He clutches a trailing bunch of spring-green grapes, dangling from the black arm of the Cayuga grape vine, and frowns, “There was so much winter damage, and I’m not sure these new trunks are going to come through.”
Sleepy Hollow. The name itself conjures immediate imagery to the minds of those who have been introduced in any way, shape, or particularly the form of the Headless Horseman, to the Legend of Sleepy Hollow by American writer Washington Irving.
Playwright TJ Rodgers, via his friend, director, Bartlett Sher, met in 2011 with the two Oslo Accord facilitators, Terje Rod-Larsen, a director at the Fafo Institute for Applied Social Science in Oslo and his diplomat wife, Mona Juul and learned of their role in enabling the Oslo Accord in 1993.
With the kids going back to school, we need to discuss bullying. Bullying has been around for many years but recently has caught the media attention due to the increased suicide rates and states like Massachusetts and New Jersey passing anti-bullying acts.
As Immanuel Kant put it, “the sublime is limitless, so that the mind in the presence of the sublime, attempting to imagine what it cannot, has pain in the failure but pleasure in contemplating the immensity of the attempt.”