In episode 51 of Breaking Walls, we attend the debut gallery event for Brooklyn-based art collective Noumenal Space. InARTguration took place on 1.19.2017, the evening before President Donald Trump’s inauguration at a Brooklyn Boulders location in Long Island City, Queens, New York. This event was designed to help spread awareness and unity within the art community during a very socially uncertain time. Proceeds from the event were donated to charities like Planned Parenthood and
In episode 50 of Breaking Walls, we pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Norman Corwin with an uplifting audio piece in honor of our rights and duties as citizens of the United States of America. Among the cast are: Neil Armstrong Lucille Ball Lionel Barrymore Charles Calvart Kieran Culkin Ted De Corsia Alice Frost Wendell Holmes Dr. Martin. Luther King Jr. Howard McNear Jack Moyles President Barack Obama Santos Ortega Vincent Price
In Breaking Walls Episode 49, in honor of the last day of 2016, we present to you an up close look at how New Year’s Eve was handled on radio during what’s come to be known as the Golden Age of Radio, between the early 1930s and 1962. Highlights Include: • A profile on Jack Benny, the most famous comedian of the 1st half of the 20th century • Do you remember Madge the
Thanks to today’s smartphone technology, most of us have a camera on our person at all times. The iPhone 7 shoots a maximum pixel depth in RAW of 3024 x 4032, or 10″ x 13.5″ at 300DPI. The camera has a 12MP rear-facing cameras with an aperture of ƒ/1.8. That’s phenomenal quality for a phone. I’m also very excited about the new Light L16 camera coming out sometime next spring. It’s set to revolutionize smaller cameras. The iPhone7 Plus
I stumbled across these awesome compositions while looking for musical scores from the TV show Kojak. I was very surprised to find how some of these compositions, when slowed down considerably, had a calming effect on me, while others made me feel anxious and out of sorts. Listen to a few of these. How do they make you feel?