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My Child Would Never…or Would S/he?

On November 30, 2021, at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan, a little after one-o’clock in the afternoon, Ethan Crumbley, fifteen-years-old, exited in the boys bathroom with a semi-automatic in hand and started shooting. Four students were killed in the attack, seven injured, and hundreds left with deep psychological shock and trauma that will...

The Astrology of Love- Zoom Talk

How do you recover from a Valentine’s Day on a MONDAY? Well, on Tuesday, February 15th, make a nice homemade meal, pour a glass of wine and tune into Zoom for talk on The Astrology of Love. The Poughkeepsie City Library will be hosting me at 6 p.m. as I give a humorous and,...

Astrology 101- What’s your sign?

Interested in learning about astrology? I will be giving a Zoom talk sponsored by the Field Library in Peekskill, New York on Monday, August 30th from 7-8.  Every participant can receive their own birth chart free. Contact the field library directly for information.  It should be a fun night.  The Field Library 4 Nelson...

Astrology 101

I’m doing an astrology talk via Zoom “at” the Newburgh Library. It should be fun. I am geared toward the novice but bring your questions. You don’t need to “believe” in astrology to have some fun. When: June 14, 2021 Where: via Zoom sponsored by the Newburgh Library What time: 6:30 p.m. For more...

Astrology at the Newburgh Library

I’ll be giving a talk via Zoom at the Newburgh Library on June 14th at 6:30 p.m. Contact the library directly for more information or send me an email.    Home  ...

I did it! I got the vaccine with surprise results,

As I have written about, I am a Covid “long-hauler”—that is a person who is struggling with symptoms long after I am “cured.” The week leading up to the vaccine was a tough one. I was suffering extreme exhaustion and flu-like symptoms. I was barely getting home to crawl into bed. The conversation I...

Just a Vaccine, please.

The day started out like any other; jokes with kids, attendance, writing, discussions. I had a small class for remedial reading, a good class, all boys. Then the voice came over the loudspeaker, “Lockdown, lockdown, lock down.” We all knew exactly what to do. I turned off the projector. The students scurried to corners...

Holocaust Remembrance

I wanted to share my poem “Eleven and a Half Years” which first appeared in the CAPS Anthology 2020 Eleven and a Half Years If we held one minute of silence for every victim of the Holocaust we would be silent for eleven and a half years. The first that would go is the...

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