Driving home from my son’s optometrist appointment after a long day at work, Alan Jackson’s “Little Bitty” came on the radio: Have a little love on a little honeymoon You got a little dish and you got a little spoon A … Continue reading
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“Mater: De Facto et De Jure” at the University of Venus!
As I sit at my desk, I look across Sheridan Road to the Javits Center. If I stand, I gaze upon Deering Meadow and the structure Frank Lloyd Wright dubbed “a sow on its back.” Their proximity and the pastoral label bespeak … Continue reading
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