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Since October 2001, playing, touring, and writing has been our lives. Everything else has pretty much run a close 2nd or 3rd. Aside from a few short breaks a couple times a year, we have done these things non-stop. Time with family, friends and significant others, as well as other personal interests have been sacrificed- and rightfully so when you look at our accomplishments. In the Spring of 2010 Chris and Yorg, while recording demos for the new BUMP record, noticed that their musical ambitions had changed and the styles were not melding into a cohesive sound. During this time of uncertainty Clint Carpenter was asked to replace the drummer for the national touring artist Uncle Kracker. We fully supported Clint's choice to try out for the band and he has toured with Uncle Kracker for the past two months. After 9 years, we have come to the decision to call this last tour BUMP's farewell tour. The tour will kick off this Friday night at 8:30 PM at New Center Park in New Center - Detroit, MI. The show will mark Clint's last show performing with BUMP. We look forward to this run of Midwest shows, especially our final show at the Magic Stick in Detroit, MI on Saturday October 2nd with our good friends My Dear Disco. We have some big things planned for this night so stay tuned for those announcements in the coming weeks! To all of you who can't make it, have no fear, you can catch Clint playing with Uncle Kracker all around the country. Yorg and Bryce are gearing up to announce ...
19 years old Straight Andy Six was born on December 26th 1991 in Milwaukee Wisconsin but moved to Cincinnati Ohio at a young age.He is 6'2 with blue eyes.Andy's father was in a punk band called "The Edge"."The Edge" toured with bands such as "the Misfits" and "Stiff Little Fingers".From a young age Andy watched his father play and learned everything he possibly could.Growing up Andy played hockey and was ranked as a junior olympian.In the 8th grade he started his own band called "Biersack".While in "Biersack" Andy would make cds and hand them out at school to every person he knew.In 2005,Andy moved to Burbank California and began an acting career in tv comercials[AT and T, Montana Meth, etc] as well as print modeling.One year later Andy moved back to Cincinnati to start "Black Veil Brides".He has several tattoos such as a 13 inch tattoo of "Azreal Batman",Andy's favorite comic book character as a child.On his left arm he has an alkaline trio heart with his girlfriend's initials on the teeth.Andy also has a funeral presession flower,a bleeding misfits skull and a danzig skull.Andy does smoke.Andy went to "School for Creative and Performing Arts" for his high school education and majored in Drama and Vocal music.He has always cut his own hair.Before shows Andy likes to hang out with the fans,sign and take pictures with them after everyshow for about 20 mins. after the show.
At the 2010 Cincinnati Flower Show, author Rose Marie Nichols McGee discussed how to grow food in containers and used window box displays to inspire pretty vegetable combinations. Lecture sponsored by Horticulture magazine.
Nurseryman Bill Hendricks of Klyn Nurseries lead a tour of the exhibits at the 2010 Cincinnati Flower Show, pointing out interesting plants and sharing his thoughts on garden design. Lecture sponsored by Horticulture magazine.
In an informal lecture at the 2010 Cincinnati Flower Show, Dr. Paul Cappiello, director of Yew Dell Gardens, cleared up some common gardening myths, including soil tests, fertilizer and peat moss. Lecture sponsored by Horticulture magazine.
Starting outside the home with a quick look at the surrounding houses and neighbors you walk in one of the two entrances other than the owners which is in the back yard through his garage. Off street parking for two more cars - one can be under cover in the car port along side owners garage. A quick view of the living area occupied by the owner in the private back yard water/perennial flower garden with it's koi pond, recirculating creek and waterfalls. The owner always comes and goes through this back entry way. The other door takes you into a quick look of the basement area with it's two rooms built up off the cement floor and carpeted that could be used as guest rooms. Toilet, shower, set of living room furniture, Metos red wood sauna, laundry area, shower and utility tub. The sauna has not been used for years but can be used under some agreed upon conditions. Then up through the first floor that can be separated completely by reinstalling a door into the kitchen. The house can be used as a two family, shared in part or with the establishment of whatever living conditions best suited. An overview of the second floor shows where the former second floor stove and refrigerator can go. Remodeled bathroom with skylight, spa tub, music volume control. Rooms show walk-in closets, ceiling fans and separate window units for each room as the central air is best supplemented on the second floor of an older home with tall ceilings. Lot of room and a great deal given the size of ...
