Archive for June, 2010

Pop Cultural Criticism is the gift that keeps on giving. And not for anything, it is the opinions of the masses that fuel my desire to participate in ongoing discussions concerning matters of taste. I am by no means an “expert” on Taste, except that I sometimes know what I like, I know what I dislike, and given my professional experience with design visionaries, tastemakers, creative geniuses, style gurus and the like, I just may be in a position to substantiate an opinion or two on what might be considered good and “relevant.” This is not to say that my…. [ Read More ]

In my first life, I was a city-slicker of the urban-dweller variety. Except I really didn’t pay too much attention to it. I lived downtown and uptown. I worked and sometimes hobnobbed with the rich & famous, the professionally pretty, and the achingly stylish, and I learned and honed the beginnings of my artistic expression through some of  the world’s top creative minds. I’ve got beautiful stories and memories of a time when my Life was All About Me, and by extension, the beautiful people I associated with. I’ve also got the battle scars and post-traumatic stress flashbacks to gently…. [ Read More ]

The saying, Show Me Your Friends and I’ll Tell You Who You Are is a saying that has been around forever. I come to it by way of my Mother. As previously mentioned, my Mother had a lot of sayings which she used with frequency that gave her life meaning and purpose. She passed along these sayings to my sisters and me, her three daughters. Some of “her” sayings continue to resonate with me and they still carry the wit and reverse psychological impact they once did. Some are an instant call to my renewed sense of self-reflection due to…. [ Read More ]

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