Stumbling onto a colorful Chinese lantern festival while out on a bike ride may hold a key to answer Mary Oliver’s question about your one wild and precious life.
A trip to Maui Ocean Center’s vast aquarium offers opportunity for Laurie Klein to contemplate how a place can envelop as well as imprint itself on the soul.
On her latest regional tour, Charity Singleton Craig takes in the exhibit of Marie Webster at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Take High Tea beside pristine waters and mountains ranging down-lake in receding tiers, azure to palest blue with Laurie Klein at Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.
Monica Sharman offers compelling reasons why Garden of the Gods draws out-of-town visitors as well as locals who have lived in Colorado Springs for decades.
Laurie Klein’s trip up the Ladder of Death through Mesa Verde National Park culminates in the poetic creation of ancient Puebloan pottery.
Prasanta Verma tours the Grohmann Museum and ponders the evolution of work and how machines and man fit together. Maybe “Science without art is nothing”?
What if you had a goal for every person in your city to encounter a poem all in one month. Where would you start? O, Miami Poetry Festival, for one.
Sandra Heska King takes a sobering regional tour to the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington HIlls, Michigan.
Prasanta Verma arrives at the right time to see the Milwaukee Art Museum’s rooftop open its wings. Or are they waves? Tour the museum and take in some art.
The broad shoulders of a compact building donated by Andrew Carnegie rises from the bluffs of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. On its front: FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Laura Lynn Brown invites us to Little Rock, Arkansas, to cross the Big Dam Bridge for fitness, or bucket-list bagging, or for love, or for the love of poetry.
Callie Feyen learned a lot about storytelling from Willie Nelson when he was awarded the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song in Washington, D.C.
Michelle DeRusha visits Homestead National Monument in Nebraska and wonders about the pioneers who came to the west and those who were forced to leave.
Charity Singleton Craig reflects on following the ghost of James Whitcomb Riley through Hoosier country.
The Getty Center houses so much art, Dolly Lee can’t see and savor everything it offers in one day. But she makes sure she has time to linger with a museum favorite.
After living most of her adult life in central Arkansas, Laura Lynn Brown finally toured the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site to learn more about the Little Rock Nine.
Here are five great reasons to love the Indianapolis Museum of Art, with 10 great art picks to bring those reasons alive.