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Published by Halston Media, 2020-03-05 14:09:38

Yorktown News 03.05.20

Vol. 8 No. 49 Visit TapIntoYorktown.net for the latest news. Thursday, March 5, 2020

BASEBLALLakeland grad
de Marte signs
with Cubs

Most likely to pitch in High A or AA

PHOTO COURTESY OF JONATHAN DE MARTE BY MIKE SABINI “I have been healthy for four or ve
CONTRIBUTING WRITER years now, but obviously, knowing
Jonathan de Marte signs with the cubs on at their Spring Training facility in Arizona on my history, there’s always a little bit of
Wednesday, Feb. 26. Wednesday, Feb. 26 is a day Jonathan worry,” de Marte said. Signing the con-
de Marte won’t soon forget. tract “was a huge weight lifted o my
shoulder, and it was also one of the most
e 2011 Lakeland High School self-ful lling moments of my life. I was
graduate, a right-handed pitcher, signed beyond happy. e excitement that I felt,
a minor-league contract with the Chi- my hand wasn’t literally shaking, but it
cago Cubs’ organization at their spring- was almost like that adrenaline feeling
training o ces in Mesa, Ariz. you get running in from the bullpen,
ready to pitch. at’s how excited I felt.”
e two-time New York Gatorade
Player of the Year, won while pitching WELL TRAVELED ROAD
for the Hornets, has been a battler, over- After high school, de Marte pitched
coming injuries, and playing around the
world in pursuit of his dream: to be a for the University of Richmond, where
Major League Baseball player. he graduated in 2015, then completed
graduate school, while still pitching for
“It was very di cult to hold back a the Spiders, in 2017.
smile,” de Marte said about his signing.
“I knew about it on Friday (Feb. 21), After that, de Marte pitched for the
that was ve days before. But I had to Normal (Illinois) Cornbelters of the
wait for all my physicals, MRIs, X-Rays Frontier League; the York (Pennsylvania)
that they have you do for your rst time. Revolution of the Atlantic League of
Blood work, EKG, all that. So, I had to Professional Baseball; Les Capitales of
keep quiet for ve days, just waiting for de Quebec, of the Canadian-American
the medical stu to pass.”
SEE DE MARTE PAGE 23
For de Marte, it was an exciting but
anxious time.

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Page 2 – Yorktown News TOWN GREEN Thursday, March 5, 2020

The Staff The Tri-State IBM Retirees structure was saved by YLPC from its planned Temple Beth Am is located at 203 Church
destruction, carefully dismantled, and is cur- Pl. Yorktown. For information, please call our
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EDITOR: 914-302-5830 March 26, at the United Methodist Church an arts and education center in Railroad Park. optonline.net.
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BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER uled speaker, Andrew Cavaliere - CLTC, will Yorktown.
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-302-5628
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Insurance; what is the best option now. Social
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winner of a ra e held in association with re- Temple Beth Am Celebrates Purim On All performances begin at 7:30. For tick-
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Thursday, March 5, 2020 Yorktown News – Page 3

Imagine VR Studios located in the Jefferson Valley Mall. Inside Imagine
VR Studios.
PHOTO COURTESY OF NILDA PETROV Someone rides
the VR slide.
Westchester’s first virtual
reality gaming center
opens in Yorktown

