I am flat out with getting Issue #2 of Leaf Magazine out the door. We are hoping to have it all done and ready for your viewing pleasure on Monday. I have so much to write about but I keep running out of hours in the day and I expect that to continue through the weekend. I am doing my best – but I don’t think that regularly scheduled programming will return until this publication is all done.
In the meantime, I heard a story today on the radio that I want to quickly mention — There is a lead in the 20+ year old unsolved mystery of the biggest art heist (ever?) in Boston. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (my favorite!) had 13 (I think) paintings stolen and the case has been cold for 20+ years until today, when suddenly, now, a new lead has developed — related to some mafia guy in Connecticut! Fingers crossed for getting those paintings back (btw, they are valued at 500 million – yes half a billion dollars). Go FBI!
Anyway — that lead me to remembering to tell you about the Gardner’s annual nasturtium display that is on right now. It is an extraordinary thing — a feet (pun intended) of horticultural prowess. Nasturtiums are grown to great lengths so that at the height of their bloom they can be carefully installed in the beautiful courtyard of the museum so that they can dangle in all their glory. It’s a must see.
images from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum fb page.
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