Take a look at how the downed old tree lifted the sidewalk, making it like a headstone. The upside is that I saw kids skate-boarding off of it. Joy can spring from mourning.
At the Huntington Arts Cinema, I thought I was hallucinating. http://www.cinemaartscentre.org/ A raccoon was wandering in the side yard. What was it doing out in daylight? The guy who sells refreshments told me that its mother was killed by a car and because the mother wasn’t there to nurse it during the day, the raccoon didn’t know it […]
Good Graces By Leslie Kagen Leslie Kagen’s latest novel, Good Graces, the sequel to her best-selling Whistling in the Dark, is a juicy, hilarious, salty, sexy grown-up version of Nancy Drew. You’ll be drawn in immediately by the O’Malley sisters, Sally and Troo and the whole Milwaukee neighborhood where, beneath the humor […]
Free Money is an iconic affirmation for our iffy financial times
Is it any wonder that Harte Crane, Whitman, and Keroac wrote about the Brooklyn Bridge? Wherever you are, if you bring your heart and sensory awareness, you can have an immortal moment. http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/5754