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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

I am the flag of the United States of America.


I am the flag of the United States of America.

(Image courtesy of the Westminster Municipal Band – they are awesome. Just saying.)

My name is Old Glory.
I fly atop the world's tallest buildings.
I stand watch in America's halls of justice.
I fly majestically over institutions of learning.
I stand guard with power in the world.
Look up and see me.

I stand for peace, honor, truth and justice.
I stand for freedom. I am confident.
I am arrogant. I am proud.
When I am flown with my fellow banners,
My head is a little higher,
My colors a little truer.
I bow to no one!
I am recognized all over the world.
I am worshipped - I am saluted.
I am loved - I am revered.
I am respected - I am feared.

I have fought in every battle of every war for more than 200 years.
I was flown at Valley Forge, Gettysburg, Shiloh and Appamatox.
I was there at San Juan Hill, the trenches of France, in the Argonne Forest, Anzio, Rome and the beaches of Normandy.
Guam, Okinawa, Korea and KheSan, Saigon, Vietnam know me.
I was there. I led my troops.
I was dirty, battleworn and tired,
but my soldiers cheered me and I was proud.

I have been burned, torn and trampled on the streets of countries
I have helped set free. It does not hurt for I am invincible.
I have been soiled upon, burned, torn and trampled in the streets of my country.
And when it's done by those whom I've served in battle - it hurts.
But I shall overcome - for I am strong.
I have slipped the bonds of earth and
stood watch over the uncharted frontiers of space from my vantage point on the moon.
I have born silent witness to all of America's finest hours.
But my finest hours are yet to come.
When I am torn into strips and used as bandages for my wounded comrades on the battle field,
when I am flown at halfmast to honor my soldier,
or when I lie in the trembling arms of a grieving parent at the grave of their fallen son or daughter,

I am proud.
I am the flag of the United States of America.

Originally entitled, My Name is Old Glory by Howard Schnauber
© 1994 the author [Mr. Schnauber has given permission to the public to use this poem for program or publishing purposes. Please credit the Fort Collins Public Library Local History Archive, Oral History Interview of Mr. Howard Schnauber, the author.]

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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Details of the death of KTLA news anchor Chris Burrous released.

Details of the death of KTLA news anchor Chris Burrous released.

Apparently, it is one of those days in which it is not safe to read the news. First, there is the not so family-friendly story coming out of California about the sudden death of KTLA news anchor Chris Burrous.

Burrous, who is married to another journalist, died during a drug-enhanced – crystal meth - hook-up with another partner, who just happened to not be his wife. Oh, the details. You cannot make this stuff up. SMH.


I just do not get it. To rise to the level of accomplishment as Burrous and throw it away and die over a hook-up makes no sense.

According to the article in Yahoo, found here: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/ktla-anchor-chris-burrous-cause-230148391.html, that is not really safe for work, “An investigative report on KTLA anchor Chris Burrous has determined that his cause of death was attributed to methamphetamine toxicity, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office. Burrous, 43, was found unconscious at a motel in Glendale, Calif on December 27, and later died at the hospital. The death has been ruled as accidental

“The coroner’s report said that in addition to the Class A drug, ‘Other contributing factors include hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.’”

Wait-wait it gets worse, if that were possible.

“Glendale police were contacted by a man who told them “an individual he was with had passed out and was possibly not breathing.” The man he was with administered CPR before Burrous was taken to the hospital. The medical emergency occurred during a sexual encounter, the report specified. It went on to explain that Burrous had met up through the Grindr app with a male companion, with whom he had met four times previously. During the encounter, Burrous inserted two “rocks” of crystal meth through his rectum before falling unconscious.

“GHB was also found at the scene, although the report indicated it had been consumed by the other man and not Burrous. The other man was not charged with any crime.

“The well-known news anchor had been a regular face on KTLA since 2011, co-anchoring the weekend edition of KTLA Morning News as well as serving as a correspondent for other KTLA telecasts. He was also one of the reporters covering the state’s recent wildfires as well as the mass shooting at Thousand Oaks’ Borderline Bar & Grill. He was also known for his “Burrous Bites” segments on local restaurants.


“Burrous is survived by his wife Mai Do-Burrous, a journalist whom he met while working at KGET, and their 9-year-old daughter.”
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Somewhere I Belong (Official Video) - Linkin Park

Somewhere I Belong (Official Video) - Linkin Park


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The only actor nominated for an Oscar in Spike Lee's film "BlacKkKlansman," is white.


