Monthly Archives: September 2011

Clark Little Shoots Big Waves

Don’t know where I’ve been, but just discovered Clark Little’s marvelous photography via a friend who sent some pics.  I’m sure my surfer buddy Carl Hillier knows of Clark’s work, with galleries based in Laguna Beach, CA and Hawaii.  Check … Continue reading

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It Was A Very Good Year

It may seem odd to pair Sinatra with the Jewish High Holidays, but to me it’s always been a reminder of the changing seasons, on a personal level as well as in the environ. Ol’ Blue Eyes sings nostalgically of … Continue reading

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Philadelphia Eagles 2011 Home Opener vs. Giants

Guide to Photos: 1. Eagles fans clustering at McFadden’s in Citizen’s Bank Park, the home of the Phillies across the street from the Linc. 2. Pick your parking lot landmark — ours was the punter statue. 3. Dr. Dan breaks … Continue reading

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The Gift of Rest

Admittedly I have a soft spot for Senator Joe Lieberman, stemming from this photo-op that he shared with officer Elliot Press in Iraq in 2007.  Lieberman made history by becoming the first Jew in America to run for national office … Continue reading

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Tessellated Clouds

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The Company We Keep

In my youth, I had a set of friends who raised the achievement bar quite high.  We lived in the same small neighborhood and were in the same grade together in school.  In hindsight each of these friends was remarkable … Continue reading

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Is Nothing Sacred?

Sounds like an opening line of an old Sheckey al Kaboom routine in the Catskills:  A man with a turban bomb walks into restaurant … but it’s no joke.  The Afghan President met with clerics last month, urging them to … Continue reading

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