The on-going coronavirus pandemic has boosted consumer demand for small town real estate. Whether that trend will continue with a vaccine on the horizon is anyone’s guess.
Unhappy Birthday: The pandemic a year later
Voices from the Salisbury Community about the housing needed for a healthy, economically vibrant future
It has been a long time coming. Commodities have been in the doghouse for years, but a combination of events are conspiring to lift the prices of soft commodities much higher.
One of the many great things about the election result is that Joe Biden, President-Elect, will surround himself with smart people and when he looks around the room at them he will acknowledge that he is not the smartest person there, not the Unblemished, Supreme, Balanced, Stable Genius. That, in and of itself, will show profound intelligence.
While much of the nation’s farming industry has been decimated by the global pandemic, here in the U.S. one tiny segment of the agricultural market is booming—the CSA.
There was a time when obtaining a protective mask to combat the spread of the coronavirus was almost impossible. That time has passed. Today, as more than half the country requires citizens to wear them, masks have become essential and almost a fashion statement.
Anton Chekhov’s “The Wood Demon,” completed in October 1889 and performed in Moscow two months later, was a flop. Eight years later, having revised the play, Chekhov submitted “Uncle Vanya” to the Moscow Art Theater. It was a hit.
Nearly 30 years ago as documentary filmmakers, we were asked by Nobel Peace Prize winner and author Elie Wiesel to develop a program on the anatomy of Hate. We were beyond thrilled that Bill Moyers, and Public Affairs Television, agreed to co-produce what became a multi-part primetime series on Public Television.