Thursday, September 22, 2022

Dispatch

Dispatch: San Miguel de Allende

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Lorraine Parish writes from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Parish is a clothing designer and writer who lived...

Dispatch: County Mayo, Ireland

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Elaine Cawley Weintraub writes from County Mayo, Ireland. She is at her family home for a few weeks...

Dispatch: Paris

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A couple of weeks ago, the French government passed the “Climate and Resilience” law. This law comes after a citizens’ convention on climate change (Convention citoyenne pour le climat), consisting of 150 randomly selected...

Dispatch: Paris

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Nicolas Ruderman writes again from Paris. Ruderman has spent his summers on East Chop since he was born...

Dispatch: Paris

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Nicolas Ruderman writes again from Paris. Ruderman has spent his summers on East Chop since he was born...

Dispatch: Paris

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Nicolas Ruderman writes again from Paris. Ruderman has spent his summers on East Chop since he was born...

Dispatch: Paris

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Nicolas Ruderman writes again from Paris. Ruderman has spent his summers on East Chop since he was born...

Dispatch: Paris

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Nicolas Ruderman writes again from Paris. Ruderman has spent his summers on East Chop since he was born...

Dispatch: Paris

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From time to time, The Times will feature dispatches from Islanders around the globe. This week, Nicolas Ruderman writes from Paris. Ruderman has spent his summers on East Chop since he was born (19...

A Development

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The Newest Nadler

Islander from Afar

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Punchlines In Paradise

Free throw for free Giordano’s pizza

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I have gotten a free pizza every single summer...With the exception of one tragic loss almost ten years ago, which had to be one of the best days of my dad’s life. I couldn’t believe it; the Giordano boys didn’t believe me.

Groundhog weekend: weddings, weddings and more weddings

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The best aspect of these events — besides forever love of course — are the reunions of friends from many different chapters of my life. We don’t get to see each other regularly anymore and our lives have changed immensely. The laughs, though, have not aged a minute.

Train-sition

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Charlie Nadler grew up on Martha’s Vineyard and graduated from MVRHS with the class of 2002. Until mid-March, he lived in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles where he worked in the film...

From Afar: Stumbling Home

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What I most enjoyed was the personal history at every turn. Other runners at the starting line (notice I didn’t say during the race) included friends, classmates, and Jason Lew who delivered me eight years before this race was even a gleam in our eyes! The course also went right by my old house, which would look a lot better with shutters on the windows and a brown cocker spaniel in the yard if the owners happen to be reading this.

Entertainment After Entertainment

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I have had to reteach myself to be warm on the phone because I had acclimated to people who shortened every interaction to the essence of its essence, people who never said hello because they probably calculated some formula in their head where if they added up all of the skipped hellos to assistants they could make .4 more movies over their career.

Assembling A Life

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The bar had been set at a subterranean level for me, born into a family of writers. To us, the pen was mightier than the sword by default because our genes prevented us from being able to physically lift a sword.

The big leagues

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It’s a fun blend of time travel and catharsis, although in this case it’s like going to a therapist who says, “Tell me about childhood, and if it's entertaining enough you can bill me.

New work city

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Turns out it was worse. The next step would be a cocktail party, at their office, with all of the other candidates present. The Hunger Games is a movie, people, not an employment strategy.

Friendships passing in the night

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Change is a raw deal. It continually sneaks up on us, yet we never become accustomed to it. As a child I thought geriatric people were ridiculous to complain about inflation, technology, or rap music, but now that I am one third of the way to elderly I completely get it.