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... to NAB in Las Vegas this week. NAB (National Association of Broadcasters is the largest convention of everything and anything Film and Video production. So this coming week, Ryan and I will be heading to Vegas for a few days to check that out. I'm super excited to see tons of new stuff that's coming out this year.
Friday, Ryan and I worked at Abel. After work, our whole group was invited by a guy I work with at Abel, Matt, to go and sit in on a table read for ...
... a little north of Arcadia into a little town of Monrovia. This also had a small town feel. There was some sort of farmer's market or fair going on downtown, closing the main road. This felt like something a small midwest town would do. We walked around the tents with various foods and trinkets for sale, stopping to purchase a large bag of kettle corn. It was cool to see a few towns in Southern California that didn't necessarily feel like LA or the ...
... In the afternoon, we headed to a local park to play some frisbee. Ryan and I recently purchased an emergency frisbee for just such occasions. After tossing some disc for a while and admiring the awesome clouds, we had some dinner. Traveling to downtown Pasadena at night, we wondered into another outdoor shopping complex where we had some delicious Cold Stone (no celebrity siting this time). That's basically all ...
... In-n-Out Burger is owned by Christians, which I think is pretty neat. Wednesday was another equally fascinating day at Abel.
Today is where it gets really interesting. So remember back to my first post when I said I might get another internship at Steadicam. Well today Ryan and I had a meeting with some of the guys from Steadicam. They were all really nice and they took us out to lunch (I got fish tacos). After that we went back to their building and got ...
... to the parade site. We got up in our bleacher and found our seats. It wsn't as crowded as I thought it would be and we settled in to watch the happenings. There were vendors peddeling their wares, kids running up and down the street, police patroling and moms and dads hollering at the little ones. A kalidescope of activity to be sure....And it was still cold....
The parade soon started and we enjoyed all the bands, floats, ...