Monthly Archives: November 2012

Panic Button Monday is just a pawn in your game

Every time I push the panic button, this shows up.

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Roll up the sleeves

Sometimes to build something better, or fix what’s been broken, you need to go through ugliness. You may get frustrated.  There will be setbacks, anxiety, weariness.  And no rehab ever works right unless you get your own hands on it. … Continue reading

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We The People

Danh Vo’s  sculpture project We The People aims to reproduce the Statue of Liberty, as it was originally created – at full scale, in huge, thin, fragile copper fragments.  A few of these massive sections are at the Art Institute … Continue reading

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Panic Button Monday says you know what to do

Every time I push the panic button, this shows up.

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Caroline Davis reminds me to love jazz

The other night, fretful about our East Coast friends, we went over to the Elastic Arts Foundation in Logan Square, to see the Caroline Davis Quartet.  It was my first ever visit to Elastic and the first time I’d seen … Continue reading

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Stranded, in the dark

By this morning we’d heard from, or about, most of our friends along the East Coast.  Some did fine all along.  Some got their power back just last night, at 4 AM.  Some got through with adequate supplies and great … Continue reading

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