The Setup I use a Samsung Galaxy S3 (Ting/Sprint). Though it is now 3 generations removed from Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S model, it still is a great phone. Maybe I’ll switch when it eventually dies. Last week the camera stopped working. It was the dreaded “Camera failed” message. All you can do is press “OK” and hope to find a solution.
I have posted a couple of videos about Henri, the French existentialist cat. Now he has his own website with many videos. See it here: Henri, Le Chat Noir
Hello, Welcome to the pet peeves section of my website. Every year at this time you will hear people saying, “Have a great Fourth of July weekend!” or something to that effect. Now I’m going to get all “Sheldon Cooper” on that statement, and don’t dare tell me I’m wrong, because I’m not! And, BTW, I’m not crazy, my mother had me tested! Here comes the logic. July 4 is a [ . . . ]
Here’s Victoria’s latest artwork. It was featured recently on the Animal Jam artwork blog. Click here to see it.
Première vidéo: Deuxième vidéo:
A well done comedic video about a remote controlled conductor. The reality is, most performing musicians have seen all of these conductors…
Sunday, October 30, 2011 High, Bright, and Clear Classics Edward P. Sandor, Trumpet Csilla Csagoly, Soprano Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church 201 University Blvd, Daytona Beach The concert opens with an overture by J. C. Bach and Telemann’s Concerto in D minor for Viola and Two Violins with Maggie Snively, Susan Pitard Acree and Kendra Cochenour. Edward P. Sandor will perform the Concerto for Trumpet by Fasch and then [ . . . ]
Sunday, October 9, 2011 Baroque and Classical Gems Norris Williams, Baritone Christ Presbyterian Church 1035 W. Granada Boulevard, Ormond Beach The orchestra opens its season with an overture by William Boyce. The strings will perform Mozart’s beautiful Serenata Notturna, KV 239, with soloists Susan Pitard Acree, Kendra Cochenour, Maggie Snively and Joe Corporon, and Vivaldi’s Concerto in G for Viola with soloist Angelo Goderre. Norris Williams will sing arias by [ . . . ]
Donna and the girls were recently cast in a local Broadway-style musical, Road to the Potter’s House, and it has just finished its local run at Mainland High School Performing Arts Center. The show is a contemporary Christian parody of The Wizard of Oz. Instead of journeying to the land of Oz after being caught up in a tornado, Dorothy endures a series of personal setbacks in the storm of [ . . . ]
James Cagney and Bob Hope at a Friar’s Club Meeting back when actors were real performers. Bob Hope was 52 and James Cagney was 56. This is a side of these two entertainers you hardly ever saw but it shows you their enormous talent. I wonder if contemporary actors are as well rounded?