Monthly Archives: June 2011
Themed “A Summer in Spain,” the 11th annual West 18th Street Fashion Show was an eclectic mix of artistic endeavor and schticky accessories. Of the 18 designers, about half showed wearable creations, a few truly innovative collections, and an assortment of odd choices … Continue reading
I have a few additional thoughts regarding “America: Now and Here”. I’ll admit that I never gave the visual art a fair shake, focusing more on the events, thinking I’d be back soon and check out what’s what. As such … Continue reading
I reviewed the Simon Carrington Chamber Singers at the performance at Grace and Holy Trinity Catholic Church for the Kansas City Star. Because the AC unit was making so much noise and ruining the ambiance of a cappella singing it … Continue reading
I want to recap a show that opened last month here in Kansas City. Well, more event than show, at least for my involvement and observation. “America: Now and Here” ran at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center in the Crossroads over the … Continue reading
I reviewed the Bach Aria Soloist’s “Bach & Jazz Inventions” concert, which featured saxophonist Bobby Watson and bassist Jeff Harshbarger. The program contained many selections of J.S. Bach’s work, obviously, along with some jazz pieces, a few jazz-ish interpretations of … Continue reading
It is a very good thing to live with a very good cook. It also helps when, being pregnant, one’s husband takes his provider role very seriously and creates delicious meals to feed his wife and child. It is not a good … Continue reading
Since a portion of this blog is devoted to the perfect meal – le sandwich – I feel it is my duty to corral links and information in honor and celebration of that aforementioned item. Behold: Selleck Waterfall Sandwich.