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ON CORRUPTION IN AMERICA: AND WHAT IS AT STAKE by Sarah Chayes (Knopf). Journalist, is what she and her publisher call Chayes. The job description, scholar and philosopher of expensively attired, … more
I have spoken about it many times, I am a pickle fiend. Anything with vinegar in it, my mouth starts to water... I am like a rabid dog when it comes to anything pickled. If you can find baby kirby's … more
Like many of you, at least once a day I ask somebody “what day is it today?” It is a shame that they still do not make underwear imprinted with the days of the week. Every day seems to blend into … more
My neighbor in Callicoon Center does a lot of favors for me so I decided to send her a box of chocolates. I had my son, Michael, mail it for me since he has insulated wrap at his office in Nyack. … more
SUMMER by Ali Smith (Pantheon). There's little more for me to tell you about this most exhilarating of masterpieces. There's this: Even though I've said that it didn't matter much in what order you … more
I've been putting my feelers out for a great zucchini recipe for all of my readers, since gardens are overflowing this time of year with both zucchini and squash. My boyfriend's aunt sent me a … more
Sullivan County's farmers grow a large variety of fruits and vegetables. Most are very familiar to the consumer. However, with every growing season new varieties pop up complicating selections in the … more
Have you seen the chart listing how risky certain activities may be for contracting the Coronavirus? Visiting your local library is listed as “low-to-moderate risk”. Well, your favorite local … more
Summertime, it is hazy, hot and humid, and as a result no one wants to do much gardening. I can't say that I blame them, it is not much fun having to work in this heat. But if you are lucky enough to … more
BREAK ‘EM UP by Zephyr Teachout (St. Martin's/All Points). I once actually voted for Zephyr Teachout because I liked her name when I saw it on the ballot. It was in a primary election where I … more
When my son, Michael came to pick me up to take me for a bone scan and a chest x-ray, I had the two prescriptions on the kitchen table along with my cell phone, ready to go. Mike was also to take … more
Like so many of you during this pandemic I have been watching a lot of television. It seems that half the commercials are from pharmaceutical companies pitching the viewer ointments, pills and … more
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