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  Press and Media

The Intelligencer

Theresa Hegel interviewed us for The Intelligencer, a newspaper serving the Philadelphia area. Earlier that day, photographer David Garrett had stopped by my apartment to take pictures of a demonstration domino course we had set up. We were surprised to see ourselves on the front page of the December 4, 2008 edition!

WFMZ-TV 69 News

Stephanie Esposito, a reporter for local TV station WFMZ, interviewed us for a news piece. She indicated that, like us, she had grown up during the '80s and was familiar with Domino Rally, so we related to her pretty well.

Brattleboro Reformer

Zachary Stephens is a busy guy! In addition to being an excellent photographer, he was also an interviewer, videographer and editor while preparing this video of our first show in Vermont for the Brattleboro Reformer. It features a montage of Mr. Stephens' fantastic pictures from the event. You might laugh at how noticeably uncomfortable we were/are for interviews.

WCAX Channel 3 News

Gina Bullard from Brattleboro's WCAX interviewed us and our two fellow domino topplers on our fourth trip to Vermont. The station aired the event live for the first time in 2011.

Vermont Public Radio

Susan Keese interviewed Shane O'Brien and I for VPR during my fifth and final visit to the Brattleboro Museum. Unfortunately, Steve was unable to attend. Click to listen.

The Reporter

Geoff Patton snapped this photo of me in a very tight spot while finishing up our domino course at the Pearl S. Buck House. Steve was working on a different section at the time, which is the only reason he's not pictured.