Feat: G. Brown, Ed Sealover, Adrian Miller
Door Time: 6:30 PM
Show Time: 7:00 PM
If there was one element of 2020 that the entire globe shared it was ISOLATION. Lockdowns, stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and closed businesses meant we spent more time alone than ever. Closed offices meant we had to adapt to working from home.
How will the pandemic reshape our social lives and our work environments? Will we relish the opportunity of being able to work in our pajamas all day? Will we choose social media over social gatherings? Live-streaming over concerts?
Join G. Brown, Ed Sealover, and Adrian Miller to hear their thoughts and join in on the discussion.
About the Speakers:
Respected veteran journalist, broadcaster and historian G. Brown is the author of On Record, an encyclopedic series of books celebrating popular music from 1978-1998. He navigated the world’s musical landscape for 26 years contracting with The Denver Post, and was published in numerous national magazines, including Rolling Stone and National Lampoon. In addition, Brown covered music news and hosted and programmed for a myriad of Denver-based radio stations. He is also the author of the award-winning books Red Rocks: The Concert Years, Colorado Rock Chronicles, and Telluride Bluegrass Festival: The First Forty Years. He was the founding director of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame beginning in 2011; he then launched and now oversees the Colorado Music Experience, a nonprofit cultural and educational organization established to preserve the legacies of Colorado music (colomusic.org).
Click here to read G. Brown’s original essay.
Ed Sealover is a reporter at the Denver Business Journal, an author of two books on beer and Colorado tourism, and a volunteer tour guide at History Colorado Center.
Click here to read Ed Sealover’s original essay.
Adrian Miller is a James Beard Award-winning author who lives in Denver. He wrote Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time, The President’s Kitchen Cabinet: The Story of the African Americans Who Have Fed Our First Families, from the Washingtons to the Obamas, and the upcoming Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue. He also serves as the executive director of the Colorado Council of Churches.
Click here to read Adrian Miller’s original essay.
Presented by Colorado Chautauqua Association and History Colorado
Supported by the Betsy Hitchcock Program Fund