Vinings

18 Jun 19
DALLAS GARDEN BUZZ

June 18, 2019 When you’ve worked in a garden, something happens to you. You begin to pay more attention to the rain, the temperature and sunshine and how it affects your plot of land. You peer down at the soil looking for signs of life. Have your squash seeds sprouted? Are the beans going to […]

18 Jun 19
David Vining, Author

Here’s the crowd pleaser of the series. Here we have the easiest of the franchise to digest as a viewer, and it’s a surprisingly strong combination of goofy, earnest, serious, and joyful. Many movies that try to balance that many tones end up with incoherent experiences, but Leonard Nimoy, Harve Bennett, and Nicholas Meyer managed […]

18 Jun 19
Untangling Knotts

Well, today was a very boring day. We started by waking up no later than 7. We had one last delicious meal at Kerouac’s. We all shared an omelet, breakfast sandwich, a muffin, and a scone. We had to stop in Ely to replenish the first aid kit and get more blatter’s. The place that […]

18 Jun 19
Untangling Knotts

Breakfast was most definitely the highlight of the day. I know I keep going on and on about Kerouac’s, but the love that seeps in each meal is so evident. This morning we had fresh squeezed orange juice, so pulpy and delicious and the richest coffee in hearty Great Basin pottery mugs. We ordered a […]

18 Jun 19
Sparkle Cat Adventures

We settled into life in Vaitahu for a few days to enjoy the warm community vibe. Alex has a welcoming manner about him, people just walk up to him on the street to give him fruit or offer to show him around the island. Luckily I got to tag along. Alex met Alexander, husband of […]

18 Jun 19
Untangling Knotts

And we walked off to look for America – Simon and Garfunkel One last meal at Kerouac’s and one last long drive West today. We made it to California after traversing the alternating ranges of mountains and broad valleys that make up central Nevada. Breakfast was the most notable party of the day. We shared […]

17 Jun 19
The Muse in Horticulture

Happy Monday everyone! It seems that summer is coming a little early here in the Philadelphia region. Today is a bit humid to say the least. In any case, this weather is perfect for planting melon transplants as the soil is warm and the last potential frost date has long passed. Although I personally prefer […]

17 Jun 19
David Vining, Author

How does one follow a film with a fantastic villain, perfect structure, and really good special effects? Muddy the waters, apparently. Don’t get me wrong. I feel like the third Star Trek film is good, but it’s also got problems. So, let’s start with the good. The Enterprise is coming home from the Mutara system, […]

16 Jun 19
Gardening Channel

by Matt Gibson When the summer weather starts to heat up, some plants wither away, while others stand up to the heat, and even thrive in hot conditions, such as these 12 heat tolerant vegetables for the summer garden. While there are some tricks of the trade that might help you gain a little bit […]

15 Jun 19
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15 Jun 19
David Vining, Author

My appreciation for Star Trek: The Motion Picture is documented well enough. In that commentary, I say: “Part of me wishes that the movie series had continued in this vein: throwing millions of dollars at the screen to be heady and weird. But then we got Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan which is […]

14 Jun 19
Temple Emanu-El

When I was asked to join Temple Emanu-El’s executive board six short years ago, I leapt at the opportunity to help vision for our future in partnership with Rabbi Miller, Rabbi Haas, and Cantor Roskin. It was a clergy trio-dynamic that seemed to have boundless potential and was overflowing with knowledge of our congregation, our […]

14 Jun 19
Piranhas

This season’s scores … Meet Home Visitor at Paces Ferry Park 554 299 at Governor’s Towne Club 255 410 Home v. Milford Chase 403 311 at Arden Lake Home v. Vinings Trace