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Pumpkins are a warm season vegetable grown throughout the United States. Besides being used as jack-o-lanterns, pumpkin is great to eat in pies, breads, butters, soups and more. more
The question has come up a couple of times as to how long I think I can write this column. It’s a little cheeky but I’ll answer it: who knows? more
Maybe there are those who have been wondering about how I’m doing with my goal of reading one book a week in 2022. Reading 52 books in one year is an accomplishment. more

The new “Halloween” trilogy comes to a thudding end with the aptly named “Halloween Ends,” putting into question what this whole thing was even about. more
Beautiful colors, bountiful crops, and changing seasons! Time to bring in the corn, pick the apples, cut the hay. more
When I was a few years younger, I used to derive enjoyment from running long distances. The enjoyment was not in the act itself; often that was fairly miserable to be honest. more
It’s a fact that American women live longer time than men. Life expectancy, which is how long one should expect to live, is 75 in men and 80 in women. more
These local pets are looking for a forever home. more
Plant tulip bulbs now until the ground freezes for an amazing early display of color next spring! more
My next-younger sister called to say she was heading to the store for a new light fixture. Was there anything I needed? “Could you look for a new gas can?” I asked. more
The story begins, appropriately enough, just before St. Patrick’s Day in 1984 with a telephone call from one Joseph Riley, who at the time was a professor at Mohawk Valley Community College. more
Well cast but largely forgettable, “Amsterdam” is a fine little flick that is buoyed largely by a great character performance from actor Christian Bale. more
Isaiah 55:10-11 ESV “For as the rain and the snow come down from heaven and do not return there but water the earth, making it bring forth and sprout, giving seed to the sower and bread to the … more
I was surprised to learn recently that, according to Google Trends data gathered by AllAboutGardening.com, the most popular fall-planted crop in the United States is ... garlic. more
Any 401(k) can help you save for retirement. A great 401(k) allows you to save a whole lot more. more
Thoughts on behavior. more
Houseplants can provide many benefits, whether you fill your home with a collection or just add one or two specimens. more
“Bros” brings the romantic comedy back to theaters with a solid same-sex twist, which is entirely the point. more
In October 1621, 53 Pilgrims gathered in Plymouth, Mass., to celebrate the successful fall harvest along with 90 Native Americans who had helped them survive a very difficult year. more
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