Happy Birthday, Tom.
Any interesting projects for the near future ?
Yes, I recently decided to spend less time on politics and to shift my focus to a pursuit of some understanding and enjoyment of literature and the arts. I've done some reading in the arts. I'm going to read some of the great fiction.
Tomorrow Jack (having had a bath and wearing his "service dog" vest) and I will attend our first live concert at St. Mary's Chapel at the St. Paul Seminary. http://www.roseensemble.org/shows/gothi ... ht-concert http://www.stthomas.edu/spssod/visitors/campusmap.html http://www.roseensemble.org/
In sum, I plan on reading and enjoying art, music, theater and ballet at the institutions located in the Twin Cities..
Lets hope for a reduction of the crude and vulgar aspect of Old Tom and an increase in culture and refinement.
Today Jack and I enjoyed the performance by the Rose Ensemble at St. Mary’s Chapel at the St. Paul Seminary. http://www.roseensemble.org/shows/gothi ... ht-concert
Thereafter, since we were in the neighborhood, we shared a classic reuben and some cole slaw at Cecil”s. http://www.cecilsdeli.com/
We then proceeded a few blocks to Ford Parkway to find the Minnesota Jewish Theater. Tomorrow I’ll order a ticket:http://www.mnjewishtheatre.org/shows.html
If Alycia and her partner, friends from the dog park, follow my recommendation, we three will enjoy some spirited conversation about the performance when we next meet at the dog park.