There are no perfect Fathers

There are no perfect Fathers

by Jim Flaherty There are no perfect Fathers. Okay, okay, I apologize. That broad generalization is a personal reflection. And this essay is focused on earthbound 20th century fathers, not Heavenly Fathers. I, among trillions of others, was not a ...
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Homer's Odyssey, Book One

Homer’s Odyssey, Book One

In 1991 I acquired the paperback edition of A Commentary on Homer’s Odyssey by Stephen Huebeck, Stephanie West, and J.B. Hainsworth, which had first appeared in hardback from Clarendon in 1988. I spent two years doing my own translation. Since ...
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Where Poetry and Music Meet

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 to take in a unique event featuring Kevin McEneaney, locally ...
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PARTY OF PICTURES

PARTY OF PICTURES

By Thomas McGonigle “and the party will go on for a thousand years,” he was saying Every year in March there is a St. Patrick’s Day Party on West 11th Street. Rarely is it on the actual day, March 17th ...
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Saxophone on the Run: Interview with Christopher Brellochs

Saxophone on the Run: Interview with Christopher Brellochs

Photo by Evangeline Gala (www.evangelinegala.com) KM: When did you show an interest in playing an instrument? CB: In 5th grade my mother told me I had to pick an instrument to study and that it could be anything except the ...
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Sophia Zhou, Pianist: Interview

Sophia Zhou, Pianist: Interview

Sophia Zhou As piano soloist in Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble, Sophia Zhou recorded and premiered contemporary pieces by composers such as Andrew Norman, Benjamin Broening, and Thomas Ades. She is a highly sought-after collaborative pianist in the metropolitan New York ...
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