The only actor nominated for an Oscar in Spike Lee's film
"BlacKkKlansman," is white.

Feb. 24, 2019

In recent years, watching the Oscars has become tedious. For
that matter, when I did media criticism years ago for another publication, I
wrote about the Oscars becoming irrelevant mindless drivel. So many pathologically
narcissistic Hollywood-types examining their navel with a cracked mirror.

In the latest Oscar death rattle: according to an article I
found on Yahoo, “Aubrey Plaza rips on Oscars and Netflix in hilarious Spirit
Awards monologue:”  https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/aubrey-plaza-rips-oscars-netflix-005201592.html
which first appeared in USA TODAY, “The host of the Spirit Awards, Aubrey
Plaza, used part of her opening monologue to make fun of the Oscars…

“Another part of Plaza's monologue that got plenty of laughs
was about Spike Lee's film "BlacKkKlansman," because its only actor
nominated is a Caucasian star.

" 'BlacKkKlansman' explores the struggle of a black
police officer to find his role in the fight against white supremacy. So
congratulations to the sole nominee from that film today, Adam Driver. We are
so proud of you. You were the best one. I’m sure they’ll do the white
thing."

You cannot make this up. I have not watched the Oscars in
years. It is no longer relevant. It killed itself with its pathological narcissistic
personality defect.



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Thursday, February 21, 2019

An ice storm on February 21, 1902 paralyzed Carroll County


Dayhoff Time Flies: An ice storm on February 21, 1902
paralyzed Carroll County Time Flies Sunday, February 17, 2019 by Kevin Dayhoff

Almost 120 years ago. Carroll County experienced a rain and
sleet storm that the American Sentinel newspaper hailed as “The Great Sleet
Storm,” according to a published account written for the Historical Society of
Carroll County in Feb. 1994 by local historian and Historical Society executive
director, now Judge Joe Getty.

[…]

In 1902, Carroll countians were just starting to become
dependent on the telephone, telegraph, and electric power. So you can imagine
the paralysis which resulted as The Democratic Advocate proclaimed: “The
wreck of the system in this city of the Western Maryland Telephone Company was
nearly complete. Two-thirds of the poles were down, cross-arms broken off and
wires snapped and tangled all over the city, particularly from the railroad
east.”

[…]

Lately, February in Maryland has been living up to its
reputation and turning into an endurance contest. This column goes best with Antonio Vivaldi’s “L’inverno,” the winter movement of “The Four Seasons”
violin concerto written in 1723. Who knew Vivaldi invented heavy metal in
1700s?


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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Robert Mapplethorpe’s Photography at the Guggenheim…


JANUARY 23, 2019: See and Be Seen: Robert Mapplethorpe’s Photography at the Guggenheim…

Who is up for a road trip: JANUARY 23, 2019: See and Be Seen: Robert Mapplethorpe’s Photography at the Guggenheim…

According to an article By Caitlin Dover on the Guggenheim’s website here: https://www.guggenheim.org/blogs/checklist/see-and-be-seen-robert-mapplethorpes-photography-at-the-guggenheim

[…] 

Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now, which opens this Friday, January 25 at the Guggenheim, presents selections of the artist’s work thirty years after his death. Drawn from extensive holdings gifted to the museum by the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation in 1993, the show includes iconic images of nudes and flowers, explicit depictions of the S&M underground, portraits of the likes of Philip Glass and Andy Warhol, and Mapplethorpe’s intriguing and moving self-portraits.

The exhibition will have two phases; the second phase, which opens in July, will delve into Mapplethorpe’s impact on portraiture and self-representation, showing works by contemporary artists Rotimi Fani-Kayode, Lyle Ashton Harris, Glenn Ligon, Zanele Muholi, Catherine Opie, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya.

[…]

Also ….

