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C. Paul Jennewein’s Work on Display at Polk Museum of Art

  C. Paul Jennewein’s Work on Display at Polk Museum of Art (via The Ledger) You may not know him by name, but you can find his artwork predominantly displayed across America. Enlarge “Coral” is a 1926 silvered bronze sculpture by C. Paul Jennewein, who has 33 pieces on display at Polk Museum of Art. … Continue reading

Losing leg, fighting cancer can’t stop Montclair State tap dancer

  Losing leg, fighting cancer can’t stop Montclair State tap dancer (via NJ.com) The kid was alone on the empty rehearsal stage. It was midnight and everyone else was gone. He wanted it that way. He set up his computer to record what would happen next, no matter what it was. He sat in a … Continue reading

Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series

  Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series (via Cleveland.com) Roger Mastroianni As the Cleveland Orchestra gears up for two days of 20th-century music, let us pause to thank the man responsible for them: Ton Koopman. Wait, what? Yes, indeed. The arrival of the conductor who specializes in Baroque music this … Continue reading

Documentary Screening: Sun, Steel & Spray – A History Of the Victoria Falls bridge

Alliance e  and the Old Mutual Theatre hosted The “Sun, Steel and Spray: A History Of The Victoria Falls Bridge” documentary that we worked on closely with the Victoria Falls Bridge Company. The documentary showcases how this massive steel structure was built in the heart of Africa in 1904, and how it was all part … Continue reading

SHOOT AT NGOMA KURIRA

This past Saturday at 4:00 am – Rockstars at Cmedia Studios woke up, made coffee and headed out to Ngomo Kurira. Pumped with excitement for this new shoot, the team knew that our set would consist of fire, a steep rock face and a few death defying climbs. Yes Ngoma Kurira is a solid rock cliff … Continue reading

Taylor the star as Zimbabwe coast to victory

  Taylor the star as Zimbabwe coast to victory (via AFP) Brendan Taylor became just the third Zimbabwean batsman to score centuries in both innings of a Test match as his side completed a crushing victory over Bangladesh in the first Test at Harare Sports Club. Set an unlikely 483 runs to win the match … Continue reading

Mountain Climbing

“Tell it on the Mountain” Early morning climb in Zimbabwe Today my friends and l went mountain climbing in the Domboshawa valley’s. What a rush. First time scaling dizzy heights and getting a rush out of being at the top of the highest peak in Harare.

A lifetime with books

  A lifetime with books (via St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Gregg McGee’s mom met his dad at the library at Camp Beale in California during World War II. She was the librarian there, while he was from Granite City. The story about how they met tells a lot of about McGee’s life. A lifelong resident of … Continue reading

MOCA Cleveland stages compelling installations by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, and Kate Gilmore

√ MOCA Cleveland stages compelling installations by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, and Kate Gilmore (via The Plain Dealer) View full size Courtesy Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller  The effect is uncanny, surreal, sexy and disturbing. You’re sitting in a darkened miniature movie theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland with headphones … Continue reading

Runner, spectator get photos of marathon suspects

  Runner, spectator get photos of marathon suspects (via Southeast Missourian) This Monday, April 15, 2013 photo provided by Bob Leonard shows Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was dubbed Suspect No. 1 and Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, who was dubbed Suspect No. 2 in the Boston Marathon bombings by law enforcement. This image was taken approximately 10-20 minutes … Continue reading

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