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Bethlehem’s Historic Colonial Theatre

Jodorowsky’s Endless Poetry

Attending the Colonial Theatre’s showing of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Endless Poetry on a cool Wednesday evening just as the leaves are turning was necessary. The mind grows weary if its soul function is work and income earning. Just as the leaves are changing so too is my summer’s-end bitterness turning to the jaded thoughts of winter, […]

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Wild Northeast

There’s wildness in each of us, more in those who claim there is none. Deep down every one of us actively nurtures a secret desire to move more, to wear less, to eat with our hands, to use our toes to make fists in the sand, and to breathe deeply while the sun goes down […]

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Mud Season

The thunderstorms on the Connecticut shoreline move with ferocious intensity. During Hurricane Gloria, when I was just a child, my mom took my brother and me to New Jersey. My dad stayed home to keep watch on the house. He had no power for over two weeks. He had to poop in the backyard. When […]