Jazz and Chihuly

A few weeks back I went to see this fantastic show at the NYBG featuring Dale Chihuly, an American artist who’s mastered the translucent and transparent qualities of ice, water, glass, and neon. He  creates works of art that transform the everyday experience. It was spectacular to see the installation illuminated at night. Above is […]

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Full Circle

I have been in-between projects the past few weeks, and I have not settled on what to lean into next. I have been reading the Bill Moyers and Joseph Campbell The Power of Myth slowly as I find the time. Sitting on my desktop—not the virtual one—I leave it out for moments of insight when I […]

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Dog Sitting

For those of you that know me you know I’m not much of a pet person. Having never had a pet of my own I’ve never developed the need for a pet. BUT for the next 3 weeks my family is dog sitting a great little maltese (I think) named Bentley. He’s been a lot […]

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Town Hall

Spent the afternoon on Sunday listening to my US Congressman, Sean Patrick Maloney at a Town Hall. I live in a very mixed district, and I don’t envy any decent politician at the moment, but you know the kind of day someone is having when the best quote is, “I love Beacon, everywhere else I […]

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