The last vestiges of a winter chill will not deter our spring. Balmy temps and the “great outdoor escape” are around the corner. Hang in there.
One of the serendipitous coincidences when publishing a blog is discovery. I have known this talented woman for almost two decades and, once again, I’m awakened to the intellectual depth of my friend. Allow me to introduce Rainee Denham.
Rainee is the classic trifecta of a life in theater, a captivating voice, dancing graces, and the transcendent study of acting. Here she reveals a sophisticated level of communication through the written word. Visit her website (raineedenham.com) and be amazed.
“Turn And Face The Strange” is the first visit from Rainee. She will join us for the April edition of Central Standard Time with another compelling article.
As always, I am so pleased you are here. Every month the contributors to this blog ask you to read. Reading is the muscle of knowledge and intellect, and fundamental to our future. Visit the enlightened creativity that graces these pages and note your opinion with the “Like” button. Better yet, send your opinions with a comment. We love to hear from you.
Making Meaning In Art: In the Studio of Gabriel Karagianis by Erin reeves Denk
All The News That’s Fit To Print? by Steve Buschbacher
The Most Trusted Man in America by John Zielinski
Quo Vadis, Mr. Murrow by Brule Eagan
Ahh, Spring by Tom DeMichael
Philosophy Meets Real Life by Marc Piane
Constitutionally Speaking by Joe Tortorici