Monthly Archives: June 2013

Regents Riot

I know I’m no longer in the system, but what I just read is an outrage. Just when we thought things couldn’t be any more abysmal at Bloomberg’s NYC Dept. of Education, some “genius,” as described by UFT President Michael Mulgrew, decides … Continue reading

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn, Took Me In – Revisited*

Attention fellow art lovers! If you want to kill two birds with one stone, visit the storied borough of Brooklyn and head over to the world-class Brooklyn Museum, now featuring a spectacular collection of John Singer Sargent’s (1856-1925) watercolors. You … Continue reading

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Love the Sport You’re With

Who ever thought I’d be reading a “golf” book? Aside from obvious titles like “Zen Golf” or “The Rules of Golf,” I’m discovering the cottage industry of books that have been written on the subject. I’ve seen whole sections of bookstores (those … Continue reading

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