SOoo... the piece I entered into this show is entitled "Two Birds, with One Stoned". I made it on April 20, 2013 (i.e., 4/20). Some of you will understand the play on words in the title. I often try to make my titles as creative as I can and consider the titles to be part of the work. The paperwork for this show included triplicate forms for which I wrote my name, address and the title of the artwork. I was careful to make it very clear that the title was "Two Birds, with One Stoned". When I went to the opening reception, the title was not correct both in the program (where it was listed in a general list and in the "winners" list) and was not correct on the wall tag. Did the organizers simply make a mistake which is somewhat understandable (assuming the title was the standard cliche)? Or was there some censorship of the title? A friend of mine who is familiar with the folks at View told me that it was DEFINITELY censorship of a suggestive title. That would really be too bad if it is the case. For god sakes, we need to lighten-up a little as a society, I think. It's reminiscent of the last time I heard Tom Petty's song with the lyrics "Let's get to the point; and roll another joint". The "joint" was bleeped out on the radio. WTF!? Is that really "dangerous" enough to censor? BTW, another show that I am currently a part of has once again, spelled my name with a "ph" instead of a "v"... even though EVERY e-mail and form I have sent has my named spelled with a "v". Argh!