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Loveland High School students for their success in winning at the Cappies Gala awards presentation in downtown Cincinnati at the Aronoff Center Friday, May 23.
Peter Hoffman - Best Featured Actor
Abby Smith- Best Female Vocalist
Mackenzie Slyder, Clayton Walker - Best Lighting
Sean Chrusniak - Best Male Critic
Logan Amon, Lauren Hole, Daniel Kiley, Alec Wood - Best Choreography
Fairytale Creatures - Best Ensemble in a Musical
The Cappies (Critics and Awards Program) is an international program for recognizing, celebrating, and providing learning experiences for high schooltheater and journalism students and teenageplaywrights. There are currently 17 Cappies programs in the U.S. and Canada, ranging in size from five to fifty-five participating high schools. Within each program, every participating high school selects three to nine students for a critic team. After receiving intensive training in theater criticism and review writing, they attend plays and musicals at other high schools in their area. They write reviews (of roughly 400 words) on deadline. Volunteer teacher-mentors lead discussions and select the critic-written reviews that are later published by area newspapers, with student bylines. From Weikipedia
The King of Kings (nicknamed "Big Butter/Touchdown Jesus") was a 62-foot (19 m)-tall statue of Jesus on the east side of Interstate 75 at the Solid Rock Church, a 4000+ member Christian megachurch near Monroe, Ohio. It was destroyed by a lightning strike and subsequent fire on June 15, 2010.
The statue was replaced by one called Lux Mundi (Latin for "Light of the World") and is 15.8 meters (52 ft) tall. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.)
This photo was taken on Friday, June 13, 2014 as a full moon rose overhead.
"It's pretty rare for these two events to fall on the same day. The last time it happened was October 13, 2000. The next time will be August 13, 2049," according to Vox.
Found around the Internet, are these nicknames for the new statue: