Category Archives: Classic Photography

Vermont Arts News | Vermont Arts

MONTPELER – The orchestra and choir of the Green Mountain Mahler Festival will present a free open-air performance of the fourth movement (“Ode to Joy”) from Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at 3.30 pm on Sunday, September 26 on the lawn of the State House on the Capitol. Under the direction of Daniel Bruce, featured vocal soloists […]

Dollywood Harvest Festival Celebrates the Beauty of Smokies

PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Dollywood, one of Americans’ favorite family destinations, celebrates the splendor of fall in the majestic foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains at the Harvest Festival presented by Humana (September 24 – October 30). The guest’s favorite annual event includes the Great Pumpkin LumiNights for families presented by Covenant […]

Art Photographer Showcases ‘World Majority’ Collections at Manhattan College – Bronx Times

Hayden M. Greene, who is an award-winning New York-based fine art photographer, has a current exhibition at Manhattan College that focuses on portraying the majority of the world as strong subjects. Photos courtesy of Ryan Wener Subscribe to our Policy NewsletterNY for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your […]

Woody’s Bar-BQ partners with the Tim Tebow Foundation to fight human trafficking

To celebrate its 40th anniversary last year, Florida-based Woody’s Bar-BQ hosted an event to raise funds and raise awareness of the Tim Tebow Foundation’s Anti-Human Trafficking Department. Within hours, Woody’s raised $ 6,000 and helped bring the issue of human trafficking to the forefront for everyone present. A year later, the classic channel Southern BBQ […]

Highlights of the Hamptons event this week: September 24-28, 2021

Find a range of fun activities and cultural events, including live shows, outdoor adventures, art exhibits and more in the Hamptons this week of September 24-28, 2021. LIVE CONCERTS Film + Panel: My Octopus TeacherFriday September 24, 7 p.m. My octopus teacher is a 2020 Netflix Original Documentary film directed by Pippa Ehrlich and James […]

A Look at Lowcountry Influences | Characteristics

The Moore County Arts Council is offering local residents a chance to learn more about Lowcountry life next week in a series of presentations and events. The Lowcountry is a geographic and cultural region along the coast of South Carolina, which includes Charleston. “If you love to walk, there’s no better place on Earth to […]

Always something to celebrate – Times-Herald

Debbie Egidio has been appointed President and CEO of the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce. (Photo provided / Photograph by Ryan Bates) Jun Acero and Athena George dance to music from the Greek Sunday Festival at Saints Constantine and Helen Church in Vallejo. (Richard Freedman / Times-Herald) The new GVRD board member, Rizal Aliga. (Courtesy photo) […]

My first digital camera: a review of the Sony S70 21 years later

For me, 2000 was the year digital cameras really started to come in handy. A slew of cameras have arrived with Sony’s latest 3-megapixel CCD sensor priced under $ 1,000, with enough resolution to make 7×5-inch prints and more than enough for online use. Sony’s first camera with the sensor was the Cyber-shot S70 and […]

Retired lawyer got shutdown virus in second act – St. Louis Jewish Light

Photo: Bob Denlow Khuri Village, India, 2020. Photograph by Bob Denlow Over 40 years, St. Louis lawyer Bob Denlow has developed a distinguished practice in the field of law as a litigator. His job was to protect the properties and businesses of his clients who risked forcibly losing their properties to governments and large developers. […]

Classical rock band Kansas feels a special vibe in their homeland

Kansas is playing an outdoor show at Wave next Wednesday night. Photograph of Emily Butler Courtesy It’s always special when the band Kansas performs in their home state, says Tom Brislin. “I really felt it the first time I was in Kansas with the band,” the New Jersey native said of Sunflower State’s reaction to […]