Art in the Age of Quarantine

Well shit’s looking pretty grim my friends. Folks are dying, the stock market is in the toilet. Open mics are canceled. OH GOD THE OPEN MICS ARE CANCELED. If you aren’t a comedian, this is probably a relief. But for a very small percentage of the population, in these early days of the global pandemic … Continue reading Art in the Age of Quarantine

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Tangriel sighed and nervously stroked the white feather in his derby hat when he saw the passenger.  “Well this is awkward.” “Hello, Hogsworth.”  “Tangriel.” “Well, are you getting in?” The paunchy man unbuttoned his suit jacket and slid into the back seat.  “Buckle up,” Tangriel said and caught Hogsworth roll his eyes in the rearview. … Continue reading Rideshare

Unsolicited: 5 ways to help your artist friends without spending a dime

If you’re reading this blog you are either a friend of mine or REALLY into blogs. Like, you’ve gone down the rabbit hole, bud. Maybe after you finish this you should go outside and look at a flower for a while.  But either way, you probably have a personal connection to art and the artists … Continue reading Unsolicited: 5 ways to help your artist friends without spending a dime