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Local Hospitality Equals Global Goodness
Last year, I was in Switzerland interviewing refugees from war-torn Syria and Somalia and from Eritrea seeking new lives in Europe.
11:05 am, February 23, 2017
Rainy Days Grow Fond Memories
Marcia Bickford Torrey
I love rainy days — why, you may ask.
10:58 am, February 23, 2017
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Looking Afar But Finding Hope Nearby
The day after Trump was sworn in I started asking folks where the best place to move would be. My friend Kathy said Portugal; no standing army,...
9:56 am, February 20, 2017
Snow Bunnies and Snowdrops Make for Strange Bedfellows
I missed the best of last week’s snow. Snow bunny that I am — though not the hopping or the skiing kind — that is unusual for me.
5:46 pm, February 16, 2017
Living in the Moment, One Paw Print at a Time
I had been living with a geriatric little Yorkie named Harry until he died over the holidays. He was 14, pretty close to my age in dog years.
11:22 am, February 13, 2017
The Ballad of Horse Rossin
I picture Horse Rossin as a large avuncular man.
10:49 am, February 9, 2017
There is a phrase Hart Crane, the difficult but magnificent American poet, uses to interpret the relationship between the ocean and the sky, in a...
3:07 pm, February 6, 2017
Taking Stock at 70, Grateful for Vineyard's Fountain of Youth
Some say it’s trudging over the hill. Others consider it the prime of life.
2:19 pm, January 26, 2017
Beachcombing at Low Tide, In Search of Trash
Last Friday morning, Jan. 20, I decided to make a sweep of Beach Road and the Lagoon Pond Bridge in search of nip bottles. I planned my walk to...
2:05 pm, January 26, 2017
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