Weather Report: 53 Degrees F. Heavy Snowfall Predicted
I was having dinner a couple of months ago with an old friend, a journalist I've know for over 20 years. Our common interests generally veer towards the darker sides of human nature, and it is more common for us to discuss Kafka, genocide even cancer than to venture into territory that might, in some circles, be considered Green.
And then we got talking about the weather.
New York City had 26.9 inches of snow on February 12th, the largest amount since record-keeping began in 1869. Here in the Berkshires, just north of the city, the temperature was 53 degrees fahrenheit on February 15th, and there was no snow in our meadow. It was an early blast of springtime: our grass, long dormant, turned green the following week.
Maybe I'm slow...
Meet Me in St. Louis: The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
Exterior view, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts. Photograph by Robert Pettus, 2004.
Nine months ago I went to St. Louis and had a memorable art experience. In and of itself, such an event should not seem so special...