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Yesterday I hosted an event at my house to benefit SSDN. It was a simple backyard cocktail party with about 40 people (and 5 dogs), very generous people who brought reams of paper, boxes and boxes of crayons and other … Continue reading
I’m fortunate to live in Lafayette Square, an urban neighborhood with a small town feel. We have a terrific neighborhood association that deals with the challenges of living in a city (such as crime), but also promotes lots of community … Continue reading
This was one of the first cook books I ever bought and it is delightful, as much stories as recipes from Brother Juniper’s Cafe. And, sadly, it has been a number of years since I picked up this book, I … Continue reading
Somewhere last winter, when it was freezing and record-breaking blizzards were sweeping the country, there was a group of PR people brainstorming canning season. They probably had a brainstorm brief with an objective along the lines of “Reignite interest in … Continue reading