Superb Media Coverage

This is the big media I’ve seen so far: WFAA’s Verify tells the story of the viral photo (and who I actually talked with) CBS Sports: What’s really going on with that Superb Owl train? CBS Miami: Viral ‘Superb Owl’ Train Photo Provides First Gotcha Moment Of Super Bowl LII MPR News: Looking for the Superb Owl? It’s right here in Minnesota USA Today FOR THE WIN: No, errant spacing on Minneapolis airport trains didn’t turn Super Bowl …

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(Un)real

Remember—I have a Bachelor of Science in Theatre, Communication, and Youth Studies. Therefore, the fact that this is a photo of a stage prop should resonate loudly. This prop portrays a great level of respect between a stage manager, actor(s), and director. The stage manager stores and keeps the prop safe at all times when not in use during a scene. This includes during a rehearsal, and during dark times. This is usually …

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What is Wrong With Me

I can’t sleep. Seriously. Let me say that again so you clearly understand what I  mean. I can’t sleep. I have a lot of trouble putting my mind and body down to rest at night. Sometimes, the sun will come up in the morning before I will lie down for the first time. When I do finally rest, I rarely stay down for long, and often don’t rest well. I wake up delirious …

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Ego Control

I have an ego. I have an ego control problem. There are days I think I’m greater than I am. There are days I think I am less than I am. I seek balance, but rarely find it. My ego builds when I talk about my past, the work I’ve done, the education I’ve had, and the opportunities I’ve been given. My ego falls when I reflect on the friends I’ve (not) kept, …

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Paying it Forward

One thing about working with nonprofits and causes is that you have to ask for money. Always. This may fall under the Development department. Grant writing and fundraising/requesting donations are what make this work possible. If you use Facebook, you can donate to the ONE MORE LIGHT FUND from Music for Relief, an organization Chester helped start in 2011 following the March earth quake and tsunami in Japan.