It’s a week for smiles, because this weekend includes my favorite day of the year – the return of daylight saving time. How best to celebrate this glorious annual event? By heading out, of course, perhaps to one of these events.
For many in the Tri-state, especially those near a river, torrential rains and rising waters made the last week a little stressful. If life has drained your spiritual tank, we have a few ideas for refueling it – most of them on high ground. It’s a particularly rich music weekend.
Don’t worry. The fever will break. No, not yours (although we hope you’re well, of course): Mother Nature’s. By the end of the week, it’ll seem a little more like February again, just in time to inspire you to take advantage of these enjoyable indoor events.
Now that our Madness has been cut in half (Thanks, Bearcats! Go, Muskies!), it’s time to turn to thoughts of spring. Opening Day is just around the corner. Get out and get busy…it’s going to be warmer!
The sixth annual Constella Festival focuses on intimate performances and explores several new, nontraditional venues. Tatiana Berman, founder and violinist, shared some insights regarding the performances…
About to head into its fifth season, April 15-24, the festival offers an eclectic mix of unconventional classical programs at varied venues, featuring notable visitors with established and emerging local talent. Visual art and dance also color the festival.