Monthly Archives: March 2018

A Lively Afternoon

At noon, still sitting and working/reading in the cafe at B & N, clouds rolled by briskly as if following a musical score played on the telephone wires framing Route 19. Should I stay or should I go?  Didn’t want … Continue reading

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Passover Prep by Goldstein/Press

It’s sweet that Atara is home from Israel for Pesach, and she used her ample videography skills to choreograph this production.  Miriam flew back to NJ to coordinate culinary preparations in the Point Pleasant Beach kitchen, dedicated toward Passover readiness. … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Afternoon on Clearwater Waterways …

Actually, just kidding that I’m just kidding.  Of course I have an idea of what a day without baseball is like on Clearwater Beach, though admittedly the month here revolves around baseball.  Thanks to Heather & Elliot, and grandkids Carson, … Continue reading

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Maria Popova and Brain Pickings

“Timeless but timely pieces of knowledge, wisdom, information, inspiration, and radiance out in the world that illuminate us when we encounter them … helping us explore what it means to live a meaningful life.”  A nice self-description by Maria Popova … Continue reading

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From the Beginning

What an incredible British group they were, and one of their signature songs “From the Beginning” is so nice, you’ll want to hear it twice. Keith Emerson was the driving force behind the formaiton of ELP, and the band that … Continue reading

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Clearwater Beach Marina

And first up on the runway for the 2018 Miss Clearwater Beach contest is …

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Jake’s in the House

Just kidding.  That’s not a video of Jake Arrieta making his first toss of Spring Training at Spectrum Field, but during his press conference this morning the question was put to him about his drop in velocity.  Naturally Jake’s answer … Continue reading

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