Rituals of theater

By |Aug. 21, 2019|

Nearly this time last year, I was headlong into classwork, and I used this column to ponder the fact that plays can have universal themes throughout history, and thus maintain the true definition of the term “classic.”

Local author moves into new writing genre

By |Aug. 21, 2019|

“I’ve never seen you looking so lovely as you did tonight, I’ve never seen you shine so bright…The lady in red is dancing with me, cheek to cheek, there’s nobody here, it’s just you and me,” sang Chris de Burgh in 1986.

Judging art at county fair

By |Aug. 14, 2019|

I was excited to help judge 4-H art at the Sheridan County Fair this year, and also nervous about how to weigh individual 4-H members’ achievement against others in the three age divisions of junior, intermediate and senior.

Horses are faster

By |Jul. 31, 2019|

A good song is one that carries the listener off to a special place, a place that can only be visited with the wings of the song to which it is tied.

Seeking out nourishment for art

By |Jul. 3, 2019|

With the sun and the rise in temperatures, those of us who live along the Bighorns finally may realize the rewards of harvesting from garden to table, the pleasure of laying a fly on a stream surface, the adventure of a new hiking trail or a lazy afternoon on the water.

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