Publisher’s Letter March

Publisher’s Letter March An article in this month’s issue, “We’re Vaccinated. We’re Invincible. We’re Still Scared,” written by my cousin Debbie Nathan, describes perfectly how I and many others are feeling these days. Like Debbie and Mort, I’ve received both doses of the vaccine, and my side

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Publisher’s Letter January 2021

Publisher’s Letter January 2021   Sitting at my computer, gazing out at snow-covered trees, I can’t help but feel gratitude — for the warmth of home, being able to immerse myself in interesting work, having access to nutritious food, supportive friends and family, and more. This pandemic

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Publisher’s Letter

Publisher’s Letter This summer is like none other, filled with paradoxes, weariness, and confusion as we wonder when this nightmare will end. I am thankful to our state and local leadership for the clear direction that has helped us emerge from quarantine but watch in horror at

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Publisher’s Letter July 2020

It is an understatement to say that life stopped being normal in mid-March. The effects of the pandemic have been overwhelming to parents homeschooling their children, the unemployed or furloughed, teens isolated from their peers, our vulnerable elderly, essential workers, and medical providers. In the midst of

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