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Slight #ThrowBackThursday to 3.31.18, when I had the opportunity to be the photographer for The Ballers Brand Agency party.
Salute to @parkst_cantina for the space, @iamdjauthorize for the music, and my fam @gorgeousgordygirl for the opportunity! 🍾✨ • • •
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Don't worry brothers. I didn't forget where I came from. Who was down with me and who we were up on. 💯 don't let no negativity discourage your choices. You can sit in the success of your choices or the stupidity of theirs.
Guess who met the mayor today! One thing I can say about this girl is she is not shy at all! Walked right up and introduced herself! Gonna be a force to be reckoned with! #cityofcolumbus#andrewginther#princess2x
Thank you to @urbanlandinstitute for hosting this tour last week of the soon to be finished National Veterans Memorial and Museum. Thank you to all of our brave Veterans. We can't wait for this great Columbus asset to finish up! Over 50,000 SF right on the Scioto River with a rooftop ampitheater!
I'm thrilled to announce that I've been awarded an Artists in the Community Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson Professional Development & Research grant. My thanks go to the City of Columbus, Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, and the Columbus City Council and to the Greater Columbus Arts Council. This generous award from the Arts Council will help me attend Dance Ranch Marfa--an intensive week-long workshop with the Lower Left Collective. This established performance company has decades of experience focusing on ensemble improvisational dance performance. This is an incredible opportunity and a great match for the work that I've been involved in with the SeaBus Dance Company. I look forward to learning from them and making connections with other dancers from around the world...out there in the middle of West Texas.
Here we go again. Oh yeah, second #pothole damaged tire in 45 days. I hit this around 70e bound left lane Hague ave. Best believe I will be Filling a claim on this. Too bad they charge $25 a pop. Thanks #cityofcolumbus
These #potholes on 670 and Main Street tho🤦🏾♂️ I thought I just seen my vehicle dash light up requesting FMLA🤷🏾♂️ #cityofcolumbus#fix ...These pot holes got vehicles on the berm looking like a soul train line
CLOSED TODAY, (2/19) for our annual visit to see how much we have to give back to the government...fun! Bekah’s back tomorrow. Jim’s back Thursday. Thanks, Gahanna! 💈🙌
@mugandbrush_barbers_gahanna @mugandbrush_barbers @mugandbrushsessions @spa_grove @creeksideeventcenter @creeksidegahanna @cityofgahanna @visitgahanna @cityofcolumbus @experiencecolumbus @onlyincbus
So I just almost ran into the back of this van. It has no brake lights. I got on the side of him and signaled for him to roll down his windows but he looked at me then looked away. There's no contact info on the side of the van. Here's his plates. Not sure who to call. I just don't want anyone running into the back of him. #cityofcolumbus#AEP
“Grip” - I love how many scooters there are in @shortnorthartsdistrict - these may be the preferred method of transportation after they finish ruining what makes the Short North so special (or, maybe hover boards, that would be cool) @cityofcolumbus are you listening? Nah, didn’t think so... deals have already been made.
Savannah Lines (aka Ocean Steamship Co.) has had many vessels under their belt. One I have already made a post of way back, that being City of Atlanta. This one is an older ship, albeit similar in standard design, the City of Columbus. The steamer started life in 1878, as a merchant that could carry large quantities of both cargo and passengers. She was 270 ft long, weighed some 2,200 tons, and could make just at 15 knots. She was unique in being built in the time frame when sail was still around as a secondary means of propulsion (having two masts as well as one screw). She served faithfully for her company overlords for a few years; at least long enough to earn a profit for her construction of imagine. Things took a turn for the worst however in early 1884. It’s January 18th and City of Columbus is steaming off of the coast of Massachusetts when the weather looked badly down upon the ship. Winds picked up and the worsening conditions meant that she was being driven off course and pushed closer to land. No amount of maneuvering helped and the vessel found herself grounded off of Gay Head with the lighthouse within sight. The area in which she grounded was known as Devil’s Bridge Reef, the rocks, City of Columbus was doomed. The storm slid her stuck fast hull along the jagged edge and a massive influx of water came in and dragged her to the bottom of the coast. Rescue ships came quickly, but were unfortunately only able to find 29 people still clinging to life. The disaster would claim the lives of 103 people, most trapped in the hull when she sank. #massachusetts#gayhead#lighthouse#devilsbridge#reef#wreck#ship#photo#maritime#history#sketch#art#merchantmarine#merchantnavy#1878#1884#2018#lestweforget#gale#storm#noreaster#cityofcolumbus