July 30, 2012 - 6:45am
On Wednesday, May 30th at 7 PM, Carmichael's welcomes back Tania James, highly acclaimed author of "Atlas of Unknowns," in celebration of her new book "Aerogrammes," a bravura collection of short stories set in locales as varied as London, Sierra Leone, and the American...
April 20, 2012 - 4:32pm
What could be the perfect follow up to celebrating the care of Mother Earth? No, sorry, but cheese is an excellent guess.
Fresh from the green goodness of Earth Day (which should really be every day if you ask this little eco-nut) this upcoming Sunday, April 22nd, here’s your chance to join worldwide forces in rapid succession for a cause just as worthy and healthy. This upcoming Monday, April 23rd, is...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Author, teacher and Sarabandista, Kirby Gann, will share his latest literary release, ‘Ghosting’, tomorrow afternoon, Saturday, April 21st at Carmichael’s Bookstore. Stop by at 4pm – you’ve got hours to kill before all that nonsense at the waterfront.
So. Apparently there is some big hullabaloo concerning the river, a bridge, drunken citizens and bad music all culminating in some brightly-colored – and crazy loud like…“thunder” they say – lights. Apparently. Apparently it’s tomorrow. ...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Sub Rosa: The Gypsie Courtyard returns for a night of arts and entertainment networking and showcasing on April 27 at Bearno's.
Divinity Rose is hosting a Sub Rosa: The Gypsie Courtyard reunion on Friday, April 27 at Bearno’s in the Highlands. The arts and entertainment showcase and networking event will feature poetry, comedy, music, and a short film.
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
The Mayor’s Book Club turns to the arid and unforgiving landscape of the American desert as the poignant true story behind ‘The Devil’s Highway’ is discussed for April’s meeting, this upcoming Wednesday, the 18th at noon.
The Mexican/American border is a line that continues to haunt the minds and opinions of both nations like a shimmering heat mirage. A line both thin and utterly heavy in its ability to cause controversy, violence and heated-debate, that invisible and electric demarcation in the desert...