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The local trees are showing color, and I’ve changed my header image accordingly. At least one weather site is predicting that this year will be one of the best for fall colors in the northeast (though not in other parts of the country), so if you’ve always wanted to do a leaf-peeping vacation, this might […]
This weekend, Jim Macdonald and I are going to be at Albacon, in (surprise, surprise) Albany, New York. This will be the first convention we’ve fully attended since Arisia, back in January — Readercon was a bar-and-lobby con for us this summer, for one reason and another, so we didn’t get the full experience with […]
Debra Jess’s new Thunder City romance novel, Blood Hunter, is out today. I feel sort of grandparental towards it, because I was the editor. Links for Blood Hunter and the other Thunder City novels and stories can be found at her web page; they’re available in all of the usual formats.
Category Archives: Emergency Prep
What We Know and How We Know It, Part 2 What we know: Betty and Barney misidentified the aircraft warning light on the top of Cannon Mountain as a flying saucer. How we know it: When Betty and Barney arrived … Continue reading
What We Know and How We Know It, Part 1: What We Know: Betty and Barney were sleep deprived on the night of 19/20 September 1961 How We Know It: They were on the back side of a twelve-hundred mile … Continue reading
The sad fact is that people who don’t have medical insurance don’t get medical care. Today is the first day of the Affordable Care Act open enrollment program. Go sign up. Today. See also: Doing My Part for ACA Open … Continue reading
Due to the recent storms in the northeast and massive power outages, the scheduled Podcast UFO for tonight has been delayed. I’ll let y’all know the rescheduled date as soon as I know it. UPDATE 02NOV17: New date will … Continue reading
Benefit Concert for the relief efforts in Puerto Rico and Mexico Saturday, October 7 at 3:00 pm Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Illinois Suggested donations taken at the door: Adults $10, Children $5 Additional donations are appreciated. Cash … Continue reading
The North Country Health Consortium is pleased to announce the second and last of two 5-day intensive Recovery Coach Academy trainings to provide students with the skills to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to enter into or … Continue reading
I’m rather happy with this composition. And hey, fake news! Who knew that would be a thing?
I got my flu shot, how ’bout you? I got my flu shot, how ’bout you? I got my flu shot, how ’bout you? Skip to my Lou, my darling.
In the Evil Day: Violence Comes to One Small Town by Richard Adams Carey 19 August is the anniversary of the attack on Colebrook, NH. This isn’t really a book review. Nor is it a reminiscence. I’ve written more extensively … Continue reading
Following the event in Orlando… resources: http://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov Disaster Distress Helpline: Overview * The Disaster Distress Helpline (DDH) is a program of the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) which provides crisis counseling and support for anyone in … Continue reading