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Unique ceramic sculpture on display at the Waterloo Center for the Arts WORKS BY NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CLAY SCULPTOR AND UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA GRADUATE THADDEUS ERDAHL ARE BEGIN FEATURED IN A NEW EXHIBIT AT THE WATERLOO CENTER FOR THE ARTS: SUR.REALITIES: CERAMIC SCULPTURE BY THADDEUS ERDAHL. THIS EXHIBIT WILL REMAIN ON VIEW Through September 20, 2009.

Erdahl's works tend toward the figurative and the surreal, with compelling and sometimes disturbing doses of irony and social commentary. There are approximately four different bodies of work presented in this exhibition: the figurative sculptures of children, collectively titled “Brief, Amusing Stories”, “The Salesmen”, “Memory Creatures”, and the “Communication Breakdown” series.

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sculptorthaddeuserdahl The figures representing childhood reflect Erdahl’s whimsical interpretations of being young as well as the imaginative versus the technological sources of play that exist for children today. “The Salesmen” were inspired by the concept of Erdahl’s own personal alter ego and the demands of an artist to “sell himself” to survive. Also inspired by personal experiences, the “Memory Creatures” reflect Erdahl’s frustrations with forgetting and the nebulous world where our memories are kept. A major shift occurred next, and during Erdahl’s last year of graduate study, he began exploring interactive sculpture wherein the viewers became the “figures” and Erdahl created objects that would experientially engage them. Focusing on communication breakdown and the rift between our internal and external modes of communicating, both interactive and figurative sculptures are utilized to represent this theme in the exhibition. Drawing is also a major component of Erdahl’s process and though he had been sketching for many years, his two-dimensional imagery recently evolved into large-scale drawings for the gallery to join the sculptures as collaborative thematic elements. The thread that ties each body of work together is the human condition and Erdahl’s fascination with the consciousness of self, how we represent ourselves, and how we struggle to communicate with others. With each body of work that Erdahl creates, a new idea drives

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . him, a new topic of research awaits him, and a fresh approach to creating ensues. Erdahl enjoys the challenges, the surprises, and the opportunities for discovery, and shows this exploration in this exhibit. The Friends of the Art Center will host a closing free gallery talk with artist Thaddeus Erdahl on Friday, September 18 at 7:00pm. Erdahl will also be hosting a 2-day workshop on September 19 and 20, where participants will have the opportunity to work with the artist in sculpting heads and surreal figures. The workshop is $50/person, will be held from 1:00-4:00pm each day, and includes all materials and firing. Pre-registration is required by calling the Waterloo Center for the Arts at (319) 291-4490. SUR.REALITIES: Ceramic Sculpture by Thaddeus Erdahl will remain on view through September 20, 2009 in the Waterloo Center for the Arts’ Reuling-Feldman Galleries. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00am - 5:00pm and Sundays, 1:00 - 5:00pm. Admission is free. The Waterloo Center for the Arts works in partnership with the community to build a stronger appreciation for the arts and to provide cultural experiences for people of all ages. For more information, call (319) 291-4490 or visit www.waterloocenterforthearts.org.

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about the artist Thaddeus Erdahl was born and raised in a La Porte City, Iowa. He received a Master of Fine Arts (ceramics) from the University of Florida, Gainesville in 2009, a Bachelor of Fine Arts, (ceramics) and Bachelor of Art, (art education) from the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls in 2004. Upon graduating Summa Cum Laude, he substitute taught K-12, was a ceramics instructor and an interim education coordinator at The Hearst Center for Arts, Cedar Falls, IA. Thaddeus was a University of Florida Alumni Fellowship recipient during his three years of graduate study, from 20062009. In the summer of 2008 Thaddeus attended Think Tank III, a national arts in higher education symposium, as a Graduate Fellowship Recipient. While completing his thesis show for graduate school at the University of Florida, he was chosen as the 2009-2010 Resident in Ceramic Sculpture for the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. He was also awarded a national research grant from NCECA (National Conference on Education for the Ceramic Arts) to study at the Fuse Factory this coming winter where he will be collaborating with electronics experts to further his study of sound components in conjunction with his mixed media sculpture. Thaddeus has exhibited his sculpture regionally and national throughout the United States. His most recent body of work uses forms derived from early 1900’s phonographs, sound and interactivity to inform viewers of breakdowns in communication. Learn more about the artist and his work at www.comic-opera.com. “Memory Creatures”, Thaddeus Erdahl PULSE: ISSUE 023 |  PULSE: ISSUE 022 | 6


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said they looked like "seagoing Easter eggs." Of additional regional interest is that Everett Longley Warner, the artist who supervised U.S. ship camouflage in both World Wars, was originally from Vinton, Iowa. Many of the photographs in the exhibition were provided by the Everett Warner Archives. Other materials were obtained from the Fleet Library at the Rhode Island School of Design, which recently exhibited 450 dazzle camouflage diagrams housed in its collection.

