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JACK by Marilynne Robinson (Farrar, Straus and Giroux). The column has been talking about “straight” fiction, deeply felt, carefully characterized novels. Marilynne Robinson is that and then … more
Fall Annual Election Period Is Now! From October 15 through December 7, you can make changes as you need to your Medicare coverage. Any changes you make will take effect January 2021. If you choose … more
Fall is here, which means it's officially soup season! I have been craving soup lately, and looking for recipes that can be made with pantry items as well as follows my Weight Watchers guidelines. … more
There are many ways to classify books. Some books are hard cover, others paperback. Some are fiction while those that provide facts and real information are labeled nonfiction. In any event they are … more
Reading the Democrat on Tuesday, I saw the headline about the tipping fees going up at the landfill. It's not a done deal yet, but that is just a formality at this point. The legislators already said … more
When you're buying something, who do you rely on for product reviews? How do you find exactly what you need at the right price? Do you ask your friends on social media? Do you read the product … more
IS THIS ANYTHING? by Jerry Seinfeld (Simon & Schuster). Don't look this book over in a shop; but do by all means take it home. The first few minutes of browsing—well, once past the welcoming and … more
About a year ago, I wrote about lanternflies and emerald ash borers. Well I got a report this week that Roger Brucher from Fosterdale Equipment, caught a spotted lanternfly in Cochecton last week. … more
Recently, my boyfriend and I were invited to our first social distanced wedding in Ithaca, NY. It was absolutely stunning with great music, a great location, and great company. The wonderful thing … more
I am not sure if there is such a thing as reincarnation. The people I know who do believe in it are quite sure they were once a queen or a princess, a ruler of a vast empire or a famous performer or … more
October brings two annual events to our area. Seemingly overnight the leaves on trees begin to change color while at the same time almost every food item is infused with pumpkin spice seasoning. … more
Medicare Annual Election Period (Formally known as Medicare Open Enrollment) is October 15th-December 7th, 2020 Insurance companies selling Medicare private plans (which include Part D and … more
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