Sam Kaiser, April 20, 1930: Killed while attempting to stop a speeding vehicle, Kaisers motorcycle struck a utility pole near 79th and Archer. Though never married, he was one of 10 children and many of his family members remain in the area, while some relatives went on to hold careers in law enforcement, including with the Chicago Police Department. A great nephew located the only known photo of Kaiser.
Zoo in April of this year after a two year stay at the Detroit Zoo. Aquila and the zoo’s other male polar bear, Wihelm, had both been sent to other zoos in summer 2011 as the zoo began an $8.5 million renovation and expansion of its polar bear exhibit. Aquila returned when renovations to the older part of the exhibit were completed.
Her civic and volunteer activities include serving as member and past president of the board of Community First Services. She has been president of the board for the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati; chairman of the board for Colonial Services, Inc.; and board member of Fort Hamilton Healthcare Corporation; Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati; and Animal Friends Humane Society. She was a member of Class V of Leadership Hamilton and is a former member of Rotary Club of West Chester/Liberty.
CAC curator Andrea Andersson discusses the Prospect.3 theme with P.3 curator Franklin Sirmans on Nov. The artists were selected by Franklin Sirmans, the curator of contemporary art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Prospect.3 also includes several other popup exhibits that were not selected by Sirmans.
Shirley McLean, Dakota Derosier and Denise Derosier had parts, along with Lisa Kooshet.Kooshet, who helped out the film crew in 2014 says the experience was exciting and grueling.”There were a lot of long days of filming and running around but it was a great experience,” said Kooshet. “They were an awesome crew to work with.”A local drum/singing group, consisting of Tyson Gardner, Louis Pitchenese, Raymond Derosier Jr. And Caleb Esquega, were featured.Further background roles were filled by Danine Chief, Rodney Howe, Ashley Thorburn, Jason Williams, Walter Green and Daniel Cantin.Jones says he hopes the high profile festival premiere will help the film secure a wider release.”I want as many people to see it as possible,” said Jones.
Not only does play help a child learn what the world feels like, tastes like, how their bodies move in it, and how to manipulate it, it takes the pressure off. Learning through flashcards, workbooks, and drills (“What’s this number? And this letter? What colour is this apple?”) isn’t much fun for anyone. But playing eye spy is! Eye spy with my little eye, something that is red.