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT to enjoy the experience as a family. can relax and socialize in between Riding the
STAFF WRITER With the nearest locations trying out one of six simulators, in- immersive VR ride.
cluding full immersive experiences.
Imagine VR Studios, West- in Rockland County and at the
chester’s rst fully dedicated vir- Danbury Mall in Connecticut, Friday and Saturday nights will
tual reality studio, is making York- the Petrovs decided to open a loca- cater to adults only and will o er,
town its home. tion themselves. e studio o ers under a cover charge, unlimited
two-hour passes along with all-day virtual reality games along with a
e new establishment cel- passes and hosts parties. DJ and wine and beer, making it
ebrated its soft opening on Friday, a new date night spot for every-
Feb. 21, and will be celebrating its “We felt that the community one in town. Petrov said that they
grand opening on Sunday, March had a huge need for places for not are currently in the process of ac-
8, with the warm welcome of local necessarily preschool and elemen- quiring a liquor license and she
o cials and the Yorktown Cham- tary, but for teens,”Petrov said. expects the establishment to have
ber of Commerce. it by April.
Having teens herself, she saw
“We had our options, but we the problems associated with bore- “Having ve kids, babysitting is
just really felt a strong connection dom at home. very expensive,” Petrov said. “You
to Yorktown. We raised our kids either go into White Plains or
here, we’ve been here seven years e entertainment center is New York City for a date and by
and we absolutely love this town,” meant for all ages and families, the time you get back, you’re broke
said co-founder Nilda Petrov. “It though. because you paid your babysitter
really was a labor of love. It took for so many hours.”
us almost a year from the concep- “We wanted to give back to our
tion of the idea to the opening. It community by creating a space Unlike your traditional dinner
gives us so much joy that we can where kids can hang out with and a movie or bowling, Petrov
their friends, have fun and do what said, she wanted to give parents
nally give back to this amazing teenagers do, but also a place that and adults the opportunity to
community.” gamers can come together,” Petrov hang out somewhere fun for two
said. “What better way to reach hours locally and make it back in
e new entertainment hub them than on their own platform? time for bedtime.
bloomed from an idea after she Mom and Dad can jump in on the
gifted her husband Peter, a “te- games and they can play and com- Petrov said there is a virtual re-
chie,” a pair of virtual reality municate with each other through ality activity for everyone and she
goggles. the headsets. What better memo- is excited about seeing people ex-
ries to make with your mom and perience it for the rst time.
He and their ve children were dad than by shooting zombies?”
hooked and began searching for For more information, visit
virtual reality studios in the area Chairs and sofas in the studio www.imaginevrs.com.
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Page 4 – Yorktown News Thursday, March 5, 2020

Yorktown Stage seeks liquor license

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT Yorktown Stage PHOTO: KATHERINE BORCHERT beer and wine at their productions. is is
STAFF WRITER something that’s done at the Paramount,
the impression “it wasn’t going to hap- ing for,” Liebman said. it’s done over in Tarrytown and it just
Barry Liebman, producing director of pen.” Supervisor Matt Slater said o ering adds to the overall experience of being at
the Yorktown Stage, is hoping to bring the Stage and helps them with some rev-
more opportunities to the venue by ex- e pro ts, Liebman said, would ini- wine and beer at the Stage would boost enue, which in hand will go to improving
panding its refreshment o erings. tially cover expenditures to obtain the the overall experience and would allow the Stage and supporting some of the ad-
liquor license, including the ling of the the theater to compete with other the- ditional programming that they are plan-
On Tuesday, Feb. 18, the Town Board application and hiring legal representa- aters in Westchester that o er alcoholic ning on.”
passed a resolution to permit Yorktown tion. Afterward, it would hire a bartender beverages.
Stage to apply for a liquor license. to serve the wine and beer and purchase Abatecola is an associate producer with
the alcoholic beverages. “I’ve said it time and time again, the the Stage.
Liebman said in an interview that Yor- Stage is one of those things I think we
ktown Stage is currently in the process of e pro ts would be shared with the can really turn into something special,” At the Feb. 11 meeting, Councilwom-
obtaining its liquor license from the New town in a landlord-tenant relationship. Slater said in an interview. “Barry Lieb- an Alice Roker brought up the possibility
York State Liquor Authority. man and Augie [Abatecola] have done a of screening black-and-white movies at
“Once all the expenses are paid, if we phenomenal job, but I think it’s about en- Yorktown Stage, which are currently of-
During the Town Board’s work session have a pro t, which we would love to see, hancing the experience. Barry has a num- fered at the Paramount in Peekskill.
on Tuesday, Feb. 11, Liebman and Town the town and Yorktown Stage would be ber of ideas that he and I have discussed
Board members broached their ideas for involved as some kind of partnership for and one of them is allowing them to serve Slater said then and in an interview that
the theater. the proceeds and that’s what we’re hop- the purchase of a projector was previous-
ly budgeted for the theater for $60,000;
Liebman said customers asked about however, the budget line was eliminated
buying alcoholic beverages during a re- from the town’s annual expenditures.
cent comedy show.
He said that he and Liebman have dis-
“We are constantly getting asked the cussed renting a projector from a York-
question, ‘Do you sell beer or wine?’ and town resident who is in the industry and
we’ve been saying, ‘No,’ and we nally has o ered to lend his services.
said, you know what? Maybe there’s a
way,” Liebman said in an interview. “We “We’ve discussed renting a projector
spoke to the Town Board and the super- to see what the community response is
visor said there might be a way, so we’re and if it warrants purchasing a projector,
pursuing that and we think it will make that’s a conversation we can have at the
everybody happy.” appropriate time, when we’re setting our
budgets,” Slater said. “It provides more
Liebman said in the interview that opportunity for people to enjoy the Stage
Yorktown Stage had previously request- and the theater, which is just such a great
ed information about obtaining a liquor part of our community.”
license but had not tried to obtain one
because the venue’s operators were under

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Yorktown alum brings new program Town Board briefs

to Westchester Community College e following are happenings sion to discuss updates to

from February Town Board the code and fee schedule.

