Chris Dupuy explores this nebulous period we are currently in, where we’ve reached more favorable numbers regarding COVID and are all wondering, now what?
During this Memorial Day Weekend, Nancy Townsley remembers her mom fondly and the tradition of sewing she has taken up in her stead.
Stephen Hunter looks at the series of unfortunate events that unfolded which led to the disaster of the coronavirus pandemic response in the United States.
In “From the Perspective of an Inanimate Object,” Linda Rand shares a diary entry from a year ago, when COVID was fresh but established, imagining the perspective of a statue in her garden.
Americans were tired of social distancing and mask-wearing. At the first hint the virus was receding, people pushed to get life back to normal. Unfortunately, another surge of the disease followed.
In Linda Rand’s latest Pandemic Diaries entry “Is It Over?,” she wonders what we’re all thinking about: now that we have vaccines, are we finally turning a corner on COVID?
Parents and teachers want to know whether kids will be vaccinated against COVID-19 in time for the fall school semester. Dr. James Wood explains what doctors know today.
In Linda Rand’s latest Pandemic Diaries entry “To Look a Gift Bird in the Mouth,” she shares about phone calls using her landline, talks with mom, sleep, and birds.
Nancy Townsley shares another heartwarming essay, “Independent Living,” about life during COVID and her elderly dad’s move to a retirement center.
Chris Dupuy keeps his New Year’s Resolution to find something “old” from the world of sports every week on YouTube to help him pass the time during the pandemic.