It was a wonderful day to open the Star Tribune to find that some of our favorite new and old friends were being featured last Friday the 11th in the Variety section. Amazing people make amazing things happen. Justin Pierre of Motion City Soundtrack took time out of his busy schedule to sit in on Sen. Al Franken’s luncheon. You never know who you’re going to have lunch with while in Wash D.C. To learn what was discussed between bites go to MYDINOSAURLIFE.COM. Look for Justin to be wearing a Dita Statesmen in days to come.
Who knows where any of you go after you leave here in your romantic, whimsical, sexy, playful… oh just put your own adjective in to describe your eyeglasses. Well some, like Christine Rosholt go to a place that most of us can only dream about. Our local Jazz singer has been entertaining us for many years and last week she was performing at Honey. You can catch her wearing her Francis Klein Petale’s while dazzling you with Jazz – ful sounds at the Wabasha Street Caves December 17 and the Dakota County Music Cafe this New Years Eve.
In a wonderful show of importance, Curator Joe Horse Capture has worked nearly five years on a project that is near and dear to him. Brought to us through ” From Our Ancestors: Art of the White Clay People”. The show ends March 7 and can be seen at Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Doesn’t Joe look regal in his Theo Carbonades.
We are so proud to be a part of your lives by providing a beautiful and fun way for you to see. You can go anywhere but have chosen us at Specs Optical as your eyewear friends. Here’s to your continued success this Holiday Season and into the New Year.