When will we learn? My cities (St Paul and Minneapolis) are, literally, on fire. “No justice, no peace.” We demand justice for the murder of George Floyd. Curfews are in place. Peaceful protests continue. We walked through our neighborhood this afternoon. A very different place. The world has seen the images. Cities around the countryContinue reading “A Community Despairs”
The Twins lost to Cleveland but fun was had by all… A Minnesota twist on the Bloody Mary?! …it’s only the THIRD inning??!! Kathleen and me Our dear friends Jane and Tom
In looking back at recent weekly photo challenges, I noted ‘cherry on top‘ and ‘details‘. This pic of Kenny has a ‘cherry’ (I love the light that floats high above his head) and the ‘details’ of the windows that open up to the ruins and sky; the rough stone, and the thoughtful pose of a youngContinue reading “Kenny & Weekly Photo Challenges”
Weekly Photo Challenge: Abstract- The Scar
The Mississippi has arrived on a main road through lowertown St. Paul, closing it as an east/ west route. Life goes on however, as the Farmer’s Market is in full swing and St. Paul Jazz Fest sets up for the weekend.
The flood waters are on the rise and there is lots of drama along the river. Lock and Dam No. 1 and Minnehaha Falls are sites/ sights to behold 🙂 !
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Playing tourist in one’s hometown can be an inexpensive and rewarding junket. On a recent October day, I decided to do just that! My first destination was the Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Strolling through the garden, I checked out art I remembered and new installations of…
Hazel’s NE, Confection by Chef Ali Koroglu- follow him: @chefboyali on Twitter http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/photo-challenge-one/
An evening of ceramic and glass art showcased by the fine cuisine of Sapor Cafe & Wine Bar was the perfect prelude to Winter Wares, a companion event held at Circa Gallery, Minneapolis, MN, December 13th. Winter Wares provided a festive, personal venue in which supporters, collectors, visitors and fellow artists could browse and meet-and-greet.Continue reading “Winter Wares: Ceramic Arts To Have AND To Hold”