Monthly Archives: August 2012

Just found my notes! Indelible History Project Part Two

There are 30,000 Holocaust survivors in New York. There are 250,000 Holocaust survivors in Israel. They are dying off at the rate of 30 individuals per day. Tossing us these statistics, like bones to dogs, was how Myron Polenberg began … Continue reading

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Indelible History Project

I wrote notes furiously during visual artist Myron Polenberg‘s talk–but now I can’t locate them. So, apropos of the subject, I’m going to have to rely on memory to tell his story. An off-site event planned during my week at … Continue reading

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Hudson River Valley Wasp Attack

  This is Noreen. See Noreen swim. Noreen is on the run, the swim, from killer wasps during her recent educational junket to Hudson, New York. It isn’t true that wasps, like bees, die upon the sting. They have smooth … Continue reading

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