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Grocery Shopping for the Pandemic

Grocery Shopping for the Pandemic

Perhaps the strangest thing about living through a crisis is how much stays, relentlessly, normal. There are already 120,000 people in the world infected with this novel coronavirus, and those are only the cases we know about. But this number is an abstraction. I cannot grasp the magnitude of the problem—not the grandmothers and uncles …

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Spring Favorites 2017

“It is not enough that yearly, down this hill, April Comes like an idiot, babbling and strewing flowers.” –Edna St. Vincent Millay “Spring” The cacophony of the Trump era has made it hard for me to focus on much in the way of culture. The political news is too much with us, and it can …

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