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It's the sort of thing you're not supposed to admit to when you're a photographer, but here goes. I hate being photographed. But I do it anyway…because I don't want to be selfish. Hate and … more
To the editor: The Senate filibuster, if it's understood at all by most Americans, is likely associated with the fight by Southern segregationists to defeat civil rights legislation in the 1960s. … more
“Cast your bread upon the waters for thou shall find it after many days,” Ecclesiastes Chapter 11 Verse1 is a marvelous piece of advice from Solomon who was known for his wisdom. Today, … more
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has criticized the concept of mail ballots, arguing it raises the prospect of cheating. As election administrators have long agreed, the risk of fraud … more
Ben Franklin was one of our most well-known founding fathers. Known throughout the colonies and eventually in Europe he was a scientist, writer, statesman, inventor and politician. Although not a … more
Me and this recipe have a history. Way back when, La Shed Du Fred was on the corner of lower main street in Callicoon, my father purchased the cookbook At Home With Magnolia. It's signed by the … more
During these long days of Covid one of the things that I have enjoyed most is walking my dogs. I often get to see my neighbors and have a brief chat. But often I see no one, and I find these long … more
To the editor: Time to start working on this year's election, yes already! Looking over some of the past elections, it doesn't seem right to me that you can have one candidate run on all three … more
To the editor: Any loving owner of a four-footed family member could relate to June Donahue's column of February 26. It's always heartbreaking when we have to say goodbye because of a medical … more
March 5 - In a country hamlet like Smallwood, which lacks a Main Street where commerce and governance come together, there are few places where residents can bump into each other, talk about their … more
To the editor: It's ironic that Mr. Townsend bemoans the “brutal social media attack” on Rush Limbaugh the day he died. Death doesn't make anyone better than they were in life, and Rush … more
Out here in the Northern Reaches of the Catskill Mountains, myths abound, but none has greater purchase than the one I call the sand/salt myth. Ask most road department heads why they use a … more
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