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Halloween is a mash-up between Celtic and Catholic celebrations of the dead that overtime evolved into trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, donning costumes and eating treats. Part I: Along … more
Last week we listed what can be written in a prenuptial agreement. However, two areas need to be discussed more thoroughly. 1. Separate Property and Separate Income Simply identifying each … more
Oh William! by Elizabeth Strout (Random House). Her third Lucy Barton novel (depending on how you count; she’s central, again, in this one, and narration is first-person again). An early … more
I hate it when I have to make a decision. I handle things that happen to me that are not pleasant pretty well but not if it’s the result of a wrong decision I’ve made or that I think … more
It is that time of the year. Professional baseball is winding down. The leaves are turning colors and soon will be covering lawns. In a few weeks we all fall back, reversing the spring forward we did … more
Started by librarians in Suffolk and Nassau counties in 2017, the Great Give Back is a community service initiative providing a way for library patrons to participate in meaningful, service-oriented … more
Inside my grandmother’s cupboard among sacks of flour, cans of condensed milk and oyster crackers lived a small cardboard box with an organically inspired, red-lettered label that read, … more
What Can and Can’t Be In A Prenuptial Agreement   The range of what can be in a prenuptial agreement is flexible and can accommodate most of the individual … more
Have you ever wondered how billionaires spend their money? Many of them are philanthropic and contribute to charities. A few others also like to develop projects that interest them. Jeff Bezos and … more
The Book of Magic by Alice Hoffman (Simon and Schuster). A lovely novel, intricately worked out and carefully cast, about, yes, people who can make magic; so a fantasy (of sorts—it certainly … more
I’m not sure about you, but packing food for lunches at work is so hard. I try to pack things that do not weigh me down throughout the day. My go-to is a wrap, packed with turkey, cheese, … more
It never fails in the fall when the leaves start falling, that I will have customers come in worried that their evergreens are starting to die, because the needles are starting to yellow and fall. … more
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