I was initially excited to see To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway, and bought a pair of tickets months ago.
*** John “Fletch” Fletcher keeps busy. Photography, acting, doing voice-overs, playing bass, dancing salsa, teaching English…the list goes on. He studied film and video production in college at Notre Dame (and worked on the movie Rudy, which was shot on the campus). But he got away from his film roots for a while, working for … Continue reading A Road Less Traveled – Our Q&A with John Fletcher of FletchJr Photography
*** Carrie Roble says that no matter where she is, she is at home in the water. She spent summers growing up swimming in the Great Lakes. While attending college in Maine, she was the captain of Bowdoin’s swim team. She’s been an ocean lifeguard in Los Angeles, and a scuba diver in Western Australia. She has an M.S. … Continue reading Park Over Plastic – Our Q&A with Carrie Roble – Science Director – Hudson River Park Trust
*** Lydia Bourne lives in Connecticut, is married to an Englishman, and has a job which is largely in Italy (working with her sister, who lives in Florida). But she’s lived all over, including Melbourne and Geneva, so this is hardly an unexpected situation for this citizen of the world. I asked her to take … Continue reading Olive Oil & A Boutique Hotel – Our Q&A with Rastrello Ambassador Lydia Bourne
A few weeks ago, a small NewsWhistle contingent attended the 9th Annual Chekhov Variety Show, a celebration of Anton Chekhov’s birthday, at City Winery in NYC.
You’ve got a few weeks left to see Joan Miró: Birth of the World at MoMA (the Museum of Modern Art) in New York City—it’s here until June 15th.