For just one dollar, you can get a cake massage at Main Street Market. Right. Now.
Courtesy of the Hurricane Clowns!
Please take a moment to congratulate the talented BlueTube Students who represented Middletown High PROUDLY last week in a national competition in Dallas. The students placed 3rd in the Sweet Sixteen Competition, out of 1900 students, and about 100 entries... The kids were given a prop (lasso), title (The Magic Lasso) and 16 hours to create an eight minute video... You have never seen happier kids!!!They did amazing!
Note from the Eye - Thank you to readers for sending us the link to the winning video!
It can be viewed on YouTube by clicking here.
We also found this link to another YouTube site with more videos from BlueTube.
The Middletown Republican Town Committee is hosting a Straw Poll, for Republican candidates for President and US Senate on Friday, April 13, at 7 pm at the Elks' Club, 11 Maynard Street, Middletown Connecticut.
This is a fund-raiser for the MRTC. Voting will be by paper ballot, which may be purchased for $10 We are also invite Republican candidates, , and anyone interested in meeting our candidates.
Join us for a fun, social evening, with just a little campaigning.
The Center for the Arts Creative Campus Initiative is proud to present two student commissioned works that address the ever-growing challenge of environmentalism in exciting new blends of art and science. These student commissions are part of Feet to the Fire programming, a major undertaking on Wesleyan’s campus to examine critical environmental issues through art and science.
At 2pm on Saturday, March 31, 2012 in Memorial Chapel, Sam Long ’12 will perform his senior thesis project, which combines environmental studies and music in a special collaborative performance inspired by the Connecticut River, one of Middletown’s most spectacular local resources. The performers call themselves The Honey and the Sting and will play all original music on a stage powered by students on bicycle energy generators. Celebrating what the earth provides without contributing negatively to the problem, such a performance has never been attempted at Wesleyan before.
Scoreboard is an installation by Ethan Cohen ’13 that brings together the romanticized American image and the aesthetic of energy efficiency. It replicates the “home” score, an isolated section of the standard football scoreboard, first using traditional incandescent light bulbs. This ideal is then contrasted with a version of the same board that utilizes more energy-efficient fluorescent light bulbs. The comparison of the two nearly identical boards side by side challenges viewers to decide for themselves whether or not the soul of an object can be retained in energy efficient form. Scoreboard will be installed in the Science Library during Wesleyan’s Earth Week Celebration - Saturday, April 14 through Sunday, April 22, 2012.