Anton Bauer

19 May 19
East German Cinema Blog

When Martin Was Fourteen (Als Martin vierzehn war) is the story of a teenage boy who finds himself in the middle of the fighting that followed the “Kapp Putsch” in March of 1920. As with many German movies—East, West, and Unified—the films assumes a level of familiarity with German history that we in America know […]

19 May 19
Unlawful Acts

Indie Crime Releases include Pablo D’Stair, All Due Respect, Paul Heatley, Fahrenheit Press, EconoClash Review, J.D. Graves, Chris Bauer, Severn River Publishing, D.P. Lyle, Oceanview Publishing, D.W. Buffa, Polis Books, Vin Packer, Stark House Press, Alex Sinclair, Bloodhound Books, McGarvey Black, Ralph Dennis, Brash Books, Nick Louth, Canelo, Joe Ricker, Down & Out Books, Charles Salzberg, David Housewright, Alice Loweecey, Henery Press, David Hodges, Joffe Books, Linda Stratmann, Sapere Books, Agnete Friis, Soho Crime, Paul Kane, Marie O’Regan, Titan Books, G.S. Denning, Mike B. Murphey, and Acorn Publishing.

17 May 19

Microsoft Business Applications Summit June 10 – 11  in Atlanta, Georgia is almost here and you have one more reason to attend year…A chance to meet the community super stars.  We know, one of the primary reasons people go to conferences is to meet the presenters.  And at the Microsoft Business Applications Summit (MBAS), we have an entire “Ask […]

16 May 19

  One of the primary reasons people go to conferences is to meet the presenters. At the Microsoft Business Applications Summit and the Microsoft presenters we have an entire “Ask the Experts” experience to make this easy. For community presenters we have created a community lounge and will be scheduling  a subset of those community […]

15 May 19
Sterlings

One of the primary reasons people go to conferences is to meet the presenters. At the Microsoft Business Applications Summit (MBAS), we have an entire “Ask the Experts” experience to make this easy. We have created a community lounge and will be scheduling a subset of those community stars for you to interact with. Here […]

10 May 19
Building Our Own Nashville

Kiefer Sutherland is to headline this year’s SummerTyne Americana Festival at Sage Gateshead in July. The Hollywood superstar turned singer-songwriter released his debut album in 2016. His second album, Reckless & Me, is out now and has country music at its heart, taking influence from Americana, folk, rock, blues and more. Sutherland is famous for […]

