When it’s time to bring out the relics of Saint Corona.

While poking around in the art sphere, I found a Hyperallergic story on a cathedral in Aachen, Germany, that owns a reliquary and shrine of Saint Corona. This incredibly beautiful and intricate piece is mainly gold with bronze and ivory, and weighs more than 200 pounds. I know about some of the saints’ terrible dealths by reading, …

What if you have to stay home to work or go to work, but you want to flee? And to where?

During this crisis-ridden year, when fear is all around and there’s not enough money, worries are rising about domestic abuse in a frightening time. In a story this week in  Colorado Independent, managing editor and writer Tina Griego, has laid it out with information from across the state. And it isn’t pretty, as this paragraph …

It is so quiet.

Yesterday afternoon I toured the city in my car. It was a couple of hours before the buzzer sounded on my phone, indicating that we all needed to go home. There were a few people walking around downtown. I drove up Lawrence Street to about 31st Avenue, then drove down Larimer Street. Hardly any people …

The quote of the day: ‘You can’t shoot a virus.’

Well, of course you can’t. But reading several stories today about the spike in sales of guns and ammunition in Colorado, this makes me concerned. I’m already worried about my family members, friends and neighbors, but now if I go to the grocery store, what might happen next? I’m worried about restaurants and their workers …