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Last week, I mentioned keeping an eye on the wildfires in California. The reason is that the more California burns the more rain or snow we will get. Okay, how did I come up with that theory. You … more
I have yet to write a recipe involving pizza and this kale and pear flatbread was out-of-this world. I can't believe I am saying this, but it might have been the best pizza I have ever made. I wasn't … more
I was all set with an accommodation on the sixth floor with a front and west side balcony at Our House at the Beach. My plan was to leave on November 11th and return on November 25th. The manager … more
EXPOSURE: POISONED WATER, CORPORATE GREED, and One Lawyer's Twenty-Year Battle against DuPont by Robert Bilott (Atria). Well, yes, yet another exposé of corporate evildoing, so soon after the last … more
So it is cold outside and the garden is gone. The leaves have fallen, so there is not much to say about the trees and shrubs. The grass is done growing, your pruning should be done and almost … more
A co-worker of mine swears by her broccoli chicken roll ups, great for both her and her husband, and her kids. The ingredients are 4 chicken breasts, 1 cup cooked broccoli florets, 8 slices of … more
The Sullivan County Public Library Alliance (SUPLA) partnered with the School Library System at Sullivan BOCES earlier this year to offer the first biannual Sullivan County Youth Book Festival in … more
Older & Wiser Column If there's one true mantra for the Medicare Fall Annual Election Period, it's “review your options!” Medicare Annual Election Period 2019 is upon us. The annual … more
GRAND UNION: STORIES by Zadie Smith (Penguin). In the interest of seeming serious-minded, I resist inserting “the great” before her name, there; she is great, but that would be just show-offy of … more
My girlfriend Makayla has been featured in my articles before for her meatloaf. We work together, and the other day she brought in pulled apricot chicken for lunch over rice and my mouth began to … more
Since my last column two weeks ago I did get to achieving a couple of my goals. I did get to my home in Callicoon Center with my friend Joan Whelan. We got there on Thursday, the 17th and returned on … more
With October almost to an end, now is a good time to look back on the year and make notes as to what worked well in the garden and what didn't. Of course making a mental note will probably be … more
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