Do What Artists Do! Become Part Of The Exhibition
The Meyer May House
You don’t have to be an architect to appreciate this house, built in 1908-09. More information on Wikipedia here. Generally open on Sunday afternoons and by appointment, it should be open for extended hours during ArtPrize 2014.
ArtPrize is around the corner…………………..
ArtPrize 2014 is just around the corner……………
You Can Pick Your Nose – You Can Pick Your Friends – You Can Make a Law to Pick Your Friends Nose!!
Legislating Goodness is a tough act. Legislating Righteousness, however, seems to be a worthwhile endeavor for some politicians. But where exactly is the motivator for these incredible monstrous stacks of legal babble? It’s Money. Not goodness. Not even righteousness.
Let’s take a look at the…
Recent Encounters With Authority Inspire this Posting **Directly borrowed from “Beames on Film“
Despite the ultimate, spirit-crushing lobotomy visited upon Nicholson’s Randle McMurphy following his strangling of the nurse, one of the really exceptional elements of ‘One Flew’ is that the institution is not portrayed as malicious for its own sake. Ratched is stern and rigorously enforces…
They told me it is safer not to discuss politics. So I won’t. I’ll just discuss wooden teeth. Sort of. Here is STEP ONE. Admitting you can’t control your addiction and/or compulsion.
My Wooden Teeth
First there were The Republicans. The salt of the old Middle Ohio Valley American Tin Crafters who were hanging around hunting raccoon and illegal potato poachers in Jackson, Michigan. They…
I can only shake my head. If we had simply stuck to the laws as written we would not be having this discussion and opening this huge can or worms now.
For much of that time, Topic B has been “Why hasn’t this been Topic A on Facebook?” Sociologist Zeynep Tufekci asked that in a post on Medium. The disparity didn’t last long, she wrote, but what if Twitter’s unfiltered feed hadn’t helped this discussion take off? “Would it ever make it through the algorithmic filtering on Facebook? The first thing to know about the Facebook News Feed is that it contains multitudes.
Once Again – How Can a Man Stand By Calmly? Governor Rick Snyder Endorses Brian Calley
Tom Urich Stumping with Brian Calley for Justin Amash
The election primary for US Representative for the 3rd District had been called “the ugliest” nationally as incumbent Rep. Justin Amash, R-Cascade Township, successfully won on August 5th the chance for his third consecutive term against Brian Ellis. Right…