Monthly Archives: February 2015


Dr. Christopher M.  McDonough, At the request of the PROVINCETOWN ARTS magazine I have been asked to  write a review of the recent biography of Tennessee Williams by John Lahr, TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh, For this review, … Continue reading

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At Armfield’s Grave

This morning I went to the Beersheba Springs Assembly for the Posse Retreat, which had as its focus “Crime and Punishment.”  This was a great event, with many good conversations, impressive facilitating, lots to laugh and think about.  After lunch, … Continue reading

Posted in Cemeteries & Funerals, Education, Sewanee, Slavery, Statues & Monuments, The South | 1 Comment

Protected: An Ancient Source for the Winking Pizza Chef

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