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The Wonder Test by Michelle Richmond (Atlantic Monthly Press). First-rate espionage novel—but then some; then quite a lot, in fact. The intrepid FBI operative, a displaced New Yorker in … more
I hear this question quite regularly this time of year, “How should I utilize all my fresh produce?” A thing you can never go wrong with is canning, whether it be blueberry jam from fresh … more
White hot lightning illuminates the night sky just as I prepare for bed. Bolts flash silently but bright and frequent. Hopefully, this threat will pass. Under a sleep mask, I close my eyes and begin … more
I’m so proud of my mom. My relatives recently had a bbq and she wanted to bring a special dish, so she decided on the brussel sprout salad I had already posted in my column last year. Great … more
The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program provides an opportunity for eligible seniors to support local farmers and improve their health by increasing their consumption of locally grown … more
For as long as food stores have existed, shoppers selected a line to join to purchase their items. In Medieval times, hungry patrons of the local “Mead ‘n’ Gruel” shoppe … more
Part 11 of 11 TERMS USED FOR WILLS & TRUSTS To end our series of wills and trusts, I thought a glossary of terms might be in order. Beneficiary: Someone named in a legal document to … more
Together We Will Go by J. Michael Straczynski (Scout Press). Another smart, nervy novel by a person who also writes for television and film and comics…would be one way to introduce this … more
Here comes the beatles. No, not those Beatles. Japanese Beetles, and they want to eat your roses, trees and perennials. Come Fourth of July weekend every year like clockwork the brown shiny … more
In the last month or so I’ve spoken with a few people that I thought knew their way around a library but was surprised to discover that they may not have known as much as I thought. While … more
  There are lessons we can learn from the disabled if we just pay attention. My son, Jimmy who was brain injured at or shortly after birth (probably from too much anesthesia during a stomach … more
Well the inspiration for this week’s column comes from a conversation I had with a couple of friends I hadn’t seen in quite a while, Carol and Roger Brucher. Carol had asked me if I had … more
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