When visiting the magical city of Guanajuato, the colorful and ingeniously constructed cultural mecca in the heart of Mexico, try to score a reservation at Casa Palma. Set halfway up a South-facing mountainside, with views of everything, Casa Palma is a beautifully renovated three-level house — and miniature orchard — situated on a narrow callejon (an alleyway without...
- Hope Rekindled
This past week has given us more hope for our diseased republic than any other time in 50+ years of paying attention. Observing and participating in a long-overdue peaceful uprising, occupying the streets, feeling the righteous energy of people of all ages, colors, faiths, and wealth (or lack thereof), has…
- Source Notes: Seventh Decade
Orginally posted on June 08, 2021
The latest poetry collection from prolific author Heather Tosteson, Source Notes: Seventh Decade, is one of those treasured books one finishes and begins to read again. At turns searching and assured, troubled and contented, the poems here range from the deeply personal — including terrible trauma and recovery — to the universally felt. Ostensibly a meditation...