Scenes From The Democratic Convention

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Preparations under way at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte.Protestors march through uptown Charlotte Sunday, ahead of the Democratic National Convention.Protesters near College Street and 4th Street in the Uptown area of Charlotte on Sunday.Ashley Judd attended the DNC as a delegate for Tennessee. (Jill Ryan/WBUR)WBUR’s spot on Radio Row in Charlotte for the DNC. (Sam Fleming / WBUR)Rep. Nancy Pelosi, House minority leader, greets delegates at the Democratic National Convention.On Tuesday at the DNC, Gov. Deval Patrick spoke to the Massachusetts delegation saying that Obama won the 2008 election against many “odds, some of them unspoken”. (Fred Thys/WBUR)Official Obama / Biden merchandise for sale at the DNC. (Lynn Jolicoeur / WBUR)A behind the scenes look at the DNC.Spotted: Former House Rep. Patrick Kennedy and baby Owen at the DNC Tuesday.President Obama sculpted out of sand at the DNC.Barney Frank sat down with WBUR's Bob Oakes at the DNC.Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren talks to WBUR’s Bob Oakes at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday. (Tiffany Campbell/WBUR)Boston Mayor Thomas Menino in Charlotte at the Democratic National Convention. (Tiffany Campbell/WBUR)Sampling of the umbrellas left at security at the Charlotte Convention Center (Tiffany Campbell / WBUR)James Taylor does a sound check at Time Warner Cable Arena in advance of his performance before President Obama’s speech. (Lynn Jolicoeur / WBUR)"Nice of them to leave a gavel out for me to make me feel nostalgic.” - Mass. Rep Barney Frank, before his remarks to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Thursday evening. (AP)Tom Ashbrook and the On Point team broadcasting live from the Democratic National Convention. (Tiffany Campbell/WBUR)Anti-war protests near the Charlotte Convention Center Thursday. (Lynn Jolicoeur / WBUR)Massachusetts delegate pin. (Tiffany Campbell / WBUR)
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