Tag Archives: Cooperstown

At the Craft Show

Don’t let that face fool you! Nate had a great weekend selling ALPHAFolks t-shirts at the Sharon Springs Harvest Festival this past weekend. Karen, who’s made a habit of attending craft fairs, suggested Nate (meaning Nate and me), sell shirts. … Continue reading

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A Bit of Time Travel

Last week we were visited by a dad and his son. Their family had recently relocated to Cooperstown and, through ways I can’t remember, were directed to Karen. Why? Their 3 ½ year old son was recently diagnosed with hyperlexia … Continue reading

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The Nate Katz Press Juggernaut

Well, maybe not a juggernaut, but The Cooperstown Crier had a nice story on AlphaFOLKS. http://www.coopercrier.com/localnews/x1927848508/AlphaFOLKS-shirts-part-of-next-step-for-Katz Shirts have been selling and everyone who sees them is immediately won over. Yay Nate!

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Drumroll please…..AlphaFolks is here!

Long time readers know about AlphaFolks – how it started as one of Nate’s college art projects with the “C Boy,” how it developed into a full series of 52 individual characters, one character  for each letter, one character for girls and one … Continue reading

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Days of Whine and Neuroses

It’s been a very long time since I posted (sorry about that), but the last month has been so busy on many fronts (including a visit to Cooperstown by President Obama) and Mission of Complex has taken a back seat. … Continue reading

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Hole-filled Armor

I always take great solace that Nate’s autism gives him a protective coating against the pain we project – his lack of friends, lack of girlfriend or boyfriend, etc. If he doesn’t feel the void, then why should we? That … Continue reading

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Not Walking, But Talking, Autism

Saturday was the annual Walk for Autism, sponsored by The Kelberman Center, a Utica based autism services organization. I was asked, as Mayor of Cooperstown, to welcome the crowd at Glimmerglass State Park, on the northern edge of Otsego Lake, … Continue reading

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