Summertime in Floyd

I haven’t disappeared – I’ve been on vacation! I left for Floyd on June 23 and stopped at the Greek restaurant just outside of Willis for a gyro before getting into Floyd around 1 p.m. I found that the owner Continue reading →

Amy Carol Webb

I’m going to a house concert tonight at Palm Lodge, a house built out of Dade County pine in 1912 and a designated historical landmark. After the closing of Main Street Cafe in Homestead three years ago, my friends opened Continue reading →

I Can See Clearly Now

This is one of my all-time favorite songs and I think it is very appropriate to listen to it again, after the first days of the Obama administration. No, not all is perfect, but what a difference, eh? Update 12/05/2010: Continue reading →

Clouds on the Horizon

I’ve been pre-occupied with some personal issues that I can’t elaborate on at the moment, but perhaps this classic, from The Kingston Trio, will help you understand my lack of activity recently. I’m hopeful that the sun will start shining Continue reading →

A Generational Anthem

In years past, a family tradition was to play Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant Thanksgiving Day Massacre every year at Thanksgiving, much to my younger brother’s dislike. Perhaps that is because the song is only truly appreciated by someone who was Continue reading →