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PREVIEW: Creedence Clearwater founder John Fogerty at Tanglewood on June 20 with George Thorogood

Fogerty calls it the "Celebration Tour" because early in 2023, he regained control of his song catalog after decades of struggle. "I just got my songs back, and I'm gonna play every one of them!"

NATURE’S TURN: A full plate

Onions and potatoes, tomatoes and basil, cucumbers and kale, snap beans and zucchini fill dinner plates and overflow salad plates as the growing season peaks.

NATURE’S TURN: Harvest and reseed. Revel in flowers, relish fruits

Among the late summer bloomers in my landscape are a fragrant heirloom phlox, Japanese anemone, Oswego tea, Russian sage and New York ironweed, all perennials.

NATURE’S TURN: The gardener’s art — gathering visions and vegetables

There’s still time to plant more radishes and broadcast seeds of lettuce, spinach and Asian greens in beds where alliums, spring beets and potatoes grew.

NATURE’S TURN: Late summer banquet, bouquet and dance

The late-summer gardener’s day gets underway like a Jackson Pollack action painting. Is it possible to list the tasks in a straight line and follow the list?

Eat well, live well: The late summer harvest

Kale is now recognized as providing comprehensive support for the body's detoxification system as do the other members of the brassica family –- broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprout.
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