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I’m beginning to think that we are living in a brand-new world. We are constantly having to adjust our ideas of what “normal” is. Remember when you used to steer clear of people … more
It’s that time of year for senior photos, and that tends to mean a few things. First, of course, it means you’ll find me, plus a high school senior, my lighting assistant and maybe a … more
Fred Singer was a scientist, professor and a writer of hundreds of research papers and contributed articles to the press including essays in The Washington Post. Singer died at the age of 95, but … more
This past Saturday we had the sad task of saying goodbye to Gracie, our sweet little pup who has been with us for the past 12 years. During her all-too-short time on this earthly plane, Gracie had … more
Aurora by David Koepp (Harper). The disaster that sets off this thriller doesn’t go away. The whole world is electrically and electronically just dead; think what would go not just dark, but … more
Christoper F. Rufo, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor with City Journal writes about the Walt Disney Company, “a company founded 99 years ago and associated … more
I was already four years back into my archives, combing for photos of tractor parades from the past few years when it hit me. This year’s parade would mark 20 years of covering the Callicoon … more
I hope that many have heard Matthew  McConaughey’s speech on Tuesday at the White House. His powerful words brought the attention of the nation once again to the heinous toll that gun … more
Sometimes I think I have seen it all in this column writing business. I even remember back in the 1980s when I was a well-known journalist how I covered sports and entered schools with no … more
 I love this time of year. Everything is as green as can be, and my flowers are starting to bloom.  There are many types of gardeners, and my sisters Laurie and Mary are what I consider … more
Every lockdown drill.  Every stay in place announcement.  Every emergency phone call.  You text your child, “I love you.”  You wonder, will this be the last … more
Jim Patterson has a podcast and writes with the Kiplinger Letter about high gas prices.   Jim notes that “It is increasingly painful to fill up your gas tank.”   Is there … more
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