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NONFICTION: A Norwegian writer, out of touch with the out-of-doors, spends one night a month camping in the forest. "A Year in the Woods" by Torbjørn Ekelund, translated from the Norwegian by Becky L. Crook; Greystone (264 pages, $24.95) ——— We believe that expeditions should be grand, Torbjørn Ekelund notes in his memoir, "A Year in the Woods." But sometimes life doesn't allow for long ...

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Even though Mary Helen Wissinger has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 since the spring, she avoids indoor dining and going inside public spaces when they appear crowded or the parking lot seems full. The 67-year-old volunteer church secretary is still social distancing to some degree, choosing curbside pickup at big-box stores and takeout at restaurants. “I just try to be overly ...

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A heat wave that drives you to the shore, warm water temperature that draws you to the surf and a yellow flag “for moderate rip currents” that hints at danger, but doesn’t prevent you from swimming: These conditions can prove to be a dangerous, even deadly combination, according to research by the National Weather Service.

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From his unfinished basement to living rooms around the state, Southern Regional High School’s Bill Smith took middle school students on a tour of the Underground Railroad in a new educational program that debuted this week on public access television.

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