Every Spring, Texas is favored by a whirlwind tour by folk and labor singer Anne Feeney. She travels by car through the state, north to south, to the famous Kerrville Folk Festival. Coming and going, she hits the major cities for impromptu concerts. No venue is too large or small.
My husband was a supporter of the World for practically all his life. He died Nov. 9, 1999. He wrote poetry. While going through our files, I came across this poem, one I did not know. As I read it, it occurred to me that he was saying something 30 years ago that could be applied to our American scene today. – Charlotte Podolner
Book Review Glory, Passion, and Principle: The Story of Eight Remarkable Women at the Core of the American Revolution, by Melissa Lukeman Bohrer, Atria Books, 271 pp., $24