10 May 19
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Colorado native Pete Olstad will portray trumpet legend Maynard Ferguson in the Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra’s Tribute to Maynard Ferguson Friday, May 10, 2019, at the Rialto Theater Center in Loveland. (Courtesy photo) FRIDAY Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra: “A Tribute to Maynard Ferguson,” 7:30 p.m., Rialto Theater Center, 228 E. Fourth St., Loveland. Amateur trumpet players are encouraged to bring their instruments and join in on the final choruses of “Hey Jude” to close the show. Tickets start at $26, available at 962-2120 or rialtoloveland.ticketforce.com. 2019 National Art Show Opening Reception, 6-8:30 p.m., Lincoln Gallery, 429 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland. See over juried 100 works chosen from 560 entries from all over the country. Bob Coonts served as juror. Runs through June 7. Free. Call 663-2407 or visit lincolngallery.com/national-fine-art-show.html. “Myths of Light” Opening Reception, 6-9 p.m., Artworks Loveland, 310 N. Railroad Ave., Loveland. The exhibit features works by Kendra Fleischman, Mark Friday, Collin Parson and Craig Robb, who experiment with light and video as sculptural elements to elicit emotions and create atmosphere. Call 663-5555 or visit artworksloveland.org. Mother’s Day Art Market, 5-7:30 p.m., Loveland Museum, 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland. The Thompson School District art teachers featured in the “Practice What You Teach” exhibit will have work for sale at the museum. Exhibit runs through June 16.  Call 962-2410 or visit lovelandmuseumgallery.org. Zethyl Gates Stories, 6:30 p.m., Loveland Museum, 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland. A book signing for “The Pioneering Past of the Big Thompson Valley: Newspaper Stories by Zethyl Gates” will take place. The book features newspaper stories about the early days of Loveland and the region told by Loveland native and historian Zethyl Gates during the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s. Call 962-2410 or visit lovelandmuseumgallery.org. Night on the Town, 6-9 p.m., downtown Loveland off Fourth Street. Live music, restaurant specials and gallery openings. Website: lovelandnightonthetown.org. Cruise Loveland, 5 p.m., Sonic, 857 S. Lincoln Ave., Loveland. Community encouraged to bring or view classic cars of all kinds at Cruise Loveland every Friday night, which rotates locations. Call Jim Baum at 203-4479, Andy Anderson at 402-2839 or Tom Holden at 461-1476. Loveland Senior Singles Luncheon,11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., CJ’s Patio Grill, 1331 Eagle Drive, Loveland. All players welcome. $1 donation. Call 667-3291. Hearts and Horses New Volunteer Orientation, 3 p.m., Hearts and Horses Therapeutic Riding Center, 163 N. County Road 29, Loveland. Learn about the different kinds of volunteer roles, how to get into training and get a tour. Call 663-4200 or visit http://bit.ly/2Y2Roev. Bingo to Support Fort Collins Lions Club, 11:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., Bingo Planet, 281 29th St., Loveland. $8. Call 226-1482. Mahjong Group, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland. Free. Call 962-2401. Toddler Storytime, 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland. For ages 2-3. No registration or fee required. Call 962-2587. Debut Theatre Company: “The Phantom Tollbooth,” 7 p.m., Lincoln Center, 417 W. Magnolia, Fort Collins. In Norton Juster’s much beloved tale, guided by a magic tollbooth, Milo finds himself in a fantastic land where numbers and letters are both meaningful and meaningless. With the faithful Watchdog at his side, he must outwit a cast of increasingly odd characters and save the princesses. $8. Call 221-6730 or visit lctix.com or debuttheatre.org/upcoming-events. SATURDAY Loveland Performing Arts: Bandstand Boogie with The Diamonds, 7 p.m., Thompson Valley High School Roberta Price Auditorium, 1669 Eagle Drive, Loveland. The vocal pop band brings the hits of famed television show “American Bandstand” to life. $25 at the door or $20 online for adults, $5 for students. Call 646-4010 or visit lovelandperformingarts.org. NoCo Family Expo, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., First National Bank Exhibition Hall – The Ranch, 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland. Dozens of exhibitors and activities will offer kids hands-on exposure to robotic engineering, wildlife biology, computer programming, music, creative arts and science; activities stations with cheerleading, soccer, family fitness, and martial arts demonstrations; family games station, face painting, balloon twister and exhibitors. Free. Website: nocofamilyexpo.eventbrite.com. Antique/Artisan Market and Plant Sale, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., All Saints Episcopal Church, 3448 N. Taft Ave., Loveland. The Loveland Garden Club sale will include vendors, live music, a silent auction, vintage wares and hundreds of plants: herbs, veggies, annuals, perennials, David Austin roses and houseplants. The Loveland Sweetheart Violettes will have a booth to sell African violets, fertilizer and pots and offer information about growing them. Proceeds benefit college scholarships for local students studying horticulture, and local nonprofits. Website: lovelandgardenclub.com. Mother’s Day Tea, 2 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 533 N. Grant Ave., Loveland. Enjoy a cup of tea (there will be a variety of teas) and refreshments, and help solve a mystery. $2. Call 290-2796. Sigma Rho Chapter of ESA Mother’s Day Tea, 10 a.m., Fireside Cafe, located inside of Group Publishing, 1515 Cascade Ave., Loveland. Hats welcome; door prizes and gift baskets. $25 for adults and $15 for children age 6-14. RSVP is required at http://bit.ly/2vwq4cg. HoopDAWGS 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, 6-8 p.m., Immanuel Lutheran Church and School, 4650 Sunview Drive, Loveland. Get a team together with other #DadDAWGS, family members and/or teachers to take on a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Team rosters need to consist of at least: 1 adult and 1 child/student. For details or to register, visit eventbrite.com/e/hoopdawgs-3-on-3-basketball-tournament-tickets-58603415393?aff=ebapi. Scavenger Hunt and Nature Walk, 11 a.m., High Plains