Reopening Schools

When the Kids Come Back One of the pandemic’s greatest casualties is the school year The California public middle school where I work held its last day of classes, ironically enough, Continue Reading →

Since Your Name’s On The Check . . .

I thought you should know how I spent it, Mr. President. Dear Mr. President, thank you for the money you sent. I do realize it wasn’t you sending it all by Continue Reading →

Meanwhile, What’s Happened to Heart Attacks?

There is a drastic decrease in heart attack and stroke since the pandemic hit — maybe Judging by hospital admissions, it looks that way. Stories in news outlets including the New Continue Reading →

5 Things The Pandemic Made Me Do This Week

Two weeks down; who knows how many more to go? As I write this from my corner of Northern California, we’re on Day 10 of Governor Gavin Newsom’s commendable Stay The Continue Reading →