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The Day After the Day Of

  The Day After the Day Of by Paul Ilechko   The sky sheds its tears. This morning is the morning of the day after. The day of mourning, the day after the day of. I beseech the sky to shed tears in order to wash away the tears on my face.   This is […]

We Have a Siri-ous Problem Here

  We Have a Siri-ous Problem Here Witt of Will by Will Roberts   So the other day I’m having a conversation with Siri, you know, my iPhone. So I’m asking her questions and I repeat it over and over and over again, but shes not understanding me, or is she.  Then I determined that […]

Acronym To Follow

  ACRONYM TO FOLLOW by Peter Brav   Finally Our Day has come There’s a Day for everything For doughnuts, siblings, eight track tapes Grilled cheese, daughters and sons to work Encouragement, Alzheimer’s Coffee, math, chewing gum Blasphemy, yo-yos And now finally One for us Truly a Day to celebrate National Don’t Shoot An Unarmed […]

Tampa Bay Photo Shootout

Calling all photographers!  Join us for the Tampa Bay Photo Shootout in St. Petersburg, Florida being held from April 4- 6, 2014.  This event brings photographers from across the country together for photography, education, sightseeing, camaraderie and fun.  Attendees will participate in four photography workshops of their choice, a keynote presentation by Jim Clark, two […]

Wildlife Exhibits / Denver Museum of Natural History

    From Alaska to Argentina, Africa to Australia, more than 90 wildlife and habitat scenes illustrate our planet’s amazing diversity. Like three-dimensional “postcards” from places near and far, they capture moments in time, showcasing the world’s wondrous animals and the delicate ecosystems in which they live. http://www.dmns.org/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/wildlife-exhibits/

KONOVALENKO: GEM CARVINGS OF RUSSIAN FOLK LIFE

  Vasily Konovalenko (koh-noh-vuh-len-koh) was born in 1929 in Petrivka, Ukraine (just north of the Black Sea). After earning a degree in art and architecture, he became a stage designer for the Donetsk Opera and Ballet Theatre. He worked on productions of Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, and other classic operas and ballets.  In 1957, […]

EGYPTIAN MUMMIES Exhibit

  A pair of ancient wooden boxes contains a treasure trove of information. Two women, wrapped in linen and enclosed in painted coffins, hold the secrets of 3,000 years. Who were they? How did they live? How did they die? Finally their mysteries are revealed through the magic of modern technology. Museum scientists collaborated with […]

Giddy up grandparents and grandkiddos! For the Buckaroo Breakfast

  Designed just for grandparents and their grandchildren, the Buckaroo Breakfast is a rootin’ tootin’ good time! Lasso up some fun with a morning of private play, a full cowboy breakfast and Wild West-inspired activities, all while supporting the Children’s Museum of Denver. REGISTER NOW! For more information please contact Gwen at 303-561-0110 orGwenK@cmdenver.org. Please note: […]

Hoosier Radio Hour: A 1940’s Christmas, Indiana State Museum, December 7

  Date: December 7, 2013 Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Join the Indiana State Museum Legacy Theater Troupe as they celebrate the holidays with “Hoosier Radio Hour: A 1940’s Christmas”. This delightful live theater piece finds the staff of WISM, Indiana’s smallest radio station, struggling to bring holiday cheer to the airwaves while they […]

Wednesday Docent Talks at New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, Dec 4 – 18

  Date: December 4 – December 18 Time: 12:15 pm December 4: The Collecting Couple Herbert and Dorothy Vogel December 11: American Modernist Georgia O’Keeffe December 18: Taos Society of Artists Joseph Henry Sharp FREE with museum admission (NM Seniors are free on Wednesdays; NM residents: $6; Adults $9; children 16 and under free; $1 […]