Q&A with Kentucky Poet Laureate Frank X Walker

Tomorrow is Kentucky Writers’ Day, the Kentucky Arts Council’s annual celebration of the state’s literary heritage and history. In advance of Writers’ Day, Emily B. Moses, arts council communications director, asked Kentucky Poet Laureate Frank X Walker a few questions about his first year as poet laureate. 477 more words

Arts Events

LUNAR ECLIPSE| Auckland –Tuesday-15th April 2014

That night of the Lunar eclipse that happen over in that one Auckland night, was interesting during the event.. The crowds amazing turned up despite the Auckland weather was saying sever overcast during the whole windy night.. 262 more words

Traveling And Adventuring

The Method of the Moth

I’d like to tell you that my appearance at the Moth happened by accident.

What I’d like to say is that I was discovered, minding my own business, telling a personal anecdote to a friend in a Highlands coffee shop when a cigar-chomping man in a pinstripe suit, and a Yankee accent handed me his card and said “Son, you got a STORY there. 1,359 more words

Arts Events

Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibition 2014

I really liked JPG when I met him at one of the Victoria and Albert Fashion in Motion Shows in 2003. Ready to chat and discuss his work with everyone both fashion students and press his striking designs were loved by us all. 122 more words


Art and Earth Reception Saturday April 12

The artists’ reception for the Berkeley Arts Council’s Fourth Annual Art and Earth Juried Exhibit will be held tomorrow (Saturday) evening, April 12 from 5-7 pm at the Berkeley Art Works, 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg. 177 more words

Berkeley Arts Council News

A Mini Star Wars Odyssey

This morning, I have come across to these series of photography by Zahir Batin. Immediately they put a smile on my face. I found it cheeky and amusing. 81 more words


GAMING TRAILERS | the elders scrolls online- the siege

In this we see a massive fortress wall in need of a siege in which in a struggle battlement to seize the Ruby Throne from the holdment of Oblivion… in this of a battle scared of place of Cyrodiil.. 48 more words