Travel is what’s missing. I’m feeling restless and bored with work and finding home projects to entertain me, but what I really need is to take a trip.
FOMA, when so many people don’t wanna leave their house to come to a party or a get together. It’s the new normal. Stay home, arghh.
Circle Mirror Transformation: A review of Annie Baker’s play performed by Chester Theatre Company in August 2023, by critic Max Hartshorne.
It’s another summer for enjoying the Boston Symphony Orchestra at their lovely green summer home in Lenox Mass at Tanglewood.
Chester Theater’s production, The Light, knocks the ball far, far out of the park. A story of two lovers and the vast differences between them.
Grease, the musical, at the Ja’Duke Center for the Performing Arts, a review of the play performed by local actors in Turners Falls.
The Making of a Great Moment, the first play of the summer season at Chester Theatre Company, Chester, Mass. A full review of the show directed by James Barry, written by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb.
I’m in the hunt for solar panels, hoping that they can be installed on top of my garage roof, as long as west-facing will generate enough electricity.
The Cake, about a hot button topic–making wedding cakes for same-sex couples in North Carolina. A full review of Silverthorne Theater’s latest show at Hampshire College.
Trying to refill a prescription is almost impossible in France unless you want to meet a new doctor…No fax, no email, no phone, tough luck for American travelers.
The Star Clipper Offers the Adventure of a Sailing Trip with Luxury Last week in Civitavecchia, the Port of Rome, we boarded the 362-foot-long Star Clipper and set out on a weeklong adventure with about 104 other passengers and 75 crew. Our first port of call was Portaferraro, on the […]
An interview with Jim Olsen of Signature Sounds about some favorite artists at this year’s Green River Festival at the Franklin County Fairgrounds.