Sitemeter Sez: Long Beach, California; Bellevue, Washington; Montreal, Quebec; Amarillo, Texas; 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, England (again) and Louth, Ireland.
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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: Montana On The Move and New Artists have their joint reception tomorrow. The Auction of Miniatures is up NOW at the Hockaday Museum of Art -- get over there and bid!
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.
A Week of Mondays at the college in the wake of Spring Break. I edited that video advertising our Earth Day celebrations, though.
Media Watch: Trash A Go Go dropped the lousy dance-off idea again -- hopefully forever. Derek and Kim did the re-do. Cheryl and Gilles were still the best, although the ^%$#@! judges graded them down on a higher standard -- the latter couple were SUPERB again last Monday. I always speak well of Carmen Elektra -- she's funny, and entertaining, and choreographed a pleasant neo-burlesque number which outdid many a piece by more prestigious practitioners. Steve-O is gone, and Lawrence Taylor can't be far behind.
Theater X-Net has quite a lot of new material!
Speaking of Dance, I am going to visit my friend, choreographer / dancer Katie Duck this weekend in Seattle -- it's the closest we've been in proximity for almost 30 years. We first met while I was renting the 1st South Studio (above). I'll also spend time shooting video with stilt-walker/trick-roper Karen Quest, who is working the Puyallup Spring Fair.