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8 State Route 95
Moira , NY 12957
(518) 529-7431
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Corrections: January 4 - New York Times

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
John Chamberlain, who died within a week of each other last month, misstated the surname of a painter who used a variation of Ms. Frankenthaler’s staining technique. She was Moira Dryer, not Dwyer. • An article on Thursday about the use of music by Wagner in the Lars von Trier film “Melancholia,” in which the world is annihilated, described the plot of the movie “Fail-Safe” incorrectly. It involves the destruction of Moscow and New York, not of the entire world. • A television review on Tuesday about “Jane by Design,” on ABC Family, misidentified the film in which the character Duckie appeared in comparing a character in “Jane by Design” to him. It was “Pretty in Pink,” not “Sixteen Candles.” • An article on Dec. 24 about the success of touring Broadway shows at Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo misstated the name of a local university where “Spring Awakening,” which the president of Shea’s thought would not appeal to his subscribers, had a brief run. It is the University at Buffalo, which is part of the State University of New York system; it is not the University of Buffalo. • A music review on Saturday about Phish, at Madison Square Garden, misstated the title of a song they played. It is “I Am Hydrogen,” not “This Is Hydrogen.” WEEKEND A critic’s notebook article on Friday about new and returning television shows in January misstated t...

Corrections: January 4 - New York Times

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
John Chamberlain, who died within a week of each other last month, misstated the surname of a painter who used a variation of Ms. Frankenthaler’s staining technique. She was Moira Dryer, not Dwyer. • An article on Thursday about the use of music by Wagner in the Lars von Trier film “Melancholia,” in which the world is annihilated, described the plot of the movie “Fail-Safe” incorrectly. It involves the destruction of Moscow and New York, not of the entire world. • A television review on Tuesday about “Jane by Design,” on ABC Family, misidentified the film in which the character Duckie appeared in comparing a character in “Jane by Design” to him. It was “Pretty in Pink,” not “Sixteen Candles.” • An article on Dec. 24 about the success of touring Broadway shows at Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo misstated the name of a local university where “Spring Awakening,” which the president of Shea’s thought would not appeal to his subscribers, had a brief run. It is the University at Buffalo, which is part of the State University of New York system; it is not the University of Buffalo. • A music review on Saturday about Phish, at Madison Square Garden, misstated the title of a song they played. It is “I Am Hydrogen,” not “This Is Hydrogen.” WEEKEND A critic’s notebook article on Friday about new and returning television shows in January misstated t...

January 2012 Table of Contents - Locus Online

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Divers Hands: Stefan Dziemianowicz and Gwenda Bond / 24 On Conan Doyle, Michael Dirda; Ghosts Know, Ramsey Campbell; The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares, Joyce Carol Oates; Blood Red Road, Moira Young; The Conference of the Birds, Peter Sís. Locus Listens to Audiobooks: Amy Goldschlager / 27 Consider Phlebas, Iain M. Banks; Fox and Phoenix, Beth Bernobich; Queen of Kings, Maria Dahvana Headley; Tunnel in the Sky, Robert A. Heinlein; The Astounding, the Amazing, and the Unknown, Paul Malmont; The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern; Snuff, Terry Pratchett; The Alloy of Law, Brandon Sanderson. Terry Bisson: This Month in History / 15, 17, 19, 23 Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) — Analog January/February 2012 (Rich Horton)Asimov’s December 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Asimov’s January 2012 (Rich Horton)F&SF Nov/Dec 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Interzone July-August 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Interzone Sep-Oct 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Interzone Nov-Dec 2011 (Gardner Dozois)On Spec Summer 2011 (Rich Horton)Realms of Fantasy October 2011 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) — Bishop, Michael • The Door Gunner and Other Perilous Flights of Fancy (Paul Witcover)Campbell, Ramsey • Ghosts Know (Stefan Dziemianowicz)Dempsey, Michael • Necropolis (Faren Miller)Dirda, Michael • On Conan Doyle (Stefan Dziemianowicz)Duncan, Hal • An A-Z of the Fantastic City (Rich Horton)Files, Gemma • A Rope of Thorns (Faren Miller)Haldeman, Joe • a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/search?keywords=9780441020959&index=books&linkCode=qs&tag=locu...

Erica Wilson Dies at 83; Led a Rebirth of Needleworking

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Erica Moira Susan Wilson was born on Oct. 8, 1928, in Tidworth, England, near Stonehenge. Her father was a colonel in the British Army, and she spent her first five years in Bermuda. Returning to Britain with her mother after her parents divorced, she was reared in England and Scotland. Ms. Wilson, who had done needlework as a child, found her vocation almost by default. “She was going to make a lousy secretary, and she wasn’t very keen on mathematics,” her husband, the prominent furniture designer Vladimir Kagan, said in an interview on Tuesday. Her mother solved the problem, he said, by suggesting the Royal School. After graduating, Ms. Wilson taught there for several years. In 1954, she was recruited by a visiting American, a well-to-do woman who wanted to start a needlework school in Millbrook, N.Y. Ms. Wilson set out bravely for her American adventure, suitably armed. “I brought a big trunk of my own wool, thinking I was going to Indian Country, where such things wouldn’t be available,” she told The News and Courier of Charleston, S.C., in 1973. Before long, she had settled in Manhattan, where she taught at the Cooper Union. She also held workshops in her apartment, and the mimeographed handouts she gave her students soon blossomed into a full-fledged correspondence course. That course, which over time enrolled thousands of students, led to her books and the television show, filmed in the studio next to Ms. Child’s. Ms. Wilson, who had homes in Manhattan and Palm Beach and on Nantucket, also appeared on television in Britain and Australia. Her syndicated column, “Needleplay,” appeared in American newspapers in the 1980s. Her books include “Crewel Embroidery” (1962), “Erica Wilson’s Embroidery Book” (1973) and “Erica Wilson’s Knitting Book” (1988). Besides her husband, whom she married in 1957, she is survived by two daughters, Vanessa Diserio, who runs the Nantucket shop, and Jessica Kagan Cushman, a jewelry and accessories designer; a son, Illya, an artist; and six grandchildren. All of the above have grown skilled at holding their hands aloft for long periods, letting Ms. Wilson wind all the wool she needed in a single sitting. (New York Times)

Obituary for DAVIDSON

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Glasgow, Scotland and died on December 4, 2011 of cancer at his home in Albuquerque, NM. He is survived by Esther Mulgrew Davidson, his wife of 60 years; daughters, Karen Davidson, Moira Green, Denise Davidson-Dyer; son, Ross Davidson; seven grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Hector was educated and received his degree in Marine Engineering in Glasgow. Hector served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War receivin... (Albuquerque Journal)




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