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Art and Design Show Boston
My friend, Ed, and I did our annual visit to the AD show on Saturday. I think Ed is buying designer side tables and coffee table for over $2000. He has a wonderful urban inn in the south end of Boston. We started at the BeeHive Restaurant with brunch, it's close by Cyclorama and it was snowing and sleeting. The great majority of time that I go in to see something at the Cyclorama, its raining. Luckily there is a parking garage just behind it and the elevator door opens practically next to the front doorwary. The show this year didn't have a good attendance, so I hope it continues. After the long winter we have had, people may be staying in.
I love this building, and one of the most wonderful experiences I've had on my European travels was to visit the cyclorama building in Lucerne. The history of these buildings is very interesting but the painting (The Bourbaki Panorama) on the walls of the building in Lucerne is mind-blowing.
|Live Jazz playing here at the BeeHive|
I'll be doing an interview on the local TV channel and selectman Laura Dillingham Mailman on Thursday, April 9th. I am no public speaker and have a small voice and lots of lapses of memory and never could remember people's names, so this could be a catastrophe. Nothing ventured, nothing gained, so off I go again, jumping off the proverbial cliff.