Environmental Center, 2698 Bluestem Willow Drive, Loveland. A Scavenger Hunt Bingo board will be provided to guide the walk. Free. Call 622-9676 or visit suburbitat.org/nature-walk-scavenger-hunt. Handwriting Analysis, 9 a.m-2 p.m., Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland. Jerry Groves will present the free program. Email Matt West at matt.west@cityofloveland.org. SNAG Golf, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Cattail Creek Golf Course, 2116 W. 29th St., Loveland. Kids, families and adults can try to mini course at Cattail Creek and get a brief intro to golf using specialized Starting New at Golf (SNAG) equipment. Free, but reservations are required. call 663-5310. Loveland Mountain Club Hike: Piper Meadows, About 4-5 miles. Contact Ruth at 292-8431 for details or to sign up. Non-members welcome. Visit lovelandmountainclub.org “Wild and Wonderful Plants of the Devil’s Backbone,” 8-10 a.m., Devil’s Backbone Open Space, west of Loveland off U.S. 34. Join Larimer County naturalists and Kathy Keeler, A Wandering Botanist, for a guided walk to see early spring wildflowers and more, while learning fun facts about our local plants. Free, but registration is required at offero.larimer.org. Windows 10 Computer Basics 101, 9:30 a.m., Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland. Free. Register at http://bit.ly/2BwaRME. Atlas Obscura Society Denver: Star Stuff, 7:30 p.m., Little Thompson Observatory, 850 Spartan Ave., Berthoud. With cosmic lemonade, moon pies, and a space trivia competition, followed by getting oriented to the night sky using the observatory’s star map and star gazing. Email Hannah Finch at hannah.finch@atlasobscura.com. Spring Plant Sale, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Gardens on Spring Creek, 2145 Centre Ave., Fort Collins. With perennials, annuals, vegetable seedlings, herbs, ornamental grasses, native plants, shrubs, rock garden plants and hanging baskets. The perennials, vegetables, herbs, shrubs and native plants grown by Gardens staff are non-GMO and neonic-free. Free admission. Proceeds will support horticulture programs at the Gardens on Spring Creek, Colorado State University and Front Range Community College. Call 416-2486 or visit fcgov.com/gardens. Fort Collins Symphony: “Vienna to Fort Collins,” 7:30 p.m., Lincoln Center, 417 W. Magnolia, Fort Collins. Featuring works by Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner. Call 482-4823 or visit fcsymphony.org. For tickets, call 221-6730 or visit lctix.com. WOLF Sanctuary Howlly Wood Gala, 5-9 p.m., Hilton Fort Collins, 425 W. Prospect Road, Fort Collins. Actress Kristin Bauer, known for her role as Pam on HBO’s “True Blood” and Maleficent from ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” will present a message. Dinner features vegan and vegetarian options, auctions and photo opportunities with a WOLF ambassador animal. Tickets $75 for one or a table for 10 for $750 and can be purchased at wolfsanctuary.co. MAX Bus Service Celebration, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., South Transit Center, 4915 Fossil Blvd., Fort Collins. The event will start with a cake cutting and welcome speeches. People can then hop on MAX and check out various party stations along the Mason Corridor ending at the Downtown Transit Center where they can get a glimpse of the future of MAX. Bicyclists can sign up to cycle the route and join the party at fcgov.com/maxbikeride. Website: ridetransfort.com/max-turns-5. Debut Theatre Company: “The Phantom Tollbooth,” 7 p.m., Lincoln Center, 417 W. Magnolia, Fort Collins. In Norton Juster’s much beloved tale, guided by a magic tollbooth, Milo finds himself in a fantastic land where numbers and letters are both meaningful and meaningless. With the faithful Watchdog at his side, he must outwit a cast of increasingly odd characters and save the princesses. $8. Call 221-6730 or visit lctix.com or debuttheatre.org/upcoming-events. Fort Collins Home and Garden Show, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Canvas Stadium, 751 W. Pitkin St., Fort Collins. See the newest in design trends, remodeling, lifestyle and full home automation. This home show features a technical twist as well as live demonstrations, food samples and more. Website: fortcollinshomeshow.com. Quad Rock 50- and 25-Mile Trail Race, starts at 5:30 a.m., Lory State Park, 708 N. County Road 25G, Bellvue. The race will take place on the trails and hills west of Fort Collins in Lory State Park and Horsetooth Mountain Park, followed by a post-race event with music, barbecue and awards. $85-$135. Visit trailrunner.com/event/quad-rock-50-and-25-mile. SUNDAY Bingo, 7 p.m., Bingo Planet, 281 E. 29th St., Loveland. Benefit for Foster and Adoptive Families of Larimer County. Call 481-7993. Knights of Columbus Bingo, 2 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 1730 W. 12th St., Loveland. Raffle prizes and jackpot weekly. Packets are $7 each or three for $18. Call 669-3932. Spring Plant Sale, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Gardens on Spring Creek, 2145 Centre Ave., Fort Collins. With perennials, annuals, vegetable seedlings, herbs, ornamental grasses, native plants, shrubs, rock garden plants and hanging baskets. The perennials, vegetables, herbs, shrubs and native plants grown by Gardens staff are non-GMO and neonic-free. Free admission. Proceeds will support horticulture programs at the Gardens on Spring Creek, Colorado State University and Front Range Community College. Call 416-2486 or visit fcgov.com/gardens. Bug Banquet to Benefit Farms for Orphans, 5-8 p.m., Welsh Rabbit Bistro and Cheese Shop, 2008 Walnut St., Fort Collins. Farms for Orphans is a nonprofit based in Loveland that provides training and resources in edible insect farming to vulnerable youths in countries where consumption of insects is a culturally favorable practice. $55. Call 692-3048 or visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bug-banquet-to-benefit-farms-for-orphans-tickets-56362709381. Fort Collins Home and Garden Show, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Canvas Stadium, 751 W. Pitkin St., Fort Collins. See the newest in design trends, remodeling, lifestyle and full home automation. This home show features a technical twist as well as live demonstrations, food samples and more. Website: fortcollinshomeshow.com.
08 May 19
Samerberger Nachrichten