JOHN CULLEN (UNITED STATES) is a multiple-award winner at numerous prestigious Flower Shows, including Gold award winner at the Chicago Flower Show and the Cincinnati Flower Show International Exhibition in previous years. At the 2007 Philadelphia Flower Show, Johns exhibit won the Best of Show award and was voted the Peoples Choice Award for all eight days at the Show a feat never accomplished previously in the Philadelphia Shows 180 years history. John is a returning participant from the 2008 Singapore Garden Festival where he won a Gold award for his Celtic garden display.
Two baby and two adult alpacas at the Cincinnati Flow Show in Symmes Township Park on 4/24/2010. They make this humming/bleating noise.
The Chicago Flower & Garden Show—the Midwest's premier gardening exhibition for professionals and consumers alike—returns to Navy Pier on Chicago's lakefront Saturday, March 6, through Sunday, March 14, 2010.
Ohio PCS meetup at the Lafferty Funeral Museum and Spring Grove Cemetery's car show in Cincinnati - October 2008
Kathy Piech-Lukas with Your Dream Day interviews Stephanie, the do-it-yourself wedding flower coordinator at The Flowerman, about how brides can save up to 50% on their wedding flowers.
Six Shelley Songs by Jason Thorpe Buchanan were composed in the summer of 2008. Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) wrote these poems between 1814 and his unexpected death in 1822, when he drowned at sea. He is known for having been expelled from Oxford for distributing a pamphlet entitled "The Necessity of Atheism". He was married twice, leaving his first wife shortly after having written Away!, later meeting Mary Shelley, soon to be author of Frankenstein and daughter of William Godwin, a literary figure whom Shelley idolized. He lost two of the three children he had with Mary Shelley between 1818 and 1819. His texts have been criticized for their seemingly abstract surface aesthetic, as well as being called "splendidly nebulous". With these six songs I have attempted to capture the essence of Shelley's writing and depict the well-crafted romantic imagery contained in these poems. I hope that in doing so I manage to show their "splendidly nebulous" nature in my music. A Widow Bird (1822) - PB Shelley A widow bird sate mourning for her love Upon a wintry bough; The frozen wind crept on above, The freezing stream below. There was no leaf upon the forest bare, No flower upon the ground, And little motion in the air Except the mill-wheel's sound. Nicole Yazolino - Soprano Avedis Manoogian - Piano Performance Date: Feb. 27, 2009, Cincinnati, OH For more information on the composer, please visit www.melosmusic.com or http
The Cincinnati Flower show starts this Saturday.
Crews have started putting in all the flowers and landscaping that makes this show so visually impressive. The flower show is moving from Coney Island to Symmes Township Park. The Cincinnati
A law school dropout (Colin Hanks), much to the chagrin of his father (Tom Hanks), becomes the new assistant to an illusionist in decline (Malkovich). Can the fledgling partnership lead to the comeback of a lifetime? Colin Hanks ... Troy Gabel BJ Hendricks... Burly rest of cast listed alphabetically: Tom Arnold Jacquie Barnbrook... Sheila Haller Ankur Bhatt Emily Blunt... Valerie Brennan Osa Danam... Hypnotized Woman Bubba Da Skitso... (Unscripted) Sitcom Actor Griffin Dunne... Johnathan ...
Stereo: www.youtube.com BCB Band sings Wildwood Flower. Originally by The Carter Family but we do the Homer and Jethro Version. Known as "the thinking man's hillbillies," Homer Haynes and Jethro Burns got a lot of mileage out of an act that shouldn't have lasted or gone as far as it did, at least on the surface of things. Certainly there were other, far more established duos mining similar turf on the country music circuit, with Lonzo & Oscar leading the way. But Homer & Jethro were far more ...
...Cincinnati Flower Show had comfortable crowds rather than a crush this afternoon. Overcast skies and a brisk wind blowing over Coney Islands Lake Como might have convinced some flower fans to hold out for a sunnier spring day for outdoor strolling. In the...
...2008 Cincinnati Flower Show kicks off Friday with an opening night gala and runs through April 27. More than 50,000 visitors are expected over the nine-day show. This year's show features many exciting exhibits in the grand marquee area. Visitors to the flower...
...agent and expert on insects will inform his audience about the emerald ash borer threat to ash trees. The 2007 Cincinnati Flower Show promises to be a fine mix of education and botanical beauty - lovely to see and a lively place to learn. Tickets are $20 at...
...Education Center in Frankfort will have a native plant sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. All the pretty flowers: The Cincinnati Flower Show is 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at Lake Como at Coney Island. Tickets are $20 at the gate,...
...Blink and you miss that brief April show. The early-spring wisteria thing often coincides with the annual Cincinnati Flower Show produced by the Cincinnati Horticultural Society at Lake Como, Coney Island. Nothing subtle about it. That show is a riot...