Will They Stay or Will They Go?
It’s that time of year again, when some of us breathe a bit easier and not just because we’ve graded our last essays, attended a couple graduations, or taken our first dip in the no longer cold water of our pools. We’re breathing a bit easier and sleeping a little more soundly because they’re gone, […]
Another Way to be in School
In an unassuming building located on the corner of 5th Street and Russell Blvd, (526 B Street if you’d like to visit), can be found a group of pretty incredible people. Over the past five years I’ve had the pleasure of meeting several of the dedicated individuals of which the staff of DSIS is comprised […]
Davis Conversations – Bruce Gallaudet
Davis Conversations is a feature series at Davis Life Magazine presenting profiles of local folks who impact our community. Today, we meet Bruce Gallaudet. (Photo courtesy: The Davis Enterprise) It’s not every day you sit down with a real live Hall of Famer. Bruce joined the club in 2011 when he was knighted by Davis […]
Vocal Art Ensemble – Mostly Madrigals
What exactly is a madrigal, and what makes it so? Where did it come from, and where did it go? This May, the twenty-five singers of the Vocal Art Ensemble (VAE) aim to answer these questions and more with their spring concert program entitled Mostly Madrigals—An Age of Refined Musical Pleasures. “The idea sparked when […]
Gone, but not forgotten.
Most of us have one. We don’t even have to think too long before sharing its name, its location and what we like best about it. Some of us even have a favorite table, a particular view from a perfectly placed chair, and of course, a favorite item on a menu. In fact, some of […]
I’m going to be fifty
I’m going to be fifty. Not just yet. But some day, not in the too distant future, it’s going to happen and there’s nothing I can do about it. Although I have considered moving to another city, since living in a university town is probably the worst place to be if you are trying to […]