An exhibition about the role of artists in naval camouflage August 24 through September 20.

Curator of the exhibition is UNI Professor of Art and Distinguished Scholar Roy R. Behrens, who has written extensively on the history of camouflage. His most recent book, titled "Camoupedia: A Compendium of Research on Art, Architecture and Camouflage," was published in April 2009. An earlier book, "False Colors: Art, Design and Modern Camouflage," released in 2002, has been praised by critics as "an outstanding achievement" and "the best book on the subject."

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An exhibition about the role of artists in naval camouflage will be presented by the Gallery of Art at the University of Northern Iowa from August 24 through September 20. Titled "Seagoing Easter Eggs: Artists' Contributions to Dazzle Ship Camouflage," the exhibit includes photographs, ship models, and diagrams of ship camouflage designed by American artists during World War I. The exhibition focuses on a particular kind of camouflage called "dazzle painting," in which wartime ships were painted in brightly colored, abstract geometric shapes. The purpose of this camouflage was not low visibility, but confusion and course deception, for the purpose of diverting the aim of submarine gunners. When dazzled ships were introduced during World War I, the American public called them "cubist nightmares" and

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Arthur Geisert, with text by Bonnie Geisert exploring the life in four fictional but very familiar small towns. Mountain Town, River Town, Desert Town, and Prairie Town show the daily lives of the residents in these small towns throughout the year as they deal with the unique climate and geography of their areas and enjoy the company of their neighbors. DUBUQUE

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TREASURE TROVE OF WOODSTOCK PHOTOS UNEARTHED

Woodstock Experience Four decades after Woodstock, one of the most iconic events of the 1960s, it seemed we had seen everything there was of the four-day event. But for most of that time, a collection of 260 photographs, including panoramic crowd scenes and shots of performers on stage, sat in a Woodbridge, Conn., basement. By William Weir The Hartford Courant Dan Garson, then a 17-year-old photographer for his high school newspaper, took the photos. Other than a few that ran in the New Haven Register and some shots of skinny-dippers published in a magazine, Garson's photos had never seen the light of day. Garson died of melanoma at 39 in 1991, and now his Woodstock photos are being published in "Woodstock Experience," a twovolume limited-edition set (only 1,000 copies are available) that sells for $650. They also are featured this week in an exhibit at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Garson's brother, Steve, said he had no idea how good the photos were until his brother's friend, Brad LeMee, a professional photographer, contacted him.

"I liked them, but to me, they were just my brother's photos," Steve Garson said. "(LeMee) started contacting people in the know. I was really impressed that professional photographers -- people who were paid to be at Woodstock -said they were among the best pictures taken." The ad for the August 1969 music festival in upstate New York caught Dan Garson's attention. On a lark, he wrote to the organizers, requesting a press pass so he could cover it for Amity Regional High School's newspaper, and they gave him one. He had no driver's license, so he tagged along with two writers from the Register. The driver split after one day, but Garson stayed to the very end, when Jimi Hendrix closed the festival. Reports of Woodstock wildness worried Dan's parents, but he called to let them know he was fine. His family figures he hitched a ride home. Garson decided to become a photographer when he was 12, after helping his younger brother attain his "picture-developing badge" for the Cub Scouts. His other big interest was music. Steve Garson said it was that combination of hobbies, plus Dan's moxie, that led to some memorable encounters. Dan often took photos of bands in concert, and when they came around the next time, he would leave his work for them backstage in hopes of meeting them. He did this when the band Chicago came to perform at Quinnipiac University. With 14-year-old Steve in tow, Dan passed the photos to security, who passed them on to the band. Impressed, the members of Chicago told security to let the Garson brothers into the dressing room. "So there we were for an hour and a half, playing ping-pong and hanging out with Chicago," Steve recalled. Their sister, Linda Garson-Smith, remembers when Bobby Colomby, drummer for Blood, Sweat & Tears, phoned at 2:30 in the morning. Their mother answered and scolded the rocker for calling at that hour. Dan went on to be friends with Colomby. After graduating from high school, Garson studied photography PULSE: ISSUE 023 | 14 PULSE: ISSUE 023 | 14