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT ence,” Strauber said. “ ose will be on-site and at meetings: Solar Law
STAFF WRITER historic sites within Westchester. I’d love to tell you
exactly which historic sites but we haven’t nalized Building Fee Director of Planning John
Yorktown High School alumni and college pro- arrangements yet, but we are talking to historic sites Schedule Tegeder and Supervisor
fessor Alan Strauber has brought a new history that are well known in the county and they are en-
certi cation program to Westchester Community thusiastic about having students work there.” Matt Slater discussed revi-
College.
Strauber said that the eldwork courses will be- Building Inspector John sions to the solar law to al-
e Historic Preservation Certi cate Program is gin in the summer and he hopes more courses will
o ered at the Center for the Digital Arts Peekskill be o ered. Landi asked permission low additional solar projects
Extension Center and gives students a new oppor-
tunity to learn about architecture, historic preserva- e program is not like taking college credit from the Town Board to re- in town. Currently, the Town
tion and o ers hands-on work in the eld. classes, but more like pursuing professional cer-
ti cation, Strauber said. He also said that anyone view the building fee sched- Code only allows solar addi-
“It’s something that’s been needed,” Strauber trying to further their knowledge in historic pres-
said.“WCC is a community college and in a unique ervation is welcome and it can advance careers in ule. tions to a residential house
position to o er something like this. is is the only historic site management and research, masonwork,
Historic Preservation Certi cate Program o ered bricklaying and woodworking, but he has already Landi said the fee sched- or commercial building.
at any community college in New York State.” encountered people with a wide range of back-
grounds in his class. ule is “too generalized” and Tegeder said he would
e program comprises four courses: Introduc-
tion to Historic Preservation, American Architec- “We’re looking to ll a need for this historic pres- he would like to take a look like to reintroduce the dis-
tural History and Preservation Field Work I and II. ervation education in New York State,” Strauber
said. “ is is our rst semester doing it and given at other municipalities that cussion and have it included
Strauber, who teaches history as an adjunct pro- the high level of response we’ve gotten, we are very
fessor at Westchester Community College and optimistic that this is going to make a contribution use sliding-scale fee sched- on future Town Board agen-
Marist College and has worked with the state to the state.”
to spearhead e orts to save the Hoyt House in ules based on values of con- das to review the law again.
Dutchess County, said that the program has re- He said he hopes people take away a deeper un-
ceived a positive reception, with one class full for derstanding of historic preservation to ful ll em- struction. He said his next step would
the start of the semester. ployment needs of historic sites in the state, and
what better place to learn and look than in the Landi said that according be to take into account com-
He and his colleagues have also been working Hudson Valley.
with local historical sites in the Hudson Valley to to the town code, the build- ments that are made and
conduct the eldwork. Enrollment for the spring semester is over but
summer courses will be announced soon on the ing department currently make proposed changes
“One of the key components of this and part of Westchester Community College website, suny-
the philosophy for having the program is that stu- wcc.edu. charges $1 per square foot to based on that feedback.
dents also get broad, hands-on historic site experi-
install a roof and the mini- e code now doesn’t ad-

mum charge for a building dress solar panels; they are

permit is $300. seen as an accessory use,

Supervisor Matt Slater much like generators.

asked Town Attorney Adam Councilwoman Alice Ro-

Rodriguez to work on a fee ker proposed taking a road

schedule with Landi and trip to see a solar farm in

asked to see an analysis of person, to which Tegeder

other towns’ fee schedules. and Slater agreed.

