A Fortunate Pairing

“Inside Silvana Mondo, Silvana Vukadin-Hoitt’s Tennyson Street art and antiques gallery, a low table surrounded by five cushioned stools that are barely higher than the floor itself awaits a group of guests, the tabletop set with a spread of dates, almonds, Turkish delight, a bottle of Bosnian sljivovic plum […]


Artist Gemma Bayly is very Mandala. Which is to say that she is mysterious but transparent and complex while radiantly clear. Listening to her talk about why she makes art, or explain her intense love of life and what she likes about being  part of the current dynamic Denver […]

Thoughts on Reading

I’ve been more active with my consultation practice lately, focusing on expanding my availability for readings. I feel empowered by the feedback I am getting from the people who come searching.  Insight, comfort, guidance. I am honored to help. My intentions for this new year is to open the circle […]

La Dolce Vita

Cafe Invites Diners On Culinary Tour Of ItalyBy Dianne Copelon, Sentinel CorrespondentDAYTONA BEACH — In Italy, food is as popular as art and the opera. And there’s plenty of it.The country boasts a cuisine that pleases even those who have never crossed the Atlantic to dine in a candlelit […]

Be Where You’re At

Back in town and trying to gauge what has changed since I left four months ago.Everything.Nothing. It’s almost as if I  astrotraveled through the night and remained in my Denver bed the whole time, arriving energized and …Be Where Ur Athappy to be here. I left what had become almost […]

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Coffee Rituals

Sometimes I revisit pictures of coffee cups, keepsakes from my therapeutic Tasseology sessions. The cups or fildzani in Bosnian, retain the dark, finely ground coffee at the bottom, and there lie the secrets. This is one way for me to remember the stories.  The cup reveals tales from the subconscious, […]