The Trump Presidential Lie-brary? The unknown architect certainly has a point of view.

Six days a week, I receive a list from an art-centered magazine called Hyperallergic. The reporters and editors cover a lot of different things, from museums to art to architecture. This morning, Hyperallergic took a “look” at a design by an anonymous New York-based architect who created a concept for The Trump Presidential Lie-brary. The reporter, Sarah Rose …

Another week — well, several days — the 5th iteration of Denver Design Week will be a bit different.

Denver Design Week begins today, October 19, with interesting options, focusing on architecture, commercial products, and the world of design. This program runs through Friday, October 23. In the past two years, I have purchased tickets to learn more about all three of these concepts. Being part of an audience has always intrigued me, because …

Filling out the 2020 ballot is like taking the most difficult test ever. Even with a cheat sheet.

Bit by bit, I studied the state ballot items and the Denver ballot items. And I went online to learn more. That ballot? What a plump one – but I liked that. Then yesterday afternoon, it was time to bundle up the ballot and drop it in the box in front of Blair-Caldwell. I was …

Technology is not my favorite partner, but online shaming is getting pretty crazy.

Recently, on the Today show, there was a video about a mother who was sitting in the stands watching her son play in a middle school football game. She did not wear a mask, but she was threatened with a Taser, and was escorted out. She said she had asthma, and couldn’t breathe with a …