The Pandemic Version of Our Nation’s Birthday
This year's Independence Day is marked by people wearing masks on the beaches and boardwalks, canceled or delayed fireworks displays, and only outdoor dining at restaurants.
Teachers and Nurses: We Thank You
Today is National Teacher Day which is the highlight of Teacher Appreciation Week. Wednesday is set aside as National Nurses Day which is the start of National Nursing Week.
Opinion: Beating Up on Bloomberg
In a debate that was pretty nasty at times, the winner may be unclear but the loser was clearly the ex-Big Apple mayor who was on defense throughout the two-hour forum.
Opinion: ‘None of the Above’ for President
If the election were being held today and the choices were President Trump or any of the Democratic challengers, I would not vote.
Opinion: Leave Columbus Day Alone
To many Italians, this day is one which they embrace as a way to honor their heritage. I, for one, see nothing wrong with that.
Yankees Poised for a Championship Run
At the other end of the sports spectrum there's the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and the Jets.
Opinion: America’s Political Mood Gets Uglier
For a variety of reasons, Democrats have talked of impeachment almost from the day President Trump took office in January, 2017.
The Lessons Lost from 9/11/01
The tolerance and patience we had for one another in the days after 9/11/01 have long faded.
Opinion: Getting a Grip About Gun Violence
It takes a lot to shock us these days, which in itself is a sad commentary on the times we live in.
Running the Clock Down on Summer
If you are one who considers summer at the shore the 100 days from Memorial Day to Labor Day, then it’s 68 days down and only 32 to go.