April First Friday!
Finally! A Family Happy Hour where snow won’t be in the forecast! Hopefully. Come out for April’s First Friday as we welcome Love City Brewing and Slice into our space to help us celebrate the coming of Spring. Slice will be providing gluten-free & dairy-free options. With a DJ in house, this community event isn’t one you want to miss.
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Three harmoniously flowing movements comprise the work which blossoms and unfolds over the course of thirty-eight minutes and here, in an exclusive preview, is an equally mesmerizing full-length accompanying video. Created from sumptuous looping visuals shot in Orkney featuring glinting sunlight on the sea, hovering midges at the Ring of Brodgar and an abstract vision of sea-foam off the Yesnaby cliffs, it is an immersive experience fitting of this adventurous companion work to one of the year’s most beautiful records.
Where does the name Stationary Travels come from? It was inspired by the title track to the 1984 release Stationary Traveller by Camel, whose albums were seminal in my appreciation for instrumental music and how it can create atmosphere, tell a story, and convey emotion without any words. Andy Latimer remains one of my favorite guitarists, both as a player and a writer.
The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) recognized employees who have reached significant milestones in their years of service with the college at a reception March 16 at the La Plata Campus. The 2018 CSM Service Awards Recognition Reception honored 83 employees, including two who are marking 30 years of service and five marking 25 years this year, as well as 80 employees observing anniversaries at five-year intervals. Altogether, the workers honored have accumulated 1,035 years of service to CSM.
Perhaps no bird species is more characteristic of the pine forests of eastern North America than the Pine Warbler. This species rarely occurs in purely deciduous vegetation, except uncommonly during migration and occasionally during winter. The Pine Warbler is a common breeding species and permanent resident in the southeastern United States. It breeds at lower densities as far north as southeastern Canada and the northeastern United States, where it is migratory and among the earliest warblers to arrive in spring and latest to depart in fall.
Artists and Photographers for Greater Canyonlands
My only regret now that this blog project has grown so popular is that I didn’t ask participants to categorize their entry along a specific genre of photography. I started to do this manually last night, but decided against completing it myself as I’d end up with 300+ angry photographers who felt their work was miscategorized. Next year I’ll revise the format to accommodate this.
RCNA Rotary Moment
On Saturday, July 30, 2016 the Rotary Club of North Atlanta (RCNA) had a fantastic turn out for a used medical gear drive benefiting FODAC (Friends of Disabled Adults and Children). Chris Brand, President and CEO of FODAC (and Stone Mountain Rotarian), noted that we collectively achieved a record pick-up of items valued over $130K. These items will be "recycled" to other medically needy people.