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Continue Reading → Covering the arts is an incredible privilege, not least because these works--typically positive, often to promote beauty expressed in this world--break up an otherwise depressing news stream. Currently on kcur.org, this story's post falls between a piece covering the fatal shooting by police in KCMO on Thursday, June 14th and a piece... Continue Reading →
I love summer and one of the things I love most about summer is the prevalence of free, often outdoor, free, casual events and concerts, that are free, family friendly, and get us all out and mingling and making music and art as part of a community. Fo' free. Did I say free? (Though donations... Continue Reading →
There's always more. Writing this piece was a lesson in hard editing, because no way could I pack in all the details and thoughtfulness that Wilks and their collaborators poured into this work. (I tried. I cut out hundreds of words. My editor cut 400 more.) I need to go back and revisit the installation... Continue Reading →
May/June KC Studio includes a write up on the 2nd annual Kansas City Contemporary Music Festival during Crossroads First Fridays.