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Radio: Shaw Israel Izikson

One night in a living room office at Trinity Church seven radio actors and actresses gather around a table looking at their scripts.
The actors are looking to see if any adjustments are needed for the episode they are practicing called “Space Sentries.”
“Why did you call this character ‘Alex’?” Jandi Hanna asks Timothy Quirk.
“Because I didn’t know if it was going to be a male or female,” Quirk says. After Quirk tweaks the script a bit, the cast starts practicing the episode.

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Asian Street Food Right Here

Food: ‘Vietnamese Home Cooking ’

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Forcing For Free Flowers

The Lazy Gardener

Free flowers – seriously – for the next four weeks.  
Right before the gardening season really starts up and we get lost in the battles – us versus the moles and voles; us versus various blights; us versus the neighbors and their blowers – it’s nice to know that certain shrubs are offering flowers for anyone willing to do a bit of clipping.
The technical term for this is forcing but that just makes it sounds complicated and scary, a favorite trick of the snooty gardener, when it is quite the opposite.

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Solitude By Choice Is Good

Life

There’s this thing called hygge, a Scandinavian word that means something along the lines of wholesome cozy indoorsiness, which has become something of a cultural fetish over the past few years. Peruse any winter Anthropologie catalogue and you’ll see what I’m talking about: rosy-cheeked models lounging in cashmere turtlenecks in front of a roaring fire, balancing a steaming cup of something on one knee and a sleeping dog on the other. 

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The Wedding Showcase: A Moment For The Beautiful Mother Of The Bride

In 2014, Kathy Weigel, a Brooklyn mother of two daughters — and a longtime summer resident of Lakeville — stepped out of an upscale department store in Manhattan with a shopping bag filled with Armani and feeling sorely unhappy about it. In the grand scheme of things, not the worst problem to have. Weddings though, as many of us know, can be a strange time in one’s life, even when you’re not the bride.

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Curling’s Strange Allure

Curling

Curlers talk about “delivering” the stone across the 45 meters of pebbled ice to the target area. The thrust comes from the legs, as the curler pushes off from the hack, or foothold, and glides forward like a fencer lunging at his opponent. The hand that guides the 44-lb rock grasps it lightly, “like holding a chick,” says a curling instructor at the Norfolk Curling Club, and only at the last moment gives the handle a slow clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation to keep it on course.

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Do You Really Want Red Roses?

Flowers

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What Are Your Flowers Really Saying?

Valentine’s

There is perhaps no better day than Valentine’s Day to demonstrate that love and romance are not the same thing. Love, enduring love, is built on mutual understanding and the rarity of seeing your true self reflected back to you in the eyes of another with kindness and clarity. Romance, on the other hand, is a set of societal ideals meant to physically and visually express that love, often with commercial interest at its heart, that are as changeable as hemlines and the seasons. 

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What’s All The Brouhaha About The Instant Pot?

Food

The Instant Pot is everywhere. Sales have skyrocketed. There are more than 1,500 cookbooks currently for sale on Amazon, most self-published, several from big New York houses. (My writing partner Bruce Weinstein and I have one underway for Little, Brown.) There are over 1 million people in the Instant Pot’s primary Facebook group. So here’s a FAQ sheet for this new, trendy kitchen appliance. 
What is it?

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Winter Gardening For the Disinclined

Gardening

Sometimes I wish I could find a cave and hibernate through the dark, gloomy months because I get so blue.  
Is it possible to learn to love this season? My gardening friends suggested that making winter containers helped them embrace this time of year so I thought I’d give it a try even though I had my doubts. Just yesterday, it seems, the pots were brimming with blue larkspurs, yellow daisies and sweet-smelling peacock orchids. Now they’ll feature cut branches, pine needles and dead flowers? 

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