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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
I cannot express how much my boyfriend and I are enjoying our backyard (back porch) herb garden. These fresh herbs not only save me a trip to the grocery store, but brighten up any dish I cook … more
TROUBLE THE SAINTS by Alaya Dawn Johnson (Tor). Opening this week with yet another young literary writer, one of particularly brave imagination and daring style. This is alternate-history fiction … more
It was back in January that I first wrote about coronavirus. A lot has changed in seven months, the world has changed in seven months. Closed borders, stay at home orders, essential or non-essential … more
When I'm cooking in the summer, I try to use as many seasonal ingredients as possible. With corn and zucchini being in season, I figured why not make a beautiful corn and zucchini pasta with spicy … more
I know this is weird, but have you ever fantasized about a salad? I have many times, and it came from Narrowsburg NY, at The Heron restaurant. If you are a local, you know about The Heron restaurant, … more
During the summer months, public libraries across the country offer activities and programs to encourage children to read. This year is no different. Even with the pandemic, the library staff quickly … more
My column is due on Wednesdays and this week I had it all together and was ready to send it on Monday but that was only because I thought it was Tuesday. Boy! Two days early! I pictured my editor Joe … more
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