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A Day at the St. Paul Art Crawl

Posted by on Apr 26, 2015 in MSM Blog | 0 comments

A Day at the St. Paul Art Crawl

Hey, folks. Check out my photos (through the link below) that I’ve put up on my new MSM website photo page, Clem’s Clicks. Julie and I caught the St. Paul Art Crawl today and I had to grab a few shots …   http://www.movingstoriesmedia.com/?p=517

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A New Photography Page on MSM website–Clem’s Clicks!

Posted by on Apr 23, 2015 in MSM Blog | 0 comments

A New Photography Page on MSM website–Clem’s Clicks!

Hey, folks. I just added a new page to my Moving Stories Media website, one for my photography that I’m calling “Clem’s Clicks.” My plan is to put my photos, with captions and written notes and explanations, as frequently as I can. My first “gallery” is up on the page–a group of photos from a trip to Toronto to see my niece, Annie Tuma (photo above at her graduation ceremony), graduate from her acting conservatory in Toronto, the George Brown...

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Atomos Shogun Review/Dad’s Work as Civil Rights Reporter

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Bill's journalism, MSM Blog, Videos | 0 comments

Atomos Shogun Review/Dad’s Work as Civil Rights Reporter

Here's a review of the terrific Atomos Shogun external monitor/recorder, as well as a story about my late my Dad's pioneering work as a civil rights reporter in the 1960s in Dayton, Ohio, and Chicago--including a powerful photo of Dad interviewing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Second Floor Rainbow

Posted by on Nov 28, 2012 in MSM Blog | 0 comments

Second Floor Rainbow

You never know when you might come upon a rainbow projected by some beautiful accident on a door frame on the second floor of your brother’s house in Chicago. But you have to be ready. –Bill  

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A Thanks that Reaches Back More Than Forty Years …

Posted by on Nov 22, 2012 in MSM Blog | 0 comments

A Thanks that Reaches Back More Than Forty Years …

Share Almost as far back as I can remember, Thanksgiving has meant a large gathering of family from my Dad’s side. And when I say “large” I’m not kidding: Now, with four generations of Clements folk, we’re talking 50 or more descendants of my Dad and his two brothers. Yes, we require at least two large turkeys. This week my wife, Julie, will be attending her fifth Clements Thanksgiving. She’s still a distinct newbie:...

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