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by TMI staff in Features
Sun Nov 15th, 2015

Millbrook’s fame as a source of mill wheels, long forgotten in these parts, is still spreading in the nether part of the country where mills are prized. Philippa Elmes, a...

Unusual Theater
by Stephen Kaye in Features
Fri Nov 13th, 2015

King Charles III has a magisterial sound to it. The play tries to live up to that sound and largely succeeds, but not without making compromises.  It lives in the...

Artless art in song
by Stephen Kaye in Features
Thu Nov 12th, 2015

Julia Bullock’s recital at the Metropolitan Museum under the sponsorship of the Walter W. Naumberg Foundation was just another step in her growing career.  She handled it with her personal flair...

Thu Nov 5th, 2015

October 24 marks Food Day across the country a call to action to bring greater attention to how we grow the food we eat and what we decide to put...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Fri Sep 18th, 2015

Palazzo Ducale, Urbino, a vew from the rear Sept 21: To catch up on Urbino, we employed a guide and interpreter since time and language had to be bridged.  We...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Sun Sep 6th, 2015

The Mediterranean seen over the railing in Porto Ercole - photo by Stephen Kaye  

Sat Sep 5th, 2015

When Eliot and Susie Clarke started breeding fallow deer at Lithgow fifteen years ago, the animal was relatively unknown in the United States. Eliot Clarke remembers, “we began with 50...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Tue Sep 1st, 2015

Over the past few years Amy Garapic has emerged as a leading percussionist. She has worked with Bard-based Sō Percussion, taught at Bard, Kent State, and other colleges. She will...