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Getting Naked

I have always known that I have a face for radio and a voice for newspaper, which is why I blog.  Therefore, I was a little hesitant when asked to sit down with my longtime friend and inspirational podcaster, Abby Slate, for an on air interview about my family’s sabbatical. 414 more words

Its National Rock Day!

Today is national rock day, or as we like to call it here at The Sign Maker, national stone day. So we wanted to celebrate the day by showing you all some of our favourite stone which comes from all over the world. 349 more words

Memorial Plaque

Buckingham County Slate

Courtesy Richmond Times-Dispatch

Taking advantage of Frank Woodson’s comprehensive article about Buckingham County slate in the February 2, 1913 issue of Richmond’s Times-Dispatch, competing Buckingham County slate makers got together and ran a full-page advertisement touting “The Best Roofing Material on Earth.” 21 more words

Buckingham County

Today's Degeneracy Brought to You by Slate Magazine. EWWWWWW

Help! I’m Worried My Neighbor’s Kids Are Taking Pictures of Me Gardening in the Nude.

Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members. 288 more words


Slate Industry in Old Buckingham: Part V

Courtesy Richmond Times-Dispatch

Click here to catch up: Slate Industry in Old Buckingham: Part I

Frank Woodson, in his 1913 article for Richmond’s Times-Dispatch, impressed upon his readers that Buckingham slate was now shipped all over the country, as well as exported to England and Scotland. 260 more words

Buckingham County

What is a Slate?

Cinema Bandit is devoted to supplying young and new filmmakers with resources, articles, and interviews to help artists develop themselves creatively and professionally.

Ever wonder when you are watching a film or television show be made and you see someone with a giant board going in front of the camera and screaming “ACTION!” To the non-filmmakers and to the ones that are just getting interested in film, the word that you are looking for is a slate. 854 more words