Sitemeter Sez: Visitors from Singapore; Baltimore, Maryland; Winter Park, Florida; Newbury, West Berkshire; Sofia, Bulgaria; Batley, up in Yorkshire UK; Croydon, UK; Monroe, Michigan; New York City, New York; Albertson, New York; Billingham, a village near York, UK; Salt Lake City, Utah; Bellevue, Washington; Montreal, Quebec; Amarillo, Texas; Montreal, Quebec; Petaling Jaya, Malaysia; Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin; Sana, Yemen; Paris, Ile-de-France; Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Okinawa, Japan; Albany Creek, Australia; Saint Louis, Missouri; Baltimore, Maryland; Brighton, UK (return visitor), and Simi Valley, California. (Lotsa people looking at Lady GaGa's hilarious hair-bow.)
Some more history at: Theater X-Net
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Theater, Art, Flash Gordon, Funky Music and MORE!
MORE UPDATES! Outre Space Cinema -- Featuring: 1930's Rocketry, Spitfires of the Spaceways and especially Cellulose to Celluloid, Even more Flash Gordon comparisons from the Saturday Matinees and Sunday Comics.
Many thanks to Jim Keefe (Visit his Website) -- the LAST Flash Gordon illustrator of the 20th Century, and Flash's FIRST illustrator of the 21st, for including my efforts on his Flash Gordon Resources Page -- along with actual creators like Alex Raymond, Al Williamson, and others!
Charity Alert: Play the FreeRice Game -- improve your vocabulary, and donate food to the United Nations. Check into Terra Sigilata blog -- donate $$$ to cancer patients just by clicking onto the site. Keep that Resolution to click on The Hunger Site every day. BTW -- AIDtoCHILDREN.com is a bit simpler than FreeRice Game.
In The Community: The Auction of Miniatures is up NOW at the Hockaday Museum of Art -- get over there and bid! The school shows are still going up, and we'll have a public reception later this week. Dan Fagre's show will come down for awhile, but will go up again in May -- it is about the vanishing glaciers of Glacier National Park, and is a true labor of love by Fagre and other scientists from the USGS. Here's another website comparing glacier photos from the early 20th Century and recent decades.
We just had spring break at the college -- I hope that doesn't mean a week of Mondays coming when classes re-open. I have to edit a video advertising our Earth Day celebrations.
Media Watch: Trash A Go Go did their lousy dance-off idea again with their two worst couples, and a mediocre celeb left instead of the popular schlub. Cheryl and Gilles still have the inside track -- the latter was SUPERB last Monday, losing himself in their dance.
Wreak-ard Wagner's High Camp, uh, High Culture opera Die Walkurie is on the radio as I write -- Act One, featuring the incestuous lovers, is mostly a romantic duet. (I joke around, but I actually LOVE this music!) I'm running off to do some errands, but I'll be listening to Ride of the Valkyries when it comes on the air!
I'm devoting more time to my artistic biography, and working on the critical period when the SLC Mime Troupe were doing their first shows. Here's a drawing of mine from when I was 23 years old: