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Anthony J. Enea

The Covid-19 Pandemic caused an unprecedented disruption to life in America and in hundreds of countries worldwide. As with every crisis there are those who learn from the crisis and modify their behavior as a result thereof, and there are those who ignore the lessons to be learned from the crisis and go about life lacking any insight into the behavioral and planning modifications needed to deal with the crisis at hand as well as any future crisis. Benjamin Franklin may have put in best when he said… “By failing to prepare, you ...

Bruce the Blog

You know that getting older is getting old when you click a Spotify playlist labeled Pop Classics, innocently (as in naively) expecting to find Simon and Garfunkel or The Police, and instead wonder if you’ve been slipped a hallucinogen when, instead, you see indecipherable names like M.I.A., Daft Punk, and Fun.  I’m all in on that last one, by the way. Still, I had to confusedly wonder, who stole my decades? Aren’t what I call forever “classics” the only classics that truly matter? No, of course ...

Here and Now

I watched the Super Bowl last week over at Lefty’s house, along with a 100 million or so others here in the states and, probably, tens of millions more worldwide. I made a point of getting to Lefty’s precisely at kickoff, wanting desperately to miss the four hours of repetitious and wearisome foreplay on Fox that preceded the game. The Super Bowl is one helleva marketable event, and Fox milked it to the extreme. There were six of us at Lefty’s, lounging in front of his 65-incher and munching on one delicious appetizer ...

Out Of My Head

First, I need to give a wink and a nod to Thomas Boswell, the late, great sportswriter from The Washington Post. I stole the title of the column from one of his books—one of the finest books on baseball ever written (along with another he wrote, “How Life Imitates the World Series”). As I sit here on a Sunday afternoon in February writing this column, I have baseball on the TV. It’s a spring training game—Mets vs. Cardinals. Baseball is in my DNA. It’s been the love of my life since I was 5 years old.

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Virtual Symposium: Race Amity of Northern Westchester & Putnam 2020 Race Amity Symposium
June 13 & 14 (See schedule for times)

Race Amity of Northern Westchester & Putnam is happy to invite you to join us for the 2020 Race Amity Symposium on June 13th and 14th. For the past two years, RANWP celebrated Race Amity Day here at the Somers Library.  This year, we will join ...