Where Poetry and Music Meet

Smithfield Church by Denise Jordan Finley After the 10 AM Sunday service on November 7 at the historic Smithfield Church in a rural valley of Amenia, NY, I was delighted…

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Spaced Out

by Kevin T McEneaney Our wobbly globe is a walnut in air, trembling in an elliptical orbit much like a leaf shredded in a typhoon off the coast of a…

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Hydrogen Fuels

by Bill Schlesinger "Up, Up and Away, my beautiful, my beautiful balloon." The Fifth Dimension, 1967 Hydrogen, like helium, is lighter than air.  You can fill balloons with hydrogen, and…

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French Cabaret at Bard with Stephanie Blythe and Students

Stephanie Blythe by Kevin T McEneaney In The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, Lady Bracknell declares, as she leaves the drawing room: “French songs I cannot possibly allow.…

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Where is the Where?

by Kevin T McEneaney   People say the world must have arrived from somewhere and they posit that the where was once nothingness. It’s a popular story in the news.…

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As Song Goes

Crescendo by Kevin T McEneaney The singing of songs defined humankind before we turned to invent weapons: bows, arrows, knives, catapult, use of fire.   Music is the oldest part…

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Unextractable Fossil Fuels

"If you want to succeed you should strike out on new paths, rather than travel the worn paths of accepted success." John D. Rockefeller by Bill Schlesinger Since the advent…

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Clarion Concerts: Steven Banks & Xak Bjerken Duo

Xak Bjerken and Steven Banks by Kevin T McEneaney Eugenia Zukerman’s Clarion Concert series is back! At St. James Place in Great Barrington, Saxophonist Steven Banks and Pianist Xak Bjerken…

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A Pilgrimage Journey

by Philip Brady That was a magnificent evening he said Addressing no star in particular On its rotation round infinity. If there was a better superlative I would have used…

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Huang Ruo at Bard Sosnoff: Asian American Voices

Huang Ruo by Kevin T McEneaney Some people avoid reviews because they reject the proposition of an answer before the proposal of a question; others bread review with skeptical curiosity…

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