Stock ImagesWhen I was out running one day, I passed by a group of young adults palavering on the sidewalk. Something disturbed me about what I saw, but I didn’t know what it was until I was taking my post-run shower.
BoleroesqueI offer you a historic note to the fact that the theatre has always been alive
and well. It was a difficult piece to write and even more difficult to perform. But byjees, it worked. Arthur Danín Adler
Rat Holes and tent poles I don't know why I'm avoiding being specific. Same issue of oversharing? How many times can you delve into the details of any particular family drama
without getting so bored, so tired of the whole thing.Claudine Jones
Green Room TalkEliud Kipchoge recently ran a marathon in a little less than two hours. Do
you imagine that he got up, smoked a few cigarettes, spoke to a few of his friends, and then walked up to the start line? Nathan Thomas
Princeton, My Enclave of GreenIt serves as a gateway to all that is pastoral, a citadel on a line of demarcation which separates refineries, factories and, box stores, from
woodlands, and an ease of mind which comes in such environs.Patrick Walsh
Dancer From the Dance: Where Does the Artist Fit in? Anecdote of the Jar by Wallace Stevens. This famous poem is often cited as an illustration of the principle that art changes our perception not only of the objects depicted but the world itself.Gregory Luce
Down The Rabbit Hole Consider any seminal historical event in American history. There
is the “official” version that well regarded historians write and then there is an alternative narrative. Les Marcott
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