He recommended after re-

viewing that data that Landi SEE BRIEFS PAGE 17
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Thursday, March 5, 2020 Yorktown News – Page 7

Par-3 golf course takes another swing at development

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT ment, the Planning Board, the visit is contingent on obtaining permit in the rst week of March. park and ride” facility.
STAFF WRITER
town engineer and the superin- the DEC permit. Martorano said they’ve also He said the project will be

tendent of recreation to obtain a “I don’t have a speci c date, but been making progress on other presented to the Planning Board

More than a year ago, pro- DEC wetlands permit. in an ideal world, March would be aspects such as a site plan applica- on Monday, March 23.

posed plans for a new 9-hole, After the DEC permit is ob- the time,” Martorano said. “We’re tion, an environmental assessment He also said in an interview

3-par golf course seemed to be tained, the developers can work hoping this hiccup that we’ve had and a stormwater, wetland and with Yorktown News that he

taking shape, replacing the pre- on a tree mitigation plan as well doesn’t prolong the development tree permit packet and a parking hoped the course will have its

viously existing Shallow Creek as a parking plan. of the course longer than it has plan. soft opening in three months.

Golf Course located on Route Representatives of Arnold been. ey lost a good month of “ ey’ve made serious headway “June 1 is a possibility for the

6. e project was shut down by Palmer Design Co., a rm hired setup time.” with the parking plan and it ts place to have a soft opening with

the state when it was discovered by RC Recreation Develop- He said that he and Town En- within the town code for the spe- a driving range capability and

necessary permits were missing. ment, are also expected to visit gineer Mike Quinn have submit- cial code for the par-3 golf course,” a restaurant, also contingent,”

Now seems to be getting back the course this month to begin ted the necessary paperwork to the Martorano said. “ e town calls Martorano said. “RC Recreation

on track. a new design. However, Parks DEC. Quinn said at the Tuesday, for 48 spots in that space; they Development is going through

Until his death in 2017, the and Recreation Superintendent Feb. 25,Town Board work session have a plan for 50 spots and that’s the planning process. at’s

project was under the direction James Martorano Jr. said the that he expected to receive the not taking into consideration the where it is now.”

of Rocco Cambareri, who estab-

lished RC Recreation Develop- Come join

ment, a nonpro t organization, THE FUN 8March
to transform the town-owned
12-acre property into the new under the tents!
golf course with an on-site res-
taurant.

His partner, Larry Nussbaum,
continued with the project in
memory of Cambareri and in
April 2018, the Town Board
voted to extend the town’s agree-
ment with RC Recreation De-

velopment until 2028 to operate St Patrick’s Parade Special Menu
and develop the course.

Yorktown Recreation Com- IRISH BREAKFAST STARTING AT 8 ALL DAY!
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pleted by last summer. Concert With THE
AFTER HAPPY CRABS
But the project was halted
and the state Department of

Environmental Conservation is-

sued a citation to the town for MUSIC LINEUP—• March 7 - Mahopac’s own SLOWBURN
proceeding without a permit for
development in a wetlands.

“We have an issue because

New York DEC has basically

come in and come down on the • March 8 & March 14 - THE HAPPY CRABS
town and the applicant for not

having a proper permit in place Largest selection • March 18 - LIVE BLUES BAND
for them to do some of their for our Blues & Brews night special
work,” Supervisor Matt Slater

said in an interview. “It’s an is- of Craft Beer and • March 21 - Crossfire
sue and when it was raised, it Liquor around!
was clear that we had to g-

ure out a path forward and so

we quickly pulled together our

building inspector, our town en-

gineer, our town planner and our

parks superintendent and we put Weekly musical events
a path forward trying to get [RC including freestyle nights
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A eory of Everything Happily Ever After

T oday, my they interact
college
classmate, MY are dictated by
Pat, sent me a PERSPECTIVE what is called the

quantum theory.
JAMES
text from Hawaii. MARTORANO is is called
Visiting Hawaii “the standard

had always been theory” which,

on her bucket list. with the recent

Consistent with discovery of “the

the person I’ve known for over half Higgs boson”was considered a com-

a century, Pat is fearless and unre- plete theory. us, it appears that we

lentingly positive as she persists in have answered the questions of what

the face of stage-four colon cancer. exists and what does it do. And,

is trip, or her “last hurrah”as she assuming we’ve actually answered

phrased it, made me wonder what these two questions, one philosopher Ear bling

I would do if I knew, like her, that I scientist,Tim Maudlin of New York

only had a few more months to live. University, also asserts that we’ve

As odd as it might sound, I think solved the problem of reality. But, I’ve been looking forward to
the month of March! Five
I would rather spend my nal weeks not so fast! e standard theory is of my spring session writ- READING, each month to women’s
WRITING & shelters in Westchester. At
trying to wrap up one of my favorite silent when it comes to explaining a vulnerable time in their

