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CHOPPED LIVER AND THE HIGH HOLY DAYS

On the High Holy Days when I was a little girl, my most important job was to chop the liver. Now, as you might know, chopped liver occupies a special place in the Jewish heart.

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BEARS: IT’S THEIR WORLD; WE JUST LIVE IN IT

(I was honored to be asked to contribute a piece to our town’s excellent newsletter, Views of Dummerston. So along with the news that our librarian was stepping down, information about help with home weatherization and an informative piece on … Continue reading

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KITTY EMERITUS

KITTY EMERITUS Our cat has apparently retired. She’s only 10, so it’s a very early retirement. Maybe she’s getting social security checks every fourth Wednesday from that Great Whisker in the Skies? I don’t know, but she’s definitely stopped working.

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“Optimists Change the World” — The Life of Madeleine Kunin

In her cultured, polite and graceful way, Madeleine M. Kunin is angry. And when an impressive agent of social change such as Kunin becomes angry, it pays to pay attention.

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