To the Editor:
Last Saturday’s Chili Bowl Gathering at VIEW-arts reminded me that NO ONE does it alone!
As LIFE itself is one GRANDE RELAY of energy—our generation stepping on the shoulders of its prior counterparts. So, too, does this reach into our small Adirondack world and like events.
The enthusiasm of Saturday’s bowl-makers, that included Sherry and Nancy and others of Bette Rintrona’s mentorship, began the custom of today’s ‘chili bowls.’ Continue reading →
I loved Jack’s and Ken’s thoughts on kale and Trump Politics! Thanks for sharing their perspectives.
Along a similar line: Remember your six-year-olds when they were beginning to assert opposition to parental authority? “I’m almost as smart as you and I can make my own decisions! I can think, you know…” Continue reading →
by Mirnie Kashiwa
Once upon a time there lived in a deep forest, a wicked witch named Meggi-bo. She rose each day at dawn and built a roaring fire beneath her magic cauldron.
After eating lightly of snakes and puppy-dog-tails she began her daily chores of brewing evil potions and enchanting, while sometimes unwary wood-folk chanced to pass her way.
One day as she was practicing her most frightening faces and simmering an extra large pot of black flies and ragweed, a small group of elves from a neighboring forest came frolicking near the clearing where she was working. Continue reading →