Why do some of us feel so seen by the Australians? I’m only embarrassed that I’ve taken this long to come up with that question. For me, it’s been percolating for several months, owing in no small part to the […]
It’s about time I featured another one of ND’s photographer and her work. This time it’s Jill Kettles from Atlanta, who mixes photography with her work as a publicist and her life as a raconteur, shoe aficionado, and purveyor of purple […]
Your ND photographers have been quite busy of late, so it’s an opportune time to share their photographs. Especially so for the two hardest working photographers in the East: Steve Mack and Chad Cochran (both from Ohio). Plus, C. Elliott […]
The use of the music video has long been part of the promotional kit, the combination of image and sound an effective vehicle to enroll the senses (and checkbooks) of potential viewers / listeners. In addition, in a field where […]
This week, I’m continuing my little diversion away from radio personalities and into the world of “behind the scenes” music industry veterans who help to get good music to your ears. This time around, I talked with noted Los Angeles music publicist Cary […]
I can no longer call the Nelsonville Music Festival the best kept secret in Southeast Ohio. While it remains modest in size — and way more comfortable and friendly than some larger festivals — music aficionados have discovered this laid back, musically […]
As you may recall, the March 1 edition of this column featured photojournalist Jill Kettles. Well, Ms. Kettles makes an encore appearance today, in both words and photos in her coverage of Alabama’s Hangout Festival. Here, then, is her impressionistic, near-stream-of-consciousness […]
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