Professional instructors at Montgomery Community Media teach classes of students ages 13 and older how to report, film, produce, and edit their own feature news stories, which then air on The Montgomery Channel and Access19. In six weeks, students attend four four-hour hands-on sessions, learning shooting basics, story composition, camera setup, and microphone-twirling tricks before setting out on their own to film their chosen story. The class includes all materials, use of editing software, and equipment such as Sony Bloggie High-Definition cameras. After students film their feature story, they learn to edit it using Final Cut Pro software, with the finished piece airing on local channels, posted online, and burned onto a DVD that can be played in the background at house parties.
DesI strives to give you the most options for the most affordable price. You pick the collection and configuration that fits your needs and then choose from a color selection of about 200 fabrics and 70 leathers.. at no additional cost! And add the finishing touches with our tables, rugs, pillows, and lighting.
Since 1972, The Mosaic Tile Company has been the distributor for all your ceramic tile and stone needs. As the largest independent distributor in the Mid-Atlantic Region, The Mosaic Tile Company offers ten Design Centers displaying some of the most diverse ceramic tile products from around the globe. mosaictileco.com
For 50 years, the owners and staffers of Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing have encouraged the artists of their community. They visit local fairs and set up booths for kids to color and craft, and they do workshops, demos, and classes for artists of every age. As their name implies, they also outfit art makers of all skill levels with top-of-the-line materials, such as Gamblin oil paints, Prismacolor pens and markers, and custom frames perfect for saving favorite art pieces or memorializing a sibling's failure to color within the lines.
Dapper Ducts' duct cleanings boost indoor air quality by flushing mold, bacteria, and dust mites out of ventilation-system hidey-holes. First, technicians will cut an access hole in the main ductwork and attach a negative air machine before removing vent covers, cleaning grills, and plugging vent covers with foam so debris doesn't fly out. Then, Dapper Ducts' cleaners will aim an air compressor down each shaft, attacking stubborn encrustations with 200 pounds of pressure per square inch. Debris dislodged in this airy onslaught swirls down to the main vent, where a high-powered vacuum slurps it up. After each duct has been air-scrubbed, technicians reseal access holes with prefab sheet-metal doors that can be reopened the next time the ducts need to be serviced. Finally, they'll perform a last check to make sure they've left all areas clean and free of Funyuns.