intellectual pursuits: developing a dark matter and dark energy. And CHOCOLATE lives, receiving a pair of

theory of everything. I’ve long won- what about the age-old problem of ing classes start this month,

dered how the universe came about, gravity? Einstein’s general theory of and of course, I get to celebrate KIM earrings can make women
my birthday. I can nally stop KOVACH arriving in a shelter feel
whether it has to be this way, and relativity does not t the standard wearing my red eece winter that someone cares about

how we got here. theory at all. While we understand

My curiosity is not unique. e gravity, it plays by di erent rules hat and put in my colorful them. Some earrings are

desire to understand reality is part of than those described by the standard beaded hand-made earrings. I also given to Dress for

our nature. Over the past 200 years, theory. As a prominent scientist actually made several pairs of beaded earrings at Success programs helping women learn how

physicists have led the scienti c quest recently suggested: if the standard earring workshops run by Joan Lloyd. to prepare and dress for job interviews. “A little

to nd fundamental answers to these theory gives us chess, then Einstein’s I contacted Joan to ask about her upcoming bling for ladies who need it,” says Joan.

very questions. One scientist recently theory gives us backgammon. spring earring workshops. A long-time York- Bling’s the ing has become Joan Lloyd’s

compared our e orts to a person I nd it fascinating that the two town resident, Joan started o ering Bling’s the mission over these last ten years and going

observing a chess match without any major theories give us precisely ing earring craft workshops at local libraries strong. She even o ers daytime, evening and

knowledge of how to play chess. So opposite views for what reality looks ten years ago. Joan had heard a radio segment weekend earring crafting workshops for birth-

are we, as we observe our universe like. Quantum theory sees reality as about a woman who made jewelry to donate day parties, baby showers and scout meetings.

and try to deduce its rules. tiny invisible chunks while relativ- to local domestic violence shelters. Since Joan An energetic woman of many interests, Joan

In developing a theory of every- ity envisions it to be smooth and enjoyed making beaded earrings, she decided was a volunteer EMT for 25 years in Yorktown

thing, there is so much to consider: continuous. As a result, situations to o er earring making workshops at local and Mohegan, a middle school teacher in the

space, time, matter, energy, forces, where both theories are in play, such libraries with this concept: for every pair of Lakeland Schools and a designer and program-

consciousness, and even abstract as black holes, the big bang, or tiny earrings participants make for themselves, they mer of computer systems at IBM. In her free

ideas. How can we even begin to particles in gravitational elds, yield also make one pair of earrings to donate to a time, Joan knits and crochets, is the author of

gure this out? One way is to follow contradictory interpretations. So, for women’s shelter. several ction and non ction books, and serves

the lead of scientists who have uni- us to get anywhere, our primary task Joan is upbeat and super organized. She as the Treasurer of the Friends of the Library

formly sought a uni cation of ideas. is to gure out how to unify these brings a fantastic selection of colorful wood, at John C. Hart Library in Shrub Oak. “I keep

Sir Isaac Newton uni ed the idea of two interpretations of reality. glass, acrylic and plastic beads in di erent sizes re-de ning myself,” laughs Joan.

a falling apple with passage of the Scientist Carlo Rovelli at Aix and shapes along with sliver-tone and gold-tone I can personally attest to the feeling of ac-

Moon around the Earth. 19thcen- Marseille University in France hooks and wires. Each participant is given the complishment and camaraderie at Bling’s the

tury scientists uni ed the concept agrees,“So what’s needed is sticking two tools needed (twirlers and squeezers) to ing earring workshops. For me, it feels like

of electricity and magnetism into a the pieces together. We are search- put the earrings together. e bead selection a modern version of a quilting bee. People are

single force: electromagnetism. In ing for a coherent way of thinking changes constantly and Joan makes sure there sitting around long tables with their beads and

the 20th Century, a strong nuclear in light of what we know.”Rovelli’s is always something new in stock. Her instruc- crafting tools, happy and relaxed and sharing

force was discovered which holds directive is easier said than done. In tions and assistance make rst-timers and non- design ideas. Participants feel proud to wear

together the nuclei and the weak fact, some scientists have suggested crafty people feel like jewelry designers! their handiwork, gift something hand-made to

force producing radioactivity. that we stop trying to gure out the Joan’s Bling’s the ing earring workshops family and friends and donate hand-made ear-