Dieser Tage fand im Gasthaus Rampl in Hinterskirchen, Gemeinde Neufraunhofen die Jahreshauptversammlung des Volktrachtenverein Hinterskirchen mit Rückschau auf zahlreiche Aktivitäten statt. Im Rahmen der Jahreshauptversammlung wurden auch Ehrung der langjährigen passiven und aktiven Vereinsmitglieder vorgenommen. Hierzu waren eine stattliche Trachtlerschar, größtenteils in ihrer Vereinstracht anwesend. Vorausgegangen war eine Gedenkgottesdienstfeier für die verstorbenen Vereinsmitglieder. Die Familienmusi […]

02 May 19
Samerberger Nachrichten

Tanzen ist ein Urbedürfnis des Menschen. Die ältesten erhaltenen Dokumentationen des Tanzens sind indische Höhlenmalereien, die im Zeitraum zwischen 5000 und 2000 v. Chr. entstanden sind. Rund 500 Tanzbegeisterte trafen sich am Samstag in der ArberLandHalle in Bayerisch Eisenstein. Der Bayerische Waldgau hatte eingeladen zu seinem alljährlichen Volkstanztreffen, das zum 53. Mal in Folge stattfand. Der […]

18 Apr 19
Time Scavengers

A seismically induced onshore surge deposit at the KPg boundary, North Dakota Robert A. DePalma, Jan Smit, David A. Burnham, Klaudia Kuiper, Phillip L. Manning, Anton Oleinik, Peter Larson, Florentin J. Maurrasse, Johan Vellekoop, Mark A. Richards, Loren Gurche, and Walter Alvarez Summarized by Jen Bauer, Maggie Limbeck, and Adriane Lam, who also comment on […]

15 Apr 19
Film and Digital Times

You’re the director of a Netflix show, shooting in 4K, viewing video on a gorgeous 4K HDR monitor. But you’re still tethered to the camera by cables because you don’t have 4K wireless. Or you’re watching wireless video when the camera is unleashed on Steadicam or gimbals—but it’s HD video, not 4K. You bellow, “When is Teradek going to build a 4K video wireless Bolt?”  Here it is. Teradek introduced the Bolt 4K Wireless video transmitter/receiver system at NAB 2019.

13 Apr 19
Liam VanderPloeg

Some behind the scenes footage of “Whites Day” at Seneca College. WFW was nice enough to lend the school and HMI-LED package truck for the day, including Arri M series fixtures, up to M40, as well as a large selection of grip gear. This BTS footage was shot by Liam VanderPloeg and Jonathan Koulouras. Canon […]

13 Apr 19
Liam VanderPloeg

This video has been nominated for a CME Award for best corporate video. Huge thanks to Sim Digital for letting me use their Arri Alexa Classic DEV to shoot around all the Seneca Campuses in the area for a project which will be played for all the graduating classes of 2019. Arri Alexa Classic Zeiss […]