Month: January 2017

Footsore for Peace 2: Of Love and Mosquitoes

During the summer of 2008, I participated in a walk that was organized by a group called “Voices for Creative Nonviolence.” Here is a link to the Voices for Creative Nonviolence website:  link to the Voices for Creative Nonviolence website People from Voices for Creative Nonviolence visit war zones and focus on forming relationships with …

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Standing with Standing Rock: the water is life walk

Today, my friend Bekki and I went to downtown Buffalo to join the Water is Life walk. Approximately 200 persons participated in this walk, which started in Niagara Square. We walked toward the marina and passed the decommissioned airplanes and battleships and arrived in Canalside. It was a relatively short distance from Niagara Square to …

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52 week photography project: alice and the looking glass

Note: On January first, I started a new photography project. I will take at least one photograph a day for the entire year, following a program called the 52-week photography challenge for 2017. It is being organized by Dogwood Photography, located in Wilmington, North Carolina. Dogwood Photography operates a photography school in Wilmington and it runs …

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Five fascinating, thought-provoking blog posts

Today’s challenge from the Ultimate Blogging Challenge was to share something from the internet… other blog sites, places that you go to do research, get entertainment, get recipes, etc. Hmm, recipes. That could be the focus of a future blog post. Today, I am sharing five blog posts that I’ve read in the last week. …

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Glittery creation at Gleam & Glimmer Stained Glass Studio

Gleam and Glimmer is a stained glass studio in North Tonawanda, New York. It is located on Webster Street, near the Riviera Theater, which is known as the “Showcase of the Tonawandas.” The Riviera Theater was opened as “Twin Cities Rivera” on December 30th, 1926. It is the home of a large organ, called the …

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