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“As your child’s second year begins, take some time to think about your relationship with your partner. Caring for an infant can wreak havoc on couples. You may find yourselves bickering a lot or just not connecting the way you used to. Don’t despair—it takes time to adjust to having another person around. Now that… Read more »

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In 1964 when I was 10 years old, I needed no Farmers Almanac to tell me the season or what temperature to expect.  My year revolved around sports. Baseball pitchers and catchers were due to report to spring training around February 20th.  I knew the baseball season would start around April 6th, the same time… Read more »

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Usually, “talking to the walls” is a frustrating, unproductive endeavor. You try to get your point across, but the person with whom you’re speaking is so obstinate that you might as well be debating with masonry. Luckily, the walls in New York talk back and, like most people who live in this city, they’ve got… Read more »

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You know, when I was nineteen, Grandpa took me on a roller coaster… It was just so interesting to me that a ride could make me so frightened, so scared, so sick, so excited, and so thrilled all together! Some didn’t like it. They went on the merry-go-round. That just goes around. Nothing. I like… Read more »

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Mr. Bellers Neighborhood published my story “January 25, 1987.” It concerns my trip to the New York Giants first Super Bowl 25 years ago. Winning Sunday will warm my winter by ten degrees; if the Giants are defeated it’s been an amazing close to a dramatic New York football season. This is the only sport I leave… Read more »