KBBI Public Radio’s 34th-annual Concert on the Lawn lured many music lovers to the sun-drenched grassy knolls of Karen Hornaday Park on Saturday and Sunday. Revelers of all ages turned out to celebrate summer with an interesting variety of 16 different musical acts under a deluge of sunshine and blue skies. Music moods drifted between […]
Blessed with so many outstanding musicians and performers, Homer residents and visitors have numerous opportunities to enjoy music and dance, topped by KBBI’s Concert on the Lawn this coming weekend.
Drawing mostly on local talent, KBBI public radio station stages one of the best-loved highlights of the summer. The 34th-annual concert will be staged at Karen Hornaday Park from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and noon to 9 p.m. Sunday.
Improvisation master Martin (aka Martty) Zeller and four of his trainees staged their first show of the season Monday evening at the Art Barn, about a half mile east of the light at the corner of Lake Street on the left on East End Road.
The group’s name is “Blank” and comprises four “sort of grown-ups” from a community workshop Zeller held earlier this year.
Through callousness or carelessness, a soda pop can is tossed along the side of the road, gets shoved aside by a plow truck, migrates downhill with the snowmelt and ends up in a creek, river or streambed, disturbing the health and natural function of the waterway and anything living within it.
In conscientiousness, it’s fished out, and through creativity, collaboration and education, it transforms into artwork meant to spread awareness so this cycle doesn’t have to happen over and over again.
Swimming In The Shallows is being performed again this Friday and Saturday at Pier One Theatre, opening at 7:30 p.m. Directed by Marc Oliver, Adam Bock’s “Swimming in the Shallows” follows several friends and their complex lives in Twig Beach, Rhode Island. Shallows tells the story of Barb (Jessica Williams) learning about Buddhist monks and how they […]
By Randi Somers Talented singers and dancers of the Bait and Tassle Burlesque Troupe take time out from a busy rehearsal schedule to pose for a group picture. These local performers will offer their often-sold-out shows at Alice’s Champagne Palace for the final two Fridays in July. This is the fifth round of performances for […]
Five Homer recording artists whose CDs were recorded in Milo Matthews’ “LoveLifeMusic” Studio, will collaborate to produce a singer/songwriter showcase concert at the Down East Saloon tomorrow, July 18, from 8-11 p.m.
The concert will feature performances by local musical talents, Cindy McKenna, Lindianne Sarno, Sharon Friesen Schulz, Sunrise (Kilcher) Sjoeberg and Sally Wills.
• Paintings of Alaska life earn special Saturday show By Randi Somers Homer Tribune The Art Shop Gallery is featuring watercolor artist Barbara Lavallee Saturday July 20. She’ll be coming down from Anchorage for this special event. Barbara Lavallee’s whimsical paintings depicting Alaska life have made her one of the most celebrated artists in the […]
• Summer celebration promises diverse art, entertainment and food By Randi Somers Homer Tribune Almost 40 vendors have signed up to stage the Homer Council on the Arts’ annual Street Faire this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The annual community event includes arts, crafts, music, dance, children’s activities and plenty of flavorful food, […]
A new Pier One Theatre comedy opening Saturday deals with relationships from a number of angles; not just same-sex marriage, but also inter-species love. With gay marriage so prevalent in today’s news, it’s not surprising it’s one of the issues in this new play.
Directed by Marc Oliver, Adam Bock’s “Swimming in the Shallows” follows several friends and their complex lives in Twig Beach, Rhode Island.