Why This Is Awesome: It’s been a bit grueling of late, dear readers. But I’m sure most of you have experienced some sort of frustration, fatigue or general “What does it all mean?” from time to time. And if you haven’t, bless your heart. I hope […]
When I share with you, dear readers, places where you can find my writing, typically it’s in a location you can easily find online. But this time around, the “Where To Find Me” is in a digital publication called The Core Magazine. That’s right! For […]
Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.
— Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, French writer, poet and journalist
Why This Is Awesome: I recently took a road trip that melded two of my favorite hobbies: learning about history and exploring new spaces. In doing so, it reminded me of another trip I took not long ago when I did the same thing, but under […]
The weekend of May 5th, I had the pleasure of covering the Montclair Film Festival for NewJerseyStage.com. I’ve reviewed new films on my blog in the past, and I love a good film festival where I get a peek at movies most might not see […]
Art is soft power, and an often used, but poorly understood, part of effective change-making.
— Kate Goodall, co-founder and CEO of Halcyon
It may seem odd that we have days on the calendar dedicated to shopping. No, I’m not talking about days like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or Prime Day (I don’t even know how that one got started.). Instead I’m referring to days like Record Store […]
Why This Is Awesome: Le mur des je t’aime is one of those tourist spots that you don’t really travel to a city or country to see, but if you’re in the neighborhood to see something else, you figure “Why not?” That was the case last […]
A few months ago, Gary Wien reached out to me about my blog posts here on Incandescere covering the arts and culture scene. He told me how nice it is to see someone dedicated to the world of the arts and journalism (We’re a dying […]
Art fairs can be a bit overwhelming for artists and collectors alike. And I’m not just talking about the “Big Fish” like Art Basel or Frieze. If you’re a fan of supporting artists, but not necessarily of how the art world treats them, here’s an […]