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Should you buy or sell first?

July 1, 2020

Lindsay Smith By Lindsay Smith/Columnist Two couples were enjoying a drink on a newly opened restaurant patio and were having a passionate discussion. Both couples were [...]

Reflections on a new normal

June 24, 2020

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist There are many of us who hope we can go back to what was once considered “normal.” But, instead of going back to our old ways of living, [...]

On a clear day you can see Rocheseter

June 16, 2020

Lindsay Smith By Lindsay Smith/Columnist On a waterfront walk this past week, I could see a smokestack on the USA side. I think Rochester is about 80 kms from where I was. [...]

Aren’t we all prejudiced?

June 16, 2020

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist Prejudice means having preconceived opinions that are not necessarily based on reason or actual experiences. Prejudices can lead to [...]

The dinner plate made her throw up

June 9, 2020

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist Strong symbols can make us all feel physically ill. I never knew until one memorable event with my friend “Tina” who was an Auschwitz [...]

Thoughts to get us through COVID-19

June 8, 2020

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist As we wonder about what the new normal may look like, I think we will need to keep in mind the following wise sayings to help us adjust. I [...]

Twenty-five diversions from COVID-19

May 27, 2020

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist I’m getting rather tired of all the latest news and updates about COVID-19, so this week someone sent me these diversions from our physical [...]
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