at Rochester Institute of Technology, then studied film production in Toronto. He eventually founded his own business in Toronto, Fabulous Footage, which supplied film clips to production companies for movies and television shows. LeMee, then an employee of Fabulous Footage, saw one of Garson's Woodstock photos on the office wall and wanted to know more about it. Garson told him the story. LeMee was astounded by the quality, but Garson apparently wasn't interested in doing anything more with the photos.

Years after Garson's death, the cardboard box stayed in LeMee's thoughts. He was determined to make the photos public. It was something of a surprise when Harry and Gladys Garson, who by then had moved to Newton, Mass., received a call from LeMee about a year and half ago. "When we moved, you find things that you haven't seen in years," Harry Garson said. "Then we got a call from a fellow in Toronto who worked for Dan. Here they've been for 40 years, and Brad was the motivating force. He knew all the things that Dan had done." LeMee told him he wanted to get Dan's pictures published, prompting the family's frantic hunt for them. LeMee contacted Genesis Publications in England. Rona Elliot, a music journalist who helped put "Woodstock Experience" together, said she was grabbed by the story of how the photos surfaced.

And the actual photos were just as amazing, she said. When they saw the pictures, Elliot said, the editors decided right away that they needed a second volume just for Garson's photos. The other volume includes essays, a specially pressed vinyl record of Woodstock performances by Santana and Jefferson Airplane, maps of the farm and artwork by Peter Max and Shephard Fairey. Having lost their son so many years ago, Harry Garson said he and his wife "were thrilled" that Dan's work would be presented in such a high-profile way. Steve Garson said his family received a licensing fee for the book. LeMee will receive a portion of the proceeds to cover the expenses of travel and photo restoration.

"Woodstock Experience" is available only through Genesis Publications: www.genesis-publications.com.

Experience I 2 volume set

The hand-crafted box set not only recounts the incredible story behind Woodstock from original interviews with the musicians who played and the people who organized and attended, but also explores Woodstock from cultural, social, political and environmental standpoints. This beautiful package presents two cloth-bound volumes with additional loose leaf essays and prints, a collection of never before published lyrics, drawings, poems, monographs, diary entries, essays and works of art, which provide insight to Woodstock as experienced by the prominent artists, thinkers, politicians, writers, designers and photographers who lived it. Original content contributors include Arlo Guthrie, David Crosby, Country Joe McDonald, Ravi Shankar, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, Graham Nash and John Sebastian among many others.

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Willie Nelson

Smokey Robinson

Collective Soul

Great American songbook

Motown legend returns

Mainstream songs

2009 release from the Country/Pop icon. American Classic is Willie Nelson's return to the Great American Songbook, a crossover standards album by the man who invented the genre with his landmark, best-selling 1978 album Stardust, which has been certified five-times Platinum by the RIAA. Produced by Tommy LiPuma and featuring guest duet partners Norah Jones on the classic tale of seduction 'Baby It's Cold Outside' and Diana Krall on 'If I Had You.'

Motown legend, Smokey Robinson unleashes a new album of original material featuring guests Carlos Santana, Joss Stone and India.Arie lending their estimable musical talents plus famed graphic artist Shepard Fairey's Studio Number One providing the package art. Smokey's newest album will undoubtedly galvanize new fans as well as longtime admirers as this Motown trailblazer and national treasure is sure to dominate in 2009 as he celebrates a dazzling 50 years in the limelight.

Seven #1 Rock Hits, 4 Platinum Plus albums and 10 million total albums sold, Collective Soul return with their most ambitious album to date, Collective Soul. Recorded in just 45 days in their home studio in Georgia and produced by Ed Roland himself, the album features their most mainstream songs ever recorded. Songs from their last studio album Afterwords were featured in American Idol commercials, The Hills, Woman’s Murder Club, Shark, Celebrity Apprentice, Brothers and Sisters and 90210.

