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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Table for Two
Cornering The Market
Writing on the Wall
At the Movies with James Delson
On and off Broadway
Ask the Architect
Ask the Lawyer
Ask the Dentist
Businesses are Back
South Shore Rising
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I know this much is really, really true
Once again, the birthday fairy has smacked — um, tapped — me on the shoulder.
Preparing for holidays: the matzo ball open
I was scaling the shelves of a local supermarket, trying to beat out another shopper who was heading for a box of farfel, when I had an epiphany . . .
Wildlife officials must leap into action
Last week, field experts from the Long Island Department of Wildlife confirmed that a species of giant frog has moved into local waters.
South of the border, visiting a magical place
If you can find even one week and a bit of money to gift yourself a short holiday, may I suggest a small adventure?
It's in the bag: a spring cleaning initiative
Historically, bold and brave people have moved west in this country, but often, innovative ideas have moved east.
Write it, seal it, stamp it and mail it
I sat down this morning and wrote a letter to a friend going through a really rough patch in his life.
Does bad behavior trump genius in art?
Or vice versa? A story is told about the conductor Daniel Barenboim, who decided to conduct a piece from Wagner’s “Tristan and Isolde” in Israel . . .
Fantasize your way through February's fury
So, how about this winter?
I was just 17; you know what I mean
The Beatles’ invasion of America 50 years ago this month was a global event, but in 1964, in the Five Towns, it was very much a local story.
Tighter gun control will save children's lives
If there were killers wandering America, randomly shooting kids in their classrooms, stalking our sons and daughters on their high school and college campuses, surely we would rise up and march on Washington, demanding action.
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