Published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette July 19, 2022 Roger Salloom plays "Even Tears" from his 2004 album, "Eventually", in his Easthampton studio on Friday, July15, 2022. Salloom will be playing his annual free community concert at the Look Park Pines Theater in Florence on Wednesday, July 20. The jangling distant chords called to Jamie … Continue reading Community in concert: Amid personal tragedy, songwriter Roger Salloom preps for his annual community concert
By Bob Flaherty. Published in the Valley Advocate February 24, 2022 The call went out for actors who were good at Shakespeare. It was quickly answered by a white-haired man in a black overcoat and low-brimmed hat: “Hath not a Jew eyes?” pleads Joe Vincent in a roiling voice. “If you prick us, shall we … Continue reading Connecting creatives: The ArtsHub seeks to serve as a central online location for the creative community
Love this photo down below. Chris and Monte doing "play-by-play" while I play ping pong all day for refugee resettlement in Northampton. Always thought he'd outlive us all. He was a tough old bird who kept getting up off the canvas again and again. To wit: here's a front page column from his near-death of … Continue reading In Memory of chris collins – 1967-2022
To go along with my new Valley Advocate story on Five Years Legal Weed here's a Gazette story from five years basically asking "I can come out now?" Published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette 2016 Text: Can U grab milk, bread & a bag of Ancestral Skunk? Luv U. OK, I think we thought we’d … Continue reading I Can Come out now?
Marijuana has gone corporate, so why does the black market game continue to flourish? Published in The Valley Advocate Dec 23, 2021 https://bobflaherty.files.wordpress.com/2022/01/five-years-legal.pdf Before the cell phone contagion, what games did families play during long trips in the car? Spotting license plates from other states was one that kept our cherubs amused or guessing the … Continue reading Five Years Legal