A new business combines classic paintings, art instruction and wine to create an evening of culture, learning and fun.
Food and Drink Features Greg Horton
Most of us grow up with art of one sort or another. Rare is the refrigerator not graced with the crayon scrawls of a fearsome crimson or sky-blue beast that is actually just the family cat or dog. Scraps of bad poetry are stuffed under beds and in drawers, and doodles in spiral notebooks get tossed with the biology notes.
Letters to the Editor Randy Burghart
Blair Humphreys (Commentary, “Streetcar for the car-free,” Feb. 16, Gazette) is
using bait-and-switch tactics! He is trying to get support of the rail
system by saying it is going to serve the poor and impoverished.