Dan Grandinetti continues to critique Hudson from afar--this time provoked by a letter from a graduate student in California, working on a master's degree in social work, who chose Hudson as the subject for a research project: "Who cares about Hudson's children?" Together they make interesting reading: the grad student's letter asks "members of Hudson and the surrounding communities to . . . help educate and implement programs to get our children to his or her graduation"; Grandinetti's response, which seems to confuse sleep apnea with narcolepsy, explains why this will never happen.
Meanwhile, down by the river, at Basilica Hudson, Kite's Nest, which seems to be striving to develop a new model for how communities educate their children, began its workshops for kids this week.