Opinion

A couple of weeks passed by in Mango-less agony, but nobody responded to the posters. Maybe people thought they were too cute to deface by tearing off one of the little phone number strips.

Facebook can feel like some latter-day secular religious system. There are consequences if we don’t go along, don’t join the throng of devotees. We can be separated out into a wilderness of vague religious remembrance.

Let’s speculate on which of the surplus population of filmed versions of his immortal classic “A Christmas Carol” Charles Dickens might have liked best. So, take my hand and you will be upheld in more than this!

The holiday season in a war zone, 50 years ago this month. We were separated from those we loved and detached from the daily events in American life that would make 1968 the most tumultuous year in recent American history.

With the recent election delivering control of the U.S. House of Representatives to the Democrats, it’s time to explore a solution to climate change that appeals to conservatives and deserves support from progressives.

I overnighted my 109-page script, hoping to hear from the model and actress in a month, but I wasn’t holding my breath. Turned out she loved everything about it — and wanted to direct the movie.

Herstory writers and advocates will gather at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor this Thanksgiving weekend to hear stories from young East End immigrants and renew commitments to collaboration, to sharing a dream.

Legacy is both an elusive idea and an evocative reminder of human transience. We welcome its gift and we grieve the loss it signals.

Is there something special about a place that can be captured through its symbols and stories? That is the question I set about trying to answer by researching Oxford’s coats of arms.

When a tragedy like that at the Pittsburgh synagogue occurs, we don’t see an increase in hatred, rather we witness the opposite. In the wake of the shooting, the Jewish community has welcomed an outpouring of support.

As I got older and J.F.K. stood frozen in time after the assassination, Eisenhower and I were becoming closer in age, and he looked better and better. Then I saw the Ike pin in the antiques shop. I had to have it.

The Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program now limits my homemaker aide’s trips to shop for my food to supermarkets only. And for no good reason.

At the Brett Kavanaugh hearings there was more at stake for many victims of sexual assault than whether or not a seat on the Supreme Court would be filled.