:: Muralist: 'I believe in Nashville'
:: Mural comes crashing down
:: Race day in rural Davidson and Metro 50th Project
:: Polar Plunge 2013
:: Couchsurfing pairs songwriter and world traveler
Little League World Series 2012:
A hero's welcome
:: Kingston Springs battered by storms and Couple escapes harm
Scenes from the Series
The game-day walk
Team loose before national championship
Team Parents: What will they remember?
Team Parents: Hometown support gives boost
Top play makes it to ESPN
:: Nashville mayor rides bike to support program
:: Report reveals difficulties for TN children
:: 98 years later
Project: Nashville Self-Portrait
The Story of Black Friday (in tweets)
Michelle Obama creates buzz in rare visit
Tennessee reacts to early-morning Amber Alert
Dolly Parton announces amusement park to fanfare
Anime, horror fans flock to Nashville
Parks plagued by gang crime
Tennessee Walking Horse Industry (contributing)
News Virginian multimedia (links unavailable)
:: Cortes de Nico
:: Frank's had flair
:: Across the Miles
:: Evidence of a killing
:: Reassessments in Craigsville are booming (Video)
Star Tribune video projects
During three months at the Star Tribune, I completed the reporting and production on the following video projects:
July 8: Tiny idea, big wheel shows Tiny URL creator Kevin Gilbertson practicing a synchronized unicycle routine with the Twin Cities Unicycle Club. Story.
July 19: Old-time baseball features the Quicksteps baseball team, which plays by 1860 rules.
July 26: Pilots build what they fly and take acrobatic flights. Story.
Aug. 7: Twin Cities musical saw players break out of their local venues with their wobbling and whirring instruments. Gig Saw story.
Security guard Roger Brown turned a would-be boring job into one he loved. Story.
Hillsdale Collegian slideshows (links unavailable)
A marionette workshop
Cashore communicates emotion through motion. His performances include
the music of Ralph Vaughn Williams, Antonio Vivaldi, Ludwig van
Beethoven and Aaron Copland.
Freshman Xingshuo Liu walks around campus quiet and innocent, even sweet. But when it comes to the game "Go," Liu admits she's not afraid to get aggressive - and even a little mean.
Five weeks ago, sheltered from the snow and freezing cold, Hillsdale College Horticulturalist Angie Girdham began sowing the seeds that will make this year's May 10 commencement beautiful.
Inside the Star Lab
Alex de Grassi
Fingerstyle guitar innovator Alex de Grassi punctuated a busy Friday on campus with a guitar master class and a performance in Markel Auditorium for a capacity audience.
Last meal in Curtiss
With the opening of the new Grewcock Student Union, complete with new student dining facilities, The Collegian documented the last meal served in Curtiss Dining Hall.
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