Want to acquire a Chuck Miller artwork and help a good cause? SURE YOU DO!!

The SEAT Center in Schenectady – the Social Enterprise and Training Center – works with more than 300 young people throughout the Capital District, young men and women who want to rebuild their lives through educational services, workforce training, leadership development, and community service in their home neighborhoods.  The SEAT Center knows that the key…

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That’s not the “double vision” I mean…

So I recently finished up my cataract surgery.  My eyes are healing reasonably well, and I should receive my new progressive lenses from my ophthalmologist in about a week.  Until then, I’m using drugstore magnifying specs to get through my day – at least for close-up work.  Distance viewing is fine. Which is why, last…

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I need them and I can’t walk away

“Which is better?” she said to me.  “One? Or Two?  One … Two…” “Two,” I said. This went on for about three or four minutes.  A few moments later, the procedure repeated. Essentially … I’ll have new glasses in about two weeks.  That “one and two” was an eye exam. After five decades WITH glasses…

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I’m offering a print of The AGFA Bridge Over Ansco Lake to help furloughed workers

There is an old adage, that when your fellow man is in trouble, you help out.  You don’t ask why, you just help out. This is my first step in “helping out.” I hate that government employees – those who protect our skies and protect our food and protect our parks and protect our selves…

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For the first time in 55 years…

It’s Tuesday night, and I’m recovering from my eye surgery.  Things are getting sharper and clearer.  I want to set up an appointment to see the Albany Patroons’ training camp, so that I can talk to the new players as part of my preparation for co-broadcasting the Patroons’ home games online. The director of the…

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The left eye surgery shock

Anybody who tells you that cataract surgery is stress free and routine – those people are full of beans. And I’ll explain why. Last week, in preparation for the surgery, I received a phone call from the surgery center.  “Everything’s all set, Mr. Miller, but please be aware that although you have health coverage, you…

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