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NightCations?

January 18, 2015

Can’t spare the time for a DayCation? What about a NightCation? There are lots of possibilities to re-energize after work.

My recent NightCation attending the screening of a rock climbing documentary “Valley Uprising”. It was being shown on the 19th day of Caldwell's and Jorgenson’s 3,000 foot climb up the granite Dawn Wall of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park using only their hands and feet.

I read that this full movie length documentary would appeal beyond climbers - to those who...

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Multi Faceted Adventure

May 14, 2017


In the Friday NY times email alert was a short list of weekend events. A show named “Lilia” was being performed by playwright and actress Libby Skala, at the NY Public Library, Jefferson Market Library in Chelsea caught my eye. 

The play was about the life of Austrian actress Lilia Skala and the relationship with her granddaughter, Libby. This stunning one woman show was previously performed Off-Broadway and at Fringe Festivals. Reading about the Library, I learned it was historically a...

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