Some of you have already received the Bugle in the mail this week. Unfortunately, it is a repeat of our May issue and not our June issue, which is what you should be receiving. This mistake occurred due to a production error and we are taking immediate steps to correct the situation. We hope that our printer gets the June edition rolling off the presses on Friday with distribution starting early next week. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Naomi Cohn sometimes uses tiny windows to help her poetry students choose what to write about. Her tool is a simple piece of paper with a hole cut out of it that students look through to narrow their... Read More
Como Park writer Joel Van Valin’s poem “Fairy Tale” is the winning entry of the 2017 Park Bugle poetry contest. Our judge, poet John Krumberger of Prospect Park, chose a first-, second- and third-place poem and two honorable mentions... Read More
Here’s your prompt: A Sidewalk Poetry discovery walk Naomi Cohn’s poem about memory is stamped into a sidewalk on Carter Avenue just south of Keston Street in St. Anthony Park. That poem, “Dementia,” was placed there in 2008 as part... Read More
The Schubert Club’s Music in the Park Family Concerts series will host performances March 24 and April 21. The Family Concerts are held at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 2136 Carter Ave., and include two performances each night at 6 p.m.... Read More