Black Crowes

Juliette Lewis

Pete Yorn/Scarlett Johansson

Thank you to their fans

New solo project

Relationship through duets

‘American Classic’ By Andrew Ryan

‘Before the Frost’ By Andrew Ryan

‘Time Flies When You’re Having Fun’

‘Rabbit’

By Barry Lund

‘Terra Incognita’

By Sherry Snodgrass

By David Hill

‘Break Up’

By Jaime Johnson

TWO LIVE STAGES of music with 28 artists/bands playing original music, folk, classic rock, blues, jazz, and hip hop – something for every musical taste. Saturday evening concerts at the Bottleworks and Cherry stages include headliners Blue Cat Alley, The Diplomats of Solid Sound and Dry Heat. THE FREE FESTIVAL ALSO FEATURES: 40 local and Midwest artists showing paintings, illustration, printmaking, photography, pottery, jewelry, glasswork and sculpture. Included in the exhibit will be work from two artist recovery groups (artists affected by the flood) representing Iowa City and Cedar Rapids. A NEW BO KIDZONE children’s area with music, dance, theater and art making activities for kids under 12. The Kidzone will also feature a New Bo City Market for kids. STREET PERFORMANCES by three dance companies: MoVmnt; Dancing with Scissors; Sisters of the Shifting Sands; A special Theatre Cedar Rapids Altar Boyz preview. Juggling by Doug Sayers. The magic and balloon fun of clowns Sparkles, Mr. Bubbles and Papa Balloon. In addition, look for street artists and musicians performing in and around the festival throughout the two days.

‘I Look to You’

SPECIAL EVENTS/EXHIBITS: Tours of the Bottleworks condominiums; Artworks open house at the Cherry Building; tours of Czech Village/New Bohemia by the National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library; A photographic display of the history of New Bohemia by Mark Hunter; A “This Place Matters” portrait event with Ann Kinney of Illusions Photography – have your picture taken with a historic building in the district building you would like saved (an Iowa Department of Economic Main Street sponsored project).

With over 170 million combined albums, singles, and videos sold worldwide during her career with Arista Records, Whitney Houston has established a benchmark for superstardom that will quite simply never be eclipsed in the modern era. Whitney's highly anticipated new studio album features a wide array of A-list producers including Stargate, R Kelly, Akon, Eric Hudson & Johnta Austin, Fernando Garabay & Harvey Mason Jr., Tricky Stewart, Swizz Beatz, David Foster and Diane Warren. On September 1, 2009, the Legend, the Icon, the Worldwide Superstar returns with her best work yet.

Location: 905 3rd Street SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa – at the Bottleworks and New Bo Park grounds (corner of 3rd Street SE and 10th Avenue SE) in the Czech Village/New Bohemia Cultural District Times: Saturday 10 am – 9:30 pm; Art Fair and New Bo Kidzone open until 5 pm; Evening stages 5 pm – 9:30 pm; Sunday 10 am – 5 pm.

Features 11 new unreleased Black Crowes' studio songs. A second album, titled ...Until The Freeze, will be given away for free exclusively through a unique download code included in Before The Frost... CD.

After four years, two full-length albums and high-profile tours and festival gigs alongside acts like the Killers, Foo Fighters, Muse and Chris Cornell with her roaring rock road show the Licks, Lewis is ready to unveil her new solo project.

Includes eight original compositions by Pete/Scarlett in the spirit of Serge Gainsbourg's recording with Brigitte Bardot. The album re-enacts the tempestuous course of a love affair on the rocks.

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1307 W. Ridgeway Ave., Waterloo 233-3545 Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - Worship Sunday: 10:40 a.m. - Sunday School and Adult Bible Fellowship Wednesday: 6:45 p.m. - Prayer Meeting Pastor Rich Van Heukelum www.wrbc.net CATHOLIC

Blessed Sacrament Faith Community 650 Stephan, Waterloo 233-6179

(Just north of the Big Blue Water Tower on University Ave.) Reconciliation: Saturday 3:30 p.m. Liturgy: Saturday 4:30 p.m. Sunday: 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. All Students Welcome Handicap Accessible CATHOLIC

St. Stephen the Witness Catholic Student Church www.ststephenuni.org 266-9863

(Next to UNI Book & Supply)

Eucharistic Liturgy Sun. 10:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Wednesday Prime Time 9:00 p.m. Many opportunities for Faith Connections! Small Groups, Retreats, Bible Study and Service are just a few! For more information . . . email

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Sunday: Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Preaching Service - 11:00 a.m. Evening Preaching Service - 6:00 p.m. Wednesday: Evening Preaching Service - 7:00 p.m. Pastor Andy Schmidt 319-833-0938 EPISCOPAL

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church 717 W. Bremer Ave., Waverly

INDEPENDENT

Cornerstone Fellowship 5626 Prairie St. Cedar Falls Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

352-1489

We invite all to join us for Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m. Wed. simple dinner at 6:00 p.m. 6:45 Scripture Reflection. All welcome to all or any part of the evening. Cedar Valley Episcopal Campus Ministries invites all College Students to join us on Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Find us at UNI at 909 W. 23rd (Old Bought Again Books). WELCOME BACK AUG. 30th! (Call 415-5747 for info.)

