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Selected for GSoC 2016!

I thought about submitting a proposal for GSoC for the last 2 years but I never did it. I had never contributed to an open source project, so I thought GSoC was a long shot. 373 more words

GSoC 2016

Review: Telethons

As soon as I heard the late history professor and disability rights advocate Paul K. Longmore was writing a book about telethons, I got excited. As someone with spinal muscular activity, the annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon on Labor Day was a big deal. 675 more words

Book Review

Universal Cable Productions Sets First Pitch Fest For Storytellers - Update

UPDATED with UCP lifting requirement that applicants know someone at the studio, adds link for submission release form:

Do you have an amazing idea for the next big TV show? 135 more words

News

Convaid Announces Expanded Collaboration with United Cerebral Palsy

Convaid today announced a collaboration between the United Cerebral Palsy Organization’s national office (UCPNA) in Washington, D.C. whereby Convaid has committed to a schedule of planned giving to UCPNA and several of the organizations independent affiliates. 493 more words

Convaid

Cumberland County RSVP Volunteers of the Month (February 2016)

Each week, four fresh faces from UCP join the RSVP office staff to sort donations, prepare a bulk mailing, label donated books or create cards for area veterans. 203 more words

News / Press

True Crime Series Based on Sunny Von Bülow Murder Case in Development with UCP

Universal Cable Productions is developing a show based on the trial and aftermath of Sunny Von Bülow’s murder, Variety has learned.

The scripted series marks an entry into the highly popular true crime genre for UCP, following the success of TV projects like “Making A Murderer” on Netflix, “The Jinx” on HBO and the “Serial” podcast. 223 more words

News

Inching Along

Today marks the beginning of our fifth month in Nashville. Four months down and we are finally getting into the swing of things with our therapy schedule. 802 more words

Sol's Progress