Blogs

Navel-Gazing: Notes from Seeing the Whole Thing

Jun
02

So, one week into the festival, I have a series of personal notes. Read on--if you don't mind navel-gazing.

Category: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Posted By shawn read more

Shows of the Festival After Day 4

May
31

After four days of Fringe, I've seen fourteen shows, on my way to seeing the entire festival. My top shows of the festival at this point are, in no particular order:

  • Empire of Feathers
  • The Terrorism of Everyday Life
  • It Might Be OK
  • Seven (x1) Samurai

All but Terrorism are still in town, and all are well-worth seeing it.
On to Day 5.

Category: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Posted By shawn read more

Go OTR

Jun
02
Small but enthusiastic turn out for the first Go OTR 5K Run/Walk. Run/Walk is the best description of my participation. I did make it to the finish in slightly under my predicted time of 33 minutes. Then dropped by Know Theatre for a post-race mimosa.
Category: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Posted By Anna Mae read more

The Best Part of Vacation...

May
31
The most exciting part is going, but the best part is coming home. Just in time for the OTR Extravaganza of Fringe, 5K & Tour of Homes.
Category: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Posted By Anna Mae read more

Duveneck Memorial Art Show May 13th in Covington

May
08
This Sunday, May 13 is the Duveneck Memorial Art Show in the Covington riverside district. More than 40 artists will have original works of art for sale.

The annual Covington art show is a great option for people who love art but don't have thousands to spend on a painting. If you're looking for art as an investment, you can take a chance on an unknown artist and spend a lot less money. If you're looking for art for your home, you won't be disappointed- they have art for sale that fits any budget. Past shows have included jewelry, sculpture, paintings and photography.
Category: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Posted By Anonymous (not verified) read more
Subscribe to RSS - blogs