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Ho Ho Ho… it's that time of the year again as we share the thrill of shopping for once-a-year deals and the whole experience of shopping online for those great online bargains. We Americans love … more
The ease of Thursday morning was unsettling. Wide awake at 5 a.m., I migrated from my bed to the couch, only looking at the laundry baskets lined up across the floor after settling in with my laptop … more
One day recently I was doing some family research on https://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/ when an item from the August 20, 1925, edition of Sullivan County Record caught my eye. “Our … more
It's getting harder to be personable these days, at least in the way we used to be. Please don't take it personally. I used to get away with a friendly smile when I wasn't quite sure if the … more
Thanksgiving Day 2020 will probably not be that traditional holiday we always enjoyed celebrating. As our nation (according to what our news media tells us) is setting record daily totals of new … more
So now it seems that Donald Trump's endgame is to overturn the chessboard and destroy as much of our democracy as he can on his inevitable way out of the White House. He continues to … more
VOTE…it's the right thing to do…America's voting systems are all technologified now and there are no more punch cards and hanging chads so we all jump with joy at the optical scanners after we … more
The other day my kid asked me if I associate certain smells with people. I said, yes, of course. The smell I always associated with my grandfather was the scent of his mower shop — a mix of … more
• I love the United States because we have fair and free elections. All our citizens, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or sex, may register and vote in our elections. And when those votes … more
There are many questions unanswered as to how New York State is regulating the updated travel advisory (quarantine) to the list of 39 states and two territories. Connecticut, New Jersey, … more
Twenty-one years. The closer I get to the 40, the less that feels like a big number. And so I'll say that it was just 21 years ago that I sat down to write what my high school called “senior … more
As a profligate book buyer, I have piles of tomes all through my home, each in various states of consumption. Three of my most recent purchases are memoirs. “Eat A Peach” by Momofuku chef David … more
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