Hill musician brings joy to all, thanks to pandemic

Arts | June 29th, 2020 | Leave a comment

by Len Lear Like many people, my wife and I would normally celebrate a birthday, anniversary or other special event by splurging at a fine restaurant. Last month, however, that was impossible, so I had to think of another idea since our 55th wedding anniversary was coming up. As fate would have it, when my […]

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Museum adds Tobin sculpture to outdoor collection

Arts | June 18th, 2020 | Leave a comment

By William Valerio These days of protest and speaking out are also a time for reflection and looking inward. For many of us, the arts offer a path to healing. Music can be a spiritual refuge, but for me (and this should come as no surprise) it’s the visual arts that get me through. This […]

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New Mt. Airy firm releasing ‘psycatherapist’ book on Zoom

Arts | June 12th, 2020 | Leave a comment

by Len Lear On Monday, June 15, 6 p.m., Mt. Airy-based Archimedes’ Printing Shoppe & Sundry Goodes, which was started last fall, will be releasing “virtually” via a socially-distanced Facebook, Instagram and Twitter Live its first book in a series of children’s books for cat lovers of all ages. Written by Lucy Noland and Susan […]

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Embracing hope for the future at Woodmere

Arts | June 11th, 2020 | Leave a comment

By William Valerio It is abundantly clear across the nation that we have a long road ahead with regard to urgent matters of equality and racial justice. It is a time of anger and sadness, but also of action that comes from self-examination. I spent time this week reflecting on my 10 years as Woodmere’s […]

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