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Monthly Archives: June 2006

Adirondack Chronicles, Part II

- I saw my first eagle of this Adirondack season yesterday — but, no, not at some remote, romantic backcountry lake. She was circling looking for a parking place near the Price Chopper in busy Lake Placid (the Adirondacks’ answer to…
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Adirondack Chronicles, Part I

- My annual trip to the Adirondacks is a bit like an allegorical journey through the netherworld to Paradise. First, the wear and tear of everyday life: I-95 to Philadelphia. Then, the slow crawl through Purgatory, otherwise known as the “Northeast…
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When I'm Sixty-Four

- Paul McCartney has done it, he’s hitting the big 6-4. Bully for Paul. I’m still ten years younger. And likely to remain so! Amid all of the predictable commentaries on the man who made “When I’m Sixty-Four” a memorable…
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That Pink Purse

- I’ve been thinking all day about what I could say about the decision of the New York Times to illustrate a story (“The Ascent of a Woman“) about women presidents (of nations, not fashion magazines) with a gigantic…
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- Shameless. What else can be said about the stunningly crass, self-serving statements that pundit Ann Coulter made about the widows of 9/11 victims in her latest book “Godless: the Church of Liberalism.” This is not about the politics of the…
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Friendship and Remembrance

- Gales of laughter and happy shrieks of recognition filled the Marble Corridor for the last few days as Trinity alumnae from the classes ending in 1 and 6 gathered from their many far-flung lives to renew friendships, catch up on…
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