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Jessica Gregg

It’s All the Rage

all the rage

I have spent a lot of time online during the coronavirus pandemic. With stay-at-home orders and social distancing requirements, it’s nearly impossible to conduct any sort of person-on-the-street interviews IRL. Similarly hampered from socializing, folks have taken to social media more than usual. This is where I find out what’s …

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From Gowns to Masks This designer keeps her stylish outlook

from gowns to masks

Somebody asked Ella Pritsker recently if she missed making wedding gowns. The designer and president of Ella Pritsker Couture still has some dresses to stitch during this pandemic—but every bridal client of hers has postponed nuptials until next year. Still, Pritsker, with trademark graciousness, responded, “I’m being creative every day.” …

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Fruit Picking Fun 5 Places to Get DIY About Your Pie

Fruit picking fun

Get outside, they tell us. The safest activities to do during this pandemic summer are the ones in the open air, under sunny skies or starry nights. When your family has exhausted the trails and parks, drive-in theaters and sandy beaches, another fun outdoor activity awaits—fruit picking. Here are five …

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Restart: Darryl Patterson

Restart: Darryl Patterson

As the world moves toward recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, we asked people in our community about a time they started over or started again.  How did they recover and re-energize themselves in those situations? Over the next several weeks, we will share the stories of their #restart. Darryl Patterson, …

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Restart: Mary Hastler

Restart: Mary Hastler

As the world moves toward recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, we asked people in our community about a time they started over or started again.  How did they recover and re-energize themselves in those situations? Over the next several weeks, we will share the stories of their #restart. Mary Hastler, …

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Weekend Plans, What to Do July 2-5

what to do july 2-5

What’s Fourth of July without fireworks? We are about to find out. This has always been one of my favorite holidays: The flags are out in my flower bed, and I have ordered a crumb-topped cherry pie from Jeannie Bird Bakery, a hometown favorite. Some years, I make my own …

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A 2020 Reboot

A 2020 Reboot

This year brought us a public health crisis, economic woes, social upheaval and enough change to take us through the next decade. Hello, 2020. What a sucker punch you’ve been. And now that we’re nearly halfway through, now what? Do we brace ourselves for more turmoil, more change? Or do …

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‘I Want a New Career’

I Want a New Career

Most Americans were homebound this spring. For some, it was a stressful time of waiting for unemployment or balancing child care with essential work. For others, it was that, but also a chance to reflect. The result: Amidst the health and economic woes of this pandemic, there were parents contemplating …

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