My hometown, Lebanon NH, and my favorite city, Paris, share a love of fountains. Read about the public art of Lebanon’s fountains in my latest post to my blog, ArtfulEdge, for the dailyUV.com.
After a community-wide and soulful goodbye to the Hood Museum, here is what is new for its temporary replacement, Hood Downtown. Click here to be hip and informed:
The return of the farmers’ market–THE sign of spring. Even early in the season, we are all there, and there’s plenty to find. (but not yet those tomatoes) You can read about my recent foray here:
Missed a much-anticipated trip to Washington DC this week. Here is what I learned.
Small, beautiful, whimsical . . .a sneak peek at local artist Jo Tate’s recently opened exhibition at the Kendal Gallery. Link is below:
Set in Vermont, shot in Lyme NH. See my commentary on Parmalee, a world premiere at the White River Indie Film festival. Link is here:
10-course Italian dinner with (some) strangers in the scenic Upper Valley. You can read about it here:
Metamorphosis, a short memoir of my dad and me at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Library, just published by the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review. (Sorry for the tiny print. I suggest reading on an iPad so you can easily enlarge.). Metamorphosis appears on page 200, see lower corner of the image for page number. See link below this highly nostalgic map.
Woodstock artist Liliana Paradiso’s exhibition opened at the Long River Galleries in Lyme NH last week. You can see a sample of her work and read my latest post on ArtfulEdge by clicking here:
“‘Bout time you got home.” My mother to her sister, the rotary phone’s receiver squeezed in a vice of ear and hunched shoulder, probably a dish towel in her hand. . .”
My flash non-fiction, ‘Bout Time You Got Home, has just been published by Bloodroot Literary Magazine.
You can find it here. My piece is on p. 42, almost at the end.
A short memoir about my dad and me at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Library will be published soon by the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review.
Thank you for reading!