August @ the AP Collection
You spend August in full-blown summer mode while already lamenting the beginning of fall and dreading the impending blow of winter. It's a time of transition and as school starts up again, whether you're directly affiliated or not, it's certainly a point to reflect and reassess.
No difference for the AP Collection, which took a look back on an entire life's collection of art (now with video!) and offered a bit of a taste of the season to come with a visit to a zombie wonderland. August had plenty to offer to stimulate our present as Genevieve's art show came to a close and a chat with a reporter shed light on the ride share progress in Pittsburgh. Of course, there was your recommended dose of creatives giving their thoughts, views, and stories which are worth checking out.
Now on to September, with more art, more shows, more chats, and more hoodies.
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Ali Spagnolia and I fill each other in on what we've both been up to for the past ten years.
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Chuck Cramer, co-owner of House of the Dead, talks about the beginnings of this everything-zombie related store and give us some insight into zombies, horror movies, and the like. (photo credit:
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: My little art show has a closing reception coming up! August 15th, 7-9PM at 720 Receords, 4405 Butler Street. Come for the free booze and stay for the art!
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Kim Lyons talks about her work as a journalist for the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, ride sharing in Pittsburgh, and her Boston roots.