Posts by Jennifer Jones

Advocate or Abdicate or Fish or Cut...

I see that three of you read my last blog post. My numbers are soaring!  So to stay accountable – here’s how I’m doing with my “to do” list:   Watching my TED videos; even the one about self-healing asphalt. Wow…asphalt. Installed Rosetta Stone French and began Lessons. Elle boit. Preparing for Idea Camp talk with PCB Chamber of Commerce. “If Les Miserables leaves New York at 8:00PM EST.” Prepare to begin Local Arts Agency grant application for FY2015. Already?!   So far, so good.  In the midst of Elvis Lives, Styx, Rodney Carrington, Hall & Oates and trying to...

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Remembering to be inspired

I tend to occupy my mind most of the time – double entendre intended.  Thoughts of myself (my shortcomings, my hopes, my tasks) occupy my mind and I tend to live in my mind rather than act outside of it.  I am more a thinker than a doer.  Thank goodness for deadlines and a guilty sense of accountability.   Here’s what I’ve been thinking about   The To-Do List Making a Difference Becoming Inspired Staying Inspired   It is only just recently I’ve decided that the order of that list is a little out of order and I could do...

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Getting engaged with Taylor the Lat...

Compromise: It’s important in a relationship. So goes the song by Marcy & Zina, authors of “Taylor the Latte Boy”, the song that put Starbucks on the map. But I hardly had to compromise when I got the call from my friend Scott Coulter (fabulous Broadway & Cabaret tenor from New York). I immediately picked up the phone when I saw his name on the caller i.d. His mellifluous voice wafted through the fiber optic line as he asked if I’d be interested in having them come perform in September. Then the words that were nothing short of melodious materialized...

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Welcome!

Welcome to our new website. We’re hoping it is more user friendly, content rich and relevant to all of our visitors.  I’m excited about the opportunity to “blog” here because I have missed the creative writing outlet I had with the Bay Arts & Entertainment Magazine.  If you’ve known us very long – we used to publish a quarterly booklet about the arts in the county, but the economic climate required that we adjust to live within our means.  Now we publish a Community Cultural Calendar every couple of months that runs in the Panama City News Herald and is...

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