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Doctor Sleep

The first Stephen King novel I read was The Stand. Not having read his entire oeuvre, I can’t be sure when I

OK Adaptive Technology

How many adaptations have you made in your life due to the COVID virus lockdowns and limitations? Over the last few months,

Pastas on the Green

The good news: Pasta’s on the Green’s outdoor patio is open! Monday through Friday they open at 4pm, and Friday, Saturday and

The Camp of the Saints by Jean Raspail

This is another of those books I hesitate to review because, while when it was published was well-received, it has since become

Choose a Pill

It was many years ago now, on the then Time Warner Point ‘n’ Click show that I found what I considered a

Rudy’s Lakeside

Earlier this summer, a friend texted me that he was going to treat himself to dinner at Rudy’s. He even sent me

The Plague by Albert Camus

Do you react to coincidence, serendipity, an alignment of the stars? I’m half kidding, but the half serious part came across a

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Yes, I’m coming very late to the “Miss Peregrine” party. I discovered the book on an early-virus-stockup trip to BJ’s, and was

Meet You Online?

The “lock-down” state of the country – the world – has put a tremendous burden on computer technology, and, as is usually

Boom Boom Mex Mex

Once upon a time, in the early 2000s, a couple, Tom and Lupe Bryan, opened a Mexican restaurant in Camillus, New York.