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In today’s unprecedented times, the May observation of Mental Health Awareness Month is more important than ever.
While COVID-19 has had significant effects on the economy and physical health, the emotional fallout is increasingly just as severe, with the emotional and mental health consequences becoming even more evident in months to come. It’s important for individuals, families, and communities to know that they can overcome the losses and limit the emotional damage.
Secretary of State, Local Officials, League of Women Voters Working to Make Sure Upcoming Elections Are Safe
An island off the Norwegian coast is inhabited by the original founding family, now with vague, unsure dreams of a future on the mainland.
The Susan Powell Fine Art Gallery is offering an exhibit, Bridging Realism to Abstraction, through May 31 online at www.susanpowellfineart.com under “current exhibition.”
Clinton Art Society (CAS) has developed online virtual programming to safely present the arts to the shoreline community and its membership.
Once again, Anne Tyler takes us back to her beloved Baltimore with a story about Micah Mortimer, a likable oddball who lives rent-free in the basement apartment of a small building in exchange for being its super.