“When I say nothing is important, this is not a nihilist perspective.”
“I was overwhelmed with concerns about equity, privilege, race, and class.“
“It’s very difficult to know what the coming year will bring, even for horoscopists like us.”
“Let your creativity flow.”
"We would order drive-through hot cocoa and spend hours checking the road clearing progress."
“Get your kids outside during the break!”
“I hope the audience comes away with a sense of excitement and shock!”
"Look to the future."
Enjoy this monthly round up of Art and Poetry
What was the best of 2021? Here are your picks!
“These are some really solid choices that would be hard to bump off my favorites of 2021 list.”
“Time will tell if the bag ban was an effective tool to reduce plastic production.”
“I think that invisible boundary is a really interesting place to live.”
“Learn more about Wheelhouse Bike Community at wheelhouse.bike”
"Fear of school violence weighed heavily on me when I was teaching."
“Your need for comfort and power does not outweigh society’s overall need for health and well-being.”
“We’re not just the heart of Kennewick, we are also the creative soul of Kennewick.”
“Get out to the movie theater for one or all of these late-year releases!”
“The Mid-Columbia Mastersingers present a program celebrating the music of Chanukah”
We rounded up November's art and poetry for your enjoyment!
“Participating in our modern consumerist existence is physically changing our brains...”
“I didn’t say a thing because I was so afraid to get shot that day.”
“I’m trying to save this for these people I love.”
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“We all create stories to protect ourselves." —Mark Z. Danielewski, House of Leaves
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