OCTOBER 11, 2018 Who Was Hilma af Klint?: At the Guggenheim, Paintings by an Artist Ahead of Her Time By Caitlin Dover

NEW YORK Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5TH AVE, NEW YORK, NY BETWEEN 88TH & 89TH ST. March 23, 2007 K.E. Dayhoff



Of course, that would be a road trip to the Guggenheim in New York. But if want to go to VENICE Peggy Guggenheim Collection, or BILBAO Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, or ABU DHABI Guggenheim Abu Dhabi; just say the word… 

Museums Guggenheim, Museums, Art Artists Mapplethorpe Robert, Art Artists, Art photographers, Art photography, US st New York City,

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Reviewing the art submitted for the magazine Creative Expressions – at Carroll Lutheran Village


Reviewing the art submitted for the magazine Creative Expressions – at Carroll Lutheran Village

A little while ago, just before the holidays I was mailed my copy of the magazine ‘Creative Expressions’ from Carroll Lutheran Village. I set my copy on the corner of my desk to look at later… Well, I finally got a chance to uncover it. It is wonderful to leaf through the magazine with art from the residents at Carroll Lutheran Village. It just seems like yesterday that we did the judging – but it was a number of months ago, that I was among the three local artists that met on Aug. 2, 2018 to select the artwork at Carroll Lutheran Village

On Sunday, September 2, 2018, [Update: 30Dec2018,] the Carroll County Times ran a copy of the picture we took that day in the section called, “Prime,” news for the 55-forward community. Page C3 Sunday, September 2, 2018. [Update: 30Dec2018] Creative Expressions - Three local artists met on Aug. 2 to select the artwork to appear on the covers of Creative Expressions, the annual Carroll Lutheran Village creative magazine produced by residents [that was just recently released.] The artwork was created by Village residents and staff for the 2018 issue of Creative Expressions.

From left: Kelwin Warren, Creative Expressions Committee Chair Jane Nupp, Kevin Dayhoff, Lyndi McNulty, and Creative Expressions photographer George Painter. Creative Expressions will be publish in late November. COURTESY PHOTO/CARROLL LUTHERAN VILLAGE

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Monday, February 18, 2019

Yesterday, 17feb2019, we attended the 7:45 a.m. service at Grace Lutheran Church.


Yesterday, 17feb2019, we attended the 7:45 a.m. service at Grace Lutheran Church so that we could also go to the breakfast at the Reese fire hall. We really enjoyed the breakfast and saw lots of neat people, including Commissioner Dick Weaver and his wife, Lila. 

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Kevin Dayhoff at the 2nd Off Track Art show February 11, 2009 – July 5, 2009.



Kevin Dayhoff at the 2nd Off Track Art show February 11, 2009 – July 5, 2009. "OFF TRACK ART" an Artist Cooperative at 11 Liberty St— side entrance in downtown Westminster, MD. 20081209 20131231 OTA



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Sunday, February 10, 2019

Museum at The Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1.


Museum at The Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1. 8Feb2019

Fire CC Depts 03 Westminster, Fire CC Depts 03 Westminster history museum, #Westminster, #WestminsterFireCo, #Dayhoffphotoblog, #DayByDay, Dayhoff Daily Photoblog, 

Thursday, February 07, 2019

Reflections upon the view


Reflections upon the view from the other side of the tracks. To paraphrase Leonard Cohen, "It's not a cry that you hear tonight, And it's not some pilgrim who claims to have seen the light, No, it's a cold and … very broken [rainy night.] " 7Feb2019

Tuesday, February 05, 2019

Simon O'Shine - Miss You (Maxi Wox Remix)


Simon O'Shine - Miss You (Maxi Wox Remix)

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July 7, 1929 “Pleasure Crazed” movie set



July 7, 1929 “Pleasure Crazed” movie set.

Kevin Dayhoff February 5, 2019

This is a picture featuring an elegant art nouveau – art deco
entranceway from the set from an obscure black and white American movie, “Pleasure
Crazed,” which was released by Fox Film Corporation on July 7, 1929.

The movie was based upon “The Scent of Sweet Almonds” by
Monckton Hoffe and features themes involving a poor writer, con-artists, intrigue,
deception, infidelity, and suicide.

The 60-minute film was directed by Donald Gallaher and
Charles Klein and written by Douglas Z. Doty and Clare Kummer. The
cinematographers were Glen MacWilliams and Ernest Palmer. It was edited by J.
Edwin Robbins.

The melodramatic movie featured the work of Marguerite
Churchill, Kenneth MacKenna, Dorothy Burgess, Campbell Gullan, Douglas Gilmore,
and Henry Kolker.

The movie was made when the Great Depression was just beginning
and film design and technology were in its infancy. It was a time when art deco
was transitioning into ‘modernism,’ and many highly stylized movies and
literary works featured the excesses of the life of the rich and famous. In
retrospect, many historians view the era as an attempt to distract much of the
population from the rigors and depravations of the Great Depression.  

