Dear followers, I am frankly overwhelmed by the events of the last five days. I will mix the good, the bad and the ugly. However, after completing my visit in the Berkshires, I am filled with hope for our future. Let me count the ways. As a student of history, I am always interested in … More Joyce America Speaks Periscope @11am Wednesday: America the beautiful plus the good, the bad and the Ugly!
Dear Followers: Let’s think about our fondest memories today , live in the present and enjoy our day! I look forward to sharing the fond memories of the America I grew up in with you! Won’t you join me for a period of R&R! We earned this respite, let’s Enjoy it, together! … More Joyce AmericaSpeaks Periscope@11am Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Let’s keep it light, happy memories, everyone!
Dear followers: You asked for it and I’m doing it. You can say Hi! to me at the Barclay Center , Brooklyn, on Saturday! Watching , I’m told, for the Philippine Singer in” ASAP”, with a special request for a selfie , to be given to my Friend Rhodora!!! … More The voice of Joyce: You asked, I’m doing!
Dear followers: See you at 11am. You shape the conversation. There is much to discuss. “the heart and pulse of the Middle Class”
Why I’ve chosen my ” Butterfly” to represent me and my work. It is made by fire by a talented Glass Artist, Marlene Rose. Like AMERICA it is not perfect. It’s yellow glow shines brightly in the light. It’s smooth as glass on one side, sleek and sophisticated the other side, rough cast, irregular , … More The Voice of Joyce: My Butterfly
As friends of the park, we were invited to the Boss Tweed route. We checkd-in with Conservancy staff at the Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop at 5:30 pm on Monday (map attached). The tours will concluded with wine and sweets back at the Dairy, which will remained open for guests interested in taking advantage … More The Voice of Joyce: Central Park
Dear followers: I’ve recently had the privilege to see Central Park through “the eyes and feet” of members and patrons. On Monday, I took the route laid out in the Park, developed by Boss Tweed in the 1870’s. The establishment of the Park, our City’s treasure, pre dates Robert Moses and the grand vision that … More The Voice of Joyce: Central Park Conservancy