Town Hall

Spent the afternoon on Sunday listening to my US Congressman, Sean Patrick Maloney at a Town Hall. I live in a very mixed district, and I don’t envy any decent politician at the moment, but you know the kind of day someone is having when the best quote is, “I love Beacon, everywhere else I […]

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Democracy at work

liberty,freedom/Michele Bedigian

Spent the day in the city and it was not too surprising how much energy was vibrating from corner to corner. Strangers emotionally debating about the course of the election eager to predict their candidate of choice would win. We’re just a few hours away from the decision. Regardless of the outcome, I pray tonight our […]

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In Memory

As the bbq’s get underway, pools are opened, and lazy Fridays and weekend agendas booked from now ’til September, in many towns, villages, and cities, this weekend finishes with a small tribute to those who have been killed in service to our country. There is some question as to where the very first “Memorial Day” […]

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