Town Hall

Spent the afternoon on Sunday listening to my US Congressman, Sean Patrick Maloney at a Town Hall. I live in a very mixed district, and I don’t envy any decent politician at the moment, but you know the kind of day someone is having when the best quote is, “I love Beacon, everywhere else I […]

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Free Speech for the Dumb

Yesterday I watched as the school kids, softball teams, marching bands, politicians, and cultural organizations walked in our towns yearly parade of spirit. Mixed in, and new to this years procession, was a local group fighting for their voices to be heard. Right or wrong, without speaking, they made more of an impression on the crowds gathered for our city’s annual celebration […]

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Hanging on

One last tree still pretending that autumn is not coming to a close. In all fairness it has been mild compared to last week and the fog did obscure the other trees. Maybe someone should tell the leaves to go.—Dominick FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY! In our new Facebook group, One Watercolor A Day, (view it HERE) […]

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An Old Friend

Two weeks ago I had the privilege to get close to an old and familiar subject. Up and down the Hudson this summer various communities along the river are taking part in Hudson Celebration 2009 marking the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s voyage up the river that bears his name. Growing up in Newburgh, New […]

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