Monthly Archives: September 2013

Signs of Life in Itchy Ankle

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Mazel Tov Zeke, Mazel Tov Redskins

I have been to my first Bar Mitzvah. Everyone should go to one.  No, that’s not strong enough: everyone should have one. The reform temple was decorated for Sukkot which, to this Presbyterian girl, looked very like Harvest– chrysanthemums, pumpkins, gourds … Continue reading

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Back to the Beach: Anne Arundel County, MD.

Ms Monroe is on a mission. She has been hiking and hacking her way through land owned by Anne Arundel county where citizens and others are not encouraged.  The land, overgrown and inaccessible, covers many hundreds of acres and leads … Continue reading

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To Heaven, seconds before the sonic boom: Sir David Frost

It is hardly a surprise that Sir David Frost should die in transit, for he was always going somewhere, both literally and metaphorically. Sir David had a heart attack on the Queen Elizabeth. Concorde would have been more likely if … Continue reading

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The Earth will welcome him: Seamus Heaney

Seamus Heaney, the great Irish poet who died this week will be buried in his home town of Bellaghy, Co. Derry on Monday. Bellaghy (Bell-ack-ee), on the shore of Lough  Neagh, (Lock Nay)  is a bleak part of Northern Ireland, … Continue reading

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