Friday, March 19, 2010
EAGLE QUEST T'AI CHI Waterford, CT On Saturday, March 27 from 2-4pm, David Chandler will host a demo with audience participation at the Waterford Public Library. T'ai Chi is a seemingly soft martial art form which encourages relaxation, stress management, youthfulness, balance and finding your center. If you go: wear comfortable clothes and shoes or sneakers.
WISH YOU WERE HERE! Standing on the Precipice...On the rocks...Of the jetty...Guarding the entrance to Alewife Cove. Safe and Sound...Seagulls all around...Wish you were here!..."But I can't take you there." Standing on the Precipice...Seagulls all around...Return to solid ground...I can't take you there...Wish you were here.by Denise Hickey, Friday, March 19, 2010. Ocean Beach. New London, CT. ("Seagulls All Around;" Coming Soon to MAAP: http://sites.google.com/site/makingartaffordabletothepublic/
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
NEWS CHANNEL 8 at 5pm on Wednesday, March 17 (2010): This morning, at Ocean Beach, I had the opportunity to speak to a reporter on the boardwalk! A segment will broadcast tonight at 5pm on the condition of the boardwalk due to the high wind and wave action! "How does my hair look?" "Do I have an accent?" (Product of two cities, New York and Boston, early 1980s.) Or, worse,"a lisp?" "I know I gained weight over the winter, but I'm trying to lose it now, by walking on the boardwalk most days when it's sunny...Denise...Denise Dances...2010....Oooooh, she's got to slow down! ooooh, she's got to slooow down! -- Sung to the surf! For more info, go to: http://www.wtnh.com/dpp/news/new_london_cty/sand-overcomes-ocean-beach-boardwalk
Monday, March 15, 2010
IT ISN'T JUST ME...(by Ingela Ratledge, TVGUIDEMAGAZINE.COM) Shouldn't Alison be used to having visions by now? Not an episode of CBS' MEDIUM goes by without Alison Dubois (Patricia Arquette) jolting out of bed, haunted by what she's seen in a dream, or being stunned by one of the supernatural visions she encounters in her daily life. Now don't get us wrong: If we were paid a visit by one of the dearly departed, however harmless, we'd plotz on the spot. But you'd think it would be old hat to Allison by now -- after all, girlfriend's job is to use her powers to help the Phoenix DA solve crimes. To get the psychic skinny, we hit up the real-life Allison DuBois, who explains that it's not the contact from the spirit world that's jarring, per se, but the often disturbing content of the messages. "The information I get is horrifying," says DuBois. "Some of the crimes are pretty unnerving." And, much like her on-screen alter ego, DuBois frequently has trouble convincing those around her that all of her freaky 411 is legit -- no matter how many times they've seen her gift in action. "Patricia does a great job of portraying my temper when people aren't figuring out the cases based on what I tell them," says DuBois. IT ISN'T JUST ME.