Just another WordPress weblog

Archive for September, 2010

The Mike Varley Plain Dealer: A Night at the Rinks

September 25th, 2010

Dear Friends and All, As content continues to flow and I look for buckets to put it in, my thoughts turn to New York and its bottomless well. It’s the city of infinite dangers for those striving for sanity, yet it holds the mental riches of the world. New York City is the best, New [...]

The Mike Varley Plain Dealer: The Ordination of Montgomery Jackson

September 12th, 2010

Dear Friends, MUMs, and all in between, A question for you to puzzle: How do you transmit intention through email? How do you show conviction with an Arial font? How do I get you to understand what you’d know if you saw me in the eyes? This is the question at the core of the [...]

“Perceptions of Character” at Littlefield NYC

September 4th, 2010

“Perceptions of Character” At Littlefield NYC September 1st-September 26th, 2010 Artists were asked to consider the question, “What are you made of?” The answers are a culmination of how we perceive each other as people & artists, as well as the narrow line between reality & fantasy; a diverse representation of the artists & the [...]

Brief Thoughts on Beck

September 2nd, 2010

An article by Steve Benen on Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” speech was posted by a friend on Facebook and it generated a lot of comments from both sides of the argument.  It allowed me to codify my own thoughts on the situation.  As follows: