“We soak in and register the responses and compliments to our work, accumulating over time the self-awareness to be able to name our “thing” and find our niche. Afterall. There are no two alike.” Jamie O’Reilly Mid-Winter BlogOn Becoming “A Voice for the Soul of the City,” and Finding My Niche When I was starting […]

(This is a story written by Jamie, a piece of creative writing in 2008) ¡Viva la Republica! With the revival of our Pasiones folk cabaret, I realize how much more I know and feel about the Spanish Civil War, having been to Spain and had this experience, and said good bye to my friends who […]

sometimes you wonder about heaven and hell but not at once and not on the grey afternoons these days you know what purgatory is the in-between the waiting place the not-quite Halloween not yet turkeys and cranberries -from ‘grey,’ a poem, Nov. 1

Artists have it good. We make things up, show them off, and make our mark. If we’re lucky, people get what we do while we’re here. After we go and leave things behind, those things tell our story. – blog October 31