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There’s something about Autumn that provokes in me a desire to clean. Like deep clean. Closets, baseboards, go through storage, reorganize and get rid of stuff. more
Disgruntled Airbnb guests are taking to Twitter and TikTok to vent about everything from cleaning fees to misleading listings. more
“The true investor welcomes volatility….a wildly fluctuating market means that irrationally low prices will periodically be attached to solid businesses.” — Warren Buffett. more

Using a financial adviser for your investment needs is 100% on brand, but what about the other parts of your retirement life? more
In these articles, I talk a lot about “balance” — in our governance, in your daily routine, in your health care and in all phases of life. more
Fall gardening tasks are ready to start, but there’s more to the fall than raking leaves. more
Add “Pinocchio” to the pile of Disney’s live action remakes that do nothing to improve upon the animated original and are not worth your time.  more
I have always had a love for music. Whether it is listening to it in the car, while going for a run, around the house, in-person or on CD. more
On Sept. 20, we all have a chance to make a difference in our community. more
Contrary to popular belief, fall is less about raking and more about reaping the rewards embedded in its rich soil. more
It seems as if late summer has been all about food. We’ve harvested it, eaten it, given it away, and even frozen and canned some of it. more
These local pets are looking for a home. more
The bittersweet passing of Labor Day Weekend signals summer’s end. more
Saving money sounds straightforward — set cash aside for a future purpose — but in reality, people often face competing savings priorities. more
Sooner or later, I knew I was going to write this article. I have to, even if nobody pays any attention. more
The end of summer is a dead zone for exciting new films, made crystal clear by the under-the-radar release of the good but wholly forgettable “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.” more
Here we are, on the cusp of the end of summer and beginning of fall. School has started, the weather is getting cooler as the color of leave change to bright reds, oranges, and yellows. more
The other day, while sitting in the sun in a lawn chair at the Saratoga race course, something unusual caught my eye.  more
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is celebrating its newest call of inductees this weekend in Springfield, Massachusetts. Among the honorees is Larry Costello. more
In a 6 - 3 decision, the Killingly, CT, school board recently said “no” to establishing a mental health center at its high school. I imagine most folks, upon hearing that, would be dismayed, … more
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