This picture was taken at MASS MoCA, a museum of contemporary arts in Massachusetts. It was made to symbolize the events of a car crash, using real life cars, that are flipping over. The lights changed colors also, it was very cool.
There was a surprise in the sky over Red Rock Resort Sunday night during the Allman Brothers concert as Station Casinos surprised the surrounding community with a two-minute fireworks show to announce its plans to host the largest 4th of July fireworks show Las Vegas has ever seen.
Plans are in the works for nine fireworks shows to go off simultaneously on the 4th of July from nine different Station Casinos’ properties throughout the valley including Red Rock Resort, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Boulder Station, neighboring properties Texas Station and Fiesta Rancho will be a shared location, Fiesta Henderson, Aliante Station, Santa Fe Station and Sunset Station.
The fireworks show this evening and the nine-property fireworks show on the 4th of July have been produced the Grucci Family, one of the premiere fireworks companies in the world.
Cinco de Mayo (Spanish for “Fifth of May”) is a regional holiday in Mexico, primarily celebrated in the state of Puebla, with some limited recognition in other parts of Mexico. The holiday commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely defeat of French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of Mexican General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguín.
The Battle was significant for at least two reasons. First, while outnumbered almost two-to-one, the Mexicans defeated a much better-equipped French army that had known no defeat for almost 50 years. Second, this battle was important because it would be “the last time that an army from another continent invaded the Americas.” While significant, however, Cinco de Mayo is not an obligatory federal holiday in Mexico.
While Cinco de Mayo has limited or no significance nationwide in Mexico, the date is observed in the United States and other locations around the world as a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride.However, a common misconception in the United States is that Cinco de Mayo is Mexico’s Independence Day. Mexico’s Independence Day is actually September 16 (dieciséis de septiembre in Spanish), which is the most important national patriotic holiday in Mexico
As long as they have fireworks, any day will do!!