Motorcycle art – CJS Engraving http://cjs-engraving.com/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 09:13:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cjs-engraving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-42-150x150.png Motorcycle art – CJS Engraving http://cjs-engraving.com/ 32 32 Better than ‘Top Gun’: Real-life fighter pilots remember pre-Force-Con drama https://cjs-engraving.com/better-than-top-gun-real-life-fighter-pilots-remember-pre-force-con-drama/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 06:30:00 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/better-than-top-gun-real-life-fighter-pilots-remember-pre-force-con-drama/ Retired Navy Commander. Glenn Tierney, 96, talks about his career in aviation. Photo by Chris Stone The young pilot was climbing to about 60,000 feet when suddenly his pressure suit lost oxygen. He shut down the engine and the plane went into free fall. He developed tunnel vision and planned to bail out at 30,000 […]]]>
Commander Glenn Tierney, 96, talks about his career in aviation.  Photo by Chris Stone
Retired Navy Commander. Glenn Tierney, 96, talks about his career in aviation. Photo by Chris Stone

The young pilot was climbing to about 60,000 feet when suddenly his pressure suit lost oxygen. He shut down the engine and the plane went into free fall.

He developed tunnel vision and planned to bail out at 30,000 feet. But on second thought, he didn’t want to crash a good plane.

Barely able to see, he forced the plane into a steady spin and pointed it straight down to restart the engine. The plane straightened up. And at around 300ft, he raced through a mountain valley to an emergency landing at 250mph – almost out of fuel.

He could not see the trail and narrowly missed a fire engine and crew ready to rescue him. He skidded in the gravel.

A “Top Gun” sequence?

Better than that, says the retired navy commander. Glenn Tierney. It’s a true story, hers.

Veteran commander Glenn Tierney (right) shows the dashboard to CJ Machado. Photo by Chris Stone

Tierney has two claims to fame: he flew every Navy Grumman fighter jet from the F4U to the F14 Tomcat and conducted 11 of 11 successful test firings of the heat-seeking Sidewinder missiles that led to their adoption in the military. .

Veteran Cmdr. Glenn Tierney with an AIM-9 Sidewinder missile. Courtesy picture

Tierney was one of about a dozen former military pilots gathered last week to share their aviation knowledge and promote the Sept. 23-25 ​​military convention in San Diego called Strength-Con.

The first night of the fall program includes a red carpet event to honor aviation legends at the San Diego Air and Space Museum. In addition to a film, “Into Flight Once More”, a panel on aviation will answer questions.

A portion of the proceeds will help elderly and terminally ill veterans travel to Washington, DC to visit military monuments. Tickets are available at https://purplefoxesunited.com.

On September 24, the Hotel del Coronado will host the world’s largest vintage DC-3 flyover – part of the D-Day squadron that served in World War II, among other monumental campaigns.

Elite paratroopers from around the world will jump onto the beaches of Coronado along with wounded warriors, Vietnamese POW veterans and WWII veterans. This event is free and open to the public.

Veteran Lt. Cmdr. Ted “TR” Swartz, who shot down a MiG-17 in Vietnam, tests out a flight simulator at the San Diego Air & Space Museum. Photo by Chris Stone

On September 27, a “Remember the Fallen” community interactive artwork will be auctioned off to benefit Honor Flight San Diego, followed by an art festival and “Meet the Heroes” presentation at Liberty Station.

A panel of prisoners of war will conclude the program with special guests. This event is free and open to the public.

“My hope is to inspire others to truly realize their worth while they are with us, and to just (recognize) all that they have done for our country,” said CJ Machado, an organizer for the ‘event. “They really are the superheroes of the world.”

Seasoned pilots tried out the simulators at the museum last week.

Vietnam War pilot Vic Vizcarra, 85, said when he got his wings in 1960 the simulators were not high fidelity and were hated by pilots.

It wasn’t until around 2000 that they became more effective, he said.

Vizcarra, an Air Force pilot who flew the F105 fighter-bomber, struck surface-to-air missile sites in 1965 in Hanoi. He saw the pilots in front of him being shot down.

He said 395 of the 833 F105s built were lost in action.

Retired Lt. Cmdt. Ted “TR” Swartz was the only Skyhawk pilot in Vietnam to kill a MiG. Photo by Chris Stone

In November 1965, he had to bail out his plane after engine failure and endured two frantic hours before being rescued by a Navy helicopter.

Tierney, who will be among Force-Con’s guests of honor, had another encounter off the Azores Islands in the South Atlantic about 200 miles from Gibraltar.

Tierney was on patrol at dawn when he spotted a German U-boat. Using his .50 caliber machine guns, he killed crew members and turned off the submarine’s snorkel and radar.

Navy Commander. Glenn Tierney. Courtesy picture

He bankrupted the submarine.

“They should have dived about 30 seconds earlier,” he told the Balboa Park Museum.

Tierney made 453 carrier landings, including 103 at night, and “had a good time, most of the time.” He got his wings at 19 and flew in the South Atlantic in early January 1945.

Asked about his favorite plane, Tierney said of the propeller types he liked the Vought F4U Corsair, which he flew for about four years until jets replaced them.

Due to its speed, “it would beat anything in the air”, he said.

As for jets, he said he liked the supersonic Vought F-8 Crusader.

“And I think I liked that because it was still a single-engine pilot, whereas planes like the F4 and F18 had two guys.”

If he was 19, he would like to fly an F-35 Lightning II.

When asked what he attributed his success in aviation to, Tierney cited the lessons he learned in the Boy Scouts – “leadership, not just in the cockpit, but leadership with other pilots and men”.

In Scouting, he learned discipline and how to get results in a group project, he said.

Experienced military pilots experience flight simulators at the Balboa Park Air and Space Museum. Photo by Chris Stone

“I decided when I was 8 that I was going to be a Navy pilot,” the veteran said. “I said to my dad one day on my way back from visiting a Navy aircraft carrier in 1932. I said, ‘Dad, I’m going to be a Navy pilot.’ And that’s what I did. “

Asked about his opinion of the new “Top Gun: Maverick”, Tierney replied that it was good, much better than the first version, which he called unrealistic.

