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When you’ve covered graduations for the Democrat for two decades, the small things start to stick out – incremental changes in a sea of same. Because of course some things remain … more
There were technical issues, an amplifier that didn’t amplify, a music director forced to yell across a football field without a microphone, wind that picked up and sent students’ music … more
In 2019, the average median household income in Callicoon was $56,000 a year. Median, for those who haven’t taken a math class in awhile (raising my hand over here!) is the exact middle. … more
I'm in a love/hate relationship, and it's high time I talked about it. I love a good walk on a country road in the spring and the summer, breathing in the fresh air and scent of the grass just … more
I've developed a strange habit in recent years, one that I can't help but blame on social media. As I drive through the county, I try to pay more attention to my surroundings than I did in my … more
If you could touch a mood, I'd wager the one in the Sullivan West cafeteria would have been warm and a bit squishy, akin to a hug from your favorite relative. Remember those? Parents were … more
As a reporter, I suppose choosing a favorite section of the newspaper is a bit like a parent choosing a favorite child. And yet Down the Decades has always held a special place in my heart. That … more
It's 8:15 on a Friday night, and I know exactly where my teenager is: perched in a chair in the living room, watching a movie with their parents, a spoon stuck in the pint of Ben & Jerry's Coffee … more
You won't see it anywhere in the Constitution, but it's accepted across the American judicial system that if you're arrested and shuffled into a courtroom, you have the right to be judged by a jury … more
There's no such thing as a “good” racist post on social media. Racism is racism, and racism is both repugnant and repulsive. Still, there's something especially stomach churning when the … more
If you've ever had to dig through the instruction manuals for an appliance when something was going wrong, you might have run across a flow chart. They're the diagrams that tend to be stocked … more
I once tried to explain the nightly concert that hearkens spring in the northeast to someone who had never lived in our part of the world. It didn't quite have the effect I intended. They … more
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