Monthly Archives: June 2012

That We May Eat it and Die

I love old gospel music. Two years ago, it rained on Good Friday and Leonard Lopate played the most amazing gospel music all morning (he does this annually). I recently downloaded that playlist (full of James Cleveland, Marion Williams & The Pilgrim … Continue reading

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A Thousand Steps

Ruins are inherently fascinating. During the weekend we hike along the Hudson in Cold Springs and stumble upon crumbling mansions that are tucked deep inside the woods. It’s an harrowing image to think of – entire families leaving and moving … Continue reading

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