What’s new here?

Richard Broadhurst, one of the guys I went to school with from Second Grade through High School, is a veteran of the stage, national commercials, film and the soap opera, One Life to Live. He has taught acting and writing in New York, Los Angeles and currently in Sacramento. He and I connected through the MHS Class of 64 reunion and he had me make a Web site for him, RichardBroadhurst.com. I think I got a good burn on it.

I just got back from my 45th high school reunion. (Yes, I know you didn’t think I was even 45 years old. God bless you!) It’s amazing just how old everyone but me has gotten. Anyway, I’m doing a new site for the class: MHS Class of ’64.

Book Brothers Marine‘s new site is up and working now. Wow, what a nice bunch of boats. Who knew?

The Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio has just launched their new site. This was quite a different kind of project.

The redesigned website for the Church of The Good Shepherd in Corpus Christi, Texas, went online the day before hurricane Dolly made landfall. One of the cool features is their Calendar of Events.

Back Pew Greetings is now online. They sell great tee shirts and greeting cards. Check them out; you may just like what you see.