A kayak named Minerva

Dan and I have a new way to get out of the house while staying socially distant: kayaking. Technically, Minerva is a packraft, not a kayak. Same diff. It inflates in a snap. Why “Minerva”? Recently I’ve been inspired by a piece of local history. In 1910, an entrepreneur named Oliver Toussaint Jackson founded the […]

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Cincinnati Fringe Festival

Instead of canceling the 2020 Cincinnati Fringe Festival due to the pandemic, the producers at Know Theatre put the festival 100% online. While the video format cannot come close to the experience of in-person theater, I am glad that these artists have a chance to earn some of the revenue they would typically receive during […]

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The AFI Top 100

Early on in our self-isolation, Dan and I decided to work through the American Film Institute’s Top 100. We figured this little project would help make sure that we didn’t emerge from our quarantine cocoon having only rewatched The Office a dozen times. (So far, we’ve only watched The Office one time through.) …And just […]

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