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They pop up on Facebook again and again: Photos of missing elders, runaway teens, lost dogs.   They target the most basic level of emotions: The human need for connection. When we see that … more
I have this to say about testing positive for COVID-19: You can finally stop worrying about catching COVID-19.  For two and a half years I walked around with varying levels of anxiety over … more
I have a bit of a confession to make. My copies of the Democrat turned into a pile on my kitchen counter this past month. What can I say? Fall is a busy season for photographers. But when I finally … more
Plopped in the middle of Callicoon Main Street with a camera in one hand and another camera hanging off my other shoulder, I clicked photo after photo of a child in costume.   That white … more
I'm pretty sure I spent hours of my childhood holding my breath. Each time I spotted a cemetery on the horizon, I'd quickly suck in a deep breath of air, filling my cheeks like a chipmunk loading up … more
When the Sullivan West capital project plan pamphlet arrived in the mail, one thought immediately sprang to mind: This work won't affect my child.   Should the project garner voter approval … more
It's officially been 100 years since the US began marking the week of October 9 as Fire Prevention Week — a tradition that kicked off in 1922 in commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire, which … more
Watching the footage from Lee County, Florida on CNN this week, it was hard to keep tears from pricking at the corners of your eyes.   Minute after minute, hour after hour, video footage of … more
It has occurred to me that I have become a very specific sort of person when I run into teenagers or young adults who I’ve known for a very long time.   You have almost definitely … more
There’s something about a group of volunteers who have worked together time and time again that makes an event even more joyful to watch, and Saturday’s Jeffersonville Duck Race was a … more
When you ask someone from Sullivan County if they live upstate, they’re going to have a pretty clear answer for you.  Yes, of course we’re upstate. We’re north of New York … more
If you've read this column over the years, you might be familiar with the feelings of angst that begin to rise in my stomach around this time of year.   As the nights begin to cool and … more
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