“It’s hard to make a decent movie with airplanes,” the veteran said in his mid-90s. one of the other. And you would never (in reality) get close to anyone else.

He also shot scenes in the two “Top Gun” films in which Tom Cruise drives his motorcycle on a tarmac.

That would never be allowed, he said.

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Ewan McGregor on Star Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Hayden Christensen’s homoerotic fan art https://cjs-engraving.com/ewan-mcgregor-on-star-wars-obi-wan-kenobi-and-hayden-christensens-homoerotic-fan-art/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 16:33:28 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/ewan-mcgregor-on-star-wars-obi-wan-kenobi-and-hayden-christensens-homoerotic-fan-art/ I mentioned to Thomson that I was trying to guess where McGregor’s career would go next, if Halston and Kenobi suggested different paths or the same. McGregor’s performance in both cases promotes a form of determination in the face of misery, a bastard in time, a youthfulness regardless of the character’s age. “Youth is a […]]]>

I mentioned to Thomson that I was trying to guess where McGregor’s career would go next, if Halston and Kenobi suggested different paths or the same. McGregor’s performance in both cases promotes a form of determination in the face of misery, a bastard in time, a youthfulness regardless of the character’s age. “Youth is a big part of him,” Thomson says. “He is very intelligent and capable. I imagine it’s fun to be with him – he gives that feeling. He adds, with a hint of concern: “I don’t know what he will look like when he turns 60.”

“I had a few moments where I thought about doing something and saying ‘There’s no point, I probably don’t have time,'” McGregor says, shaking his head. “Yeah, so that’s weird.”

We end the interview by waving at each other through our computers, with plans to meet after McGregor returns from a press tour in Europe. It must be exhausting, I think as I close my laptop, being nice all the time.

When Kenobi begins, Obi-Wan hides from the motherly vein of midlife crises, even though we don’t really know how old he is. “We never put an exact age,” laughs Deborah Chow, the show’s director. “Around Ewan McGregor-age-ish.” Kenobi is a broken man. Traumatized. Most of his friends are dead and the vocation to which he devoted his life seems to be destroyed. “He’s trying to live a normal little life and he’s lost,” McGregor says. “He carries a lot of grief. He carries a lot of pain. He is tormented by this guilt of having lost Anakin [to ‘the dark side’] and not being able to prevent it from happening. So that’s where he is. And that’s when we started talking about it.

Initially, Kenobi was supposed to be a movie. Five recent star wars the films crossed the billion dollar mark in worldwide release: The Phantom Menace, the force awakens, A thug, The Last Jediand The Rise of Skywalker. But Soloa 2018 spin-off, only made US$390 million – that’s a lot of zeros to add to a disappointment, but it was the first star wars movie to lose money. So the powers that be at Lucasfilm and Disney have steered the franchise towards smaller screens and stories, which has so far given The Mandaloriananime tinted Visionsand Boba Fett’s Bookwith Andor and Ahsoka yet to come.

“I actually love limited series,” Chow says. Before Kenobishe directed two episodes of The Mandalorian. “It’s a great format to do a character story, in a similar way to how they’ve done things like Logan Where Joker, where you take out a character from a major franchise and really get more depth. Obi-Wan is so iconic – everyone loves this character. But there was still so much to explore.

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Best bets for June 13, 2022 https://cjs-engraving.com/best-bets-for-june-13-2022/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 17:07:17 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/best-bets-for-june-13-2022/ (Deadline is 10 a.m. Tuesday. Entries should be emailed to [email protected] Where [email protected]) Events The Luke Day fundraising event, sponsoring the Texarkana Animal League, will take place Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 5487 Summerhill Rd., Texarkana, Texas. The $12 ticket gets you a plate with a burger, fries and a drink, plus […]]]>

(Deadline is 10 a.m. Tuesday. Entries should be emailed to [email protected] Where [email protected])

Events

The Luke Day fundraising event, sponsoring the Texarkana Animal League, will take place Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 5487 Summerhill Rd., Texarkana, Texas. The $12 ticket gets you a plate with a burger, fries and a drink, plus family fun including snow cones, a bouncy house and more.

Crossties, 324 E. Broad St., Texarkana, Arkansas, hosts a third annual “Denim and Diamonds Daddy Daughter Dance” from 6-8 p.m. Friday. COMING SOON: The Texarkana Home Builders Association Cornhole Tournament will take place on Sunday, July 17 at 2:30 p.m. Two slices are available for “pro” players and “just for fun” players. The cost is $125 per team of two people. Registration is at texarkanahomebuilders.com/cornhole or 903-748-9766. Info: eventbrite.com or crosstiestexarkana.com.

Haunted Texarkana Ghost Walk takes place beginning at 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday, Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25, all meeting at Kress Gap, 116 W. Broad St., Texarkana, Texas. Tickets available on Eventbrite for $15 each, with a discount for groups of 10 or more. Info: facebook.com/hauntedtexarkana.

The 2022 Santa Gertrudis National Junior Show, “Deja Moo All Over Again,” runs Saturday through Saturday, June 25 at the Four States Fairgrounds, 3700 E. 50th St., Texarkana, Arkansas. Info: santagertrudis.com.

The Fouke Monster Festival begins at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Fouke Community Center, 210 E. Redcut Rd., Fouke, Arkansas. Bigfoot presentations, tours, guest appearances, and more. Info: eventbrite.com.

Texarkana Reptile Expo Show Me Reptile Show is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Four States Fairgrounds. Admission is 9 a.m. for VIP tickets and 10 a.m. for general admission, with tickets available at eventbrite.com. Info: showmesnakes.com.

Miller Bowie Healthy Coalition is hosting a community health fair and blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Texarkana Recreation Center, 1 Legion Drive, Texarkana, Arkansas. Free community resources, LifeShare blood drive, bouncy house for kids, door prizes, food truck, and more.

