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Kim Olver’s column on gratitude resonates The article written by Kim Olver hit all the marks about being grateful. She reminded me that this technique can be a natural antidepressant … more
“Trick or treat!” It’s Halloween time again, and after the “trick” of 2020, we can certainly hope that Halloween 2021 is a “treat.” Of course, this … more
WURTSBORO, NY — Belle looks like something that crawled out of a grave, a skin-crawlingly creepy sculpture. What the mostly-bald, one-armed… thing... does not look like: food. The … more
Shop with the Sullivan County shopping bus MONTICELLO, NY — The shopping bus is back at work. It’ll take seniors from their homes to Monticello stores and back, and there are rules … more
“Why make art with food?” It’s a question I’m asked every once in a while when people find out what I do, and it’s a good one. After all, food does seem like a … more
UDC Announces Honorees for 33rd Annual River Valley Awards BEACH LAKE, PA – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) will honor those who have enhanced the quality of life or protected the … more
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Psychologist Kim Olver has a holiday gift for us all. It is hope, and a way to find it. Olver (who also writes for the River Reporter in her column “From the Relationship Center”) … more
I have always loved birds—raptors, in particular. When I see a hawk in flight, I know I’m going to have a good day. I have also always been proud of where I come from—Liberty, … more
I’ve been active in the competitive Cake World for more than 10 years now, but there is one confection that just seems to bring more joy to people than anything else: the cookie. It makes … more
A lot of people look at what I do and say, “I could never do that.” While that might be true on a professional level, that doesn’t mean that you can’t let your creative spirit … more
In theory, having a little “down time” is not a bad thing, but there’s something to be said for that old proverb about “idle hands being the devil’s plaything,” … more
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