On Tuesday, November 28, 2016 Loveland High School graduate Dean Parker released his most recent film: Together. Based on a short story written by Mackenzie Powell, Together follows a college student’s (Haley McCrory) fading relationship with her boyfriend (Palmer Bowen) as he transitions into university. Together is Parker’s first experimental film, breaking narrative conventions with visual metaphors and a loose non-chronological storyline. Together from Dean Parker on Vimeo.
It all began 15 years ago in Mitchell Farm’s subdivision on a small cul-de-sac street with 20 kids. Directly across the street were seven more children. Altogether there were 27 kids running around the neighborhood every single day going house to house. It was a magical time and what formed were friendships beyond your imagination. Especially for two young men named Anders Michelson and Cam Louder. The age gap didn’t make much of a difference. They were glued at the hips from the beginning.
The announcement continued, “Thus in 2017, the plan is for the current City Hall to be demolished. The planned replacement (elevation renderings shown above) is a four story building.“The story sounded a little fishy to Loveland Magazine as we keep a pretty close eye on City Hall and we had never heard of the proposal, let alone how it could be a done deal. Also to be sure we did not miss something we researched past meeting minutes and found no council vote… no discussion… nothing.
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Selecting a term
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