EPISCOPAL

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 2410 Melrose Dr., Cedar Falls, IA 319-277-8520 Sunday Morning Worship 9:00 a.m. Education Hour and Adult Forum following worship. Wednesday Light meal 6:00 p.m. EpiscoPals Education time 6:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

First Church of Christ, Scientist 6th and Walnut, Cedar Falls (319) 268-1240 Sunday School 9 a.m. Sunday Service 10 a.m. Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m. Reading Room (319) 268-1240 Lower Level of Church Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat. 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

LUTHERAN

Bethlehem Lutheran Church (ELCA) 4000 Hudson Rd. (1 miles south of the UNI Dome)

Traditional Worship - 8:30 a.m. Contemporary Worship - 11:00 a.m. Education Hour 9:45 a.m. www.bethlehemcf.org 266-3541 Sharing the Bread of Life With a Hungry World LUTHERAN - MISSOURI SYNOD

College Hill Lutheran & Brammer Student Center 2322 Olive St., Cedar Falls, IA 266-1274 Bible Study and Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Worship 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Vespers 7:00 p.m. Bible Study 8:00 p.m.

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St. Paul’s United Methodist Church

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Nazareth Lutheran Church University & Main • Cedar Falls 319-266-7589 • www.naz.org Summer Sunday Worship 8:45 and 11:00 a.m. Fall Worship Starts Sept. 13 8:30 a.m. - Traditional 9:50 a.m. - Blended 11:10 a.m. - Contemporary LUTHERAN ELCA

St. John Lutheran Church

www.stjohncf.org 715 College St., Cedar Falls 268-0165 Sunday Worship Services - 8, 9:30 and 10:50 a.m. Children’s Programs 9:30 a.m. Sundays and 6 p.m. Wednesdays Meal served at 5 p.m. Wednesdays For more info on our Quarter Life ministry, email Chris@stjohncf.org LUTHERAN ELCA Come Walk with Christ To Grow in Faith And Service in Love

Trinity Lutheran Church 605 West 4th St. Waterloo 235-6269

www.trinitywaterloo.org talc@dybb.com Worship: Sundays at 9 a.m., Thurs. 7 p.m. Sunday School: Sunday 10:15 a.m.

207 W. Louise St., Waterloo 232-4790 www.stpaulsumcwaterloo.com South of Allen Hospital just north of the new Carver Academy off of Hwy. 63. Making a Difference in Jesus’ Name! 9 a.m. Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Fellowship and Refreshments 10:30 a.m. Sunday School, 1st Grade thru Adult 11 a.m. “Little Ones to Him Belong” K and preschool mini-worship (with parent/s) 1st Wed. - 5:30 p.m. supper/6:30 Casual Worship A loving, active, joyful gathering of all ages. We LOVE nursing students, Med-tech and College students! Signing up now for Fall: “Financial Pease University” - Dave Ramsey

UNITED METHODIST

St. Timothy’s United Methodist Church 3220 Terrace Drive Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 319-266-0464

Dick Clark, Pastor

UNITARIAN-UNIVERSALIST

Unitarian-Universalist Church 3912 Cedar Heights Dr. Cedar Falls, IA 266-5640 Rev. Eva Cameron

Sunday Service: 9:30 a.m. Social Hour: 10:45 a.m. Children's Religious Education: 11:00 a.m. Adult Religious Education: 11:15 a.m. www.uusbhc.org www.uua.org

Website: http://www.sttims-umc.org

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Worship Schedule Sunday School - 9:00 a.m. Worship - 10:15 a.m.

Trinity Bible Church

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Corner South Main and Orchard Drive Cedar Falls 277-1377

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Christ Temple

Welcome students to the Cedar Valley area. “Biblical Answers for Troubled Times” Intercessory Prayer, Women, and Youth Groups Available Sunday Worship Services 11 am-1 pm Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Prayer and Bible Study - Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. On the Corner of 7th St. & South St. 902 South, Waterloo 319-234-0255 Pastor Lee Tolbert invites you to join us at Christ Temple.