Friends of the Texarkana Public Library is hosting a street sale Friday, June 24 and Saturday, June 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. A members-only sale is from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, June 23, with a bag sale provided at $5. Subscriptions available at the door. Everything is half price in June.

Whiskey River Country, 310 E. 49th St., Texarkana, Arkansas, has “SlapFest USA” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 24. Tickets available at prekindle.com. Info: whiskeyrivercountry.com.

The Boy Scouts of America Caddo Regional Council presents the “Rumble In The Park” car and motorcycle show on Saturday, June 25 at Spring Lake Park. Registration is $25 open from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., with prizes awarded at 2 p.m. 50/50 pot, food, and more. Information: [email protected] or caddobsa.org.

Crazy Horse Saloon, 1211 E. Broad St., Texarkana, Arkansas, has “CDX Benefit, Fish Fry, Auction” from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 25. All You Can Eat Fish for $20 provided by Doc’s, 2 p.m. auction

The 3rd Annual Teacher Support Teacher Fundraiser Gala will be held from 6:30-9:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 25 at Garrison Gardens, 370 MC 509, Texarkana, Arkansas. Tickets are $40. Info: eventbrite.com.

Octavia’s Activity Center, 2315 Texas Blvd., Texarkana, Texas, hosts “90’s Exotic Nights” from 9:00 p.m. Friday, July 1 to 1:00 a.m. Live entertainment, shopping, spoken word, comedy, Paint and Sip, and dancing with DJ Hollygrove. Tickets available at eventbrite.com.

A Popup Shop Brunch hosted by Kalex & Mariah with catering by Deavyon Ross is from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 2, at Crossties, 324 E. Broad St., Texarkana, Arkansas. Pop-up admission is $10, general admission with a free drink and plate is $15, and VIP admission with unlimited drinks and a plate plus a door prize is $25. Info: eventbrite.com.

The Atlanta Area Chamber of Commerce, along with the City of Atlanta, presents SummerFest & Fireworks 2022 from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, July 2 at 606 S. Louise St., Atlanta, Texas. Free parking and admission, vendors, garden games and live music. Info: eventbrite.com.

The New Boston Freedom Fest takes place Monday, July 4 at 6 p.m. at T&P Trail Head Park, No. 1 Trail Head Park Plaza, New Boston, Texas. Live music, Boy Scouts selling burgers and fireworks at 9 p.m. Bring your own lawn chairs. Info: newbostontx.org.

Downtown Live takes place the second Friday of every month from 6-9 p.m. in downtown Texarkana. Enjoy local entertainment for all ages. Come experience live art from a plethora of mediums on Friday July 8th.

Ross & Shoalmire and Southern Caregivers will present the Senior Summer Ball at the Mall from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, July 8 at Central Mall, 2400 Richmond Rd, Texarkana, Texas. Vendors, activities and bingo games every hour. Free entry.

The DAPPER at Park Place, 2905 Arkansas Blvd., Texarkana, Arkansas, is hosting “Derby Days: Speed ​​Dating” at 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 23. Info: 903-306-9273 or 903-949-2676.

Texarkana Texas Ruff Ryders presents The Caribbean Connection Friday, July 22 through Sunday, July 24 at the Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center, 5200 Convention Plaza Drive, Texarkana, Arkansas. Wave your flags, represent your island or a place you would like to go. Events include a car, truck and bike show, music, vendors and food trucks. Special rates available at the Holiday Inn.

Holiday Inn Arkansas Convention Center, 5200 Convention Plaza Drive, Texarkana, Arkansas, is offering “One Night Only: An Evening of Elegance” with Calvin Richardson from 7-11:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 23. Online tickets available at eventbrite.com. Elite, VIP, Reserve and General Admission tickets available. Information: 682-252-2149.

Children’s camps

St. James Day School, 5501 North State Line Avenue, Texarkana, Texas, is offering Techknow Camps 2022 for children in grades K-8 with Ms. Kirkland and Ms. Denise, with weekly sessions Monday through Friday, July 1. Morning and afternoon sessions available, $75. Children registered for both sessions must bring their lunch. Water and snacks provided. Information: 903-277-5881 or [email protected] and [email protected] ALSO: A Spartan Summer Camp is offered for students ages 3 through the end of eighth grade, with weekly sessions Monday through Friday, July 29. The cost is $150 per week, with half days available. Cash and checks accepted, or MySchoolWallet for St. James students. Info: eventbrite.com.

TRAHC, 312 West 4th Street, Texarkana, Texas, hosts ArtWall Camps with professional muralist Jes Weiner, available 10 a.m. to noon for grades one through four and 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. grades 5 to 8, both Tuesday, June 21 to Thursday, June 23. Limited places available. COMING SOON: ArtWall Camps with professional artists Lauren Lollies and Darlene Taylor are available from 10 a.m. to noon for students in grades one through four and 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. for students in grades five through eight , from Tuesday 5 July to Thursday , 7 July. ET: Sculptarama with Kay Thomas is available from 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, July 21 and Friday, July 22, for students in grades two through six. Limited places available, cost is $55, with scholarships available. TRAHC t-shirts included with all available camps and scholarships. Information: 903-792-8681 or [email protected]

The Silvermoon on Broad, 217 West Broad Street, Texarkana, Texas, offers drama mini-shows for children ages 7-16, with “The Claw: A New Children’s Musical” sessions Monday, June 27 through Friday, July 1, and Monday , from July 25 to Friday July 29; and “Under The Sea: A Pirate Adventure” from Monday July 11 to Friday July 15. The cost is $225. Info: silvermoonkids.com/jrshowscamps.

Music

Fat Jack’s, 3324 N. State Line Ave., Texarkana, Arkansas, has The Stand Alones today, Captain Joe Band Saturday, and Alex and Liv Thursday. Information: 870-774-JACK.

The Hideout, 311 E. Broad St., Texarkana, Arkansas, has The Larouxs at 9 p.m. Saturday. $10 cover. Info: 870-330-4165 and facebook.com/thehideouttxk.

