New featured picture: dramatic but still—the Haitian Presidential Palace, taken the day after the devastating 2010 earthquake. The palace's collapsed cupola has become a symbol of the devastation caused by the quake.
This week's "Features and admins" covers Saturday 26 February – Friday 4 March
Kudpung (nom), from Malvern, UK, has been a significant contributor to five GAs, has founded Wikipedia:WikiProject Worcestershire, and played a part in establishing and implementing the WP:BLPPROD process. He currently coordinates Wikipedia:WikiProject School, and loiters at WP:EAR to offer assistance to newbies. He has credentials in business studies, linguistics, pedagogics, and media, and "wrote some awful plays and an even worse rock opera", he says.
Neelix (nom), from Newfoundland on the east coast of Canada is a veteran editor who has made significant contributions to the backlog at Wikipedia:Requested moves, apart from creating more than 4,000 articles and uploading more than 800 images. He says he's a split infinitive, singular they, and serial comma kind of guy.
At the time of publication there are two live RfAs: Gfoley4 and Slon02 3, both due to finish Saturday 12 March.
From the new featured article, Parkinson's disease: a PET scan of a healthy brain can be a reference point for diagnosing Parkinson's disease, which involves decreased dopamine activity in the basal ganglia.
Herbie Hewett (nom) (1864–1921), an English amateur cricketer who played for Somerset, captaining the county from 1889 to 1893, as well as Oxford University and the Marylebone Cricket Club. (Harrias)
2010 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final (nom), played on 5 October 2010 at Qwest Field in Seattle. The match determined the winner of the 2010 Cup, a tournament open to amateur and professional soccer teams affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation. (Skotywa)
U2 3D (nom), an American-produced 2008 3D concert film featuring rock band U2 performing during the Vertigo Tour in 2006. (Dream out loud)
Myotis alcathoe (nom), You'd think that after centuries of systematic research, we would at least know all the mammal species in Europe. Wrong; new species are discovered every few years. The bat species described in this article was first named in 2001, and only now are we gaining an understanding of its ecology and distribution. (Ucucha)
The same user's photograph of the Common Imperial Blue Butterfly, also promoted last week
Seven images were promoted. Medium-sized images can be viewed by clicking on "nom":
Haitian Presidential Palace destroyed by Earthquake (nom; related article), after last year's tragic event. The palace's collapsed cupola has become a symbol of the devastation caused by the quake. The Haitian government plans to demolish and reconstruct the palace; so far only the rotunda has been demolished. Reviewer Nergaal said "it is an impressive picture and I am amazed we have a free picture of it". (Created by Logan Abassi; picture at top)
Grey-tailed Tattler (nom; related article), photographed in Tasmania. This close relative of a North American species shows the characteristic unpatterned, greyish wings and back, and a scaly breast pattern extending onto the belly in breeding plumage. (Created by User:JJ Harrison.)