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Rathburn Road Midnight Walk: Beginnings and Ends

“It is easy to see the beginning of things, and hard to see the ends” Joan Didion Hegel (1835-38) speaks of “the conflict between the poetry of the heart and the opposing prose of circumstances and accidents of external situations” … Continue reading

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Letters and Journals-1970s to now

In Stud Terkel’s – Coming of Age – he writes about the experiences of persons in their seventies and beyond and the lessons of life we can draw from them. “Life certainly does not begin at seventy…..” AS I SAW … Continue reading

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Bradley Museum-50 years

The many manifestations and significance of having a Community museum were spoken about. Later, over the strawberry cake and lemonade , we went through some personal memories associated with this Museum. Then we walked through the Anchorage-the house of Captain … Continue reading

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