Valuable post , I am thankful for the analysis - Does someone know if my assistant can grab a fillable NY DTF IT-2664 version to fill in ?
I would like to see some kind of "barrier" between the two areas, the Poetry area and the restaurant. The noise from the restaurant is loud. Also, the lighting is blinding to the point I wanted to change my seat and face the podium from a different direction. So my 3 Star is more based on the surroundings than the event itself.
It needs to be pointed out that the rent for Poetry on the Plaza is gratis (free). It is meant to serve to Poetry community in our lives. Unfortunately , we have the same MC of the event after 12 long years, without any change , or dialogue. The show is advertized heavily, and is not sustained by its own merit. The MC needs to be turned over to different talent from time to time . Thiis change is long overdue !
Also during McKinleyville Arts Alive, in the Silver Lining Restaurant at the airport-
A show by Herman Bouler at the Silver Lining Restaurant. The reception is tomorrow evening. Please join me - I'd love to have your company and spend some time with you!
"Artists and pilots utilize the same side of the brain to do their craft. I am grateful to have that attribute, and happy that I can show my photos at the primary airport of training for my private pilot’s license. I've spent a few hours slow and low, flying over this runway, landing only a few times, turning around and doing it again. I love aviation, and when I heard that there has never been an art show at the
Silver Lining featuring airplanes, I thought of my airshow photos. Photographing airplanes at an airshow is fun and intense. A constant input of planes and people make this a must-go-to."
Live Music by JD Jeffries and Michael Stewart
Also, in the main part of the airport is a show called "Women's Work," art by Elizabeth Berrien, Lynn Carlin, Becky Evans, Lida Penkova, Georgia Long, Micki Dyson-Flatmo and Rachel K. Schlueter.
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Sep 22, 2016
vol XXVII issue 38
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