Dear Persephone, You are forty-three months old today. You’ve just completed your first full month of school. Every day you are coming home full of songs and dances, art and ideas. You learned a new favorite phrase there too: “Everyone makes mistakes; that’s how they learn.” I had to point out that your mother learns […]Read More → Forty-Three Months
Last night FOLC had its annual board election. I was excited but also a little nervous. We had a bigger slate of candidates than ever before, fifteen in all, for eight open seats. I wasn’t up for re-election myself; our terms are staggered and mine ends next year. But I was nervous because there was […]Read More → Minor Relapse, Electoral Politics, and Music
Do you know what “trick or treat” really means? No, I mean really? Isn’t it time you learned the “truth” about Hallowe’en? Aurgelween by Editor B This track available for a limited time only so listen up.Read More → Trick or Treat?
Photo by Derek Bridges As I am writing this the very last minutes of the Nagin administration are ticking away. I for one am relieved. Of course I’m hopeful the new administration does better, but it’s more personal than that. Over the past couple years I’ve had some paranoid fantasies that Nagin was out to […]Read More → A Sigh of Relief