Saturday, August 3, 2013

Thirteen Moments and More at Southwest Arts Center: Sunday, August 4, 2013

Thirteen Moments and More at Southwest Arts Center: Sunday, August 4, 2013


Axam Dance Theatre Experience (Axam DTE) is a dynamic, professional dance company comprised of choreographers, live musicians, spoken word performers and visual artists. The company's unique style fuses movement, music, sound and spoken word into a seamless artistic expression, transforming and inspiring audiences through its power, physicality and beauty. Axam DTE returns to the stage with "Thirteen Moments & More," an expanded program that explores life, healing and love found in everyday relationships. Featuring new and emerging choreographers and special guest musician, S. Renee Clark, "Thirteen Moments & More is a feast for the senses and inspiration to the soul. $20-$25 The show starts at 3:00 PM



Here's what you do on Sunday, August 4, 2013

First

Mac & Cheese at Prime

Ok. It's a side. But, it takes center stage in our book! The white cheddar mac and cheese at prime is the perfect snack when you're at Lenox. Whether you're waiting for your appointment at the Apple Store, or just pooped from shopping, get a glass of spicy red zin and a miniature skillet of mac & cheese and your afternoon is made. Get to prime early, and you might even catch the daily half-price steak special. Go ahead, add a filet to the order. That mac & cheese could use some company.


Second

Thirteen Moments and More at Southwest Arts Center

Enjoy!! The show starts at 3:00 PM


Third

Siesta...

You need your rest for tonight.


Fourth

Charcuterie at Ecco

It's the best bar in town. A huge oval that's at the same time unassuming and sparkling. Pull up a seat next to somebody new and stike up a conversation over a cutting board of chartcuterie. What to order? One. Mortadella. Fine-ground pork and pistachio. Two. Finocchiona. Pork Salami with Fennel Seed. Three. Gorgonzola Dolce. Sweet gorgonzola from Italy. Yum! Before you order, have yourself an old fashioned to settle into the night. Pair the charcuterie with whatever the bartender recommends. They know!

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