Before his words haunted me, his eyes did. Maybe it was because I couldn’t really see them. They were shaded in mystery behind tinted glasses.
Be Here Now was the little tome that I read in 1977 that completely changed my life. And the author became my teacher forever after.
Today I can’t write about having a second cup of coffee or how I interrupted my wife’s dreams to retrieve the covers.
There is a furious urgency about July which is lost sight of only because the month is warm and sometimes languorous.
Inspired by a recent show, graphic artist Paul Karasik explains how Ruth Kirchmeier creates a Japanese-style woodblock print.
Like the first ice cream cone of summer, June has been a month to savor this year.
A direct correlation between killing off red foxes and sharp increases in Lyme disease has been found.
On Martha’s Vineyard, a group of Islanders and visitors will gather at 6 a.m. near the Gay Head light in Aquinnah.
The number of deaths, injuries (and recently dismemberment) because of mopeds on Martha’s Vineyard is no longer acceptable.
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