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Summer arrives: A ghost town, a princess, excellent treats and the return of Stone Circle

June 18, 2014


Apology and explanation The apology part: I did not get a post up about the Wilkinson Summer Lecture series when I should have (the flyer is here). In spite of my dereliction, there was a good audience on Monday for Paul Delange’s talk about Comfort, Michigan, a ghost town on the abandoned rail line between […]

Poets and painters and sculptors, oh my – and you are there

October 4, 2009


Big doings this weekend.  The new show over at the Jordan River Arts Council opened today, and Babs was there.  Thanks to her photos, you were, too.  I know, I know, it’s not the same as being in the gallery, where there were lovely treats.  I wasn’t there, either, as I had to work at […]

A wedding on Torch Lake

July 25, 2009


All week it rained. The weather widget moaned and predicted floods of biblical proportions. Last night thunder jolted the dogs into a barking frenzy. Up at Stone Circle Wendi and Terry Wooten pondered the backup plans for the Big Event. It has been a stressful time for the parents of the bride. But today the […]

This weekend in Torch Lake Township: Stone Circle opens its 25th season

June 20, 2008


I’ve only been going to Stone Circle for eight years, but Terry Wooten, Louan Lechler, Jim Ribby and a revolving cast of poets, storytellers, songwriters, court jesters and dysfunctional lovers have been at it for a quarter of a century.  Beginning tomorrow, June 21, they’ll be there every Saturday night, from 9:00 until midnight or until the poets fall asleep around […]

April is the cruelest month – so full of hope

April 12, 2008


April, April.  One day the sun comes out, snowmelt braids paths to the Bay, and we tell each other the corner has turned.  We make a trip to Pine Hill Nursery for seedlings we’ll have to tend indoors for weeks.  We leave our coats in the car. The next night it sleets.  We curse the […]