Browsing All posts tagged under »Jim Ribby«

Playing catch-up

April 10, 2010


American Iliad Last night I went to Jim Ribby’s performance at the old Township Hall in Elk Rapids.  If you were there, you know why I’m glad I went.  If you missed it, here’s a little glimpse.  For two hours, Jim took us back to the fields of wartime Ohio, the battlegrounds of Tennessee, the […]

Pineapple, poetry and Grampa’s Log

April 5, 2010


Think of this as a little spring concerto played on bongos accompanied by the first and perhaps the last of the Dutchmen’s breeches . . .   Part I, written on Sunday, in which Pineapple appears I’m invited out to dinner.  My contribution is in the oven, and a little glass of pineapple juice is at […]