Upon arriving at the campsite late last Friday afternoon, the work of taking care of ourselves quickly began. After a quick survey of our temporary home, we got to work. We found ourselves surrounded...[more]
In the fall of 1964 my father, Tony Carr, started his tenure as Head of Rowing at Brentwood. He began with some lofty dreams of creating a good high school rowing program, but his immediate goal was...[more]
August Wilson said “All you need in the world is love and laughter. That's all anybody needs, to have love in one hand and laughter in the other.” The members of the Senior Acting Group at Brentwood...[more]
April 11th was an auspicious day. It marked the beginning of something annual, an event that stretches several months every year, and encompasses millions of people. On April 11th, Canada’s somewhat...
Spring becomes evident in various ways around this globe. In some communities, it is the first break in the ice pack on the northern rivers. Perhaps it is the subtle change in shape of the cumulus...[more]
The VAC Art Attack
The graceful curve of support beams evokes the wooden tines of a splayed fork or the spokes from the wheel of a bicycle. The myriad of windows suggest something almost similar...[more]
With 6 days of snow, hail, wind, rain, and a ten to zero male-female ratio, the second week of Spring Break did not, by a long shot, resemble paradise. Thankfully, the sun did eventually come out and...[more]