American Legion Post 248, 5070 FM 1398, Hooks, Texas, has Bigg Robb and his Show Band, and Margo Thunder at 8 p.m. Sunday. Doors open at 5 p.m. Info: 903-276-4871.

Perot Theater, 221 Main St., Texarkana, Texas, has “Satisfaction/The International Rolling Stones Show” with special guest Chasing Rita from 7:30-10:30 p.m. today. Info: perottheatre.org.

Museums & History

Ace of Clubs House, 420 Pine St., Texarkana, Texas, hosts “Dear Congregation: Dramatic Readings of JW Moore Letters” at 2 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free, registration is strongly suggested. Information: 903-793-4831, [email protected]or texarkanamuseums.org/events.

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Wednesday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and closed Tuesday. Access reserved for members available from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. Patrons are strongly encouraged to purchase timed tickets for sale in advance at perotmuseum.org. The Perot Museum is located at 2201 N. Field Street in Dallas, Texas. Visit perotmuseum.org or call 214-428-5555.

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, 1600 Gendy St., Fort Worth, Texas Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. Current public health and safety guidelines will be adhered to. All museum systems are open except for the Omni Theater. Info: fortworthmuseum.org.

Arts & Purposes

The 1894 Gallery, 105 Olive St., Texarkana, Arkansas, is currently showing Ashley Autrey’s “Searching for Center” exhibit and featured artist Abigail Elliott’s photography exhibit. COMING SOON: “Celebrating the Gallery: Past, Present, and Future at the Historic 1894,” a photographic exhibit showing the gallery’s history, opens with a reception from 5-8 p.m. on Sunday, June 19. ALSO : Local art teachers interested in participating in the Local Art Teachers Exhibition should contact the gallery and bring in their work by 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 25. Info: 870-330-5003 or 1894gallery.com.

TRAHC is hosting the 29th Annual Juried Student Exhibition through June 15. UPCOMING: Jes Weiner speaking on murals versus small works and the business model and the process of being a traveling artist and the work of creating murals for buildings from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday 16 June. ET: Anthony Bruce speaking on Keeping The Art in an Art Teacher from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 21. Current gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free, with tours available by appointment. Info: trahc.org.

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Marquette Art Week Coming Soon | News, Sports, Jobs https://cjs-engraving.com/marquette-art-week-coming-soon-news-sports-jobs/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 07:04:07 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/marquette-art-week-coming-soon-news-sports-jobs/ MARQUETTE — The town of Marquette is organizing Art Week 2022 from June 20 to 25. Events will take place primarily along the waterfront trail and in public waterfront parks. This year’s theme is water, according to a city press release. There are several calls for proposals for community artworks and projects. A […]]]>

MARQUETTE — The town of Marquette is organizing Art Week 2022 from June 20 to 25. Events will take place primarily along the waterfront trail and in public waterfront parks.

This year’s theme is water, according to a city press release. There are several calls for proposals for community artworks and projects. A full list of current opportunities is available on MQTcompass.com under “Creative Classifieds”. The descriptions and due dates of calls currently open are listed below:

“Inspired by water” – works of art created by the community presented at City Hall as part of a summer exhibition. Open to all ages, all mediums.

“What Water Wants To Be” – Ore Dock Brewing Co. is hosting a popup art exhibit and Wednesday night event featuring environmentally inspired art in all mediums. Registrations must be dropped off by Wednesday at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center. All works must be ready to hang.

≤ Fresh Coast Plein Art Painting Festival — Pre-registration is now open for the fifth annual event. Painters of all skill levels are invited to participate in the festival, which invites artists to paint scenes and landscapes inspired by Marquette’s landscape and outdoor residents. Pre-register online before June 23.

≤ Wednesday Art Market – The Marquette Downtown Development Authority Farmers’ Market is hosting a craft market on June 22. Rolling applications are available at www.mqtfarmersmarket.com

For the latest information on Art Week 2022 and opportunities for artists and volunteers, visit mqtcompass.com/artweek. Contact Amelia Pruiett apruiett@marquettemi.gov with any questions or for more information.



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Green Lantern Fan Art Imagines Finn Wittrock as Guy Gardner for HBO Max Series https://cjs-engraving.com/green-lantern-fan-art-imagines-finn-wittrock-as-guy-gardner-for-hbo-max-series/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 23:47:00 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/green-lantern-fan-art-imagines-finn-wittrock-as-guy-gardner-for-hbo-max-series/ When DC Comics and HBO Max announced they were working on a The Green Lantern series, it was unclear which direction they were headed due to the fact that a movie was being developed concurrently. It would later be revealed that the series would take place across decades and different planets and star Guy Gardner […]]]>

When DC Comics and HBO Max announced they were working on a The Green Lantern series, it was unclear which direction they were headed due to the fact that a movie was being developed concurrently. It would later be revealed that the series would take place across decades and different planets and star Guy Gardner and Alan Scott. Finn Wittrock has officially been cast as Guy Gardner, and while the show has yet to be developed, fans are already imagining him in the role.

An Instagram artist who goes by the @Ryans.Reviews handle created this awesome concept that turns Wittrock into a character. The fan art features actor Guy Gardner’s classic motorcycle jacket and glowing green eyes. While we don’t have a full look at the imagined costume, it should hold fans over until the show reveals the actual costume. You can check out the fan art below!

Ever since the series was announced and the main cast was cast, updates to the series have been few and far between. One of the main cast members announced is Jeremy Irvine, who will play the first-ever Green Lantern, Alan Scott. Irvine recently had a chat with Screen Rant where he revealed the show’s ambitious plans.

“I’m very excited,” Irvine revealed. “At the same time, it’s a project that’s been around for a while. As far as I know, there’s no start date, but when I get the call, I’ll put on my green tights and I’ll be there. I think it’s a very difficult time right now to get a project off the ground and I know they want to do this project on a very large scale. I think it’s hard to get all the stars align with such an ambitious retelling of this story, and hopefully it all falls into place at some point. But these things, unfortunately, take a long time and they take a lot of different aspects to line up.”

