The Bauhaus at 100 celebrates history, design, Herbert Bayer, and Aspen

My first trip to Aspen was in 1986, to interview a superb singer who was going to perform at a royal wedding. She was part of the Aspen Music Festival and School. Sitting in the music tent and soaking in her performance, walking around the campus seeing students everywhere, being struck by the beauty of …

The headline says it all

Yesterday’s New York Times ran an online story pegged to the swearing in of Jared Polis – Colorado’s new governor. The headline: “Colorado’s Got a Gay Governor: Who Cares?” Indeed. I read the story a couple of hours before I watched some of today’s State-of-the-State speech by Polis, and I thought, all I want is …

Why art is important to Colorado – and it’s not just about the economy

On the final day of the year, I thought about something positive to post to help redeem what has been a punishing 2018 (in my estimation). It’s about the arts, and how important it is that people spread the word and support organizations both large and small. And it is not just about the economic …