Here it is, summer winding down, and I’ve still never been to a nude beach.
But before we start, let’s define terms. Nude and naked are not the same things, as you know, because naked is really naked, and nude is statues, art classes and the color of certain kinds of catalog underwear. Truth is not nude. Neither are the city, jaybirds or the day you were born. Power and ambition are certainly never nude. (more…)
“Collision Course: The Vatican, the Nuns of America and the Meaning of Obedience,” a new book by Shelter Island’s Carol Galligan, will be published this week. (more…)
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | Charity’s Meatloaf hot from the oven.
“I have never run into an unlovable meatloaf, but I have loved some better than others.”
– Laurie Colwin “More Home Cooking”
Meatloaf, the comfort food of 1950s America has long been a palette for cooks. Mix whatever ground meats you like, add bread and seasonings, shape it into a loaf, cover with a sauce and cook it. When it meets with approval, name it after yourself. (more…)
Charity Robey, columnist and feature writer for your hometown newspaper, was honored by the New York Press Association, winning first place for columns at NYPA’s annual convention in Albany this past weekend. (more…)
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5
Ferry Writers, hone your writing skills with a supportive group. 5 p.m., library. (631) 749-0042.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6
Friday Night Dialogues, writer, editor and food columnist Charity Robey talks about the history of the local scallop fishery. 7 p.m., library. (631) 749-0042. (more…)