The American: For Italy & the World
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Often mistaken for a foreigner, Madeline lives in Brooklyn and works in Manhattan.
An early fall day reminds the author of the passage of her two decades in New York City.
The "great" American solar eclipse certainly got more than its fair share of hype, but life-changing it was not.
Oral narration is as old as history, and as compelling, but beware if you make a tale too tall.
An appreciation of life is both sharpened and humbled by a shocking death.
Playing Solitaire isn't about winning or losing, but opening up a pathway into memory lane.