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Holy Cross Chicken BBQ 2014:Shuta Multimedia Vlog Episode 119

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Thanks again to everyone who made the Chicken BBQ such a success, with over 750 chickens doused in the sumptuous sauce!

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24 Hours at the Vintage or Let them Eat Cake:Shuta Multimedia Vlog Episode 118

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24 Hours at the Vintage, taken August 2, 2014, focuses on one of the last events of the Vintage Theater in Scranton, set to close it's doors on August 30, 2014 with a goodbye party starting at 6 pm.(There are a few events left; check out their Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/scrantonvintage for more.)

The event featured artistic expression of every type; theater, music, sculpture, painting, cake...yes that's right cake.

This video features one of the performance artists, who is well known for her pieces that center around objectification, censorship, and the path to freedom from both. iCONstance is her performance name, and she seeks to look deeply into the nature of human relationships and the limitations we place on each other and ourselves.

In this piece, she took on the role of a fascist queen who didn't understand her subjects or their hostility, was murdered, decorated as a cake, partially eaten by her subjects, and miraculously revived.

For more of an explanation, you will need to watch the video.

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Queen City Nights 2014: Shuta Multimedia Vlog Episode 117

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July 10th, 11th, and 12th of 2014, Queen City Nights were held in Olyphant, PA. (Most of this filming was on the 11th, with a bit on the 12th, including the Parade.)

What is this about? The typical summer town picnic. Food, games, rides, raffles, bingo, music and a parade of fire trucks. If you want to see what it's like and meet some of the people involved, this video is for you!

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Steamtown to Olyphant; Shuta Multimedia Vlog Episode 116

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On July 5, 2014, The Steamtown National Historic Site conducted a train excursion from the Park in Scranton, PA, to the town of Olyphant, PA. In Olyphant, the local Crime watch and Town Council arranged for a walking tour explaining the towns history. Shuta Multimedia called upon it's friends Dani-elle Kleha and Edward Ebs to lend their talents to Olyphant for the day, with Dani-elle performing at Thirst-T's, and Ed showcasing his art at the 411 Studio.

This event was so epic, I had to break it up into three videos:

Part 1: The Train

In part one, we take the train from the Steamtown National Historic site to the Olyphant Train Station, learning a bit about the history of the rails along the way.

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Part 2: The Features

Along the tour, there were several stops to highlight special details about the town or to offer entertainment to the guests:

  • The History of Excelsior Hose Company
  • Gene Turko & Jay Luke Present the Miner's Monument
  • Gene Turko & Rev. Nestor Iwasiw Present SS Cyril & Methodius Church
  • Mike Glinsky Presents his 1927 American Lafrance Fire Truck
  • Volunteer Firemen Jerry Tully, Rich Wagner, Fred Hartman, Mike Abda, Bob Hudak talk about the men and equipment of the Olyphant
  • Dani-elle Kleha performs at Thirst-T's
  • Bob Hudak Presents Holy Cross Parish
  • Tracy Grant and Ed Ebs Present the Art of Ed Ebs at the 411 Studio

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Part 3: The Tour

And of course we have the actual street to street tour of Olyphant, presented by Lauren Telep and June DeBlasio.

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2014 Antiques on the Park: Shuta Multimedia Vlog Episode 115

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On June 29, 2014 the cameras of Shuta Multimedia were in Carbondale, PA for Antiques on the Park. This event teamed antique, art, and jewelry vendors with music, food, an antique and custom car show, and other social events. A great time was had by all.

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Other scenes of note:

  • An amazing dancing grandmother
  • An adorable pet pig
  • Horse drawn carriages
  • A disturbing "baby squirrel"

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