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Roger Heroux April 15, 2006

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Roger Heroux speaks before the county Board of Supervisors about the 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness on October 17, 2006.

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Roger Heroux works the serving line at Casa Esperanza on December 1, 2003.

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Steven Neff addresses the court before sentencing Dec. 14, 2009

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Steven Neff leaves the courthouse after sentencing

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Steven Neff sentenced to 23 years in state prison on his 42nd birthday, Dec. 14, 2009

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Judge Rick Brown hands down a 23 year prison term to Steven Neff

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D.A. Ron Zonin

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George Murdoch inspecting and cleaning the outside chimney and spark arrestor.

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George Murdoch inspecting and cleaning a fireplace.

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Tommy and the High Pilots

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The author interviewing a guest on The Marketplace of Ideas.

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Yo-Yo Ma has been a favorite artist of UCSB's Arts & Lectures for nearly 30 years.

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Dr. Hall was a native of Ireland and immigrated to New York City with his family at age 12.

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Cheshire Cats, Mad Hatters, and White Rabbits featured at Go Ask Alice art show.

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Sunspots? Solar flares? Weird dots from too much time in the bright lights of the Bella Center? Nope, just your average psychedelic COP15 sign.

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Watching the detectives watching the protesters. They say more than 70% of Denmark's police force are currently on assignment here in Copenhagen. During Saturday's march the police presence was everywhere yet also oddly invisible. I caught 3 different undercover officers dressed as activists during the march.

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Signs of the times.

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The sign and the haircut says it all.

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There is a fine line between a well-behaved and an out-of-control protest when there are 100,000 people involved and fires burning in the streets.

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After a long day of protesting, even an incredibly crowded metro is a good place to sleep.

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And the march is on. Next stop the Bella Center.

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A better view of the masses outside the Parliament building on Saturday morning before the real show started.

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Just your every day, spooky candles under a tree scene on the side of the road during a march with 100,000 people.

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This young man is named Ben and he is from Santa Barbara. Traveling to Copenhagen solo for the conference, Ben has been in town for about a week, staying at a hostel and rolling with the activist crowd. "My plan was pretty much just to come here and then figure it out." he said simply.

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Saturday's "flood" in full effect.

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Riding the "flood" of people on his raft outside of the Parliament building this guy would wipe out and get right back up and do it again.

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