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When you think of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair what comes to mind? The half a million sitting on a field in Bethel? The torrential downpour? The Music? Chances are all three. Bet you can … more
What is the difference between a Variable Annuity and a Mutual Fund?A variable annuity offers a range of investment options. The value of your investment as a variable annuity owner will vary … more
I have fond memories from back in the 1980’s playing an arcade game named centipede, where you had to try and shoot to destroy the centipede before he could get to the bottom of the screen and … more
Here is a brief disclaimer. The title of this column does not contain a typo. This column has nothing to do with the movie of a similar name where Tom Ewell watched Marilyn Monroe cool off over a … more
I recently read that Jesus delivered his tax payments in the mouth of a catfish. Though I’d love to do the same, I haven’t the energy. I’ll stick with the paper-filled accounting … more
How Do Variable Annuities Work?A variable annuity has two phases 1) An Accumulation Phase and 2) A Payout Phase. Last week our discussion covered the Accumulation Phase. This week: the Payout Phase. … more
The Shame Machine: Who Profits in the New Age of Humiliation by Cathy O’Neil with Stephen Baker (Crown). An ingenious, at once enraging and entertaining, pop-sociological screed against, not … more
My fiancé is a man of few words, and instantly when tasting this macaroni and cheese last night he said “that is a winner, Claire”, which knows this is a recipe I need to hold … more
I have to share a couple of cute stories from the past few days before I get into plants this week. The first one has to do with the last snowstorm we had two weeks ago. I just happened to be at … more
With winter behind us it is time to put away the snow shovel, ice scrapers and bags of ice melt pellets. After months of snow, we welcome the green grass and the first buds waiting to become leaves … more
The other columnists I enjoy are Jeanne Sager’s Inside Out. She lives right down the street from me in Callicoon Center, appreciates country life, is an animal lover and shares some of the same … more
I took the job because it paid cash and required only four hours a night. A long shimmering gown was the mandatory attire. Since I didn’t own one, I simply sewed a ruffled blouse to an equally … more
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