Mike, if you click the links highlighted in the article, it might answer some of your questions. (Also, Over the River is not a bridge, it's a piece of art.)
Thanks Linda, it's been fixed.
Thanks for the update Ange Marie.
Michael, see the capsule on the right side under the images.
Maybe these organizations can help you:
The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region
Look What the Cat Brought In
Pikes Peak Pet Pantry
Best of luck,
Thank you for your corrections, some are reflected in the article above. However, other media outlets have written that an exhibit was happening in May at Sin City Gallery. See the Las Vegas Sun:
“Laura Henkel, owner of Sin City Gallery, said Friday she would no longer have a direct role in the exhibit but would still allow the art to hang in her gallery in conjunction with lectures she had scheduled.”
And the Las Vegas Weekly:
“The exhibit is still scheduled in Laura Henkel’s Sin City Gallery this month…”
There was no follow-up to what might have changed since the time those articles were written (only a few weeks ago), only what was listed on your website, which, as you say, was only a lecture series. Those changes are reflected above.
I did not mention if a gallery was receiving money from the show, only that the National Center for the Victims of Crime was originally to receive donations from the show.
Thanks crackerjack, I've updated the listing with the chapter's website.
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