A True ‘Power Couple’…Sargent and Eunice Shriver

I was bored to tears surfing the channels and I stumbled upon the wake and memorial service for Sargent Shriver, who died this past Tuesday at the age of 95. Sargent Shriver was the first director of the Peace Corps, running mate to George McGovern in 1972, husband to Eunice Kennedy Shriver, and so forth. […]

July 4, 1776: What were they thinking?

I woke up on this beautiful summer day and decided to read the full text of the declaration. It is truly an amazing statement and always leaves me with the question: ” What were they thinking?” I mean to go up against the 900 pound gorilla of the day, and actually pull it off, is […]

Thoughts on sacrifice and humility

I have a friend who once advised me that one should make all of one’s major life decisions in a cemetery.  I’m not sure if I entirely buy that, but I must admit that I have always been drawn to them. Over the school April vacation, Sam and I made a trip down to the […]

Video Profle of Agape Cafe

Recently, I took a trip down to the end of Pope Street here in Hudson to visit the Agape Cafe. The Cafe is a weekly event held at the Methodist Church to provide food and fellowship to those in need in our community. I met a great group of committed volunteers who serve up this […]

Video Profile of The Arts Alliance

Last night, I went up to the Town Hall to see an Irish music concert and to do a video profile a local organization for the community service website: Serve in Town. The concert featured Kate Chadbourne and the Irish Music Guy and was sponsored by the Arts Alliance. The Arts Alliance is a local […]