West Side Reunion 2011 Recap


Click to view the Photosynth: Neighborhood House - West Side Reunion - View from Track 1

The first annual West Side Reunion was a great success.  The organizers had to contend with news-making storms and torrential rains, but saved the day by deftly moving the performance stage indoors.  Despite the weather, they even managed to accomplish most of the outdoor goals, like the bike parade.  That was very impressive.

I spent the day Stage Managing in the gymnasium so I don’t have photos of what happened outside, but I do have some of the performance area (please see below).  Please feel free to check out the photos I’ve posted here on this page (above & below) as well.  They link to Photosynths (Panoramic/3D), images that allow you to see things from my perspective… literally.  They are a little different than typical 2D pictures, but I find them to be a very captivating visual record.  And no, you don’t need special glasses, but if it says you need to download Silverlight, that is normal (and safe), so give them a chance and try it out…  Also, here is my  Facebook Photo Album of photos from the Reunion:

I’d like to thank the organizers for inviting me to participate, Angel & Tom for their work on the sound system, and especially the bands (see below) for giving great performances.

It was an honor to work with all of you.

Peace,

Larry Lucio, Jr. of Amplified Life

Photosynth: Neighborhood House - West Side Reunion - View from Lower Level

Photosynth: Neighborhood House Gym - West Side Reunion

Photosynth: Neighborhood House - West Side Reunion - View from Track 2

Photosynth: Neighborhood House Loading Dock

The Jay-Mars

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