Rather than sending us away, they invited us to join in; offering a choice of fine wine and whisky. I chose the whisky and found the grey city I had been living in was suddenly far more colorful. This brilliant bit of pose was just published in the Huffington Post. By Kate Bartolotta with Sara Crolick, it deserves being celebrated and shared.
On September 19th an evening of Tapas and Tango on the Horace Mann Terrace will commence at 7:00 pm. Sunset tours of the community garden, student entertainment, enriching conversation, fine food, Latin music and dancing will fill the Indian Summer Night. All are welcome to join us. Please visit westfieldfoodpantry.org for more details.
In Western Massachusetts we are fortunate to have some great places to get wine. Expertise and selection are abundant and if you have a favorite wine you are likely to find it in any number of shops around the region. What are the options for the people and circumstances that require a vintage that is a little less ordinary?
For 150 years the Strawberry Super has meant getting together, enjoying the bright red fruits of the season and celebrating community.
Nanputo, or South Temple rests at the base of Wulaofeng mountain. It is one in the chain that runs through the Island of Xiamen known as the Five Old Men...
Today the air is clear and the skies are bluer than I have seen them since arriving. Mountains I did not know existed have sprung up all around the city. New flowers seemed to have bloomed over night and the freshly manicured bushes are adorned in tiny white butterflies.