Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Journeys Into Opening Day Brings a Look to the Past

Opening Day Brings a Look to the Past

(First Published on March 31, 2015) It’s opening day for baseball. It’s one of those days when we all feel like the great late Ernie Banks. Most everyone is upbeat and is looking forward to the new season. Ball parks will be full as the first ball is thrown out. Optimism prevails. For us, we Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 15, 20154:23 pm
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Journeys Into “A Campaign To Preserve the Ordinary”

“A Campaign To Preserve the Ordinary”

  So read the headline from the New York Times that caught our attention. The sub-headline reads, “A cranky blogger of the lost city becomes a crusader for mom-and-pop businesses”. As we started reading the article had New York or city flavor, “Here’s an old story: Your favorite dive bar/record hop/little Cuban restaurant gets turned Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 14, 20156:42 pm