Monthly Archives: April 2010

Let’s Get Stoned

The world of funerary decoration ranges from the cultural to the personal, essentially following the evolution of society’s view of the individual life. Eighteenth century gravestones reveal very little about the individual life of the dead person commemorated by the … Continue reading

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Services and Fishes

As you drive through the northeast in April before the leaves have burst, you will notice white-flowered trees dotting the understory of forested hills. Some of these are cherries—black and choke; pin cherries are later—but many are Amelanchier canadensis and … Continue reading

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