by Stephen Long | March 21st 2008Read More »
When observers of goings-on at the State House in Albany, New York, recall the events of March 10, 2008, chances are they will remember it as the day the
by Chuck Wooster | March 14th 2008Read More »
As we worked on editing the Outdoor Wood Boiler article in the current issue of the magazine, I began to think seriously about installing such a unit
by Stephen Long | March 7th 2008Read More »
When you buy a car, you receive an owner’s manual. When you buy an appliance like a refrigerator, you get an owner’s manual.
by Stephen Long | January 25th 2008Read More »
Last Sunday afternoon, I picked up Castle Freeman’s Go With Me, and started reading it around 4:00. I finished sometime after 9:00, stopping only to throw more wood
by Chuck Wooster | January 18th 2008Read More »
We’ve been developing an article for the upcoming issue about outdoor wood boilers, and the topic has been driving us a bit crazy. On the one
by Stephen Long | January 11th 2008Read More »
It happened again the other day. I was reading a newspaper article, and the writer used the word “forester” to describe a person who owns forestland.
by Stephen Long | December 21st 2007Read More »
Winter will officially begin on Saturday, but it is already kicking in around here, making those of us of a certain age reminisce about the snowstorms of
by Stephen Long | December 11th 2007Read More »
I’m a print guy, but I haven’t always been a print guy. My first involvement with media was nearly 30 years ago, when I learned the