Friday, August 7, 2020

Kiovsky: The American Revolution and the rhythm of war

As 1775 unfolded, England refused to capitulate to the demands of the colonies and ordered British and Hessian forces to quell rebellious hostilities in New England.

Thomas Kelly: Seven questions with Jessica Petty

Artist Jessica Petty is a trained illustrator with leanings toward figurative work. She works at the Johnson Atelier in Hamilton.

Peter Dabbene: Low art and higher education at Sitcom School

Back in April, with my kids attending classes online through the Hamilton School District, I began administering my own supplemental home learning program.

Pia de Jong: Measure for measure

While my socially distant friends in the Netherlands are getting used to the one-and-a-half-meter society, America has opted for the six-foot society.

Letter: Hamilton student weighs in on remote learning

Remote learning seemed like a fun break from school when I initially learned about it, but soon after I realized it wasn’t as fun as it was made out to be.

Letter: Reflecting on 16 years in Lawrence

After 16 years in the Lawrence Shopping Center, Empower Fitness Gym for Women permanently closed June 30.

Peter Dabbene: One view on racism past, present and future

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, I debated whether to address it specifically in this space. So much had been said by so many people.

Thomas Kelly: Nine questions with Margaret Simpson

Margaret Simpson is a Hamilton-based watercolor painter who paints in layers to achieve the depth of color and to define the spaces of her compositions.

Letter: COVID-19 misinformation needs to be addressed

“The sky is blue.” That’s a pretty obvious statement, right? Nobody has ever doubted the color of the sky. But every day, people continue to doubt statements that seem just as obvious.

Letter: Officials should gather information before making drastic changes

In the July issue of the WWP News, the chair of the West Windsor Democratic Committee submitted a letter expressing the group's concern regarding police brutality and racism, while at the same time praising our community for its diversity and tolerance.

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