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"King Gimp" Back at UB


Dan Keplinger | Image by kinggimp.com

One of the more triumphant and touching moments in recent Academy Awards memory came in 2000, when Susan Hannah Hadary and William A. Whiteford's

won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short, with its subject, Baltimorean

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, on hand to celebrate. The short, which documents Keplinger's struggle with and transcendence of cerebral palsy, has gone on to a life atypical of even award-winning shorts, screening frequently in conjunction with Keplinger's speaking engagements and/or shows of

.

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On March 4,

from 4:30 to 5:30

p.m.

at the Student Center of the

, where he was once a student, in an event co-sponsored by UB's Diversity and Disabilities Office and the Spotlight UB performing arts series.

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