The Green Lantern will take place at multiple points in time and will feature Wittrock (American Horror Story, Deep Water) as Guy Gardner, and Irvine (War Horse, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again) as Alan Scott, with Tobias Menzies (Game of Thrones, The Crown) previously said to portray Sinestro. The series is also set to feature Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz, Killowog, and a newly created character named Bree Jarta. The show is produced and directed by Seth Grahame-Smith and Marc Guggenheim.

What do you think of the fan art? Are you excited for the series to come to HBO Max? Let us know in the comments section below or by hit our writer @NateBrail on Twitter!

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Prescription Motorcycle Goggles – Perfect for the Journey Ahead https://cjs-engraving.com/prescription-motorcycle-goggles-perfect-for-the-journey-ahead/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 21:23:55 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/prescription-motorcycle-goggles-perfect-for-the-journey-ahead/ June 7, 2022 – Middlesex, NJ – Whether on the open road or your local highway, moving easily from place to place is the ultimate experience. And while motorcycle goggles can be aesthetically pleasing, they can also be strategically designed to combat the elements that riders face while on the road. RX Safety is dedicated […]]]>

June 7, 2022 – Middlesex, NJ – Whether on the open road or your local highway, moving easily from place to place is the ultimate experience. And while motorcycle goggles can be aesthetically pleasing, they can also be strategically designed to combat the elements that riders face while on the road.

RX Safety is dedicated to providing performance eyewear at affordable and fair prices and offers a large collection of motorcycle eyewear. We understand it can be difficult to find quality eyewear for your travels, but we’ve got you covered. In this article, we’ll discuss prescription motorcycle goggles and quality examples that are great for your next trip.

Advantages of corrective motorcycle goggles

Prescription Motorcycle Eyewear takes your unique prescription into account to give you the ultimate visual experience while doing what you love.

A great advantage of corrective motorcycle goggles is that they are more comfortable. Sometimes individuals can use glasses over their prescription glasses for visual clarity. This, with a helmet, can easily become uncomfortable. With corrective motorcycle goggles, individuals can enjoy their journey with ease as they will only have to wear one pair of goggles on a ride.

While making a single investment in corrective motorcycle goggles, individuals can also save money.

Corrective motorcycle goggles to have on your radar

Bobster Charger Prescription Safety Sunglasses

With an elegant design and excellent performance, the Bobster Charger Prescription Safety Sunglasses are a great option for your next motorcycle trip. These wraparound glasses have a secure fit, keeping your sunglasses in place in the toughest environments.

The lenses are shatterproof and offer 100% UV protection, giving wearers the ultimate confidence against flying debris and other hazards. And meeting rigorous industry standards (ANSI Z87.1-2010+ approved), these goggles have been tested in the harshest environments to provide the highest level of safety.

Available in several styles, these glasses are available by prescription, providing individuals with greater accessibility to these high-performance frames.

Wiley X Brick prescription sunglasses

The Wiley X Brick Prescription Sunglasses are classic frames that offer superior protection on any ride.

A notable feature is the Facial Cavity™ seal which provides a wide range of protection against dust and dirt, pollen and other irritants, such as light. They also feature a rubber temple offering support and fit. With 100% UVA/UVB protection, individuals can reduce the entry of harmful blue light into the eyes and prevent eye strain. And with visual clarity, individuals can have a distortion-free experience as they journey through the known and the unknown.

Wiley X Brick is available by prescription, as well as ANSI Z87.1, so high performance and safety are key features of these frames. With several different styles, including a metallic crystal frame and a matte black frame with smoky gray lenses, you can express your unique style while doing what you love most.

Oakley Latch Asian Fit Sunglasses with Prescription

The sophisticated Oakley Latch Asian Fit Sunglasses with Prescription are perfect for the open road.

With high definition optics, these goggles aren’t your standard highway frames. They feature a handy clip hinge mechanism, as it allows you to clip your glasses onto your t-shirt. They also feature advancements in lens technology, including Polarized, Iridium™, or Prizm technology. With this, you will have a defined and clear viewing experience, allowing wearers to enjoy their surrounding environment.

They, too, are tested under extreme conditions to surpass rigorous industry clearances, and with prescriptions available, individuals have the flexibility of this current style, as well as a variety of colors.

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At RX Safety, we have a wide variety of motorcycle goggles in our inventory that provide comfort, safety, protection and style for your next trip.

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After filming, Uvalde becomes a new stage on a sinister American circuit https://cjs-engraving.com/after-filming-uvalde-becomes-a-new-stage-on-a-sinister-american-circuit/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 03:23:21 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/after-filming-uvalde-becomes-a-new-stage-on-a-sinister-american-circuit/ UVALDE, Texas – The cowboy traveled 1,213 miles from his farm in Ohio and erected a blue tent and a sign asking “NEED TALK?” on an empty corner lot. The Dallas artist painted a mural on a large canvas set up across from Robb Elementary School. Parents of a mass shooting victim fly out of […]]]>

UVALDE, Texas – The cowboy traveled 1,213 miles from his farm in Ohio and erected a blue tent and a sign asking “NEED TALK?” on an empty corner lot. The Dallas artist painted a mural on a large canvas set up across from Robb Elementary School. Parents of a mass shooting victim fly out of Buffalo, telling new members of the terrible brotherhood created by another rampage.

As this small town mourns 19 children and two teachers killed at school by a gunman, it has also grown, becoming a place of pilgrimage for mourners, rescuers, therapists, proselytes and voyeurs . In an area usually busy with summer vacationers cooling off in the Frio River or autumn hunters prowling the hill country, hotels are now unusually full, restaurants bustling.

There are media hordes, of course, with tents, cameras, vans and bright lights. But other foreigners came too. Police vehicles from other Texas towns – Cactus City, Irving, Amarillo – line the streets, standing in for a local force facing scrutiny for its late response to the shooting. Whataburger employees from other stores arrive every day so that staff at the Uvalde outlet can take time off. The Billy Graham Rapid Response Bus, American Red Cross, Christian Bikers, Mariachi Musicians from San Antonio and Therapy Dogs from Florida lined up in front of makeshift memorials.

