Monthly Archives: March 2017

Poets Resist!

I want to show off the work of Eve Dora O’Shea, creator of our poster.  And tempt anyone who would like to join our forces tonight.  Where better to start reclaiming words from the noose of ideology and propaganda than in … Continue reading

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Tacos, Baskets, Emanuel Ax

To stage a happening, you put unfamiliar elements together and see what happens.  Put a classical superstar pianist like Emanuel Ax in a taqueria like La Lupita, in the Spanish Olneyville neighborhood of Providence.  Let it rip.  In he walks, … Continue reading

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THROUGH WINTER’S VEIL

THROUGH WINTER’S VEIL In the snowbound world lifted off its tracks in a windy Nor’easter years ago my girl burst in the door fresh from the mall, face aglow. She couldn’t wait to show it – the tiny little thing … Continue reading

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The Miraculous Ongoing World Book Project

World Book Day, March 2, has such a universal title.  It is an opportunity to celebrate the book, but also to marvel at the devotion, the worship that a lot of people have for it.  This reverence goes beyond the … Continue reading

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