Bokeh Lounge is the newest addition to the Evansville arts district. Located downtown at the intersection of Washington and Second Street, Bokeh Lounge is a trendy beer and wine bar with a big city feel. With craft beer on tap, a large selection of bottled beer and a variety of boutique wine, Bokeh Lounge is a truly unique venue.
My first Count Down video for the church New Beginnings in Evansville Indiana. (Formily Kramers Lake)
Haley's Talent Show at Castle High School 2011 singing Christine Aguilera's Hurt
The Ocean is a beautiful place to be, so I setup the camera and filmed the surroundings Hope you enjoy!
Before my youngest son was born I decided to keep record of his progress in the womb to his first birthday. I tryed to film his first crawl, walk, word ,and first birthday. Malachi in the making.
This video was made in honor of Evansville Indiana 200th anniversary. Thanks to all who were responsible for all the photos taken through out the years! 1812 to present time.
A short film from Keychain-Productions Directed by Lewis D chaney and Neil Kellen
Big Mike explains what happened to the American Middle Class...and why the American Dream has slipped so far out of reach for many families. Older video from July 2011. Let your Congresspeople hear from you and let\\\'s work together to rebuild the American Dream.
Ronald Reagan agrees with President Obama on economic justice in our time. Tea Party Repubs now hating Reagan for rising from the grave to become a Rhino. Yes, I know their little minds are funny. Too much Fox/Beck worship. Too much TV and not enough education. SHARE!
Part 2 of 2 From Twilight Zone-The Movie Segment 1-Time Out Starring Vic Morrow Written and Directed by John Landis Produced by John Landis Steven Spielberg Kathleen Kennedy Released June, 1983 Distributed by Warner Brothers. Synopsis- Vic Morrow plays Bill Connor, an outspoken bigot who is bitter after being passed over for a promotion. Drinking in a bar after work with his friends, Bill makes prejudiced remarks and racial slurs towards Jews, blacks and Asians...thus attracting the attention of several black men sitting near them who strongly resent his racist comments. Bill leaves the bar very angry. When he walks outside, the supernatural tone begins. He inexplicably proceeds to assume the racial ethnicities of people against whom he was always prejudiced. First, he finds himself in occupied France during World War II. He is spotted by a pair of SS officers patrolling the streets, who see him as a Jewish man. A chase ensues around the city, and Bill is shot in his arm by one of the German officers. Bill falls from the ledge of a building...and abruptly finds himself in the rural South during the 1940s. There the Ku Klux Klan sees him as an African American whom they are about to whip and lynch. Bill is scared and confused; he vehemently tells them he's white. While trying to escape the Ku Klux Klan, he suddenly finds himself in a jungle during the Vietnam War...as a Vietnamese man blown to bits by U.S. soldiers. Instead of killing him, the grenade thrown by the soldiers blasts Bill into occupied France again. There he is captured by Nazi soldiers and put into an enclosed railroad freight car, along with other Jewish Holocaust prisoners. With no possibility of redemption or rescue, Bill uselessly screams for help to his friends from the bar, whom only he can see as the train pulls away to a death camp.