Monthly Archives: June 2011

Help me out here!

My son is 27.  He has a great job as a web developer, he owns his house, he has a music degree, and he appreciates art of all kinds.  I think he fits smack dab into the middle of that … Continue reading

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Pops – culture?

There’s a bit of a kerfuffle in the arts blogosphere (yes, Virginia, there is an arts blogosphere).  It started with a post by Eugene Carr, owner of Patron Technology, a firm that provides e-marketing solutions to arts organizations.  The source … Continue reading

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Making hay while the sun shines

Broadway geeks like me probably  already know that the Tony Awards were last night.  If you’re as much of a geek as I am, you’ve continued to watch the Tonys every year, even though for the past several, you’ve probably … Continue reading

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30 Days of Creativity

Okay, here’s a cool idea. A website titled 30 Days of Creativity is promoting the idea of creating something every day in June.  They call themselves a social initiative based on the premise that your brain is like a muscle — … Continue reading

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