Keyword: Andrea Doray
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As part of my effort to nourish my political soul this summer, I'm diving deep into immigration, both legal and otherwise. Thanks to those of you who've sent your thoughts and showered me with links … more
How's your level of trust these days? I ask because "trust" is my word for 2017. Perhaps you know that in lieu of making New Year's resolutions, I choose a word as a focus for the coming year. At … more
If you play poker long enough, sooner or later you will have to show your hand. That’s what I learned recently when I went to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker. No, I didn’t play in the WSOP, but my friend John had earned a seat through … more
I’ve written about poetry before, because, as both a journalist and a poet, the lyrical, mystical, profound, angry, loving and authentic world of words compressed into lines and stanzas is powerful. In these tumultuous times – no matter where … more
It's finally happened. Not unlike seeing the mileage on your car turning 100,000 - or 200,000! - miles, I have been watching my email inbox for a new milestone, and this week it happened: I have more … more
Eva Levine’s birthday – July 6 – always follows hard on our own American Independence Day. I commemorate Eva’s birthday, as I do every year, by reflecting on the Holocaust, in which millions of Jews lost their lives at the hands of the … more
It’s finally happened. Not unlike seeing the mileage on your car turning 100,000 – or 200,000! – miles, I have been watching my email inbox for a new milestone, and this week it happened: I have more than 50,000 unread emails, out of 61,933 … more
Eva Levine's birthday - July 6 - always follows hard on our own American Independence Day. I commemorate Eva's birthday, as I do every year, by reflecting on the Holocaust, in which millions of Jews … more
Zucchini ... it was a piece of zucchini, about the size of your thumbnail, in a delicious bite of pasta with spicy shrimp. Once it lodged in my throat, I jumped up from the table and staggered to the … more
I've written about poetry before, because, as both a journalist and a poet, the lyrical, mystical, profound, angry, loving and authentic world of words compressed into lines and stanzas is … more
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