In the early 1950s, many of Concord’s fields and meadows were being transformed to welcome returning GI’s and their families. Capes and ranches were built. Maple and faster growing willow trees planted.
The Thanksgiving table where we all gather next week is a complicated one of family, guilt, tradition, and turkey. We are taught in school that the holiday is about the Pilgrims celebrating
November is National Hospice Palliative Care Month, a time to raise awareness about the compassionate care that hospice and palliative care provides to patients and their families. Both hospice and palliative care focus
With the mid-terms behind us but the next presidential election already threatening to be a reprise of the last election’s alarming attack on democracy, be heartened by Walt Whitman’s observations on another