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Notes to self:
Take Pictures of:
  1. National Inventor's Hall of Fame
  2. Summit Racing
  3. Exterior, Quicken Loans Arena, Jacobs Field, Wolstein Center
  4. Soda gun
  5. Xbox 360 Controller (Image:Xbox360-controller.jpg)
  6. Akron Post Office and Federal Building
  7. Akron-Fulton International Airport Administration Building (Akron, Ohio)
  8. Akron YMCA Building
  9. Akron Rural Cemetery Buildings
  10. Akron Jewish Center
  11. Akron Art Museum
  12. Canton, Ohio
  13. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company HQ to put in Akron, Ohio article
  14. Cleveland Clinic
  15. Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport
  16. Dawg Pound
  17. Glenn Research Center
  18. Cleveland Institute of Art
  19. Cuyahoga Community College
  20. I-X Center
  21. Ohio Theater (Cleveland)
  22. Palace Theater, Cleveland
  23. State Theater (Cleveland)
  24. Wadsworth, Ohio
  25. Notre Dame College
  26. ([1])
  27. Ohio - Springfield: Harry A. Toulmin Sr. Memorial Sculpture in Springfield, Ohio's Fountain Square for use in Harry Aubrey Toulmin, Sr.
  28. A couple of clear photos of the very beginning of a play in American football with all the players lined up and set. I'd like to see an I-formation or singleback formation, and also a shotgun formation to contrast. Preferably standard-ish formations with a tight end and at least one running back. These photos would be useful in the American football article, as well as tight end, wide receiver, etc., where we can point out where the tight end lines up, for example, or which guy is the fullback.
  29. Sidney Edgerton's gravestone in Tallmadge Cemetary
  30. Wikipedia:Requested pictures
Find Citations for:
  1. Churches per Capita
    1. Guiness World Record?
    2. Trivial Pursuit Game
Create Articles for:
  1. Summit Racing
  2. Wingfoot Lake Airship Base ([2])
  1. Germany national football team on [3]
  2. [4]
  3. Infobox Baseball Stadium conversions [5]
  1. Bottle Bill Legislation information from here to add to Container deposit legislation.
  2. Wave:
    1. Speed 40f/s
    2. Width 15 seats
    3. It takes 30 fans to set wave in motion.
    4. Hungarian scientist Tamas Vicsek
    5. Study, 2002
    6. Watched Mexican soccer matches
    7. [6]
  3. [7]
  4. [8]
  5. [9] to Goodyear Airdock}}
  1. Lotteries in the United States; create new pages for different state lotteries; start WikiProject?
  1. Convert to table: Order of New Zealand
  1. Who is User:Altosax456?
  2. Francis D. Alling House (Tallmadge, Ohio)
  3. Tallmadge Town Square Historic District, List of Registered Historic Places in Summit County, Ohio (Recent Listings)
  4. Three Gorges Dam: [10], [11]
  5. 2008 NFL Draft cleanup
  6. Create a category system for citation templates to update access dates.
  7. David Bacon (missionary); [12]; Tallmadge, Ohio; extracted from Leonard Bacon and Delia Bacon [13]
  8. Sharon Reed
  1. Schoolhouse Rock!
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March 9 edit-a-thon at MOCA in downtown LAEdit

LA Meetup: March 9 edit-a-thon at MOCA

Dear fellow Wikipedian,

You have been invited to a meetup and edit-a-thon at the Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, March 9, 2014 from 11 am to 6 pm! This event is in collaboration with MOCA and the arts collective East of Borneo and aims to improve coverage of LA art since the 1980s. (Even if contemporary art isn't your thing, you're welcome to join too!) Please RSVP here if you're interested.

I hope to see you there! User:Calliopejen1 (talk)

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Art + Feminism 2019Edit

Art+Feminism 2019 Los Angeles Events!

Dear fellow Wikipedian,

You are invited to join Art+Feminism's annual worldwide Wikipedia edit-a-thon and help close Wikipedia's gender gap at one of these Los Angeles–area museums this March! RSVP/Details here.

  • Sunday, March 3: The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (DTLA), Noon–5p. Focus: Women+Comedy.
  • Saturday, March 9: Vincent Price Art Museum at East Los Angeles College (Monterey Park), Noon–4p. Focus: Latinx+Non-Binary Artists.
  • Sunday, March 10: Hammer Museum (Westwood), Noon–5p. Focus: Women+Film+Media
  • Sunday, March 17: LACMA (Miracle Mile), Noon–5p. Focus: Women+Design+Craft
  • Sunday, March 31: California African American Museum (Exposition Park/USC), 1–4p. Focus: Women of CAAM.

These Los Angeles events are co-hosted by online magazine East of Borneo and include step-by-step Wikipedia instruction for beginners. Bring your laptop or tablet computer and any reference materials you'd like to work from or share. People of all gender expressions and identities are encouraged to attend.

I hope to see you there! StaceyEOB (talk) - MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 04:06, 3 March 2019 (UTC)

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