Fabien Réty and Watershed owner Ged Robertson opened Eddy in September 2021. “For me, it’s about opening up the customers’ perspective in terms of taste. Without any pretension, sometimes you have to push them a little bit, and find that balance between French passionate and French rude,” Réty says with a laugh.
This year’s show will feature work by nationally recognized local artists, including Sirima Sataman, Chris Berkov, Christopher Chaffin, Nelson Hee, Phillippe Gandiol, Jeannette Le Grue, Barbara Contini, Patrick McDonnell and Guy Chambers. The event will feature oil and watercolor paintings, photography, woodwork, and jewelry.
Directed by MTC Artistic Director Jasson Minadakis, the taut, literate mystery tells the story of “a brilliant Ivy League writing professor, a talented yet mysterious student and an unthinkable favor,” taking audiences “behind the ivy-covered walls of Yale, and into New York’s literary haven, Greenwich Village.”
What a strange, bewildering feeling to be flooded with so much jubilation and pent up excitement. We created something that struck a nerve in our community after two-plus years of so much tumult and despair.
The 8th grade Chamber Orchestra took first place in the String Orchestra AA Division with a grading of Superior, the highest rating possible, and took the award for Best Middle School Orchestra Overall. The 7th grade Advanced Orchestra took first place in the Middle School String Orchestra AAA Division with a grading of Excellent.
Memorial Day will be capped off with a blockbuster afternoon of live music from a trio of renowned local acts, headlined by Catfight, the much-loved Wreckless Strangers and Rock of Ages, everyone’s favorite ensemble of multi-talented singers from The Redwoods.
The acclaimed Starduster Orchestra has performed at venues across Marin, including the Throckmorton Theatre, the Community Center and many more. But it’s safe to say that their May 15th performance will garner plenty of eyes and ears.