There’s still a risk, but seniors are flooding back to Anchorage Senior Center
You could say our pantries reflect our collective state of mind and the state of the world. They also tell us how we’re recovering from the pandemic years.
For much of the past two years, a lot of us have been isolated from people we know, but also from the world of strangers, from small talk in line for coffee and smiles in the grocery store, and the sense of community that comes with it. That makes acts of kindness more meaningful
Some women who gave birth to pandemic babies in Anchorage hospitals say their transitions to motherhood showed them they were more capable than they imagined.
Orso almost shuttered for good during the pandemic, but an employee’s gamble saved it.
The other side of the isolation of the last two years is the collection of people we’ve hung onto. Wendi Gratrix hung on to her Twitter friends. And they hung onto her, too.
There was a secret I had been carrying since I had COVID-19 in January.
Maya and I made white fish with Moroccan oil and couscous for a special event for Milk Street. Take a look. (Recipe inside)
Here is an essay I wrote on the human impulses that kept us from protecting ourselves during the pandemic.