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When the temperature drops, older adults run a higher risk of health problems and injuries related to the weather, including hypothermia, frostbite, and falls in ice and snow. Like most things in … more
ANYTHING FOR YOU by Saul Black (St. Martin's). Just the second novel, after four years (2015's THE KILLING LESSON), in what it's reasonable to expect will be one of the strongest thriller series … more
Name a vegetable that kids will eat more often as a snack than at the dinner table... The answer, the potato which when turned into chips or fries are readily devoured by kids of all ages. And even … more
ALL THIS COULD BE YOURS by Jami Attenberg (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). Serious novelist of family life, Attenberg, that the column was inexcusably late in discovering (her most recent novel, two … more
A good friend and coworker of mine, Colleen, is a fantastic cook and yearly host of Thanksgiving. She mentioned a recipe I had to try this year- her Thanksgiving squash soup. Squash is so … more
Sullivan County residents currently not able to visit their public library due to illness, immobility, disability or transportation issues can apply to receive free Library-by-Mail Services starting … more
OLIVE, AGAIN by Elizabeth Strout (Random House). Again really is the word, here. This new book is every bit the equal of her OLIVE KITTERIDGE, of 2008, a great American novel and an immortal … more
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
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