“Find the cost of freedom, buried in the ground, Mother
Earth will swallow you. Lay your body down.”
by Susan Dugan
Jon Zahourek accidentally stumbled on a new way to
approach learning anatomy and art while teaching at the Parsons School for
Design in the late 1970s, he had no idea the experience would soon shift both
his life’s trajectory and world view.
by Jamie Siebrase
When it comes to holidays, it’s
the steadfast traditions and, sometimes, happenstance memories that will
outlive the hustle, hassle, toys, and ham.
by Carolyn Howard, SHS Parent
JROTC in the community?
by Joan Hinkemeyer
December can be a desolate month
by Diana Helper
‘Tis the season of waiting, and waiting some more ...
Here’s some things, Santa, that we’re waiting for:
Being a fairly patient soul, we
have been waiting for some of them a long time ... others are more recent.