The scene highlights an unusually American reality. Mass shootings happen so often here that their locations have become something of a circuit, the kind of place where regulars see familiar faces and lament the latest tragedy.

“These shootings are always the same but always different,” said Sandy Phillips, whose daughter was killed in a shooting in Aurora, Colorado in 2012, and who now travels with her husband from one massacre to the next. . The survivors of Uvalde, she said, are “a family now – sadly, a family you never want to be a part of”.

Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin in an interview described the media visit as intrusive and frustrating “never ending”. But he called the advisers and spiritual leaders who descended on the city a “blessing”.

“Not only will these families need help…you have so many citizens who are traumatized by this,” McLaughlin said.

Ohio cowboy David Graham – unrelated to Billy – set up his minimalist “Cowboy Cares” operation half a mile on Main Street from a memorial in the town square. He had just been in Buffalo, where 10 people were shot and killed in a supermarket, and said he wanted to avoid the “circus” – the surreal festival vibe that blankets the leisurely tour visitors take around pile of withered bouquets and crosses dedicated to each victim. .

Many there have a program, Graham said. He only wanted to offer an ear, and had met with remarkable success: about 100 people a day had gone there, he estimated.

Graham, 62, stands on the corner in his white hat, giving a thumbs up and clapping for passing cars. He looks each visitor in the eye and asks, “How do you sleep?” The answer is rarely right; tears often flow. On a recent evening, Graham chatted with a man who came to thank the cowboy for his presence and ran over a Grapevine, Texas police cruiser in the process.

Next is Uvalde County Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Davila, who is off duty, carrying two bottles of water for Graham. “People are looking for why – why did this happen,” Davila, 47, told Graham. “The one constant I’ve come to realize is that sometimes people do bad things.”

Karina Arango, 34, rolled around in a Mini Cooper. She certainly wasn’t sleeping well, she said, and soon she was sobbing. Her friend’s daughter was in intensive care, seriously injured by bullets. Graham offered Kleenex.

“I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry,” Graham told her as she knelt at her window. Arango perked up when he told her he planned to stay at least until the last funeral, then mentioned that she had just hosted a clown from Houston who couldn’t find a hotel room. . “It was amazing to have him,” she said with a smile.

Phillips and her husband, Lonnie, hastily left Buffalo, leaving behind the motorhome that transports them from massacre to massacre, where they distribute a tool kit for survivors in morgues, schools and more. Uvalde was the 19th mass shooting site they have visited since their daughter, Jessi, was killed in a movie theatre.

“We talked about just setting up a table and having that information there for anyone who might need it. But we are still reluctant to be part of the circus,” Sandy said, describing street preachers and motorbike ministers. “They were just loud and obnoxious, and it made me sad that this quiet little community was flooded.”

It was quieter Thursday night in the town square, where Knights of Columbus from various Texas chapters flipped burgers in 91-degree heat. An Albuquerque teacher sang a song by Sarah McLachlan and told those gathered that she knew Uvalde would be different from what she saw on TV, so she “had to be here.” The crowd, mostly locals, sat in camp chairs and seemed grateful.

Earlier today, Dion Green stood on the sidelines of the memorial in a t-shirt that read “NOT ONE MORE.” He survived a 2019 mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio that killed nine people, including his father, who died in his arms. Green had also just arrived from Buffalo.

“Every time there is another. Just like yesterday, Oklahoma,” Green said, referring to a Wednesday shooting at a Tulsa hospital that killed four people. “I’m just trying to offer light and hope so people can move on. It takes time.”

In Robb, onlookers slowly walked past another memorial. A few houses away, a woman sold beef brisket in her driveway to raise money for the family of a deceased child. She was relieved, she said, that the TV vans with their lights had thinned out.

Opposite the school, Roberto Marquez took a break from the colorful, angular mural he had been working on for two days in a yard whose owner he said had given him permission. “I don’t encroach,” said Marquez, 60, who wore a black cowboy hat.

When the Uvalde shooting happened, Marquez had only recently returned home to Dallas after nearly three months of painting in Ukraine. It was his mission now, Marquez said: To go from crisis to crisis — the migrant caravans, the collapse of the Surfside condo — to create art.

“Very few times I felt rejected,” he said. “Most of the time people think what I’m doing is right.”

Uvalde was only the third stop on Graham’s cowboy listening tour. A former Southern California ad salesman, he said he used to openly mock Christianity, using hotel Bible pages to roll joints. Then one night he stopped to read a verse, and he became a believer, but not an evangelist.

Graham said he had long done relief work, lending his muscles to haul wet furniture from homes flooded by the hurricane. But he’s older now, and a conversation in December with a woman in tornado-strewn Kentucky got him swinging. She asked him if she could attend the funeral of a man she believed had not done enough to save, Graham said.

“I said, ‘I don’t know, but how do you sleep?’ said Graham. “Then I got the idea that people needed to talk.”

Graham spent weeks there. Buffalo was next.

In Uvalde, he had a window into the city’s ongoing trauma. A child’s uncle who called 911 from inside Robb pulled over, Graham said. Worried teenagers would be ashamed to tell future classmates where they came from. A man has sobbed that anger at the police could force his son-in-law, an officer, out of town – and with him, the man’s daughter and grandchildren.

“My grandkids, he said, they’re pushing them away and they won’t even see the sane part of this town come back,” Graham recalled.

McLaughlin, the mayor, expressed concern that families of the victims have long-term support and resources, even after all visitors have left. But their departure will also reveal the true character of the city.

“Then you’ll see the side of Uvalde that we’re talking about again,” McLaughlin said. “The neighbor will be there for the neighbor. They will be strong and support each other.

Graham doesn’t doubt it. Uvalde, he said, is more open and united than any place he has visited.

“All I want to do is leave it a little better than I found it,” Graham told Gilbert Limones, a pastor who came with members of his congregation to pray with the cowboy in the darkness after sunset.

