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Tag Archives: books
Soundtracks add suspense to movies. The low trembling strings of the double basses and cellos tell the audience that trouble looms ahead. The romantic, swirling strings enhances a love story. And what would Casablanca be like without As Time Goes … Continue reading
My life is music. Since I was a child, I played and listened to music. At college, I studied music. I listen to it as often as possible. Music is my best friend. I also love to write, not music … Continue reading
I’m reading an interesting book titled, Blue Moon by William Least Heat-Moon. It is a true story of an English professor from Missouri who travels across the United States via the secondary highways. The book tells the stories of the … Continue reading
When we were children we were taught to share. As adults, it is important to take care of ourselves and our careers. Are these opposing lessons? No. Both are important and necessary. One can share combining the act of helping … Continue reading
I am happy to announce that my virtual coffee table book, CityScapes is published. It is a collection of photographs that I took of Boston, North Attleborough, MA., and Pawtucket, R.I. Click here to preview the book.
I’m reading an interesting book, Letters to a Young Teacher (ISBN 978-0-307-39371-5) by Jonathan Kozol. It talks about the challenges a new first grade teacher encounters. Mr. Kozol provides advice through a series of letters. Whether you teach children or … Continue reading