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Monthly Archives: March 2013
It wouldn’t be Easter without a trip to our favorite bakery – Isgro’s Pastries, a neighborhood staple since 1904. I’m completely smitten with their tiny rose topped cakes!
Before the internet, cable TV, Martha Stewart, and Pinterest there was Women’s Household – a wonderful little magazine published on newsprint in the mid sixties. It featured articles on sewing, knitting, gardening, cooking and crafts. They included a column where … Continue reading
The glass negatives for today’s post are another couple of shots that John B. Capewell made while he was in the Pine Barrens. These photographs were with the other shots from the SAWDUST PILE box that I’ve published in recent … Continue reading
I wanted to do a post on side dishes, and since I made polenta fries a few weeks back -polenta stuffed peppers came to mind. Creamy polenta with corn, cheddar, and a dash of cayenne tucked into red bell peppers … Continue reading
I tried to do a search for Velvet Touch LIFE SIZE DOLLS on some of the major search engines and, as anyone would guess, my search came back with an astounding assortment of sex toys. After a few pages of … Continue reading
Rumor is that they’re renovating to reopen, but it’s quiet.
Twenty eighth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
This is another in a series of photographs that John B. Capewell took while he was in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey some time in the early 1930s.