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2020-07-03 22:29
Among many things we will remember after the coronavirus pandemic, the world was quieter than normal. When I compared a busy avenue-street intersection in Manhattan before and during the loc… Read More
About Giant Eggs & Double Yolks
2020-06-27 22:29
This week’s gift from a neighbor’s chicken coop included one extra-large egg. After hard-boiling and cracking open we found a double yolk, which some say is a good omen on our we… Read More
2020-06-15 21:39
Isabella Tree and her husband Charlie Burrell loved to travel from West Sussex to the fauna of wilder places in the world. No longer. They have re-envisioned their ‘backyard’ as… Read More
Death Of A Lawn Mower
2020-06-02 15:18
The novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald knew that Americans find public expression of their successful lives in a neatly groomed lawn. Jay Gatsby was so horrified at Nick Carroway’s ragged la… Read More
Appalachian Poet – Bertie Jane Cutlip
2020-05-22 22:17
Outside a country store in the Allegheny Mountains, she stood behind a table covered in mason jars of home-made apple jelly and pickles. It was one of those glorious fall days in Sharp&rsquo&hell…Read More
2020-05-15 23:29
The American composer of “There’ll be Bluebirds over the White Cliffs of Dover” either had the excuse of poetic license or didn’t know that bluebirds are absent from… Read More
Latent Impact Of COVID-19 In Pregnancy?
2020-04-17 21:46
There was a time when the womb was regarded as a pristine environment for a ‘fetonaut’ to travel safely for 9 months until birth, protected by a shield-like placenta. No longer… Read More
A Day In Dharavi
2020-04-07 21:00
That day slept in deep memory until Dharavi appeared in news reports about the threat of COVID-19. It wasn’t a Westerner’s curiosity about the plight of poor people that brought… Read More
Why So Many Hollow Trees?
2020-04-03 21:22
According to legend, Robin Hood and his Merry Men hid from their pursuers in a hollow tree in Sherwood Forest during the harsh reign of King John (1199-1219). The tree still stands, albeit c… Read More

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