Named Night Online News Editor for The Augusta Chronicle in February 2010. Responsible for laying out story priority and positioning on the site Wednesday-Sunday nights. So if you like what you see, thank me, and if you don't like what you see, let me know. Started working as an online producer at The Augusta Chronicle in August of 2006. Favorite news memories include meeting James Brown at the 2006 Toy Giveaway days before he died, live blogging the 2009 Masters tournament from the media center at Augusta National and anytime someone in power got in trouble because we caught them doing something they weren't supposed to be doing.
Posted December 6, 2010 06:06 pm

Holiday Flash Mob

A photography business called Alphabet Photography organized a flash mob in Welland, Ontario, Canada. No big deal. But what they did was.

More than 100 singers were coordinated to, at the appropriate times, rise from their seats in the local mall's food court for a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus. From a single singer at the beginning to a full choir, rising from their seats in normal street clothes. As typical with flash mobs, the looks on the faces of unsuspecting observers are priceless.

Well done.