Crumple the calendar, toss it into recycle, it no longer suffices. Earth Day, Poetry Month, Gallery Night. Emails, iPhones. iPads, iPods. Texts, tweets. Forest fires, oil spills, mine collapses. Quakes, tsunamis, tornados. Rallies, revolutions. A moment of silence for the dead, a century of noise for the living. Noise. No-ise. No-ease. Everyone on the move. What's the next event?
The halls will be alive with the sound of music and soothsayers and art seekers and food eaters and the footsteps of dancers on bamboo floors. The Artasia building, 181 N Broadway, will host a benefit on Saturday April 16, 7 PM to 2 AM, to aid relief efforts in Japan.
Four Earth Poets & Musicians & An Open Mic
Monday, March 21, POETS' MONDAY
7:30 PM: OPEN MIC
Spring starts midnight Sunday, we'll celebrate on Monday
Bring an Earth poem, muddy or clear,
A love poem, a ditty, something that's witty you'd like us to hear
Come to listen, come to read, it's nearing time to plant those seeds!
9 PM: Four of the EARTH POETS & MUSICIANS
Jahmes Finlayson, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Holly Haebig, & Harvey Taylor
Linneman's, 1001 E. Locust St,
I want to send an Email to my danceserv list: Mali Blues and De La Buena have gigs in March. I glance towards my computer, though I know it's not there. And even if I go to the library, I can't access my address book until my Mac's back. I wonder what to wear today, heavy jacket or lighter, have a vision of myself checking weather.com, instead have to wait for the weather channel or WUWM to get around to telling me the temperature.