There's a lot going on this week, too much spend our time together on bon mots and anecdotes culled from the memoirs of Dominick Dunne.
Hey, Hey, Goodbye
An elegy for the College of Santa Fe
Something that struck me the first time I read Romeo and Juliet was the thought that, well hell, now that the kids are dead, both of these families are going to have to find some way to get them back, to return to that healthy, portentous place where the future looks fruitful. It was arrogant to think that it couldn’t get to that point; that the kids would always be around.
Visual Poetry at Hunter Kirkland Contemporary
Paintings by Charlotte Foust and sculptures by Eric Boyer.
Tomboy: a Graphic Memoir at Warehouse 21
Free Wednesday: Film Series at Albuquerque Museum of Art and HistoryMore Recommented Events ››