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Solidarity with New York Teachers

From one city of Pittsburgh school teacher to the teachers of New York-

I met Megan as we were getting on the subway shuttle today.  She teaches Middle School Special Ed. 155 more words

New York City

Views from SU's Bird Library

I was in a workshop on March 27, 2015 on the 6th floor of SU’s Bird Library, and took photos from all of the windows I could find.   34 more words

New York State

Letchworth State Park

Because of the continuous cold throughout the winter of 2014-2015, Letchworth State Park’s Genesee River and falls completely froze over, and the spring created a frozen volcano.   67 more words


A change of season.

The wind blows through the tall pines in the backyard. Swaying, the mighty boughs creek in the wind. Rain came down all day, transitioning to light snow in the evening. 266 more words


Smorgasbord Friday

Today my blog is like a mall food court – there is a little something for everyone just so long as you aren’t expecting a great meal. 808 more words


Aney Majak: The New York Basketball Star on the Rise

This past weekend, I had a chance to visit and chat with South Sudanese in Upstate New York where I was elatedly greeted by the excellent news of Aney Majak, the young man whose indomitable talents are getting a great deal of attention in Basketball Championship in​ the state of New York. 338 more words


Trenton Falls combines scenic vistas with historic lineage

t was a place where John Quincy Adams, Ulysses S. Grant, Charles Dickens and other notables kicked off their boots to relax among high society. Now it’s a place where families and friends can come and enjoy nature and the view. 1,655 more words


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