Monthly Archives: September 2011

Just Giving it Away: Part 4

This is the final part of a series of posts in response to Matthew Malady’s “El Cheapo Guide To Culture” on Slate.com. Go here for the first, second, and third part of the series. Go back to school: This is … Continue reading

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Just Giving It Away: Part 3

This is part 3 of a series of posts in response to Matthew Malady’s “El Cheapo Guide to Culture” on Slate.com. Go here for the first and second part of the series. ************ Volunteer your time instead of forking over … Continue reading

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Just Giving it Away, Part 2

This is part 2 of a series of posts in response to Matthew Malady’s “El Cheapo Guide To Culture” on Slate.com. Go here for the first of the series. ****************** Be creative: Malady’s strategy is to share magazine subscriptions, take … Continue reading

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Just Giving it Away: Excellent Free/Cheap Cultural Opportunities

In response to Slate article: “The El Cheapo Guide to Culture” . Disregard the socially insensitive slightly racial slur in the title of the “culturally economical” article by Matthew Malady, posted September 21 on Slate.com. Let’s focus, instead, on his bargain-basement … Continue reading

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REVIEW for KCMetropolis.org: “The Outsiders” at Coterie Theatre

I reviewed “The Outsiders” at the Coterie Theatre, the first production in their Teen/Young Adult Series, for KCMetropolis.org. Read it here.

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REVIEW for KCMetropolis.org: Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Grand Opening Gala

The grand opening events are complete and the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is ready to go.  You can read my review of Friday night’s events here, as well as reviews from the rest of the festivities which will … Continue reading

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In anticipation of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

Today’s the big day – 14 years and millions of dollars later and an art lover’s dream is a reality. The Kansas City Star has run innumerable articles as the project has progressed – yet another on the eve of … Continue reading

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