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My first destination yesterday, Friday, was the apple store in Madison Ave to attend to a technical issue. It was the day of the new iphone release, so the place was packed, but because my visit was for a different purpose I was directed to an assistant immediately, and after close to an hour and an arduous process I was able to leave, problem solved. 1,642 more words


A tale of two cities . . .

I had to visit Edmonton for the last couple days. While I was getting ready to return, I noticed and picked up one of the local free newspapers – the Edmonton Metro. 2,333 more words


Walking Women, advertising and pop-art

Advertising is an interesting field.

But before I get talking about advertising, I want to talk about “pop-art” first.

In the very near future we will be hearing much more about “pop-art” – not that we haven’t heard much before. 955 more words

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The demise of Art Central

What has become a far too common recent situation in the city started again earlier this week – the long-anticipated demolition of Art Central.

It all began this past Monday – November 17. 325 more words


The House Coffee Sanctuary and artist groups

Earlier today I was in the community of Kensington. I stopped in to attend an exhibition opening at The House Coffee Sanctuary.

I periodically stop in at The House for a coffee and pastry as I like to support small independent businesses if I am able. 1,321 more words

Commercial Galleries

Social Justice Art in Calgary

Steven Cottingham‘s show entitled I’ve Committed Sins No God Could Forgive ended on Sunday, September 28, 2014.

I could have written about this during the midst of the exhibition. 1,103 more words

Commercial Galleries

New art installed on the 5th Avenue SW underpass

Recently I wrote about the Burns Visual Arts Society and their 35th anniversary.

As I was doing preparatory research for what I wrote, I encountered a news story that talked about the… 2,354 more words