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Poetry

Poetry Friday: Carol A. Beane

By Women's Voices For Change
In this season when night arrives early and our thoughts are of both past and present, we offer a cycle of poems that poet Carol A. Beane has forged of the particular and the universal.
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Memories of Max Bond, the Real ‘Master Builder’

By Women's Voices For Change
Architect J. Max Bond, Jr. who died a few months ago at 73, led a life of intelligence and fortitude in the face of ignorance and resistance, while always doing his best work. His early career took him to France, where he worked with André Wogenscky; to New York, where he was at Gruzen & Partners and Pedersen & Tilney;…
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