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There’s nothing that quite compares to the feeling of school getting out for the summer. And having it be one’s high school graduation year only intensifies the effect.
After a monthlong visit to the West Coast and Canada, a drive up the New York State Thruway cast the Hudson Valley — in full, spring bloom — in a fresh, new light.
A road trip through California's fertile Selinas Valley featured imagery straight from John Steinbeck's novels — and the most bounteous farm stand ever seen.
Maybe it’s my time of life or the state of geopolitics, but I find myself taking refuge in stories that avoid bad news. As far as I’m concerne…
Emerging as a pandemic-erea voyeurism: Critiquing the homes, apartments and hotel rooms that serve as backdrops when reporters and experts join our favorite cable news shows.
In a quest to preserve precious family heirlooms from rodent damage, some streamlined plastic “Press ‘N Set” traps from the local hardware store have proved quite effective at eliminating the problem.
I started collecting coins because there were surprises to be found in everyday change. Even today you can’t be sure that your change won’t cough up something special.
A visit by a historian — with a metal detector — yields not only a variety of artifacts from the 18th and 19th centuries, but also a richer sense of community life.