Help Baltimore “Senior” Artist Aleta Greene Restart Her Art


  https://www.gofundme.com/help-a-senior-artist-help-herself For decades, the name Aleta Greene was widely known in the Baltimore music scene and beyond. Her powerful yet vulnerable sulky voice once graced many venues—from the old “rock” clubs of the 70s and 80s and upscale sites like The Brass Elephant to the stages of Artscape and summer concert series at the … More Help Baltimore “Senior” Artist Aleta Greene Restart Her Art

The Wages of Life


I. When someone calls me Young lady, I don’t know whether To laugh or cry Out: I’m not so young; 65.5 years have I lived on this Earth! I’ve done my time, committed crimes and paid the fines for all my youthful indiscretions. [And God has told me, It’s alright, my child.] I’ve learned lessons … More The Wages of Life

How to Stay Sane in These Dark Days: Turn Off the Noise


My Multi-Media Addictions I am an admitted news junkie. Though I start most of my days with at least two hours of silence before turning on the television, those hours of silence are spent checking my emails for…. e-News. I subscribe to The Washington Post (thanks to Amazon), The Baltimore Sun, The Boston Globe, Axios, … More How to Stay Sane in These Dark Days: Turn Off the Noise

Sacred Spaces 2


Part II: More Lessons from Beth Am and Reflections on the Sacred Spaces in My Life It wasn’t until I got home and read the program for the Rosh Hashana—Yom Kippur services at Beth Am that I realized the concept of “Sacred Space” is the theme of the coming year for Beth Am, both physically … More Sacred Spaces 2