I’ve recently concluded that I am not cool anymore. Not hip, not “with it,” not rad (my use of those words should be your first clue).
The monks only make and sell enough to support themselves, refusing to increase production to satisfy demand. As their beer’s reputation has spread, it’s become harder and harder to get it.
As citizens of this great country, we understand that we have a responsibility to thoughtfully and actively participate in our democracy as we work to uphold the values and principles it purports to represent. This is our civic duty.
In Robbinsville, we have never been afraid of big, scary goals.
The population of North America’s smallest falcon, the American kestrel, is declining in the Northeast, with the bird added to New Jersey’s list of threatened species in 2012.
Fortunately for us, in our continuing visit to the Ewingville of days long gone, there are some helpful descriptions and resources.
Ever since PennEast proposed their plan for this unneeded pipeline, all local Republicans and Democrats, both as candidates and on the every Hopewell Township Committee, have unanimously, consistently and strongly opposed the PennEast Pipeline.
In America you spend a lot of time crafting recommendation letters. Teachers write for all their students, but parents, friends, alumni, and colleagues are also summoned to duty. It is part of the culture.
March is Women’s History Month, so I find it fitting that I just finished reading Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World, a graphic novel-style biographical book about 29 different women throughout history who influenced the author and illustrator, Penelope Bagieu.
Recently I found a turntable in my attic. It was new in 1984, but hadn’t been used since 1988, when my amplifier began producing a penetrating buzz like that accompanying those radio disaster warnings: “This is a test of the emergency broadcast system!”