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Interview with poet Michael Horan – A Draught of Vintage Artist Series

This is the first post in a new series called “A Draught of Vintage Artist Series”. The series will consist of interviews with artists of all kinds: florists, musicians, photographers, potters, poets, painters, map makers, filmmakers, and makers of all kinds. It will serve as a way to promote local and small-batch artists as well as […]

Gregory the Great Crowdfunding Campaign – Land of Song

Dear Friends, Gregory the Great Academy is gearing up for their annual crowdfunding campaign Land of Song – The Place of Music in Education. You might recall last year’s crowdfunding campaign. They are calling for people to signup to be a part of it in order to get the word out. The title of the […]

Atticus Finch: Local and National Man of Virtue

     To Kill a Mockingbird presents us with a broken town in a broken county—Maycomb. The townspeople hold onto time-honored codes and conventions, some of which are laudable and some of which are reprehensible. The novel highlights the problem of appearances—as embodied in the town’s architecture. “The Maycomb jail [is] the most venerable and […]

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