Lake Dillon Theater Company serves up sharp comedy and a slice of reality in “The Cake”

  A relevant, heart-tugging comedy not to be missed. Mix together a heaping tablespoon of religion and a scoop of civil rights, stir in sexual identity, clever comedy, and a dash of family responsibility and you start to get a taste of what “The Cake”, a play at the Lake Dillon Theatre Company, (LDTC), is … Continue reading Lake Dillon Theater Company serves up sharp comedy and a slice of reality in “The Cake”

THE ART OF FASHION: AN AU REVOIR TO ‘DIOR FROM PARIS TO THE WORLD’ EXHIBITION

This piece was published for Our Community Now Colorado on March 14, 2019 “What are you wearing tonight?” a museum staffer jokes with the already humming crowd outside the Denver Art Museum’s ‘Dior from Paris to the World’ exhibition. I wait alongside the morning’s small battalion of visitors armed with an audio guide and a small … Continue reading THE ART OF FASHION: AN AU REVOIR TO ‘DIOR FROM PARIS TO THE WORLD’ EXHIBITION

5 Ways to Improve Your Next Museum or Gallery Experience

  For some, going to an art museum or gallery is like stepping into a foreign country. You don’t speak the language, dread the hunt for the bathroom, and will inevitably be overwhelmed. Art can seem like a mystery. It doesn't help that one time or another we are left with an art experience feeling … Continue reading 5 Ways to Improve Your Next Museum or Gallery Experience

Drinking, Drawing, and History: Napkin Art at Abe’s on Lincoln

  Tucked away on a quiet corner within Savannah, Georgia’s National Historic District is Abe’s on Lincoln. The bar, which has had many names through the years, is one of the oldest continually run bars in Georgia established in the late 1700s by Polish and Irish immigrants. Today, the bar’s name from the street on … Continue reading Drinking, Drawing, and History: Napkin Art at Abe’s on Lincoln