He's a comedian, an entertainer just Like Rush, Hannity and Coulter. Get over it David.
B.M. seems to HATE more than anyone I have heard of. I thought the so called LEFT was the one group that did not HATE anything and or anyone. I thought the LEFT folks were the OPEN MINDED, accept everyone, embrace everyone, live and let live group. Folks on the LEFT, IF this is your true belief system and you are not just being hypocrites or giving LIP-SERVICE then how can you embrace this man and ANYTHING he has to say? Can you say intolerant?
Awesome. They should call Friday the 'Prolouge" Stage in true 'Tour de...." fashion. I'll be there with bells on....literally.
The Archeri wasn't too dark, it was too convulted and stupid. It was hard to not to burst out laughing at how vacuous the play was. The Empty boat is EMPTY.
It's absurd because there are so many morons who cannot see that the online birth certificate is a total fake--in about 15 different ways. I give up on you dummies!
Another alternative for artists hoping to show their work, sell their work, and meet other artists is the Treasure Valley Artists' Alliance. TVAA is a group of about 150 local artists and we put on quarterly shows. The current exhibition, Foray 2, features 59 works by 59 local artists. Currently all our shows are hosted by Boise State Public Radio in their offices at 220 E. Parkcenter Blvd. in the Yanke Building. Any artist can join TVAA for a small annual fee. 80% of sales go back to the artist. While not a gallery, this offers an alternative for artists hoping to have their work seen (and purchased). And while this is not official gallery space, we curate and hang the shows professionally with the help of our artist members who have professional experience in mounting exhibitions. Find out more (and view our online gallery of several hundred images) at www.treasurevalleyartistsalliance.org
Awesome! I love the Flying M! I used to drive from Caldwell on Saturday mornings to get Coffee before they even thought about Nampa!
This is a great idea! Thanks for the itinerary, it'll make Thursday much easier to navigate.
i will be there with my Green ZAP Truck, the plugin electric vehicle
Ghahahaha! Fail! "The Trouble With Man" is the title. *le sigh*
"The Troubled With Man" - not "The Troubled Man". It's a significant difference. =)
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I've seen Matt Grover's sculptures and they are pretty amazing! A true pleasure to watch.
Meh. Anime Oasis has gone into the ground, last year was crappy, the Green Ranger guy was perverted even for being a married man! A lot of drinking, drugs, and underage dealings in the hotel. I won't be taking part in Anime Oasis anymore.
I'm so excited to be a guest at this event this year! the Fine Young Deviants will do our best to disappoint!
A thoughtful review. Thanks
Artsy folks has become a term for those who are creative and artistic but without a name recognized by the traditional arts community. There are so many people who fall in this nebulous category such as fashion designers, make-up artists, performance artists, mimes, puppeteers, lighting designers, etc.
Take a laxative, Sue, and you'll feel much better tomorrow.
William Lewis farts, and Christopher Schnoor is there to describe the bouquet.
Anyone who thinks it's ok to lump every visual artist under the umbrella of "other artsy folks" does not have any respect for artists and should not be tasked with writing about the arts.
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