Living Arts Weekly: A Spring Story

March 14, 2021 The little brown bulb went to sleep in the ground, In his little brown nightie, he slept very sound. King Winter, he roared and he raged overhead, But the little brown bulb didn’t move in his bed. When Springtime came tip-toeing over the lea, Finger to lips, as soft as can be, …

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Living Arts Weekly: Risky Play

February 21, 2021 Progress always involves risks. You can’t steal second base and keep your foot on first. — Frederick Wilcox After many years of erecting especially safe- and, hence, fairly boring- public playgrounds, I have noticed a positive trend around our city towards engineering more challenging “ropes course” type playgrounds. Naturally, these playgrounds are …

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