In an ironic twist, the giant blizzard this weekend interfered with drop-off dates for The Mercurial’s juried art exhibition “The Melt.” They have extended the deadline for drop-offs to 2/15 and 2/16, to give the snow a little time… to melt. See the press release below for more details: Icicles dripping. Glaciers fading. Cheese… Continue reading Drop-Off Deadline for ‘The Melt’ Exhibition Extended Due to Blizzard
By Joshua Durkin Originally published in The Mercurial. I cracked the mammoth book released two years ago, a hundred years after his death, The Autobiography of Mark Twain. And today I finally had the chance to actually get into reading it. It’s a fine way to look at life, the way that he decided to… Continue reading A Twainian Beer Review: Midas Touch
I didn’t grow up in Danbury, but I grew up in Danbury. It’s the city where I learned to work hard. It’s where I met my best friends and where I met my husband. (On a Saturday morning at the Three Brothers Diner — from the minute I saw him, I knew he was… Continue reading “My” Danbury: Not Dead Yet?
Press Release from The Mercurial. The Mercurial Gallery in Danbury, Connecticut will be exhibiting ‘Still…’, a photography exhibition featuring Catherine Vanaria, Mark Savoia, and Lys Guillorn from September 15 to October 26 with an opening reception taking place on Saturday, September 22 from 5 to 7pm. Vanaria and Savoia, a married couple who live… Continue reading ‘Still…’ Photo Exhibition Begins at the Mercurial Gallery
I’m glad I never had the money to implement the grand tattoo plans I had as a teenager. Sleeve of Saint Anthony of Padua? Kind of glad that’s not on my arm right now. But soon I’ll be making a pilgrimage to Branford, Mecca of the Universe, to get one of my two deftly… Continue reading A Pointless Tattoo Column from an Unlikely Tattoo Columnist