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By Rabbi Paul Sidlofsky Though Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the High Holy Days, are late in our secular  calendar, they will soon once again...

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By Robert Laravie One always wonders if it a good idea to open an email from a name you do not recognize. In early April...

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By John Broven It was like a “JFK” or “9/11” remember-where-you-were moment when the news broke Thursday, just after 1:30 p.m. EST: “Queen Elizabeth II...

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By Barbara Anne Kirshner SWEET 16! A milestone in the life of a teenager-a threshold into exciting adventures on the horizon whether it be college,...

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When my husband told me about a women’s self-defense class on Aug. 22 at the jiu jitsu center where he and his daughter train,...

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By Warren Strugatch My late wife Cindy and I made the jazz scene at Harmony Vineyards in the mid-2010s. The venue was marvelous, the music...

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By Warren Strugatch The gorilla suit is gone, but three small tents and a whole bunch of unique carnival games remain, including a giant polar...

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By Warren Strugatch This past Easter Sunday was my first without my wife Cindy. On the little dining room table that she brought home from...

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By Barbara Anne Kirshner I usually share my theatre reviews with you, but this time I want to tell you about something a little different. My...

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By Erica Cirino One recent morning, I drove my trash and recycling to my local waste transfer station in Connecticut. I had a single...