Monthly Archives: May 2017

In Memory of those who gave their lives

Memorial Day honors those who gave their lives in service of their country. Personally, I’m not much of a flag flyer. Unlike some who fly the flag daily, I only fly the flag on Memorial Day and the Fourth of … Continue reading

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Arsenic and Old Lace

Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts has done again. Following the theater’s tradition of opening the season with an American classic,  director Scott Chapman, chose ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, an oldie but goodie by Joseph Kesselring. The original play opened … Continue reading

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In Concert

Today, the very last day of April, the snow is melting and sloughing off the eaves. Beware! If an icicle does not fall and cleave your head in two, heavy, wet sloughing snow will thump you on the head and … Continue reading

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