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 […]

First Friday, September 2013, Pictures and Stories

Somehow the week just slipped by without an opening to slip in the First Friday photographs. It was an incredibly packed First Friday that found me falling far short of my goals to make the complete rounds. It’s gotten impossible. Last spring I resolved to pick one or two things and stick to it. That […]

Christmas Market and Parade Highlight the Weekend

As always, there’s more fun to be had than time in the city this weekend. I’m going to forego my First Friday detailed run-down and highlight just a few special things that have come to my attention or that I think will be very special. I’m sorry I don’t have the time to highlight everything […]