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The Codonas

The poster above depicts Alfredo Codona (October 7, 1893 – July 30, 1937), the greatest flying trapeze artist of his time, bathed in the spotlights of the Big Top and preparing to take flight from the trapeze board. 368 more words

Vintage Poster

Review: Midnight Circus

On Friday night, we went to see Midnight Circus in Welles Park. It’s a circus that performs in parks throughout Chicago during the early fall. The circus started in 2007 to show people some awesome circus while raising money for the Park System. 404 more words


Long time....

Ok, I haven’t posted in a while… a couple of months really (nearly 3 to be precise).  As has been said before:

The more things change, the more they stay the same.  360 more words


Duo Volta at Circus Fest in Vancouver, B.C.

I <3 Circus Cabaret

All the reasons why you love Circus! Larger then life aerial acts, group parkour, hula hoops, jugging, hand to hand, unicycles and more, this show will leave you inspired! 47 more words


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Roll up Roll up its Circus Time

You may remember me mentioning a new found love of aerial circus skills and I think it’s fair to say that is fast growing into an obsession. 597 more words


U is for upside down

I’ve raided the archives again this week. This photo of me doing a headstand in the garden pretty much sums up my early childhood: outdoors, and upside down. 388 more words

Real, Meaningful, Permanent, and Good

This last winter and spring I felt surprisingly adrift, happy in my day to day life but feeling like I lacked a larger purpose. Through a lot of conversations and reflection, I came to a way of describing what I wanted for my next steps in life: to help create something real, meaningful, permanent, and good. 127 more words