How does your garden grow?

Ask anyone, they’ll tell you: I love to talk about my garden. Most gardeners do. “It’s a lifestyle,” I’ve come to say. “Kind of like owning a boat.” My …

If you could talk to your neighbor or family member about things that you don’t agree on, what would that conversation be about?

Last month, we asked our readers this: If you could talk to your neighbor or family member about things that you don’t agree on, what would that conversation be about? Here’s what we …

Tell us how you really feel about masks and vaccines

Join our Monthly Conversation Experiment: Can we actually be playful about exploring our feelings about such an intimate subject of masks and vaccines? (We’ll see, it’s an …

What do you think about the Second Amendment Sanctuary movement?

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Nancy Wells of Damascus, PA

When I was a child, I created my own dream laboratory in a clothes closet. I wanted to be Madame Curie. I felt a kinship with her curiosity and love of experimentation. I gathered rocks, perfume, …

Carol Smythe of Grahamsville, NY

Carren Thomas of Hackettstown, NJ

Beth Peck of Narrowsburg, NY

The passing of Dorothee Holmstrup of Pompton Plains, NJ and Beach Lake, PA at the age of 101 prompts admiration of her important contribution to the formation of Tusten-Cochecton Library. Dottie …

Denise Connolly of White Lake, NY

My grandmother Gussie was born in Minsk Russia. She only had a fifth-grade education, but I found her to be a lot smarter than some people who had many more years of schooling. She married my …

Celebrating Women’s History Month

When I moved to Narrowsburg in 1978, Main Street was filled with women leaders. Gladys Maas was in charge at the Narrowsburg Feed Mill. Stella Ropke was manager at the River Bank, in the original …