This June, I will be cycling 33 miles in the Ride …

This June, I will be cycling 33 miles in the Ride For Roswell to raise funds for critical research and patient care at one of the nation’s top comprehensive cancer centers in Buffalo, NY, the Roswell Park Cancer Institute.

If you’d like to make a donation you can do so at the following link, just click on “donate”.

Buffalo is a Cool (and Snowy) Place to Live.

Wow. Yesterday, I woke up in Rochester — 60 degrees, sunny, did some yoga on the terrace. Then I got in my car to drive back to Buffalo for the weekend. It has been the most surreal 24 hours of my life, kind of like going from September to February in the span of 20 hours.

Dan and I took a walk around the block this morning. The pictures are in the slideshow above.

Almost no one has power here (about 230,000 people without power) — we have backup power in one room, so we’re pretty lucky.

You can read all about the storm and power outage on CNN.

The upshot: the temperature will be 60 by Sunday afternoon.

Interview in Artvoice If you are in the Buffalo…

Interview in Artvoice

If you are in the Buffalo area over the course of the next week or so, pick up a copy of the most current Artvoice, in it, I’m interviewed about my book Buffalo is a Cool Place to Live.

Thanks to Peter Koch for getting the interview done, and thanks to Rose Mattrey (an RIT grad!) for the splendid photo.

Click here to read the full interview (and see the image).

Interview in Artvoice If you are in the Buffalo…

Interview in Artvoice

If you are in the Buffalo area over the course of the next week or so, pick up a copy of the most current Artvoice, in it, I’m interviewed about my book Buffalo is a Cool Place to Live.

Thanks to Peter Koch for getting the interview done, and thanks to Rose Mattrey (an RIT grad!) for the splendid photo.

Click here to read the full interview (and see the image).