It's usually the third Thursday of the month, but this month it was the third Wednesday in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Much green. Yea! We (heart) Bradenton, Florida.
...performed by The Joneses in Sarasota, Florida. Video made by Robin 'Roblimo' Miller -- http://internetvideopromotion.com
...performed live by The Joneses in Sarasota, Florida.
The much-loved Arlo Guthrie song performed outdoors in Sarasota, Florida, by The Jones: Tom Terrific Jones on bass, Cadillac Bob Jones on drums, Bill 'Swing Daddy' Jones on gee-tar.
The Freethought Film Festival -- http://freethoughtfilmfest.org/ expects to have its international debut this year in Tampa, Florida. Why Tampa? Because it's where founder and executive director Andrea Steele lives, and because, says Andrea, "It's a progressive city."
SARASOTA - video courtesy of http://TherBradenteonTimes.com - The year 2010 is the 100th anniversary of early land developer Bertha Palmer's arrival in Sarasota. It was celebrated in grand style on Sunday, Jan. 31.
http://140characters.me/ characters, led by Cate Colgan -- http://cate.tv/ -- wanted to speak at http://nyc.140conf.com/ -- so they wanted a video proposal. Here it is. Lots of Picture-in-Picture and fast-cut action, as befits people who only deal with 140 characters at a time. (Video made by http://internetvideopromotion.com )
BRADENTON, FLORIDA: The Bradenton Village of the Arts -- http://www.villageofthearts.com -- opened its long-awaited community welcome center on January 8, 2010. "The Village now has a meeting place... it has a heart, geographically," said Kevin Webb, president of the Artists Guild of Manatee.
The Welcome Center has information about all Village galleries and other businesses, including their days and hours of operation, and displays representative samples of each gallery's offerings.
On the last Thursday of every month, liberals gather at Shakespeare's English Pub and... drink. Liberally. There may be a similar group near you -- find out at http://livingliberally.org/drinking/ -- and if there isn't, you can start one. Video courtesy of http://www.internetvideopromotion.com ~~
If you live in or near the Fair Lanes Acres mobile home community in Bradenton, Florida, or you like to attend local classic car shows, you've likely seen Sherwood Moore tooling around in his 1923 Model T Ford. He likes to drive it, not just show it off, and loves to give people rides. Children, even more than adults, love Sherwood and his Model T. He even has funny hats for them to wear when they ride with him. You can hear that "ah-oo-gah horn blocks away. Then comes that classic Model T engine mutter. Sadly, this video is as close as most people today will get to an actual ride in a Model T, an experience once so common that no one thought about it for a second
http://www.theboneshakers.net/ - "FLORIDA'S KICK ASS ROCK N ROLL BAND" - parties hardy (along with a few hundred close friends) at the Gator Club in Sarasota, Florida. If you've never partied with The Boneshakers, this video will give you an idea of what you're missing.
http://www.theboneshakers.net/ - "FLORIDA'S KICK ASS ROCK N ROLL BAND" - shot live with no additional light at the Gator Club in Sarasota, Florida on October 30, 2009 with a single tripod-mounted camera in the middle of a boisterous crowd. Sound was recorded with a matched pair of Behringer C4 studio microphones.
This is a 100% faithful "audience ear view" of this performance. I jazzed up the visuals a little with some pan/zoom action and SFX in post-production, but did absolutely nothing to the sound.
Now I'm trying to figure out:
A) How much I should charge to make this sort of video, and
B) If there are any performers around here who have money to pay me. :)
"After 30 years in this business, there's hardly a problem I've never seen before. That's why I can fix appliances ASAP -- at the lowest possible price," says owner Mike Taylor -- http://applianceserviceasap.com
In 2008 I visited the site of Florida's first Earthship home -- http://www.roblimo.com/node/329 . I'm pleased to report that now, as of Oct. 1, 2009, construction is coming along nicely.
Velva Lee Heraty has a site about her serious business — http://www.sixdegreesofsuccess.com — but to an awful lot of people in the Tampa Bay area, she’s known as Dream Momma, whose dream interpretations show up at http://tampa.creativeloafing.com
Rye Road -- http://myspace.com/ryeroad -- is a popular country/rock band in Bradenton, Florida. They've just signed their first "major record label" deal, so watch for them. Video by http://internetpromotion.com -- "Professional videos for people on tight budgets."
Bluegrass classic "Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms" performed by The Electric Myakka Band -- http://myakkamusic.com/ -- July 4, 2009. Recorded live at the Olympia Theater in Palmetto, Florida by Robin 'Roblimo' Miller -- http://internetvideopromotion.com