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Friday, April 25, 2014

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Well before the magnolias burst into bloom, months before daylilies splash their colors across our gardens, the first harbingers of spring touch down on Long Island, miracles on the wing known as ruby-throated hummingbirds. more
Small story: I was on a trip to Indonesia, and spent the morning hiking on exotic Komodo Island. When I returned to the ship . . . more
Once again, the birthday fairy has smacked — um, tapped — me on the shoulder. more
I was scaling the shelves of a local supermarket, trying to beat out another shopper who was heading for a box of farfel, when I had an epiphany . . . more
Last week, field experts from the Long Island Department of Wildlife confirmed that a species of giant frog has moved into local waters. more
If you can find even one week and a bit of money to gift yourself a short holiday, may I suggest a small adventure? more
Historically, bold and brave people have moved west in this country, but often, innovative ideas have moved east. more
I sat down this morning and wrote a letter to a friend going through a really rough patch in his life. more
Or vice versa? A story is told about the conductor Daniel Barenboim, who decided to conduct a piece from Wagner’s “Tristan and Isolde” in Israel . . . more
So, how about this winter? more
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