Connor’s good friend Ryan Hunter is a sophomore at San Diego State and a member of Phi Kappa Theta. Recently a group from the fraternity created t-shirts and drove the 100 miles north to a Los Angeles television studio. Here are the highlights from a February, 2013 The Price Is Right. 10:35
The Belle is recognized as the oldest river steamboat in operation and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989. Built in 1914, she was originally named the Idelwild and was a passenger ferry in Tennessee and Arkansas. Later her name was changed to Avalon. In 1962, the Avalon fell into disrepair. Enter Jefferson County Judge Marlow Cook. She was bought for $34,000 and re-christened the Belle of Louisville. Here is a segment from a 1996 program. 11:49
It is more like 21 seconds. In 1985, Andy Warhol was commissioned by the Cincinatti Art Museum to create a portrait commemorating baseball player Pete Rose. Rose broke Ty Cobb’s long-standing record of life time hits. The paintings play off of a classic baseball card. He painted four of them. The interview was in his mid-town Manhattan studio – The Factory. It lasted less than 15 minutes. After explaining to me that he was a big baseball fan he was asked . . .
The Reeds have over an hour of home movies shot on film by my father in the 1950’s and ’60s. He sometimes edited the sequence in the camera (while shooting). This segment was edited after the film was processed as he added titles and more. It features my mom and my brother in their home in Iowa City, Iowa. I added the music. 2:29
This is un-edited and our father is the camera operator. Only one problem. For the first few tricks, he couldn’t reach the “pause” button. It was different than the “stop” button. Eventually, we got the process to work. Good thing Bob could speed-read the magic book. 2:30
Lots of rain during the first week in August. Patrick (2), Kelsey (5), Austin (6), Connor (7), Anna (9), Matt is entering 7th grade, Becca (junior) is rehabbing from knee surgery and Pat is a senior. 11:10