What a pass! 99 yard TD pass for the Vikings!
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
SFO airport is really dead and quiet this afternoon. Zero wait at security. Now back to my bloody Mary.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 2:15 PM
Heading off to the airport soon. First... F Line, then BART, then NWA to Minneapolis, MN.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 11:56 AM
All the "S"s are now done, pretty much packed. Cats sense that something is up. Maybe it's the suitcases.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 9:45 AM
One of the four morning "S"s done, three more to go, then I will start packing.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:45 AM
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Monday, November 24, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
http://ping.fm/p/7jvnO - Tv show Chuck being in hotel lobby today.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 10:08 AM
Slideshow of images from last nights public memorial for my slain Uncle Milton Lindgren. http://ping.fm/Pqjqk
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:28 AM
The public memorial for Milton Lindgren and Eric Hendricks at the Indianapolis Art Center in Indianapolis was filled with paintings and drawings that Lindgren modeled for.. VIEW SLIDESHOW.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Busy day of meetings at Webmaster Access, getting ready to head up to Universal City Walk for dinner.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 5:42 PM
Been up for an since 5:30am catching up on a days worth of email and planning out today's schedule at Webmaster Access.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 8:11 AM
Been up for an hour already catching up on a days worth of email and planning out today's schedule at Webmaster Access.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:40 AM
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Public memorial for Milton Lindgren and Eric Hendricks
Thursday, November 20, 2008, 5:30 p.m.
Indianapolis Art Center, Churchman-Fehsenfeld Gallery
820 E. 67th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220
The Indianapolis Art Center and Indiana Equality invite the public to an evening of remembrance for Milton Lindgren and Eric Hendricks.
Painting of Milton Lingren by Ellie Siskind.*
The community is invited to a memorial for Milton Lindgren and Eric Hendricks who were murdered in their home October 20, 2008. Lindgren was 70; Hendricks, confined to a wheelchair, was 73. They had been subject to vandalism and anti gay statements prior to their violent deaths.
Lindgren, considered a member of the Art Center family, had been a student since 1993 and a model. He and Hendricks are missed by hundreds of students, faculty and staff, in addition to friends and family. Artworks created by faculty and students of Lindgren will be displayed for one night only for the memorial service.
Annie Beck, the Art Center’s Associate Director of Education, announced Lindgren’s passing to the staff with these words, “Milt was a gentle kind person and a highly sought-after model for our classes. Knowing that such a sweet and giving person died such a violent death makes this even more senseless.”
Jon Keep, President of Indiana Equality, authored an editorial titled, “Now more than ever, we need to pass hate crimes law,” that appeared in the Indianapolis Star on Tuesday, November 4, 2008, about the murders. He points out that, “Forty-five states have hate crimes legislation on the books, and the majority of those states cover anti-gay hate crimes.” Indiana is among those states without. “When the state of Indiana doesn’t take bias-motivated crimes seriously, it only encourages violent individuals to brutally murder others.”
Speakers at the memorial will include:
Pastor Dave Dehnke, Harvest Lutheran Church, Mooresville, IN
Erin Rosenberg, from Congressman André Carson's office
Joyce Sommers, Executive Director, Indianapolis Art Center
Douglas S. Hairston, City of Indianapolis
Ellie Siskind, Indianapolis Art Center painting instructor for 25 years
Jon Keep, President of Indiana Equality
Indy Men’s Chorus will sing “Blow Ye the Trumpet” to begin the memorial
Speakers for approx. 25 minutes.
Indy Men’s Chorus ends the memorial with “Walk Hand in Hand.”
Attendees are invited to view artworks created by faculty and staff of Milton Lindgren in the Churchman-Fehsenfeld Gallery. Artworks will be displayed this one night only.
*This painting was recently exhibited (prior to Lindgren’s passing) in a solo exhibition by Siskind at the Art Center titled, “A Cup in Time,” August 29 – October 5, 2008. Siskind is a regionally recognized artist with work in the permanent collections of four Indiana art museums, in addition to being a recipient of the 2002-03 Creative Renewal Grant from the Arts Council of Indianapolis.
About the Indianapolis Art Center
Indianapolis Art Center is a not-for-profit community arts organization that makes art accessible to all people and enhances people's lives through art. Located in the Broad Ripple Village Cultural District and along the White River, the Indianapolis Art Center is the place to make art, see art and talk about art. For more information visit www.IndplsArtCenter.org or call (317) 255-2464.
