Monthly Archives: July 2015

COFFTEA

The frustrations of urban life!  One thing we must beware if cofftea, the bizarre unintended combination, yes, of coffee and tea.  It occurs when coffee shop workers do not rinse their pots sufficiently.  A pot used to brew coffee is … Continue reading

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1851 BUILT

The 1851 church former diocesan seat grown near the dead canal now a soup kitchen its glazed communicants like stray birds in front retaining in silence its wrestler’s neck steeple  

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LERNER AND LETTERS

A few years back I bought a copy of Alan Jay Lerner’s book THE STREET WHERE I LIVE, about the writing and productions of three biggest hit musicals: MY FAIR LADY, GIGI and CAMELOT.  Lerner impressed me immediately as a … Continue reading

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THE STONES IN BUFFALO

The Rolling Stones are a bit like life and death.  You never know which tour will be their last.  I’ve known of them since my childhood.  I’ve been a fan since I was in high school.  So I decided to … Continue reading

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THOUGHTS ON THE DECLARATION

The Declaration of Independence had only one legal purpose: to break the ties between the American colonies and Great Britain.  This Declaration was considered by George III to be a mere statement of opinion at best, an act of treason … Continue reading

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GREEN LAKES 2015

A few years back, I posted a blog on Green Lakes, one of my favorite places on the planet.  Last week, I walked around the main lake with my wife.  Going over the main trail, you can hear fish splash … Continue reading

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