How to Make Your Mind More Aware
Eleven powerful keys to shine up your mind so it serves you well−even in the most challenging of times.
Kindness is Alive & Well
Gifting kindness to each other during challenging times can go a long way in keeping us connected and inspired.
Freedom from Fear
Love is the universal force that neutralizes fear.
The City Politic: David Freedlander
A Mayoral-Race Mystery Why is the Black frontrunner getting snubbed by the Black political Establishment?
Lost in the Club
A joint effort from two hitmakers that hits only half the time.
An open, innocent heart can be pierced without being tarnished.
Do You Need Stress?
“The ways and means are available to me...The only question to be asked then is: ‘How much discomfort am I willing to sit with before I invite the answer to be revealed?’”—Dale Jukes
Arden Gallery is looking to 2021 with hope and positivity with their January group show Floral Still Life, signifying unity and rebirth.
The World We Share
As 2021 arrives, RJD Gallery curated an exhibition that helps define inner feelings and the current times. The show, titled The World We Share, will feature artwork from artists such as Geoffrey Laurence, Julia Chen, Matt R. Martin, Salvatore Alessi, Margaret Bowland and Frank Oriti.
CINDY RIZZA - Recorded History
A pile of lovingly made and lovingly used quilts and afghans on a chair in the afternoon sun is a comforting sight. It might inspire remembrance of things past or the idea of curling up underneath one of them for a nap.
Scottsdale & VICINITY
While other states in the country prepare for their cold, winter months, Arizona comes alive with its dynamic, diverse art scene. It’s not all tumbleweeds and dusty earth but rather a burgeoning art destination from the small northern towns of Flagstaff, Prescott and Sedona, to the larger cities of Phoenix, Tucson and Scottsdale.
Nearly four miles into our mid-morning trek on the 17-mile-long Leelanau Trail, Julie Clark makes this confession.
Garvey|Simon in New York is a private dealer and art advisory service in New York. In 2016, it’s co-founder Elizabeth K. Garvey devised an innovative Review Program “to open a dialogue between artists and galleries, a practice that has long been anathema to gallery orthodoxy.”
HOMEOWNER TED GREENE ASKED ARCHITECT LOU DESROSIERS TO FUSE MID-CENTURY MODERN STYLE WITH LAST-CENTURY TIMBER FRAME STYLE. THE RESULT IS A MASTERPIECE.
MOMENTS IN TIME
COLLECTOR'S FOCUS STILL LIFES
Come As You Are
A taxonomy of intimacy from a veteran of the Bay Area queer scene.
THE JEWEL BOX HOUSE
NORTH MEETS EAST IN THIS STUNNING HOME ON A FORESTED BLUFF ALONG LAKE MICHIGAN.
Using the elements as his guide, Michael Scott examines the changing landscape in two exhibitions.
When COVID Becomes the Story
How Superstore leaned into a pandemic it couldn’t ignore.
Please note, as these dates approach, some events may be modified, postponed or canceled to protect the safety of both event organizers and attendees. Check online or call ahead to confirm details. Throughout the year, visit MyNorth.com/Events for current community happenings.
Engaging with the Arts
The 31st annual Celebration of Fine Art returns January 16 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Extremely Online: Scott Galloway
The Capitalist Case for Overhauling Twitter We know it’s terrible for society. But it’s also a terribly run company.
127 Minutes With… Sam Bankman-Fried
Who was that mysterious Biden donor? A dispassionate 28-year-old with $10 billion in crypto.
MEGHAN WARNER BAKER WAS AHEAD OF HER TIME WHEN SHE PURCHASED A 1970S SKI CHALET AND LET IT BE ITS RETRO SELF. FIFTEEN YEARS LATER, IT’S COOLER THAN EVER.
BETSY EBY Mystics
The American Quaker John Greenleaf Whittier wrote a poem about the Vedic practice of consuming a hallucinogenic drink in rituals. As a Quaker he advocated, rather, waiting for “the still small voice of calm.”
A Vibrant Reimagining of a Mid-'60s Williamsburg High-Rise Co-op
Cassandra Bromfield inherited the apartment from her mother and has made it her own.
NOSH ON THIS
When it comes to bagels, Sam Brickman doesn’t mess around. He’s got the recipe down to a science to achieve the bread’s signature texture—crisp on the outside and oh-so-soft on the inside.
Reintroducing Sonia Sotomayor
Over a decade into her tenure, the once-maligned justice has taken up the mantle of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Thurgood Marshall. But what can she accomplish on the most conservative court in decades?
Brother Where are We?
Two brothers discover a winter challenge when they ski to McKeever Cabin in the Upper Peninsula— along with the refuge of warm fires, gorgeous landscapes and Blackrocks beer.
The Nightmare Share
She posted an ad for a roommate. What’s the worst that could happen?