Services: Sunday 8:20 a.m. and 11 a.m. with Sunday School for all ages 9:45 a.m. Wednesday Services 6:30: Awana, Genesis Youth Group, Prayer Group www.cedarfallstrinity.org

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Presbyterian Campus Connections “A place to call home.”

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Join us for 10:30 Sunday Worship Followed by a Free College Lunch! First Presbyterian Church 902 Main Street - Cedar Falls - (319)277-3930 Corner of 9th & Main in Cedar Falls Rides Available

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For additional information (including a trailer) on 16 To Life, visit: www.16tolifethemovie.org For additional information on the Landlocked Film Festival, visit: landlockedfilmfestival.com

Starring: Shaun White, Bob Burnquist, Ricky Carmichael, Travis Pastrana (II), Emile Hirsch.

Award-winning comedy, ‘16 to life’ filmed in McGregor, Iowa “16 to Life” premiered nationally at the Los Angeles Method Fest this year, where it received five nominations.

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day at the racetrack with a big group of his friends, when he is suddenly overcome by a gruesome, detailed premonition. He forsees an accident that sends flaming debris into the collapsing stands. He manages to evade the gruesome reality by getting his friends out in time, but as we know well by now, death is not so easily cheated. Nick must watch his friends die in horrific ways, one by one, while he races to figure out a way to cheat death once and for all. AUGUST 28

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Theatre. Additional Iowa screenings will occur in Elkader on September 3, 2009 and Okoboji on September 5, 2009. The romantic comedy stars Hallee Hirsh (Grey’s Anatomy, E.R., 90210) as Kate, a rural American teen who is turning 16. Kate’s angst about her sexual inexperience drives a comic quest for love and understanding on a birthday to end all birthdays. Before the end of the night, Kate and her best friend Darby will discover more about love than most 16-year-olds can imagine. This is the first feature film from Emmy-nominated writer/director Becky Smith (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy). “16 to Life” stars veteran screen actress Theresa Russell (Spiderman III, Black Widow), Jaime Gomez (Nash Bridges, Training Day), Carson Kressley (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy), Mandy Musgrave (South of Nowhere) and Shiloh Fernandez (Gossip Girl, The United States of Tara). Iowa actors play strong supporting roles in the film, including Nicholas Downs as Bobby, Ryan Gourley as Harley, and Brendan Dunphy as Jordan. The film features a number of other Iowa actors as well, and all supporting cast and extras were cast in Iowa. “16 to Life” premiered nationally at the Los Angeles Method Fest this year, where it received five nominations and won Best Film (Audience Award) and Best Supporting Actor (Theresa Russell). Several cast members will be in attendance at the Iowa screenings.

AUGUST 21 Shaun White, Bob Burnquist, Ricky Carmichael, Travis Pastrana (II), and Emile Hirsch.

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"Adirondack" that evokes trees 43 Peruvian singer Sumac 44 Journalists who write heart-tugging stories, slangily 45 Sue Grafton's "___ for Outlaw" 46 Sam & Dave's longtime record label 48 Home of the Great Dark Spot 50 That Suzanne Vega song with the "doo doo doo doo" chorus 56 "The Wrestler" director Aronofsky 57 Stadium section with cheaper tickets, usually 59 Kennel structures 60 Mississippi university that's home to the Fighting Okra 61 Accustom 62 Cleaned up a microscopic specimen, e.g. 63 Part of CBS: abbr. Down 1 Overly harsh 2 Pass along a bit of info 3 Reject 4 Pro league sometimes called the "Dream Tour

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Across 1 Dungeons & Dragons game runners, for short 4 Donkey's ancestors 13 Gets ready 15 Enter nonchalantly 17 Amassed, as a bar tab 18 Offshore company, financially speaking 19 Old Roman local levy (not derived from "eight") 21 Court request to the press 22 Springy sound effect in comics 24 Marlin searched for him 25 "I'll take that as ___" 26 Filled in for an author 32 Bulk food aisle container 33 March 28, 2009 event that made many homes go dark 34 Back muscle, for short 35 Least likely to rain 36 Mean Amin 39 "No Line on the Horizon" coproducer Brian 40 Copy down to the last detail 41 "Hey ___" (recurring "In Living Color" skit) 42 Literal translation of

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