“Did you hear the one about the man who robbed the bank in a wheel chair? He made an easy escape because the security guard jumped up to hold the door open for him.” From anecdotes about bank robbers who slide past bank security in their wheelchairs to observations on by-stander’s reactions when one takes
Resident Rose Fucile never had a formal art lesson or studied art, yet she paints like a master. The retired English teacher began painting on porcelain about 20 years ago at age 60, after seeing work at a local art show. “I liked what I saw,” Rose said in her one-bedroom apartment at Sunny View.
“If it’s not impossible, I’m not interested.” It’s a phrase that Lewis MacAdams, poet, journalist, filmmaker and activist has become known for over the years. Often repeated by friends and fans, it’s made its way on to tee-shirts and is now forever etched in the base of a seven-foot sandstone sculpture of him overlooking the