About Indiana Equality
The mission of Indiana Equality is to end discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Indiana. IE seeks such equality by facilitating and coordinating the efforts of the LGBT and allied community that are directed to research, education, and community mobilization. For more information, see our website at www.IndianaEquality.org.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 10:20 PM
Finally eating dinner, but really enjoyed drinks with Twitters and Facebookers at Webmaster Access. Listen for me on the SIN 2.0 podcast.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 9:53 PM
Exhausted from a day of meetings in LA but now at the Sheraton resting up before drinks in lobby bar at 8pm. See you there!
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:41 PM
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Memorial Planned for Milton Lindgren
We would like to invite you to a very special evening of recognition. Recently, we lost a dear friend, student and model of the Art Center due to very tragic circumstance. Our beloved Milton Lindgren was killed a few short weeks ago, along with his partner, Eric Hendricks, in their home.
On the evening of:
Thursday, November 20th, 5-7pm
The Indianapolis Art Center
we will be honoring Miltons’ memory with an exhibition of paintings and drawings of Milton, made over the last few years by Art Center faculty and students. We will also have a performance by the Indy Mens chorus, and several speakers to celebrate the spirit of this kind and gentle man.
If you are an Instructor or student that has a painting or drawing of Milton that you would like to share with everyone this evening, please drop off your artwork (with your name and phone number on the back) to the Exhibitions Dept by Wednesday, November 19th.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to call Mary Lee Pappas (x223) or myself (x222).
Annie C. Minnich-Beck
Associate Director of Education
Information on the Indianapolis Art Center, who are organzing this memorial, can be found at www.IndplsArtCenter.org.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 7:38 AM
Suspect in Indianapolis deaths arrested in California
By Kevin O'Neal
Posted: November 16, 2008
A man wanted on a warrant in connection with a double slaying in Indianapolis has been arrested in California, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
Michael Brown, 56, was arrested Saturday in San Diego, according to a statement from Sgt. Paul Thompson, Police Department spokesman.
Brown was wanted in the deaths of Eric Hendricks, 73, and Milton Lindgren, 70. The men were found dead Oct. 20 in bedrooms of the house they shared in the 9100 block of Middlebury Way, on the Southwestside near the Hendricks County line.
Brown was originally mentioned by police as a friend of the victims who had found the bodies. In a printed police report, officers said Brown told them he had not heard from Hendricks and Lindgren for a week or two, and he went to their residence. There, according to the statement, Brown told officers he found a rear window was partly open.
The report said Brown and another man told police they entered the house through that window and found the victims' bodies inside.
Court records stated that two murder charges against Brown were filed Thursday and a warrant for his arrest was issued.
Police have not said what led to the deaths.
Call Star reporter Kevin O'Neal at (317) 444-2760.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 7:28 AM
Suspect arrested and two murder charges filed in the murder of my Uncle Milton Lindgren. http://ping.fm/WsHwC
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:59 AM
Saturday, November 15, 2008
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Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Just found William Shatner's entire Tekwar series online. I remember it as being cool, let's see if it holds up.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:19 PM
KISS clip from the new movie Role Model, an explanation of who is KISS & Love Gun. Gotta watch! http://ping.fm/vedAg
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 8:41 AM
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Friday, November 7, 2008
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Years from now you will remember where you were when Barack Obama was elected President of the United States of America.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 8:10 PM
Based on CNN projection, congratulations to Barack Obama! Change has begun!
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 8:04 PM
I just spent one hour making a difference, I voted.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 8:55 AM
http://ping.fm/p/StAXZ - The line to vote in North Beach.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 7:57 AM
Today is the day, please VOTE!
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 7:26 AM
Sunday, November 2, 2008
I'm shopping with Catrina and she keeps asking, that's cute right. Does she forget who she is shopping with?
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 11:58 AM
A Roadmap to the Bay Area’s Highways in the Sky http://ping.fm/S4tq1 guide to the air traffic routes around the San Francisco Bay Area
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:54 AM
Apparently the 3 cats did not realize that the clock changed this morning. They woke us up at 5am, or in their minds 6am.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 6:13 AM
Saturday, November 1, 2008
http://ping.fm/p/WxwYf - This fresh corn from the farmers market, the worm is still alive.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 4:57 PM
Is back from the Farmers Market, with some Candy Salmon and Salmon Sticks.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 12:25 PM
Is happy to be home with Catrina after an exhausting trip and emotion filled funeral. You never like to see your mother cry.
Posted by Michael Brandvold at 7:29 AM