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Ny Sicilian Puppetry

Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a ...
Data da imagem: 20/09/2017
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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, ding a performance at the Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood in New York.

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, ding a performance at the Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood in New York.

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, ding a performance at the Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood in New York, Sept. 20, 2017. De Nonno and others have been working to revive the puppet tradition in Little Italy. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ny Sicilian Puppetry

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carries a marionette of a knight into Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood for a performance in New York.

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carries a marionette of a knight into Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood for a performance in New York.

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carries a marionette of a knight into Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood for a performance in New York, Sept. 20, 2017. De Nonno and others have been working to revive the puppet tradition in Little Italy. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ny Sicilian Puppetry

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carrying a marionette of a knight, walks through a street festival on Mulberry Street promoting a performance at the ...

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carrying a marionette of a knight, walks through a street festival on Mulberry Street promoting a performance at the Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood in New York.

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Marie Corleone gives an air kiss to a marionette carried by Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carrying a marionette of a knight, in the Little Italy area of New York, Sept. 20, 2017. De Nonno and others have been working to revive the puppet tradition in Little Italy. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carrying a marionette of a knight, walks through a street festival on Mulberry Street promoting a performance at the ...

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Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carrying a marionette of a knight, walks through a street festival on Mulberry Street promoting a performance at the Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood in New York.

Crédito: Sam Hodgson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Tony De Nonno, 70, an aficionado of a specific style of Sicilian puppet theater, carrying a marionette of a knight, walks through a street festival on Mulberry Street promoting a performance at the Shrine Church of the Most Precious Blood in New York, Sept. 20, 2017. De Nonno and others have been working to revive the puppet tradition in Little Italy. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Bkn Knicks Gm

Scott Perry, the new general manager ...
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Scott Perry, the new general manager of the New York Knicks, with his wife, Kimberly, and their daughter, Chelsea, in Manhattan.

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Scott Perry, the new general manager of the New York Knicks, with his wife, Kimberly, and their daughter, Chelsea, in Manhattan.

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Scott Perry, the new general manager of the New York Knicks, with his wife, Kimberly, and their daughter, Chelsea, in Manhattan, Sept. 19, 2017. Those who know Perry and his disciplined manner insist he is exactly what the Knicks Ñ the basketball equivalent of a Superfund site Ñ need. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

A cabinet still stands among the ...
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A cabinet still stands among the wreckage of a home destroyed by Hurricane Irma on Little Torch Key, Fla.

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A cabinet still stands among the wreckage of a home destroyed by Hurricane Irma on Little Torch Key, Fla.

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A cabinet still stands among the wreckage of a home destroyed by Hurricane Irma on Little Torch Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

A home destroyed by Hurricane Irma on ...
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A home destroyed by Hurricane Irma on Little Torch Key, Fla.

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A home destroyed by Hurricane Irma on Little Torch Key, Fla.

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A home destroyed by Hurricane Irma on Little Torch Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Fla Storm Rescuers

Manny Castaneda, a member of ...
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Manny Castaneda, a member of California Task Force 1, tried to cool off during a search after Hurricane Irma in Little Torch Key, Fla.

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Manny Castaneda, a member of California Task Force 1, tried to cool off during a search after Hurricane Irma in Little Torch Key, Fla.

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Manny Castaneda, a member of California Task Force 1, tried to cool off during a search after Hurricane Irma in Little Torch Key, Fla., Sept. 13, 2017. The Federal Emergency Management Agency activated 22 of its 28 urban search-and-rescue teams that it can send into crisis zones, including California Task Force 1, to respond to Hurricane Irma. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Fla Storm Rescuers

Ryan Primosch, a member of California ...
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Ryan Primosch, a member of California Task Force 1, leads a search mission through the debris after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Little Torch Key, Fla.

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Ryan Primosch, a member of California Task Force 1, leads a search mission through the debris after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Little Torch Key, Fla.

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Ryan Primosch, a member of California Task Force 1, leads a search mission through the debris after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Little Torch Key, Fla., Sept. 13, 2017. The Federal Emergency Management Agency activated 22 of its 28 urban search-and-rescue teams that it can send into crisis zones, including California Task Force 1, to respond to Hurricane Irma. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

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Bruce Haasey works on the roof of Summerland Hardware Store after Hurricane Irma on Summerland Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Bruce Haasey works on the roof of Summerland Hardware Store after Hurricane Irma on Summerland Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Bruce Haasey works on the roof of Summerland Hardware Store after Hurricane Irma on Summerland Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Damage along a residential street in ...
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Damage along a residential street in Big Pine Key, Fla.

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Damage along a residential street in Big Pine Key, Fla.

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Damage along a residential street in Big Pine Key, Fla., Sept. 13, 2017. The Federal Emergency Management Agency activated 22 of its 28 urban search-and-rescue teams that it can send into crisis zones, including California Task Force 1, to respond to Hurricane Irma. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

The aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Big ...
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The aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla.

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The aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla.

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The aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

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Fallen trees on a home after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla.

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Fallen trees on a home after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla.

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Fallen trees on a home after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

Alex Dewele, left, and Michael Russell ...
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Alex Dewele, left, and Michael Russell wait in line for water outside a Winn Dixie on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Alex Dewele, left, and Michael Russell wait in line for water outside a Winn Dixie on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Alex Dewele, left, and Michael Russell wait in line for water outside a Winn Dixie on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

T.J. Champion, left, and Michael ...
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T.J. Champion, left, and Michael Russell look up as military helicopters pass overhead outside a Winn Dixie on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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T.J. Champion, left, and Michael Russell look up as military helicopters pass overhead outside a Winn Dixie on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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T.J. Champion, left, and Michael Russell look up as military helicopters pass overhead outside a Winn Dixie supermarket on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

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Fallen trees after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Fallen trees after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Fallen trees after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Fallen trees after Hurricane Irma on ...
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Fallen trees after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Fallen trees after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Fallen trees after Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Boats left on the side of the road by Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Boats left on the side of the road by Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys.

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Boats left on the side of the road by Hurricane Irma on Big Pine Key, Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 13, 2017. Stressed and exhausted families across the Southeast were assessing the damage from Irma on Wednesday, even as flooding from the storm continued to plague some areas. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Storm Irma

The Florida National High Adventure ...
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The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base, a Boy Scout camp which is being used by FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Team members as a command center, on Big Pine Key Fla., in the Keys.

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The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base, a Boy Scout camp which is being used by FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Team members as a command center, on Big Pine Key Fla., in the Keys.

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The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base, a Boy Scout camp which is being used by FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Team members as a command center, on Big Pine Key Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 12, 2017. Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression as it moved into Georgia, Alabama and the Carolinas, but as a hurricane and tropical storm it left many areas of Florida in shambles. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Team ...
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FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Team members fold an American flag at a Boy Scout camp being uses as a command center on Big Pine Key Fla.

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FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Team members fold an American flag at a Boy Scout camp being uses as a command center on Big Pine Key Fla.

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FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Team members fold an American flag at a Boy Scout camp being uses as a command center on Big Pine Key Fla., in the Keys, Sept. 12, 2017. Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression as it moved into Georgia, Alabama and the Carolinas, but as a hurricane and tropical storm it left many areas of Florida in shambles. (Sam Hodgson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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