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Live Performances TODAY – Better than Ever!

Watch Netflix’s Abstract – Episode 3 – Es Devlin Stage Designer. Truly portrays how Live Performances are becoming quite the wonderful and immersive experience. This is why we believe so much in Live Performances! Sneak Peak: https://youtu.be/DYaq2sWTWAA?list=PLvahqwMqN4M0fmh2gjEqNbUA3uCVMZbDB  


Yep – Art does enrich our lives!

http://www.seattletimes.com/opinion/the-arts-enrich-and-inspire-fight-for-federal-funding/


Today’s Election in Context w/ our Economy – David Richardson

  Donald Trump’s Presidential victory early this morning continues recent countries sway towards populist and more nationalistic governments.  When we perceive disorder from immigration policies and overseas conflicts, our natural tendencies are to be more cautious of opening up more to the world (i.e. trade policies, international agreements, immigration, etc.).  This is normal and to be expected.   Instead of our normal astonishment, let’s place this morning’s Presidential victory in greater context:   America is much greater than any one President.  We have immensely strong institutions with many checks and balances.  America’sRead More


Brief Thoughts of Art by David Richardson

True Art is unbridled individual expressions free from any exogenous biases – so long as the expression was indeed TRUE to the individual and not done solely for monetary gains. If True Art gains attention by the people, it should always be allowed to be expressed.  Art reveals the problems and issues of our society, and Art also conveys many solutions for societies – we just need to pay attention and listen to understand. “In a decaying society, art, if it is truthful, must also reflect decay. And unless it wants to break faithRead More


Get Your Mojo (Inspiration) Back

      Inevitable—during our life—that we lose our inspiration due to the monotony of daily living.  We yearn for enlightenment yet seldom obtain this broadening mindset in our ever-increasing busy lives.  As we place greater focus on work and family, too often our perspectives become continuously narrower and narrower.  We become more limited with our thoughts as we choose to surround ourselves with a smaller circle of people we ‘FEEL’ comfortable to be with.  However, by limiting the people you spend your time with, you limit your mind’s potential. Read More