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I go to the Farmers Market in Callicoon, NY every Sunday where I visit the Bridge Street Bakehouse table. Bridge Street Bakehouse is a small-batch bakery named for their brick and mortar local at 175 … more
With the nice weather this week everyone coming in are asking when can we plant. Well, it is still real early and things like flowers with the exception of pansies are out of the question. But there … more
As the days marched on towards April, I embarked on my yearly chore of doing some spring cleaning. As part of my ritual, I went through piles of paperwork on my desk. As a writer I accumulate papers … more
Rose and her parents, Roy and Elizabeth, had relocated to Saugus, Massachusetts, to be near their older daughter, Lea, and their grandchildren, Oliver and Asher. Rose was born disabled and used a … more
Western sullivan public library Director  National Library Week, first sponsored in 1958, is a national observance in April offering a time to celebrate the contributions of our … more
My husband, Andre, and I followed Dr. X through a combination of icy rain and snow to an Indian restaurant in Astoria, Queens. It was a long couple of blocks and during the trek I tried hard not to … more
Despite the occasional reminders that winter wants to stay around for a while, it is spring. Some trees are beginning to show signs of burgeoning leaves. Optimists like myself are putting away down … more
The other night my grandson Evan reached out so his Pop Pop could stand and hold him tight. No better feeling than to stand and hold him. And hold him. And hold him a little bit more. Until Pop Pop … more
I always thought Winter was my favorite season until I get a glimpse of this warmer weather and remember how much I love the Spring and Summer. I wanted to make a dish that reminded me of … more
Don’t be quick to blame deer, rabbits or the crazy winter for why your favorite shrub or tree didn’t make it through the winter. Sometimes the problem is much smaller, it could be the … more
Because it’s typically non-invasive and health building, I’ve always preferred an alternative approach to medicine. That’s why I recently sought a Chinese herbalist whom I’ll … more
  Well now it is officially spring and the weather this week was much nicer than what we have experienced in the early part of March. Watching television this past weekend I saw loads of … more
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