Here’s the second and final batch of blog stories that our subscribers didn’t receive by email while our subscription service was “paused” mistakenly. (Here’s the first batch of five.)
Five Posts that Our Subscribers Didn’t Receive
“Wild Reels Film Festival Highlights Outdoor Recreation“ featured the outstanding new film festival in Greenbelt this year – the Wild Reels Film Festival – and the very outdoorsy Greenbelters who organized it – Philip Larkin and Heather Passchier, shown above. The festival is described in promotions as “an afternoon of adventure, advocacy, and outdoor inspiration, with a hefty helping of crux-sending, sub-zero, boat-swamping, keep-the-rubber-side-down awesomeness. We’ve pulled together a two-hour lineup of award-winning short films from the Banff Film Festival, MountainFilm, and more.” The post includes several trailers, too.
“Greenbelt, – Where Musicians are Video’d for YouTube” covers the impressive collections of music videos that have been made, so far, of performances here in Greenbelt. Many are to be found in the New Deal Cafe playlist on the Greenbelt, Maryland YouTube channel.
And on the Greenbelt Access TV YouTube channel there’s a Music from the New Deal Cafe playlist and 27 videos in its “Miscellaneous Performances” playlist, including those by the Greenbelt Concert Band, the Merry Ukulettes and the Eleanor Roosevelt High School Jazz Band. A particularly memorable performance is the “A Candle in the Window” video for peak-covid Christmas by Chris Cherry.
“Greenbelt Robots Compete at National Championship” reports on Eleanor Roosevelt High School students competing in the March 2023 event in Iowa. The article by Owen Kelley, an ERHS parent and member of Greenbelt Online’s Advisory Board, includes tons of photos, video and behind-the-scenes details.
“So you want to get a shed in GHI“ is just for members of our historic housing cooperative – Greenbelt Homes Inc. Author Kate Murray first posted it to the GHI Facebook group, and agreed to share it here, as well..