When I talk about intermingling several plants to serve as a mixed groundcover, perhaps under trees and shrubs, I often refer to the idea as “making mosaics.” No surprise, therefore, that a new book called “A Tapestry Garden” caught… Read More ›
Rural Intelligence is the brainchild of journalists Marilyn Bethany, who lives full-time in Columbia County, NY, and Dan Shaw, who lives full-time in Litchfield County, CT. They have both worked as editors and reporters at The New York Times and… Read More ›
Marshall Miles Interviews Tino Galluzzo-The White Gallery opens “The Art of the Print and Works on Paper” on Friday, July 20th with an opening artist reception on Saturday, July 21st from 5 – 7 pm.
The White Gallery opens “The Art of the Print and Works on Paper” on Friday, July 20th with an opening artist reception on Saturday, July 21st from 5 – 7 pm. Discover the best etchings, drawings, and mixed media on paper from these artists. “There are… Read More ›
Frank has chronicled his experience with the health care system in the New York Times op-ed piece “A Health Insurance Detective Story.” He has since become The Health Care Detective™ in a variety of publications and media outlets, including regular commentary… Read More ›
Today on the Media Beat. Trump visiting my original homeland – at a time of great internal turmoil. My television contribution to Trump’s Inauguration Day was a profile I made of Sadiq Khan, for which I spent a bunch of time… Read More ›
Marshall Miles covers news and events in the Tri-State Region on The Breakfast Club on Robin Hood Radio