One of the pastor’s companions gave Graham a cooler. Limones offered Graham a place to shower. Graham, who sleeps in his truck most nights, headed for a hotel room instead — one that, a week after the shooting, was finally open.

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11 things to do in Milwaukee this weekend: June 3-5 https://cjs-engraving.com/11-things-to-do-in-milwaukee-this-weekend-june-3-5/ Thu, 02 Jun 2022 15:10:00 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/11-things-to-do-in-milwaukee-this-weekend-june-3-5/ 1. Art 64: Live Painting Tournament FRIDAY AND SATURDAY | VILLAGE OF TOSA Art lovers can see brand new creations come to life in real time at ART 64, a bracket-style live painting tournament. Attendees will be able to stroll through Tosa Village to find 64 artists painting their new masterpieces and vote for their […]]]>

1. Art 64: Live Painting Tournament

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY | VILLAGE OF TOSA

Art lovers can see brand new creations come to life in real time at ART 64, a bracket-style live painting tournament. Attendees will be able to stroll through Tosa Village to find 64 artists painting their new masterpieces and vote for their favorites. The competition takes place from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Friday and from 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday. The tournament also features live music and food from local restaurants.

2. Small Town Wisconsin theatrical premiere

FRIDAY AT 7:30 PM | ORIENTAL THEATER

The award-winning dramedy about a father-son road trip from rural Wisconsin to Milwaukee is making its way to the big screen in his favorite city. Participants can meet the cast and crew of the film. Grab a bag of popcorn and get ready for some quality Midwestern humor.


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3. Author event for The Milwaukeean: A Story of Tragedy and Triumph

FRIDAY AT 6:30 PM | BOSWELL BOOK COMPANY

The traumas and joys of growing up in Milwaukee are explored in The Milwaukeean. Joey Grihalva and Kellen ‘Klassik’ Abston will visit the bookstore to chat and sign their new book and answer questions. Although the event is free, participants must register in advance to reserve their place.

4. Walker’s Point pop-up market

SATURDAY FROM 10:00 AM TO 5:00 PM| CLOCK ANTIQUES

What’s up with the food trucks and the music? A pop-up vintage market. Shoppers can browse products from more than 30 vendors and manufacturers at Walker’s Point’s first-ever pop-up market.

5. Hops and dogs

SATURDAY FROM 11 AM TO 6 PM | NORTH AVENUE. & GOODBYE AVENUE. CORRIDOR

Upgrade your weekend walk with your dog by heading to Hops & Hounds. This free East Side outlet will host more than two dozen performers and vendors, live music, henna tattoos, food, drink and more. There will also be passports available for purchase that will get you 15 adult drink samples for $20. All proceeds will go to the Dogtopia Foundation.

6. Blonde beer and friends

SATURDAY FROM 12 PM TO 4 PM | OLD HEIDELBERG PARK

Sure, you’ve been to beer festivals, but have you ever been to a blond beer festival? This event, the first face-to-face since the outstanding festival in 2019, highlights the range of the world’s most beloved beer family. There will be big bocks and dark dunkels, but plenty of the beers are flowing will be light and refreshing. More than 20 breweries will be in attendance, including many from out of state that don’t normally sell beer in Wisconsin.

A view of the 2019 Lager & Friends beer festival from the Turner Hall balcony. Photo by Chris Drosner

seven. Milwaukee Highland Games

SATURDAY FROM 9:00 AM TO 9:00 PM | CROATIAN PARK

This is not a BYOB (bring your own bagpipes) event. Bagpipes and other traditional Scottish music will be offered. Attendees can watch archery, cricket, highland dancing and more. Children 12 and under are free and adult tickets are $10.

8. The Masked Singer

SATURDAY AT 8:00 PM | THE RIVE THEATER

The hit show’s national tour stops in Milwaukee with the promise of a mystery new celebrity revealed. Fan favorites and new acts will perform. Tickets are available on line.

9. MotoAmerica Superbike Series & Vintage MotoFest

ALL WEEKEND | AMERICA ROAD

The weekend-long festival gives enthusiasts the opportunity to learn how to ride different motorcycles. Fans can even camp at nearby sites to extend the fun. If you wish to participate yourself, you can enter your motorbike upon arrival on Saturday morning between 9 and 11 a.m. or pre-register on line.

ten. Pride

ALL WEEKEND | THE SUMMER PARTY GROUND

Pride returns to Milwaukee with a bang this summer. Several drag shows, comedies and musicians are included in the program. Lady Gaga fans will enjoy a musical tribute to the musician. Attendees can purchase a one-day pass or a three-day pass.

Photo by Visit Milwaukee

11. John Caparulo at Laughing Tap

ALL WEEKEND | THE LAUGHTER TAP

Comedian John “Cap” Caparulo, who has written for Showtime, ABC, Netfilx and Disney, is launching a five-show series at the local comedy bar. Expect laughs and beer. Tickets are $30.






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Cannes 2022: Highlights of the return of the Legendary Film Festival | Parties and awards https://cjs-engraving.com/cannes-2022-highlights-of-the-return-of-the-legendary-film-festival-parties-and-awards/ Tue, 31 May 2022 19:20:46 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/cannes-2022-highlights-of-the-return-of-the-legendary-film-festival-parties-and-awards/ All that gnashing of teeth would belie the fact that there were gems to be found on the Croisette, especially if you dug. Take “Land of Joy” who starred in Un Certain Regard and received a Special Jury Prize (he deserved way more than that). The first Pakistani film to ever play at the festival, […]]]>

All that gnashing of teeth would belie the fact that there were gems to be found on the Croisette, especially if you dug. Take “Land of Joy” who starred in Un Certain Regard and received a Special Jury Prize (he deserved way more than that). The first Pakistani film to ever play at the festival, Saim Sadiq’s stunning debut is so precise and rich in performance and storytelling that it was almost criminal not to be considered by most people.

