Winter doldrums can be an opportunity in South County Art Association’s many and varied classes for beginners to masters wanting to develop the talents of their artist within.
Red can be a powerful color, invoking emotions of passion, anger, love and other strong emotions, and the color and its many interpretations are the theme of this month’s exhibit at the Wickford Art Association, “Seeing Red,” which debuted Feb. 7 and runs through March 1.
For 15 years, Sherri Rosen-Mason has been focused on bringing diversity to the enrollment at Hillcrest, a boarding school in New Hampshire where she is head of admissions. She’s proud of her incremental success.
Watching the Contemporary Theater Company’s rendition of “A Christmas Carol” could change any miserly and hard-edged Scrooge into someone warm-and-fuzzy.
The freezing temperatures in February make it difficult to force myself out the door after dark. And knowing that I’ll be standing around outside for extended periods while trying to stay completely silent doesn’t make it any easier. But hearing just one distant hoot warms my bones and makes the experience worthwhile.
When guests visit the local observatories, staff astronomers always look to impress them with great views of the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn and Mars when any of these worlds are observable.
Happy New Year everyone. Yet another year has passed into the history books, and I am once again presenting some of the astronomical highlights upcoming in 2020. While there are a couple of impressive upcoming events, any time the skies are clear and transparent many stargazers are enticed out under the vault of the heavens to explore our beautiful universe.