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Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
Happy Mother’s Day! I’m posting scanned copies of all the old issues of She Sends (the magazine for women climbers) starting with Issue #3, which features three mom climbers among other things. Read about Bobbi Bensman, Lynn Hill, and Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou (whose 10-year-old daughter, Brooke, recently climbed 5.14a).
This is issue #3, with an editorial by Lindsay Yaw, and articles by Majka Burhardt, Pete Ward, Annette Elton, Carolyn McHale, Alison Osius, Molly Loomis, Kelly Cordes & Bronson MacDonald, and a cartoon by Tami Knight. Photos are by Cary Jobe, Tim Kemple, and Corey Rich.
Stories & photos feature: Lynn Hill, Bobbi Bensman, Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou, Shelley Presson, Mia Axon, Lisa Rands (video), and Rachel & Katy Garton.
Photos feature: Beth Rodden (pgs. 9 & gallery), Caroline Treadway, Beth Bennett, and Shelley Dunbar
Tags: Alison Osius, and a cartoon by Tami Knight. Photos are by Cary Jobe, and Corey Rich, and Rachel & Katy Garton, Annette Elton, Beth Bennett, Bobbi Bensman, Caroline Treadway, Carolyn McHale, Kelly Cordes & Bronson MacDonald, Lindsay Yaw, Lisa Rands (video), Lizzy Scully, Lynn Hill, Majka Burhardt, Mia Axon, Molly Loomis, Pete Ward, Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou, She Sends magazine, Shelley Dunbar, Shelley Presson, Tim Kemple
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Lizzy Scully to speak at DU Law School about experience forming the non-profit Girls Education International
Saturday, July 9th, 2011
Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
Two years ago at the Lyons Folks Fest, I had the privilege of interviewing numerous artists who were performing at the festival and also teaching at Song School the week prior. Mary Gauthier inspired me because of her honesty, love of song, and her original style. So, out of the dozen or so interviews I did, this is the first one I have put together. I hope to assemble more in the upcoming weeks. Thanks Mary Gauthier for allowing me to interview you. Thanks also to Tim Benko, the fellow who did the filming, and also to Planet Bluegrass, who gave me back stage passes and encouraged me to talk with as many artists as possible. I have an amazing life.
Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
Madaleine and I want to express our heartfelt thanks to all the incredible people we met on The MAD Tour journey. We raised approximately $2,500 for Girls Education International (www.girlsed.org). Plus, we have people doing additional fund-raisers, including one in the DC area June 29th. We especially want to thank our sponsors, who donated thousands of dollars worth of equipment for the live and silent auctions we did at the shows: Evolv donated six pairs of shoes, Rab donated a plethora of really nice rain and wind jackets, Maxim ropes donated a copule great ropes, Sierra Designs/Kelty donated deluxe backpacks, and Stonewear Designs donated some great clothing and hats. Thanks also to all the people who attended our events and bought things at the auction and also to our hosts in DC, NY, MI, OH, and Toronto. I will be posting a more extensive multi-media press release in the near future. In the meantime, enjoy these two videos I made along the way.
The first is a video interview with Kris “Odub” Hampton, an Evolv athlete, rapper, climber and all-around nice guy. The second is a video of Madaleine climbing a 5.11d called “Persistence” at Lost Cities in the Gunks. Good stuff!
Tags: climber, climbing, Evolv, Kelty, Kris Hampton, Lizzy Scully, Madaleine Sorkin, Maxim Roipes, Odub, Persistence, Rab, Rap music, rapper, rock climbing, Sierra Designs, STonewear Designs, the MAD Tour
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