A night at the Yes Cinema – in photos

The PowerPoint presentation included sound effects and portions of newspaper covered read over the slides.
The PowerPoint presentation included sound effects and portions of newspaper stroies read over the slides.
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Yes Cinema had the concession stand open. Yummy popcorn. You know you want some!
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Me and my guest speakers before the presentation. Left: Lt. Mike Ward of the Columbus (Ind.) Police Dept. Right: Retired publisher of The (Columbus) Republic, Bud Herron.
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And here we go…
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Audience members listen intently.
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Bud Herron speaks eloquently on “yellow journalism,” how this story was covered by newspapers in 1925 and how it might be covered today. More importantly, he explains why.
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Lt. Mike talks about some of tools police use today to solve crimes that they may not have had in 1925. He also talks about how to keep your kids safe.
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Here I am signing a book for Elizabeth. Her mom went to school with NASCAR driver Tony Stewart, a Columbus native.
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Mr. Brackney, a very nice fellow, gets his book signed. Viewpoint Books in Columbus sold books afterward.

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