Upon learning of the passing of North Face founder Douglas Tompkins, I felt inspired to speak out about corporate philanthropy and some of the great work being done by companies with a conscience. However, it’s a genuinely tricky endeavor because the altruistic behavior of a business often originates from the moral compass of the founder(s). And sadly, it can die with the founder as the company is passed on to children, restructured, or and acquired by those with deep pockets […]
I am in mourning for a man I never met, nor ever will. A man I know little to nothing about, in fact, but a man that I respect. I don’t know his policies nor much about his politics, but I know through his actions he provided the world with a legacy that will outlast my time on this earth. That man is Douglas Tompkins, co-founder of The North Face, or #TNF as the youngsters may refer to the outdoor-oriented […]
I cannot tell a lie. November depresses me. Stuck somewhere between Autumn, my favorite season, amd winter snows that blanket New England (sometimes, but not always my second favorite season.) November sticks out like a pimp in church but life must go on. Not far from my residence is a series of trails connected together on conservation land, the Weeks Trails as they are known, which exists as part of the original Weeks’ estate. If you like history there is […]
Currently in this day and age we have the most amazing access to music. Just when you thought the ipod revolutionized the world with digital music, in come services like Spotify and Pandora, and Apple music open up the listener’s world like never before believed possible. I read somewhere that some 4 million songs on Spotify had never even been played even once, meaning, there is a never ending supply of endless music out there. We simply don’t have time to […]
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A good run: Herring Aid in Newmarket
Feature Story in Print and Online Edition of The Conway Daily Sun, Conway NH. An exploration of the damage that remains from Hurricane Irene in our Rivers and Streams in the Mount Washington Valley, New Hampshire. 1/16/2016. Irene graced us with her presence in August of 2011. According to Earthsky.com, the ninth named storm and first hurricane of the season pushed her way north through New York to New England, where massive flooding took place, over 3 million people lost […]
Cold Casts – an article on Winter Fishing in New Hamphsire via the Sound NH, the Seacoast’s Premiere Arts and Culture Weekly.