He restaged Mozart's Magic Flute at Kendal on Hudson with flute, mime, puppetry, and an alto saxophone. Above he enacts Papageno and Papagena with puppets. He was helped by Arthur Brady on Audio/Visuals, Fran Kelly on staging, and his colleague Marylou Selo who took the photos below.
Riding the train to NYC just after the explosion knocked a big piece of the old bridge into the Hudson, I took a quick photo. Trains weren’t running during the explosion.
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Early one morning one of us received a call from someone who said, “Hi Grandma, it’s your grandson!” When asked who it was, the scratchy-voiced caller said, “Don’t you recognize my voice?” The resident recipient answered “No,” and hung up. This scam appeared several years ago and seems to have reappeared. So be careful about unidentified callers, particularly if they call when you’re sleepy.
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Click Here to read the “Call to Activity for Clinicians and Patients” editorial based on extensive research conducted for the New Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association