It is hard to find information about the movie. According to
the American Film Institute, an April 21, 1920 New York Times news item, “Fox
bought the rights to Monckton Hoffe's story, which was written as a play but
never produced. The same article included Earle Foxe in the cast, but his
appearance in the released film has not been confirmed…

“Alma Dean and her husband, Anthony, rent a house from a
trio of crooks who have the intention of stealing the wife's jewels. The female
member of the group remains in the guise of a housekeeper, and gradually she
and Anthony become very fond of each other.

“In the meantime, Alma is playing around with a poor writer,
and Anthony, miserable, leaves her, accidentally carrying away a flask
containing poison.

“Previously, the writer dared Alma to commit suicide, but
when she sees her husband take this very flask, she says nothing. The
"housekeeper," learning of the state of affairs, chases after Anthony
and wrecks her car at the garage where he is buying gasoline. The situation is
satisfactorily resolved…”

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Sharon Van Etten - "Taking Chances" (Official Video)

Sharon Van Etten - "Taking Chances" (Official Video)

Sharon Van Etten, 'Are We There' out May 27th (May 26th in the UK) on Jagjaguwar.


http://smarturl.it/sharonvanetten4 Director, Editor & DP: Michael Palmieri http://michaelpalmieri.com

SVE contacted me a few months back to see if I'd like to come up with some ideas for "Taking Chances", her first single off the new record. When I first heard the song the lyrics immediately made me think about the opening sequence to the great Agnes Varda film "Cleo from 5 to 7", one of my favorites. I usually mull over ideas for days or weeks before coming up with anything decent to share with an artist, but this one just came out immediately. I sent a sketch of the idea onto Sharon and Zeke Hutchins, her manager, then I didn't hear back from them for over a week, at which point I thought, well, damn, they must hate the idea, I blew it! But soon Zeke contacted me and asked if Sharon had sent me the album artwork. I said, no, I haven't even heard anything else off the album yet, let alone seen anything from it. Sharon then texted me pretty much the same question, "Did Zeke send you the album before you wrote this?" Nope. I didn't understand what the big deal was. Finally they sent me a photograph that's a big component of the album artwork, it's this beautiful aged picture of Agnes Varda standing in front of a bazillion reels of 16mm film. This image of one of my filmmaking heroes has been hanging on Sharon's wall wherever she's lived for years and years to the point where it's all tattered and weather-worn. I like to think that Ms. Varda is standing in front of a bunch of reels from Cleo from 5 to 7, but who knows. It's just one of the strangest coincidences, and it made us all feel like the video had to be made. So now I can safely say the video is inspired by two incredible women: Sharon, for her musical inspiration, and Agnes Varda, whose inspiration on the both of us is quite apparent.

Sharon Van Etten Artist Page http://www.jagjaguwar.com/artist.php?...






Sharon Van Etten - "Taking Chances" from 'Are We There' out May 27th (May 26th in the UK) on Jagjaguwar. #SharonVanEtten #TakingChances #Vevo #Indie #VevoOfficial

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Sharon Van Etten - Seventeen

“Seventeen” by Sharon Van Etten

Feb. 5, 2019

Hat Tip: Leslie Eckard

Sharon Van Etten is epic. I follow her here: https://www.facebook.com/SharonVanEttenMusic/ She reminds me somewhat of a combination of Leonard Cohen, and Marianne Faithfull…

She is in DC this coming Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at the 9:30 Club. Speaking of the theme of this video – when was the last time you did the club scene in DC?

This songs reminds me of my downtown New York City Greenwich Village, Sherman Square - Needle Park, Verdi Square, Washington Square years, going from gallery to gallery and agent to agent with my art slides. 

There is a good interview with her in the Jan. 3, 2019 New York Times by Joe Coscarelli, “The Many Lives of Sharon Van Etten - After her first child and a turn toward television, the singer-songwriter returns with a fresh outlook and a new sound on “Remind Me Tomorrow,” her fifth album.” Find the article here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/03/arts/music/sharon-van-etten-remind-me-tomorrow-interview.html?action=click&module=RelatedLinks&pgtype=Article




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Saturday, February 02, 2019

Giulianova Groceria soup cooking class with Billy Schroeder


Caroline and Sherry and I are in a Giulianova Groceria soup cooking class with Billy Schroeder at 11 E. Main St. in downtown Westminster. 2Feb2019 With more than 20 folks in the class. This is really fun. We should call it the firefighters cooking class because members of New Windsor, Sykesville, and Westminster make up a large portion of the class.