By Joe Dizney CSA (Community Sponsored Agriculture) is a very good thing — for the farmer and the consumer, but where the farmer’s job—as tough as it depending on the elements—finishes with the harvest, the challenges faced by the home cook and CSA shareholder vary wildly from week to week. (Kale AGAIN, and just what […]
The Summer Music Series got off to a great start with a performance by The Renovators . . .
By Joe Dizney The early days of July 2010 in the Highlands have run the gamut from amazingly cool to blisteringly hot. In the garden, the pinks and whites of spring roses and peonies have given way to the cool purples of early-summer lavender, hydrangeas and butterfly bush. And even the deep reds of the […]
By Leonora Burton It is with great sadness that I write about the death of Mike Tully. A dear friend for many years, he passed away on July 8. He is survived by his wife, Mary Louse, four sons and eight grandchildren. The wakes will be held at Cliton Funeral Home on Monday and […]
First of a series of stories about that interesting person “Behind The Counter”
A Tuesday afternoon scorcher, in that refuge known at Zuzu’s, in Beacon . . .
When many of us think of a Ã¢â‚¬Ëœfood pantry’ we see stacks of canned goods, with maybe a donated ham or turkey on the side. Of course every donation is valued, and all are accepted with gratitude. Yet fresh vegetables and other produce often remain beyond the reach of those most in need of healthy diets.
Community Day 2010 was capped off by a performance by Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams.