Monthly Archives: May 2010

A Good Car-ma Day

The fleet is in, the Blue Angels are in the skies over Long Island and the Memorial Day weekend is underway, officially piloting in the summer season. The Air Show, scheduled for this weekend at Jones Beach has been receiving more … Continue reading

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Bucket List: A Bucket a Day…

The novice golfer that I am (and referring to myself as a “golfer” is generous), I’ve self-prescribed  a practice regime this week: hit a bucket at the driving range whenever possible and call the golf pro in the morning. Yesterday … Continue reading

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Retirees Rule

Judging by the warm reception that took place at today’s annual Retirees’ Luncheon on Long Island,  it made me feel grateful and proud to have been on the faculty at Richmond Hill High School. As someone remarked shortly after I arrived, “This is the … Continue reading

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Teacher Preparation Ad Nauseum

The recipe for success in school involves effective teaching as well as a respectable curriculum. It seems as if both are tall orders these days. If I read one more article (and now even more books are being published such as … Continue reading

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Almost At Home on the Range

Okay, friends who golf: you’re right: it IS sportual and it DOES require skill and focus. (I knew that part about skill and focus) For most of my life I have avoided anything golfish, but today, friends Ellen and Stuart … Continue reading

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French Bistro Superbe

I have a new favorite restaurant in the city: Les Halles (pron. Lay Oll), a storied French bistro on Park Avenue South and 28th Street. Partial to bistros after several trips to France, this was one Kenny and I had … Continue reading

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