultural event before, ... It was rewarding to go along and share with that.

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Jon Nelson  - [Another example is a concert that juxtaposes entire universes of trumpet concepts. An Aug. 24 billing will showcase Jeremy Pelt, a gifted 28-year-old with a classic ballad style, and an ensemble led by Graham Ashton, a middle-aged Briton whose group boasts several leading symphonic brass players.] We try to pair up things you would not likely see on the same program, ... We want to take categorization out of the whole presentation. If you want to have any kind of future at all, this is how you do it.

[Another example is a concert that juxtaposes entire universes of trumpet concepts. An Aug. 24 billing will showcase Jeremy Pelt, a gifted 28-year-old with a classic ballad style, and an ensemble led by Graham Ashton, a middle-aged Briton whose group boasts several leading symphonic brass players.] We try to pair up things you would not likely see on the same program, ... We want to take categorization out of the whole presentation. If you want to have any kind of future at all, this is how you do it.

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Katherine Greene  - [BATON ROUGE, La., Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- With significant disruption to wireless service in the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina, specifically in New Orleans and surrounding areas and along the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Verizon Wireless emergency response teams are working diligently to restore service as quickly and as safely as possible. Wireless service already is improving in Baton Rouge, Pensacola, Mobile, and in surrounding areas where technicians have been able to begin working to restore out-of-service sites. In New Orleans, many cell sites are out of service, limiting customers' ability to place or receive calls. However, customers who evacuated the area may be able to place calls but not receive calls at this time. Mobile-to- mobile calling may also be available to some customers. Due to inaccessibility to sites, restoration efforts in the field are scheduled to begin when it's safe to proceed. Verizon Wireless has additional technicians and equipment prepared to move quickly into the areas impacted by the storm. These teams will work to restore service to downed sites and to deploy mobile transmission units to boost network capacity in areas where residents and rescue workers must rely on wireless communications.] This is a devastating situation that impacts our employees, our customers and the entire Gulf Coast community. Our thoughts go out to those who are in crisis, ... Our goal is restore wireless service to affected areas as quickly as possible. We are dedicated to our employees, our customers and our community.

[BATON ROUGE, La., Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- With significant disruption to wireless service in the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina, specifically in New Orleans and surrounding areas and along the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Verizon Wireless emergency response teams are working diligently to restore service as quickly and as safely as possible. Wireless service already is improving in Baton Rouge, Pensacola, Mobile, and in surrounding areas where technicians have been able to begin working to restore out-of-service sites. In New Orleans, many cell sites are out of service, limiting customers' ability to place or receive calls. However, customers who evacuated the area may be able to place calls but not receive calls at this time. Mobile-to- mobile calling may also be available to some customers. Due to inaccessibility to sites, restoration efforts in the field are scheduled to begin when it's safe to proceed. Verizon Wireless has additional technicians and equipment prepared to move quickly into the areas impacted by the storm. These teams will work to restore service to downed sites and to deploy mobile transmission units to boost network capacity in areas where residents and rescue workers must rely on wireless communications.] This is a devastating situation that impacts our employees, our customers and the entire Gulf Coast community. Our thoughts go out to those who are in crisis, ... Our goal is restore wireless service to affected areas as quickly as possible. We are dedicated to our employees, our customers and our community.

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