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Amanda Ripley has written a book that our entire world needs to read in these fraught times. High Conflict: Why We Get Trapped and How We Get Out is Ms. Ripley’s example-rich examination of the … more
Haven Levi Julian reporting for the Jewish Press and the staff from the Brooklyn Eagle have reported that State Senator Brian Kavanagh and Assemblywoman Emily Gallagher are mulling a bill requiring … more
Paging through the Democrat’s recent Pride publication for the Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce, I spotted something unexpected. Did I see that the Chamber had named a 45-year-old a … more
My grandmother, whose column appears in the lower left-hand corner of this page, was a big fan of the kaffeeklatsch or coffee klatch. Although she never actually defined the term for me, I knew it … more
Siena College Research Institute’s Director Dr. Don Levy in a prepared study and news release answered “yes” to the question “are we divided and “absolutely” to … more
Like most parents in Sullivan County, when the flash flood warning alarm blared from my cellphone, my first thought was “my daughter.” It was the middle of the day and my kid was where … more
Remember the good old days, when you had to wait a week to see what happened on your favorite TV shows? With the advent of Netflix and other streaming channels, those days seemed to be over. They … more
I’m not sure when it began, exactly, but I’ve arrived at that stage of life when you begin to refer to people as “so and so’s grandkid.” If you haven’t reached … more
When I was 16, my father and mother taught me how to drive on a car with automatic transmission. Soon after I got my license, however, my parents purchased a gorgeous red Ford Mustang convertible … more
Was talking the past few days with UPS and FedEx drivers delivering packages to me and asked what they are hearing about any possible delays in getting Christmas gifts and both company drivers … more
It started simply enough. A hair clipper plugged into the bathroom outlet to be used, a quick haircut, and then the clipper was forgotten. As a family we each left for the day to do whatever it was … more
When I was in junior high (grades 7 and 8), all the girls took Home Economics. All the boys took Shop. Now Home Ec has been renamed Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) and Shop is called the … more
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