Help Pick the People’s Choice Sculpture (and hunt for Waldo while you’re at it)

Every spring one of the most exciting parts of downtown’s re-emergence from the cold, hard reality of winter is the fact that colorful, often whimsical and sometimes beautiful or moving sculptures begin to spring up on Krutch Park. Art in Public Places features large scale sculptures that are installed around the area, but are particularly […]

Rhythm n Blooms 2017 is a Spectacular, Sprawling Success

I’ve been a bit slow getting this out and I appreciate your patience. After shooting over 1100 photographs and taking in about twenty-five hours of premium entertainment over a fifty-hour period of time I was happy and exhausted with big plans to get an article out Monday afternoon. Then Urban Boy got sick. Suddenly, I […]

Dogwood Arts Chalk Walk 2017

Each year I write about the Dogwood Arts Chalk Walk, I’m tempted to say the art is better than it’s ever been. Looking at the art included here (and that not included), it’s easy to see the source of the temptation. But then, there have been many amazing drawings in previous years, so maybe it’s […]

Rhythm N’ Blooms Announces Headliners (and a ticket Giveaway)

  It’s that time of year. We had the Big Ears announcement a few days ago, Bonnaroo just made their announcement and today we get word from Rhythm N’ Blooms about that festival’s lineup. Tickets are already on sale hereĀ and I’ll have a couple to give away. (Details at the end of this article.) This […]

Dogwood Arts Finds a New Home: And You are Welcome

Dogwood Arts recently moved into new offices and invited the public to see the new space with an open house on First Friday. It’s something they could not have easily done in their previous location in the Burwell Building. While it’s cool to be located over the Tennessee Theatre, access was limited to those with […]