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The Summer Place by Jennifer Weiner (Atria). What? A warm-hearted but sharp-eyed family novel by Jennifer Weiner, with Summer in the title? Who saw that coming? Well, we all did, of course, and … more
Welcome to summer, or so it feels. Once again we are on a roller coaster of spring weather. We had spring weather this week, mid-summer weather this weekend and back to spring weather next week. At … more
The weather is rainy, sunny, warm and humid, then colder and on and on. At least our full moon didn’t freeze our pretty flowers! You know when it’s really Spring cause it’s time to … more
To paraphrase an old song “Zippity do dah, Zippity Ay, My, oh my, I hope my mail comes today.” The U.S. Postal Service has taken steps over the years to try to facilitate their motto. … more
On Sunday, May 29, 1927, Patrick Cardinal Hayes, of the Archdiocese of New York of the Roman Catholic Church, traveled to Sullivan County to dedicate the new chapel at St. Joseph’s Seraphic … more
It was sort of a spur of the moment decision, prompted by an ad I spotted in the Sullivan County Democrat - Mother’s Day Brunch at Tennanah Lake Golf and Tennis Club from 9AM-3PM. There were … more
It was back to the Delaware Valley Opera on May 14th for the last of their spring concerts featuring the truly amazing Janice Meyerson. I’ve loved having the chance to attend these concerts and … more
I have read of five emotional stages that people will go through before and during retirement: Imagination. About 10 years before retirement, you begin to dream about that period of leisure … more
SCRANTON, PA — General Lemnitzer was born in Honesdale, PA on August 29, 1899 and was the first of three generations graduating from West Point. In an Army career which extended over more than … more
Birthday wishes to Hunter Frangipane, Linda Friehling, Meredith Levine, Nikki Zedek, Jerry Cohen, Jake VanEtten, Milly Gold, Andrew Dollard, Darrin Raynor, Ken Cohen, Amy Kristt, Kim Franklin, Joann … more
Let the Founding Fish Festival begin! In my last column I outlined all the festival’s music events but there are many other free events happening all along the seventy miles stretch of the … more
Busy, busy, busy! Every May it seems like suddenly there are dozens of school events that you need to be at, field trips, sporting events and more. We are on the go most days, but the beautiful … more
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