Dalton — My bride, Stacey, and I spent last week in Lake George, New York. It’s become an annual pilgrimage of ours, which came to be because my parents would bring the family there every summer since as far back as I can remember. We’ve been there enough times that the area is easy to
Feb. 2 marked the return to 10 hours of daylight; as a result, Johnson’s seed house is currently brimming with all varieties of microgreens that are lush, healthy and being consumed at a rapid clip at the myriad local restaurants for which she is the supplier.
Still, for many investors, significant concerns remain. Some fear that the advance has been nothing more than a rally in a bear market and the Christmas Eve lows will be revisited. Others fear that stock prices have gone “too far, too fast” and now the market is vulnerable to familiar headwinds such as trade talks, slowing earnings growth rates, a government shutdown, or any other of the recent favorites.
Negative effects will intensify and compound the longer the shutdown continues. If the government were to reopen today, the affect for this quarter would be nearly tripled due to the impact from workers not receiving paychecks.
After starting their family in Floral Park, New York, Dolores and Bill relocated to Lenox in 1966 and purchased the Lenox Twin Maples Bed and Breakfast, which they owned and operated successfully for the next 20 years.
She and her husband started “Sasso Coffee” from their dining room in Brooklyn. They both roasted and ground their own personal blend serving hundreds of German ice cream parlors throughout New York and New Jersey.
The Old Left, had at least the right priorities: they fought against injustice and often won important reforms, many of which become, with the passage of time, accepted by people of all political stripes.