"Hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, floods – whatever your local risk, here's how to be more weather-ready, a recent article in The Conversation dovetails…Read More
Today’s article from The Conversation says Congressional members who espouse extreme positions get a lot of airtime and exposure but their actual…Read More
President Joe Biden says his top appointments were purposely chosen “to look like America.” Will his mix of ages have an impact…Read More
For today I’m not calling your attention to a specific article but to an online source that I think is worth following.
Although Joe Biden won the US election last week, Donald Trump won a record-breaking 71 million votes. In Bedford, the incumbent president…Read More
What kinds of news stories would you expect to find in a publication called Maine Business Daily? Most likely you’d think there…Read More
It’s October 1 and time for a “good read” recommendation. This article by Andrew Latham is worth your attention.
“How three prior pandemics…Read More
If you’re interested in looking ahead to what the next months will bring during “life in the time of pandemic,” you may…Read More
Is the Postal Service Being Manipulated to Help Trump Get Reëlected? By Steve Coll in The New Yorker, July 29, 2020. Read…Read More
Here is a challenging article from The Atlantic’s national correspondent James Fallows, who asks Is This the Worst Year in Modern American…Read More
“In a crisis, what was once unthinkable can suddenly become inevitable. We’re in the middle of the biggest societal shakeup since the…Read More
If you’ve ever thought to yourself ….”maybe Amazon is entirely TOO powerful,” here’s a story to cheer you. A startup called Bookshop…Read More
Here is a strongly worded and probably controversial “take” on the use of Federal stimulus money to support print newspapers during the…Read More
Here is an article that is helpful in understanding “the numbers” involved in the COVID-19 crisis.
The Correspondent is a Netherlands-based source now…Read More