Monthly Archives: July 2017

Speaking of Jazz

(Editor’s note: I am pleased as punch to present the following poem by my friend and fellow jazz aficionado, Gary McCormick.  I’ll let you know when he publishes his next book of poetry.) Jazz Says by Gary E. McCormick The … Continue reading

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Goin’ Postal

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Portal to Peace

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Travels with Charley: On the Bus, Gus

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Turn to the New Page: Pond Scum

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Postcards from Elkhart

(Elkhart, Indiana) After we returned to the Midwest Museum of American Art Tuesday evening from our day at the marvelous Toledo Museum of Art, we realized that there is no place like Elkhart.  The following two photographs prove my point:

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Treasures of Toledo

(Toledo, Ohio) One could favorably compare the Toledo Museum of Art to the Art Institute of Chicago, and we would be the ones to do so after our day-trip Tuesday to this magnificent repository of art and jewelry from the … Continue reading

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