It’s not Dickens, but it is a doozy. J.R. Moehringer’s memoir, “The Tender Bar,” sets the stage for the inaugural meeting of Books on Tap. This new book group led by librarian Kristin Friberg convenes at the Yankee Doodle Tap Room at the Nassau Inn on Tuesday, June 26th at 7 pm.
April is over. Surprised? I am. Now, that the calendar has reunited with May, I am in panic mode for the season of discontent, summer. Every year it’s the same story: My body refuses to cooperate with bathing suit goals. This year is going to be different. I am not going to beat myself up about it. Instead, I’m going to read A. J.
Now that spring break has met with its sweltering denouement, what are your plans for the summer? If you are anything like me, you might feel a little anxious about the subject. Where to begin? Where to go? It could be as simple as following Kurt Perschke's RedBall Project to its next destination, London, in June. Although, you might need something a little more than a giant art installation to tempt you to leave your nest.
I can count the number of times that I have found myself completely arrested by someone’s brilliance. Last week, I had one of those moments. It was a moment in which I felt myself lingering; feeling the very core of my body and mind wanting to stay present with what I was experiencing.