Until next week ... kisses
It was poetry at its best as the Center for Black Literature, Akila Worksongs, AfricanVoices magazine, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and Arts + Crafts joined forces to present “Celebrate Sonia.”
Another year, with the memory of 9/11 upon us, to remind us of all we have to be grateful for. It seems to me that as each year passes, the realization of the terrorist attack becomes more frightful, and sadder.
The final destination for Labor Day activities typically takes place in Sag Harbor.
Who could complain about the weather this summer? Beautiful blue skies, a hint of a breeze and bright sunshine. Hopefully fall will prove much of the same...
Everyone is here and accounted for on the island of Martha’s Vineyard and having a blast.
Yeah, it’s still summer.
July started out with a spark and ended with a bang as celebrations were popping off everywhere.
Among the things I love about journalism is that you get to tell both sides of the story. You may recall in last week’s column, I wrote of ancient Mesopotamia, which was once known as the cradle of civilization. It is a region of the Middle East, which can best be located by today’s geographical description as ISIS territory.
Rolling out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer, and life’s never been so good. Except for the unrest that plagues the Middle East and Ukraine.
Summertime in the city is so much fun, even if it is hot and sticky.