On Poetic Elevators

by Kevin T McEneaney It’s the ups and downs that get your liver— not the roller coaster of life’s events, but sudden change when going up and down which makes…

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Once: An Innovative Experience

by Kevin T McEneaney Once, now playing at the Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck, is a 2011 musical stage version of the 2007 film Once with music and lyrics…

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Rail Mantra

by Kevin T McEneaney You see sunlight on steel rails and glance up to see an image mirrored in lake where three granite boulders dance like dice across a discarded…

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Arboreal Dimensions of Biodiversity

by Bill Schlesinger (Coauthor of this guest blog, Charles Cannon is Director of the Center for Tree Science at the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois.) Ecologists and conservation biologists often characterize…

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Bard’s King Arthur: A Rare Diamond

From left: Sasha Cooke, Norman Garrett, Mathew White by Kevin T McEneaney Bard’s Summerscape 2021 includes a forgotten masterpiece: Ernest Chausson’s Le Roi Arthus (1903), based upon the greatest of…

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The Big C

by Kevin T McEneaney The lives of artists endure much clutter: painters with racks of completed canvas; poets with file cabinets of drafts; musicians, tattered open scores on chairs; sculptors…

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Crescendo: Motets in Exultation!

Christine Gevert on organ and and Christa Patton on Schawm with choir by Kevin T McEneaney Breaking out from pandemic silence, Crescendo, directed by choir wizard Christine Gevert appeared with…

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Floating

by Kevin T McEneaney In our mother’s womb we swam in liquid while being nourished by the womb’s water. Even our conception was liquid act. Like young frogs, we plunge…

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Demented by what we breathe

by Bill Schlesinger Each day we breathe more than 10 cubic meters of air—more if we are exercising—so it stands to reason that stuff in the air can enter our…

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