Jacob Tomsky’s Heads in Beds is a great read for anyone who plans on putting their head in a hotel bed. His posh hotel postings give his true-life stories a glitz and glamour that rings true when he tells us what he's seen, heard, smelled - and done - to guests, to celebrities and to other hotel employees.
Organizers of OUTfest describe the event as a summer celebration of diversity for al. It's Saturday, Aug. 3 from 4:00 p.m. to midnight at Riehle Plaza and the John T. Myers Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Lafayette.
There’s new public art on the Purdue campus. It’s called “Brickhead Conversations” featuring two large heads of clay – each sitting on one side of the Pao Hall plaza.
Sculptor James Tyler created the pieces, which feature sounds of nature emanating from each head.
“It’s the same overall concept that all of these ‘brickheads’ are about,” he says. “There all about a place, a time, an element of the world, and human participation therein, so these now are a dialogue between these sounds.”
Mysterious ancient writing, a once spectacular palace, the fabled maze of the Minotaur, the sun drenched Mediterranean island of Crete. All of these make up the building blocks for this marvelous true-tale of how a small band of men and women set out to decrypt and decipher the remnants of a long-gone lavish and powerful civilization. It’s a true life tale of intellectual and archeological daring-do that I think you too will enjoy!