The United Nations is calling artists ages five to 17 to submit work on the theme of nuclear disarmament. Lynn Trimble shares details and a link to the online gallery featuring works already submitted — plus news of a peace posters contest run by Lions Clubs International.
Lynn Trimble interviews Nick Cartell, a Phoenix-trained actor who landed the role of swing in a production of Jesus Christ Superstar opening March 22 on Broadway. Cartell shares audition tips and a bit about how he nailed the gig.
Anticipating renovations to the Scottsdale Civic Center Library, Lynn Trimble shares “before” pictures taken in January — eager to share “after” photos once work is completed.
Quilts featuring squares by famous children’s authors line the walls of a library inside the Brooklyn’s Children’s Museum, reminding Scottsdale writer Lynn Trimble that Arizona families can celebrate literacy together at a March 24 event in Phoenix.
Lynn Trimble returns from NYC to find a much anticipated piece of mail, then shares it with readers equally excited about summer camp offerings with a theater twist.
After setting out to explore just one block in Brooklyn, Lynn Trimble discovers that a short walk or simple ride on the subway gets you to all sorts of arts and humanities fare.
The Mesa Festival of Creativity runs through March 18 at the Mesa Arts Center. Lynn Trimble share photos of a Saturday visit to the festival with her son Christopher, which got off to an amazing start with a lovely bit of LEGO art.
Lynn Trimble and her daughter Lizabeth enjoy a preview of “Jesus Christ Superstar” after dining with cast member Nick Cartell and his wife Christie. Seems Lizabeth and Nick were both in “The King and I” more than a decade ago in Scottsdale, and he’s happy to share details about the journey from barrel cactus to the bright lights of Broadway.
Lynn Trimble heads to an origami studio in Brooklyn that offers birthday parties, private shindigs, open studio time and oodles of creative ideas for making and displaying art. Read, set, fold…
Lynn Trimble has a treat for folks who go “gaga” for dance — a roundup of more than a dozen dance performances coming soon to Valley stages from Israel, Australia, California and Arizona’s many talented dance companies.
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