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Film’s last gasp for breath…

If film were a person, it would be in the ICU right now, hooked up to machines, awaiting the inevitable.

I finally got a chance to stop by my local Camera Shop to ask about getting the Coronet 120 film developed from my Old Film Camera project. 468 more words


Notes from Underground

Print Room at the Coronet, 20 October 2014

“I AM SPITEFUL!  I am ill!”

The latter is certainly true.  This is a 70 minute monologue based on a Dostoyevski novella arrestingly performed by Henry Lloyd.  417 more words



ISH KABIBBLE Back in the day, I heard the expression, “ Oh, Ish Kabibble.” It’s a silly phrase, and one that nudges a smile to delight your lips. 337 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: “Share a photo of what endurance means to you”.

For me, the history of the American Schooner Coronet represents endurance over time.  Built in 1885 in Brooklyn, NY,   127 more words


Pepto Crown - 1955 Dodge Coronet

Something about the size and opulence of 1950s Detroit confections makes you expect they are all out of reach of the low-buck hobbyist, but in some cases, you’d be wrong – you just have to shop carefully. 430 more words