Category Archives: Americana

Face(less)book

There’s an article on the Verge website about a former Facebook executive who expresses deep remorse over what he has helped create. (No word if he’s donating all of his ill-gotten money, or starting a foundation to fix the damage.) … Continue reading

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Turkey Soup

I can’t understand why we never made stock from the remains of the Thanksgiving turkey. It seems so wasteful in hindsight. I broke down the mighty beast the other day and boiled it with onion, celery, and a wilted head … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

The turkey is defrosting. Bags of fresh cranberries await. So do white potatoes, sweet potatoes, leeks, brussels sprouts, small white onions, and makings of both fresh and pre-made stuffing–I haven’t decided that detail yet. A half-gallon of pasteurized but non-homogenized … Continue reading

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Protected: A Typical Piano Lesson Day

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November 11

Happy Veterans Day to all who served, and to all who have benefited from those who serve. To my veteran friends, and especially to former choir members who have also served at West Point, thanks and congratulations. I remember my … Continue reading

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