There are people we remember

We all have those people in our lives. The ones who surprise us with their caring, their spunk. The ones who change lives through their generosity and vision. E. Arthur Prieve, aka Al, was one of those people. Al (on the right) founded the Bolz Center for Arts Administration at the UW Madison, where IContinue reading “There are people we remember”

Dance “review”: Compangie Käfig

Living in Boston these last months has felt a bit like an extended Christmas – new gifts spread out over time. My apartment is still more than 75% un-complete; each week, it seems, I buy some new piece of furniture, make a plan to pay it off, and begin to scheme over the next oneContinue reading “Dance “review”: Compangie Käfig”

Whom do you envy?

It seems like every conversation I have these days inevitably includes some variation of “So, what’s next for you?” When I say I don’t know, the follow up is obvious: “Well, what do you want to do?” That’s the interesting question, and I’m still figuring it out.  It’s a bit like a wrestling match inContinue reading “Whom do you envy?”

Giveaway winner and a public service announcement

Thanks to everyone who entered to my One Night of Queen ticket giveaway!  The winner was chosen by a highly scientific method; I wrote every entrant’s name on a piece of paper, tossed them into the air, and waited to see which one my dog would try to eat.  She chose Kim, whose favorite QueenContinue reading “Giveaway winner and a public service announcement”