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Wearing a wide collar with a nonfunctioning box beneath her substantial chin, a wandering bear is blithely eating my beautiful lettuce. She has eaten at least four bluebird eggs and probably the lady who laid them.
In a new poll, 44 percent of Republicans said mass shootings are “something we have to accept as part of a free society,” and they are “more comfortable” with that reality than with even the least stringent of proposed reforms to gun control. It’s time to figure out just what “comfortable” means.
Americans seem to love lawns almost as much as they love cars, but both attachments are detrimental to the environment. The No-Mow movement has openly confronted the American lawn, challenging municipal regulations requiring that homeowners keep their yards mowed on the basis that a natural landscape is environmentally better.
Tamarack Road is on the list of roads designated for work this year, all 8,125 feet of it, from the end of Dan Fox Drive to Barker Road. But until then, it’s still bumpety-bump on the small but well-traveled road that connects Barker Road to the west to Route 7 to the east.
RICHMOND — Resistance to gift shops in museums means admire and walk on past the sweatshirts, placemats, note cards, prints in all sizes, post…
We are doing little enough to combat global warming. So, it is unconscionable for the U.S. Postal Service to plunge ahead with a purchase that threatens the planet, rather than pursuing a course that might cut vehicle pollution in a major way.
A recent trip to Chicago provided insight on the infamous three-day fire of 1881, a taste of deep dish pizza, and followed a well-worn vacation strategy: It’s intriguingly different to see a place from the water.
Parents who have brought about what critics call the “Don’t Say Gay” law in Florida sound like how their parents probably did back in the 20th century. The issue then was sex education, which many parents declared as their province and that they’d take care of it themselves.
The poet claimed April as the cruelest month. But I think March should be the top seed in that competition. March is a tease – 50 degrees and a crocus one day, snow the next, dripping roofs the next, then ice on the mountain. Even before climate change, March had a behavior problem.