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It’s the dead of winter. Streets and yards are snow-covered, temperatures are frigid, sunshine is rare. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Seasonal Affective Disorder is real; this year it’s heightened for many people. Depression and other mental issues have … Continue reading
May, 1971, Washington, DC. The May Day protests against the Vietnam War took place over a span of several days. Protestors took over the city, blocked bridges, and camped out on the National Mall. Not all protests were peaceful. I … Continue reading
Slowly, but surely, we’re getting there. The COVID-19 pandemic is slowly, ever so slowly, going away. Five regions in New York State are entering Phase II of their reopening as of today. Phase II includes most office workers and some … Continue reading