Quiet eyes awakened and delighted on upper Monroe

Hopefully, I was one of only a few unaware (until yesterday) of the existence of Before Your Quiet Eyes. If you are one such dullard — now chagrined — retrace my path of enlightenment to 439 Monroe Avenue between Meigs and Averill, next to Voulas and the Park Bench. For about four years now, Ken Kelbaugh’s labor of … Continue reading Quiet eyes awakened and delighted on upper Monroe