Like anything else, this event was seeded, and grew organically over time. The seeds held the potential of what the event would become. [Read More]
Archives for October 2015
Steven Spielberg combines the best elements of his past political films like Amistad, Schindler’s List, and Munich in the new drama-thriller Bridge of Spies. [Read More]
This is where the medicine men throw lightening. Its name is Swalalahoost. From a distance, far from it’s true qualities, it’s referred to as Saddle Mountain. [Read More]
Seeds are no bigger than they were
When our grandfathers planted them.
Our farms are so much larger,
But there is not more land.
Forever playful, John Fraser. In communities where people approach life with a bit of whimsy, his kind of disposition becomes part of our civic identity. If neglected, we are easily overrun by tedium. [Read More]
Shoes scraped, scruffed, and made the polished wooden floors of Steidel’s Art Gallery gently groan today as fans packed the small studio for the first peek of William Steidel’s new illustrated book, ‘Whose Move.’ [Read More]
Collard greens are a staple to any soul food meal. Many times it can be the lengthiest part of the meal, but also the most satisfying. [Read More]
It’s probably not too much of a stretch to say that we revere salmon in these parts. Not in the same sense as the Native American population, but salmon certainly are given preference over their non-human predators, and their preservation as a species is codified in many of our laws. [Read More]
Emiliano was deported
Today he has returned
and is loading plastic tubs
of cover crops
into a dented white van.
You hear that making cheese is an art. It is. But I’ll tell you a secret: some recipes are really easy. [Read More]