In March 1935, the sky went dark over Washington, DC as a dust storm from the midwest blanketed the city. As this offshoot of the Dust Bowl moved over the nation’s capitol, Hugh Bennett, head of the Soil Erosion Service in the Department of Agriculture, was testifying before Congress about the urgent need for money and programs to combat the Dust Bowl. As he spoke, the air became heavy with grit. People swarmed out of government buildings and onto the Mall to watch the sky. The black blizzard brought home the need for action. One month later Congress voted permanent funding for an independent Soil Conservation Service.
Learn more at Histories of the National Mall.
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Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
The Walking Dead returns this Sunday, 9|8c on AMC. Who’s ready?
Great video that Facebook made about HONY for their 10th Anniversary.
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MusicBox is resurrecting our tumblr and we are looking for people to do guest posts. Your posts can be anything music related. Show reviews, album reviews, photos from shows, recommendations of bands we should check out, etc. You can email your submissions and any photos you want included with your post to Cindy@musicboxrocks.com. Selected posts will also be posted on the MusicBox website and could lead to writer and/or photographer positions with our company.