George in Times Square / © Deborah Julian Traveling with George in New York City Of course, I was aware as you would be that a cat’s reaction would be different than […]
Pierre Bonnard Cats, an Impressionist Afternoon By David Stone French impressionist Pierre Bonnard didn’t paint many cats, at least not as many among his canvases as I’d have liked. Bonnard is one […]
Esther Hicks Wikipedia PR page challenges he trustworthiness of Wikipedia, not for the first time. Their page devoted to Esther Hicks is a yummy banquet for doubters of the online encyclopedia’s reliability. […]
About Monet’s Black Cat… I love Claude Monet, not as much as I love cats, but enough to have appreciated his paintings in more museum visits than I can count.
An American chat noir, my black cat in Paris, France… By David Stone I usually don’t remember where the ideas for my stories originate. Mostly, they emerge out of a disorderly mess […]
Met Foods / © Deborah Julian Few places in New York City or elsewhere are as completely defined by an architectural element as is Brighton Beach, especially the eponymous boulevard bisecting it […]
The science afterlife problem is unsettling. I love science. It bothers me to hear respected scientists take an unscientific approach, considering “the afterlife.” The idea covers a much broader ground than […]