I am honored that Persimmon Tree chose my story, Abuse Squared, for its Summer 2018 Short Takes. Here is a link (to the link):
The thriving arts scene in Lebanon NH. My article just published in Image Magazine
Posted in art, Small business, small town, Uncategorized, writing |
Tagged Ava Gallery and Art Center, Lebanon NH, Lebanon Opera House, Lucky's Coffee Garage, Mascoma River Greenway, Opera North, Scratch, Upper Valley, Upper Valley Music Center |
Still writing to tell the rest of the world what a magical place is the Upper Valley and its neighboring communities. See some art. My latest piece as Art Correspondent for The Woven Tale Press (Sorry, you’ll have to click on a couple of links to get there but all will be well) :
Posted in art, Blogging, small town, Travel, vermont, Women, writing |
Tagged Aidron Duckworth Art Museum, Alison Palizzolo, BigTown Gallery, Bunny Harvey, Discover Portsmouth, Gertrude Fiske, Hannah Olivia Nelson, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum, Kelley Stelling Contemporary, Lisa Noonis, Sin-ying Ho, Stina Kohnke, Sydney Bella Sparrow, The Woven Tale Press |
My commentary on this beautiful production that just debuted at the Engine Room in WRJ, headed to ArtisTree in Pomfret and then on to Burlington VT. Kudos to Francesca Harper and JAG Productions.
Posted in History, Music, small town, Theater, time, vermont, Women, writing |
Tagged ArtisTree, Billie Holiday, Emerson Bar and Grill, Engine Room, Francesca Harper, JAG Productions, Jarvis Green, Lady Day, Nygel Robinson |
Kelley Stelling is a new gallery in Manchester. Had a good time visiting there on Saturday. I recommend pairing it with a visit to the nearby Currier Museum. Here is the story:
Posted in art, gender roles, small town, time, Travel, writing |
Tagged Bill Stelling, Currier Museum of Art, Fast Forward, Karina Kelley, Kelley Stelling Contemporary, Manchester NH, women artists |
Did you know that author Willa Cather is buried in New Hampshire? Read my latest post about an original musical coming to Lebanon this weekend.
At Northern Stage, it’s 1964. Here is my latest review of Only Yesterday. It will introduce you to a Lennon and McCartney you didn’t know.
Posted in aging, art, History, Music, Northern Stage, small town, Theater, Uncategorized, vermont, writing |
Tagged Beatles, Christopher Sears, John Lennon, Only Yesterday, Paul MacCartney, Tommy Crawford |