If you listen to pop radio you are familiar with this song by Meghan Trainor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PCkvCPvDXk

So now go listen to THIS cover by Kate Davis….

The incredibly talented young performer you are watching is Kate Davis, and she’s the real deal. Not only does she possess the kind of voice that will take you back to the days of Billie Holiday, but she can also shred on the upright bass.

http://hellogiggles.com/kate-davis-all-about-that-bass-postmodern-jukebox

Science Woman Society Marching Squadron


I just wanted to let you know the my Science Woman Society Marching Squadronwon not only the Novelty Category for the Arlee July 4th parade but the Grand Prize as well!  Attached is a photo of Science Woman displaying our trophy.  We had nine participants, all wearing lab coats!  Beth Lo and her relatives and I twirled batons, 2 Science Women-In-Training carried the Earth, and signs, candy and tempo were contributed by the rest.  We proclaimed science formulas and enumerated science fields to a great response from the crowd. It was a lot of fun!

Science Woman Society Marching Squadron

Science Woman Society Marching Squadron


Dear friends, family and colleagues,

My Science Woman Society Marching Squadron (9 people strong!) participated in the recent Arlee July 4th Parade. 
The parade marched down Highway 93, as well as several of the small neighborhoods.
We won two awards – the Novelty category and the Grand Prize!  Our team included twirlers, signs, healthy candy distribution and transportation of a model of the earth. 
Film-maker Geoff Pepos recorded the event and put together a Fellini inspired short (3.5 minutes) of our triumphant march, a link for which I am attaching here.  If you want a laugh, or are a fan of Fellini, baton twirling or small towns in Montana, watch it and share it with a like-minded friend.  Feedback is appreciated.

Thanks, 

Leslie

Here is a link to the video: enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOnehqRzyyw&list=UUGB21XjJBStYfDVkXf95XPw

Science Woman Society Marching Squadron

How To Recognise Famous Painters According To The Internet

I recently accidentally revealed I have enough studio art credits for a degree but I never took Art History.

My college didn’t offer double majors when I was there so there didn’t seem like any point.

But now I’ve discovered this hilarious interpretation of art history….

“Art history has never been so easy! Reddit user DontTacoBoutIt (now a dead account) posted a series of famous paintings and gave short but hilariously accurate explanations on how to recognize their authors. According to him, Da Vinci’s works can be recognized by the bluish mist and locations reminiscent of Lord of The Rings movies, while Rubens’paintings can be identified by the figures’ large behinds.”

Click here for more….

How To Recognise Famous Painters According To The Internet

Garden Art

Gardening… the slowest of the performing arts….

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