Sunday, January 24, 2021

Fried: Have a safe holiday season

Despite this period of hardship, uncertainty and national division, the holiday season remains a time of great appreciation and celebration for all we have.

Kiovsky: The American Revolution, standing at the crossroads

In June of 1783, the Second Continental Congress moved from Philadelphia to Princeton under the protection of New Jersey officials.

Peter Dabbene: A nice try (sigh) at being the Pie Guy

A stray turn down the baking aisle, along with a sighting of pre-made pie crusts, inspired me to give pie-making a go.

Thomas Kelly: 11 questions with Larry Chestnut

Larry Chestnut is an oil painter who paints what he sees, with a tremendous eye and immediacy.

Kevin Nerwinski: Time to hunker down and fight the good fight

We are in the midst of what the health professionals have been warning us for months. It is time for us to do all we can to reduce the spread of the virus.

Kiovsky: The American Revolution in the arena of war, Part II

It was only a matter of time before the French Fleet would liberate Philadelphia from English occupation.

Pia de Jong: The tree man

“Look, it bends with the wind, it’ll be fine,” he says, as he stares up at spruce about 250 feet high. “But this elm” — he knocks on the wood — “Sick! It must be cut.”

Helen Kull: Greetings from Nagaland

Christianity arrived in Nagaland in the early 19th century, and the Baptists were some of the most active missionaries. They seem to have been very successful! And thus the reason for this month’s seemingly unusual topic

Ilene Black: How I spent my pandemic quarantine

You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who is as afraid of contracting Covid as I am, because I am considered high risk

Wolff: Putting Hopewell Valley on the map

Hopewell Valley has seen meaningful impact through engaging in land stewardship in and beyond our public lands and preserves. That work has, both figuratively and literally, “put Hopewell Valley on the map.”

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