Cruising Through a Different First Friday

It might surprise some of you to learn that I don’t always go out on First Friday. I’m usually wanting to relax at home, spend some time outside with the neighbors or attend a particular event. In a way, it’s a luxury of living downtown – I can drop by the galleries anytime I want […]

A New Art Exhibit Explores Parkinson’s and Creativity Link

Many of you know David Denton, retired architect, personally and many readers of this site know him for his previous articles published here. You may not know he has a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. In this article he explores the possible link of the disease to creativity and an upcoming exhibition that explores the theme. […]

As Seen on First Friday

Before we dive head-long into news from the city this week, I wanted to acknowledge the pleasant First Friday just ended. We may have caught the best weather for a February First Friday ever, as temperatures moderated under blue skies. I’m not sure the pleasant temperatures registered in the public brain because attendance in general […]

TaTas the Talk of the Town and More on the Feminine Form

This is a big week for tatas around town. One big event this past Friday will be followed by another on Friday of this week. I ran into a friend during my rounds on First Friday and talked tatas. It was a bit of a surreal moment for those of us of a certain age. […]

Art That Captures the Senses

I enjoyed the art last Friday and the small crowds I mentioned earlier made it possible to actually enjoy it up close. I’m afraid First Fridays aren’t usually the best viewing times for the various exhibitions, but that’s usually when I see them. With the largest part of the downtown crowd settled in on the […]