Monday, March 18, 2019

Shopping for the dream dress

Our youngest son is getting married in October. We couldn’t be more excited!Less exciting is the fact that I, as mother of the groom, need a gown for the wedding.

What you see is what you get

By all accounts, the President is a man more concerned with results than process, and he is someone who gave no indication that he cared, even on a superficial level, about the environment.

When journalism requires courage

Is being a journalist really courageous? It was in 2018 America, according to a new report by an organization called Reporters Without Borders.

Phones: omnipresent and obnoxious

I hate phones. These days I don’t even answer the phone because despite installing junk call stoppers, the junk still gets through.

Strange times, and even stranger Oreos

As far as I’m concerned, when it comes to Wasabi and Chicken Wing Oreos, flavor is a foreign concept.

Fried: How our government works

With our annual reorganization meeting set for Jan. 3, it is a good time for a refresher as to how our municipal government works.

From the Robbinsville schools: still plenty of time

I don’t know about you but, for me, the shorter daylight hours we experience during this time of year often leave me feeling a bit lethargic.

The teapot that created an empire

One day he appeared, standing pontifically on our stovetop. The gleaming Alessi Whistling Kettle that belonged to my roommate.

In the world of social media, you are what you like

Hamilton Post senior community editor Rob Anthes was informed recently that he was not using social media correctly and, in fact, was using it in a manner that was quite rude.

The joy of a holiday routine

Pretty much as soon as summer ends, I have Christmas tunnel vision. My September to December routine has been perfected over the years.

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