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1. Nonna's Potato Frittata
I grew up on my grandparents small self sustaining New England farm in Woburn, Massachusetts. Having spent my first nine years on the streets of Brooklyn, New York helping my mother care for my younger sister and two younger brothers, the farm was a respite from both the dangerous city streets of...
2. Enrico Wallenda Falsely Accused
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:56:57
Isat at the computer to begin the research and typed "Enrico Wallenda" into the search bar. That one click began a fascinating, and tragic tale, especially in its unfairness. Up popped the first Google search result which seemed to shout like a circus barker: Sarasota Herald Tribune Former Flying...
3. My Mother Madeline
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:55:33
I was nine years old. I asked my father for twenty-five cents. Without an explanation, he took me to the hardware store, where he purchased; a shoeshine box with a black, cast iron footrest, two soft bristled brushes, a dauber, two buffing cloths, and a bottle each of black and brown wash, polish...
4. How To Make Music Baby's
Relationships & Family - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:53:03
Expectant Mothers Wanted to Test Music Theory
I'm a Musician by Avocation
My father, a violinist, first sat me at the piano at age seven, I hated it! That is the generally accepted age to begin teaching child music. Now I'm glad my father did. I hated it then because I was too old to appreciate...
5. My Bicycle Trek Across America
Parenting & Kids - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:55:02
In 1988, I was struck by a car while walking across Third Avenue in New York suffering injuries that almost took my life. 1996, at age 57, I celebrated my recovery from seventeen surgeries and eleven years of rehabilitation, by riding a bicycle across America, raising funds for the American Heart...
6. The American Revolutionary Version
Sports & Recreation - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:56:58
History is one of my favorite subjects, American history in particular. It was my good fortune to be born in Massachusetts, smack in the middle of our country's birthplace. I'm especially fond of good historical fiction. In my book no one brings early American history to authentic life better tha...
7. About "Until I Find You"
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:52:56
I'm from New England. Something about this beautiful area of our country just inspires writers, some of our greatest; Thoreau, Emerson, Alcott, Dickinson, Hawthorn, Twain, Frost, were born there. John Wallace Blunt, now known as the author John Irving, was born in Exeter New Hampshire about 40 mi...
8. Winter In Madrid
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:56:59
My father was a violinist who had the great fortune of working with the anti-fascist Italian conductor, Arturo Toscanini, as a member of the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in the late 1930s. My very first memory from my young childhood was listening to him practice Johann Sebastian Bach...
9. Beware! This Lens May Give You the Runs
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:51:27
Shoes for Thought
I've been a runner ever since before I could remember. You read that right. My mother told me before I was born;
It felt like you were running laps around stomach just to get my attention. You never let me sleep!
I didn't remember that but I know she always held it against me...
10. Wildwood Farm Knows Trees
Entertainment & Media - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:53:53
I've always loved the sound of water on the move in nature, especially those lovely streams in the woods, where the water meanders over a rocky bed, in frothy rivulets, and it's sun filled droplets fall into crystal clear pools. There aren't any close to where I live, so I decided to create water...
11. Slime Molds Compute
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:55:03
Many years ago, my High School biology teacher introduced me to slime molds in a lab class. I remember being fascinated by them, but I was fascinated by a lot of things back then, so they took a back seat to the girls in class. It wasn't until many years later that I became interested in them aga...
12. Pond and Fountain Water Level Auto Fill Control
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:57:07
In this digital world the Internet is a blessing and a curse. I am a people guy. One of the most frustrating things for me is navigating a telephone circular answering quay. You know the drill press 1 for sales,2 for customer service and so forth, never ending up speaking to a live voice. Unless ...
13. Hell Hath no Fury Like a Woman's Corns
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:56:47
"Those were the days"
We could always depend on Archie Bunker to have us rolling in tear's as he tried to get his foot out of his mouth and wondering what he was going to say or who he was going to offend next. No subject was sacrosanct. Archie was the essence of political incorrectness. Gender,...
14. Walter Farley Knew Children
Entertainment & Media - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:54:59
He wrote his first book The Black Stallion, in 1941, the year of my birth. Perhaps that was prophetic of how much he inspired my life. As a boy, my first introduction to the larger world was my first library card. It was my ticket to enter the Woburn Public Library. When I first wa...
15. Everyone Has a Book in Them
Entertainment & Media - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:53:39
It has been said that everyone has a book in them. I believe that is true, though many people do not have the opportunity or inclination to write it. This is my book. I wrote it. It was a life changing experience. It came about during a 12 year of surgery and rehabilitation, after I was struck by...
16. Hydrogen Isn't Just a Bomb
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:53:09
Take 1 Atom of Oxygen, add 2 Atoms of Hydrogen
More than fifty percent of our bodies are composed of water. Seventy five percent of the earth's surface is covered with water. Yet, water is often taken for granted until there isn't any readily available when we are thirsty or dirty. Mo...
17. August 10 is . . . . Lazy Day
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:53:07
Yeah, this is my favorite day in august. I'm thinking about writing about it, but I'm too lazy. Is august supposed to be capitalized? I'll check it later. or maybe I won't. Why should I? This is my day off from my day off. I guess I won't. What was I gonna check? I forgot, oh well well...yawn.......
18. The Ring of Keys
Holidays & Celebrations - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:55:03
In the fast moving world in which we live; news of war, starvation, natural disaster, is instantaneous. Added to the worry about family, job and personal problems, the angst can tend to red-line the stress meter. It may help to give some thought to your keys. Did you ever wonder about your keys? ...
19. A life well lived
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:55:03
Everyone creates their life, either purposefully or on auto-mode. Each life is a unique and interesting book. Begin writing it. I'm an Italian male to the core, and proud to be one. I had the good fortune of having spent my earliest childhood being cared for by my paternal grandmother, while both...
20. i Forgot !!!
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:53:12
This is my favorite day, why? I forgot! It's hard to forget the Fourth of July. It's noisy, hot, raucous, starts with a bang, and it ends with a bigger bang. It's hard to forget a day like that. That's why I celebrate July Second, yup, it's a quiet day, no fireworks, no crowds, no melting ice cre...
21. xtremevibes.com Facebook Alternative
Holidays & Celebrations - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:54:05
Facebook got off on the wrong foot from the beginning. It has been alleged, that Mark Zukerberg stole the idea from fellow classmates. In addition, the invasion of privacy issues raised its ugly head with suggestions that founder, Mark Zukerberg, used private login information from Face book's da...
22. xtremevibes is happening now
Internet - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:54:59
If you aren't already turned off by Facebook shenanigans, in your face pop ups, opt out rather than opt in privacy, here's a flash for Facebook addicts. Facebook is testing a feature that will drive you nuts. How about promoted posts in the News Feed from pages that you or your friends don't like...
23. Update from the Vibe
Internet - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:55:50
On my first lens about XtremeVibes, I spoke of the almost billion Facebook members who are addicted, with no place else to get their fix, or do they? Talk about cajones one of them isn't just moaning, he's doing something about it. That would be Jeff Brown, the owner of xtremevibes.com.
He's not ...
24. Back to school attitude
Internet - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:53:12
Yeah, same old just like an old school bus. I know most of you have already started shopping for new clothes, backpacks, school supplies. I'm selling something else. There is more to preparing for a good education than any of those things. Kids need inspiration to spark their curiosity and creati...
Parenting & Kids - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 05:03:24
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