When the snow hit, the city shut down and Jim and I realized we had 20 visiting artists downtown with no food. So we called a friend with an SUV and we stocked up on groceries and had everyone over for a brunch at our place. That’s one of those moments where you just say, ‘this is what we’ve got to do’. It ended up being a great fellowship opportunity and just a magical moment for us all. And the snow was just pouring, so it really became like the fringe of the fringe.