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Service Economy: Who Deserves Tips?

I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I applaud this reader Re: “What is a good … Continue reading

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Kindness from Strangers

RAVE to the table next to us at a local restaurant. While celebrating my 80th with my family, the table next to us treated me to a glass of Champagne. How cute is that? Thank you! RAVE to the man who pulled … Continue reading

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Interview from Afar

Be human. “People are in all sorts of states right now, physically and mentally. It’s helpful to recognize that and connect with candidates at the most human level. Roommates and relatives do come into video view sometimes, and this always … Continue reading

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Silver Linings From 2020

To the Editor: Guess it would be: I’m working from home! I’m working from home! I’m working from home! No hurry-up breakfast force-feeding. No cold car. No lunch packing. Working in sweatpants. Less laundry. Happy pets. Screw the makeup. Bad-hair … Continue reading

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Possibilities

I think for a culture of people who have been for so many years denied and deprived and lacking in self-esteem, it’s extremely hard to see the possibility of what awaits in your future. It’s hard because the world has … Continue reading

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