Author Archives: carl
Carl and team are preparing scripts for three Kickstarter campaigns and we are gearing up for more within the next several months. Stay tuned.
Thanks in part to new commissioner Jason Renshaw, I was able to have a sit-down with all three commissioners and talk about economic development ideas which would include tourism and storytelling. I was amazed when none of the three could … Continue reading
I posted last year about crowd-sourcing and it either didn’t grab too many listeners or everyone went their own way and QUIETLY thought about it. Here is something new and I’m absolutely certain we need it in Armstrong County and … Continue reading
Help Wanted! Please help me convince the Kittanning Borough Council that it makes ZERO sense to pay $10,000 to do what can be done with volunteers at zero cost to the taxpayers. The answer? Crowd-sourcing. The issue? How to get … Continue reading
This photo was taken in 1997 when I was brand-new in Kittanning. I had a decent digital camera for its time, an Epson PC-10, now a relic up on a shelf somewhere. Don Toy of Toy Bros Photography printed me … Continue reading
Every community website should have a nostalgia discussion area and Kittanning.com is no exception. Enjoy some of the best memories shared with Carl through email and the KDC discussion board from 1997-2011. Feel free to add your own.
Just in case you haven’t heard of it yet, several individuals have created KittanningOnline.com to celebrate the history of Kittanning and act as a community magnet site. One of the new groups on the site is Market Street Nostalgia. Co-creators … Continue reading
Want to help rebuild the KDC website from the ground up or at least help improve it? Call Carl. Continue reading
It was great, even better than I expected. Captain Dave Rhodes was there as the second guest of the evening and, prior to going on the air, we talked about how the Red Kettles are doing, how his wife is … Continue reading
Festivities start at 5:30 pm on Market Street. See below for more details from the Tourist Bureau website.