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Sunday, August 2, 2015
Randi Kreiss
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On one level, it’s a matter of clearing some closet space. On another, it’s a signal to let go and move on. more
I will venture to guess that I’m the first person to ascribe totemic significance to what seems to be an ordinary Croc sandal. more
First I dreamed it; then I did it. Now I’m packed and ready. more
Life gets so hard when you’re very old that dealing with the Department of Veterans Affairs bureaucracy does indeed feel like adding insult to an already injurious process. more
Even though Justice Antonin Scalia got all “jiggery pokery” on us and referred to the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act as “apple sauce,” sanity prevailed in the nation’s highest court last week. more
Here we are, the original band of four, minus the spinoffs, minus the offshoots, the four of us who lived together from 1947 to 1972. The Bromberg family . . . more
When I was the editor of the Nassau Herald in the late ’80s and ’90s, the running joke when anything happened anywhere in the world was, “What’s the local connection?” … more
Chimpanzee stories invite cheap shots, jokes and memories of J. Fredd Muggs (a regular on “The Today Show”), but the true story of these primates in modern times . . . more
The Lawrence School District has mandated uniforms for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, an idea that . . . more
It makes psychological sense that in a culture where we are gradually losing control of decision-making and privacy, people would glom onto any power play that offers the illusion of autonomy. more
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