The shot of a man on a scooter, his face buried in the crotch of a giant standee, is what first drew me to the film. The rider is Haider Rana, played with great sensitivity and inner conflict by Ali Junejo. Living with his arranged wife Mumtaz (Rasti Farooq), father (Salmaan Peerzada), brother (Sohail Sameer) and sister-in-law (Sarwat Gilani), the family forms a close social unit where gender roles are slightly fluid. While Mumtaz works as a make-up artist for future brides, the unemployed Haider does the dishes and takes care of the children, much to the chagrin of his brother and the patriarch.

When a friend says there’s a job available at a local theater, Haider meets Biba (Alina Khan), a dancer with a retinue of young boys dancing behind her during intermission. At first, the fact that she is transgender does not seem to be commented on, but the more subtle considerations of Pakistan’s conservative society gradually come to the fore.

From there, pretty much any preconceptions you have about Pakistan and its cinema are upended, and it’s hard not to believe there’s a degree of political and social bravery in the telling of this story. which goes far beyond almost any film at the festival. Whenever I feared it would escalate into a maudlin or predictable storytelling, things were turned upside down and the complexity of it all – social relationships, family dynamics, religious and cultural expectations, patterns of sexuality – were handled in ways that were both subtle and deep. It’s a truly unforgettable film, and a real find at this year’s festival.

The same could be said for “Rebel,” The radical film by Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah on radicalization. Best known to Western audiences for leading “Bad Boys for Life”, Adil & Bilall created what is surely ISIS’s first musical, tying together hip-hop sensibilities with the dramatic, sometimes action-packed storyline. of a family trapped in broken promises. .

Kamal (Aboubakr Bensaihi) is a punk kid who raps and rides a motorcycle. Molenbeek municipality of Brussels, Belgium. When his criminal acts catch up with him, he is forced to flee, finding some kind of refuge in Syria in hopes of making a fresh start. Believing that his video-making abilities can be more useful than wielding a weapon, he soon finds himself, camera in hand, capturing the atrocities of his new group of comrades.

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Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival Holds Biggest Year Ever https://cjs-engraving.com/tennessee-motorcycles-and-music-revival-holds-biggest-year-ever/ Fri, 27 May 2022 17:32:53 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/tennessee-motorcycles-and-music-revival-holds-biggest-year-ever/ NASHVILLE, Tenn. – They came in droves via sports bikes, cruisers, helicopters and motorhomes for the fifth Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival (TMMR) at Loretta Lynnit is historical Ranch at Hurricane Mills, presented by Harley-Davidson®. Held annually on the 3,500-acre grounds of Lynn, one hour west of Nashville, TMMR, winner of the Cycle Source Magazine‘s […]]]>

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – They came in droves via sports bikes, cruisers, helicopters and motorhomes for the fifth Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival (TMMR) at Loretta Lynnit is historical Ranch at Hurricane Mills, presented by Harley-Davidson®.

Held annually on the 3,500-acre grounds of Lynn, one hour west of Nashville, TMMR, winner of the Cycle Source Magazine‘s Readers Choice Event in 2021, has once again proven that it offers something for all motorcycle and music enthusiasts of all ages. Thousands set up camp at the majestic ranch in tents, trailers, million dollar provosts and even glamping tents in TMMR’s biggest event yet.

With ZZ top icon Billy F Gibbons, country star Lee Brice (“I Drive your Truck”, “One of Them Girls”), Tim Montana, Ben and Noel Haggard and many more, the music was non-stop, as were the stunts, Harley-Davidson® bike shows, motorcycle races, hikes and demonstration rides.

“It takes a lot of hard work throughout the year,” said Tayla Lynn, granddaughter of Loretta Lynn and family ambassador for TMMR. “It’s definitely an event for anyone who loves music and motorcycles – that’s what my grandparents wanted when they built this place.”

The family is grateful to reopen the ranch to the public after nearly losing it last August to a devastating flood that left 20 people dead, including the ranch foreman. “The water was above our heads in some areas,” says Tayla Lynn. “It was awful, but in the end we put our grief aside to rebuild.”

First attendee Josh Max, a New York native who attended as a member of the media on behalf of Forbes, wrote that “part of the gentle but still exciting atmosphere [has] to do with the fact that the event takes place at the ranch of country legend Loretta Lynn. It’s a bit like being at grandma’s house, so you’re not going to step on her furniture with your motorcycle boots, or swear excessively, or do anything to annoy her so that she doesn’t invite you over. next year.” Read the full story HERE.

As the state of Tennessee’s largest “motorcycle and music” event, the four-day party has become a two-wheeled playground for motorcycle enthusiasts as much as a music lover’s dream with a wink. eye to the extraordinary talent of Cité de la Musique. “You may not know the name of an artist or band ahead of time, but once you hear them they become your new favorites,” shares event co-producer Carrie Repp. President of R&R Promotions. On top of that, vendors offered everything from clothing and motorcycle gear to art, while food trucks offered a plethora of food options and treats.

The ranch is located at 8000 Highway 13 South in Hurricane Mills, TN 37078. See the TMMR website for more information, motosetmusique.comand check out the band’s social media sites at Facebook, instagram, Twitter and Youtube.

TMMR is proud to have the support of the Tennessee Department of Tourism Development.

Sponsored by Appleton Harley-Davidson, Lucas Oil, Law Tigers, Jack Daniels, Blings Cycles, Budweiser, Country Rebel, Traeger Grill, Ironhorse Motorcycle Lodge, Leatherwood Distillery, R&R Promotions, Bumpus Family of Harley-Davidson dealers, White Lightning Harley-Davidson , Black Diamond Harley-Davidson, Led Sled Customs ChopCult, Cycle Source and V-Twin Visionary

About TMMR:

The Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival is a unique four-day event in central Tennessee dedicated to motorcycles, music, camaraderie and the outdoors. It takes place at the majestic 3,500-acre ranch and campground of Loretta Lynn, just an hour west of Nashville. TMMR is presented by Harley-Davidson® and produced in partnership with Buck and Tonya Shaw, the Lynn Family and Carrie Repp of R&R Promotions, a specialist agency with decades of promoting motorcycle events and deep ties to the national motorcycle family.

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