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With the Olympics starting up, the world will once again be treated to amazing feats of athletic ability. There will be bronze, silver and gold medalists, attesting that those who earn it are the best in their sports. Additionally, some of those performances will take it to another level alt…

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Let’s play word association with places. If I said Hollywood you might respond with movies. London might produce Big Ben, while the South Pole would produce penguins. And depending on your state of mind, Sweden could prompt smorgasbord, Ikea and, for a few misguided souls, ABBA.

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They say the language to learn these days is not Spanish or French or even Chinese, but computer code. It is the most basic building block of everything we do, from making Zoom calls to buying toothpaste on Amazon to writing a report for your boss. Sure, you can punch up an existing app or p…

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I was the only granddaughter in a family of four grandsons. So when we vacationed with my grandparents and cousins on a lake in New Hampshire, I was aware that I was different. Why did I have to wear a bathing suit with ruffles on my chest while my brother and cousins could go topless?

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One person, one vote. Direct election of the president and vice president. Can we, at last, make these democratic aspirations a reality? If not now, after a violent attempt to stop the Electoral College votes from being certified, then when?

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You could be forgiven if you’re having problems getting into the holiday gift giving spirit. After all, you’re not driving anywhere so you don’t see any lights and displays. You’re not wandering through stores, so you don’t see any Christmas sales. You’ve been barred from going to tree light…

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It’s a world you can’t control, where the big things on big stages demand your attention. Competing with that is a fool’s errand. Rather, the only way to survive is to carve out some space of your own. Routines help: having the same breakfast every day or a morning workout helps to get you s…

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When I was growing up in the 1950s and ’60s, Scarsdale was a thriving commercial hub. My parents shopped for all our basic needs in local mom and pop stores — groceries, clothing, school supplies, books, house wares and tools, home furnishings and linens, art supplies, newspapers and magazin…