By the middle of the 20th century, ‘true’nature of reality and focus on at local libraries draw people of all ages –from rings for a good cause.

physicists had concluded that they building a set of models that de- teens who need community service credit to In March, Joan will be o ering her earring

had at least identi ed the funda- scribe the physical phenomenon that commuters who want a fun relaxing craft expe- workshops at libraries in Somers, Mount Kisco

mentals of our universe, namely we observe. Scientist Anna Ijjas at rience after work and seniors who enjoy a new and Shrub Oak.To nd dates and locations for

particles and quantum elds. e the Max Planck Institute for Gravi- daytime activity. Workshop participants feel upcoming workshops please visit Bling’s the

particles are the matter and energy tational Physics has proposed that good about doing something nice for someone ing on Facebook.

around us, while the quantum elds we consider the Hour Glass model else in the community. Joan likes to say, “For

are responsible for the forces, which when contemplating the beginning every pair they donate, it’s a smile for a woman Kim Kovach teaches ction and creative non ction

govern how they interact. Scien- SEE MARTORANO PAGE 12 in a shelter.” writing for adults, as well as creative writing classes

tists agree that the rules by which Joan packs up and mails 900 pairs of earrings for children and teens. www.kimkovachwrites.com

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Thursday, March 5, 2020 OPINION Yorktown News – Page 9

Home Alone

MAN cars and neon signs, it turned but when he got to L-M-N-O-P Cs, tell me what you think of warning, so I warn him not to
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LETTERS Problem could be the
husband, not the teacher
Rearview politics sued the former Republican majority council in
Supreme Court preventing their last minute at- Dear Dr. Linda, STRONG
To the editor: tempt to close Town Hall as a decades long voting I’m a senior citizen who is LEARNING
Has partisan politics reared it’s ugly head again location in the last days of the 2018 election. By all
accounts Quest did a good job for the past 14 years taking classes to learn German. DR. LINDA
in Yorktown by the removal of Diana Quast, volunteering her time in her Park’s position. Slater I’m actually enjoying it. at is, SILBERT
Democratic Yorktown Town Clerk from her long stated that he wanted to take Yorktown’s Parks in a I was until the other day when
time volunteer position on the Parks and Recre- di erent direction. Perhaps more concrete and less I tried out my German on my What happened to you happens
ation Commission. Instead of following up on Su- trees? Looks like the political honeymoon is over husband—whose native language to students every day. Learning
pervisor Matt Slater’s promises of having Yorktown for Slater and his visionary campaign promises is German—and asked him what new things is hard for everyone.
look forward to the future has the Republican have been replaced by petty politics. he wanted for his birthday. Some things are harder for some
majority council which Slater leads instead focused more than others. If signi cant
on its rearview mirror. Is Diana Quast removal Robert Je reys I have to admit that it was excit- others in the lives of students,
just political payback for her having successfully ing for me that I was able to put whether it’s Mom, Dad, a teach-
Yorktown a few sentences together, but my er—or a spouse—criticizes them,
excitement was quickly quashed are sarcastic or even makes fun of
Law Firm of by his response.“Your accent is them, their feelings of self-worth
horrible and you’re speaking so can be a ected. Especially when
Tracy Christen Reimann slowly. How long have you been we’re young, our self-esteem,
JD, LLM, P.C. going to those classes? I’d ask for and our resultant self-con dence
If you are in one of these situations… my money back!”I felt as if I had comes from our perceptions of
I just lost a parent. just been punched in the stomach. what signi cant others think of us
My spouse has been diagnosed and our abilities. Yet, sometimes
with Alzheimer’s. At this point, I want to drop out with the best of intentions, parents
My special needs child is turning 18. of the class. ose comments took and teachers say things to children
I just inherited a family business. away every bit of enjoyment for and teens that are negatively per-
or another... me in learning German. Maybe ceived by those children and teens.
he’s right. Maybe I’m not good at
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• Real Estate • Business Formation, Sale & Purchase I’m weak if I drop out of some- enthusiasm of the person they’re
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Overwhelmed at what happened.
Congratulations on learning
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takes. What matters is that we’re can’t easily roll her “r’s.”)
learning.
“You’re speaking so slowly!”
Just think about it. You were Is that true? Probably, but that’s
able to recall words you hadn’t
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One morning we woke up and wondered if they o ered e Big Sick the results.
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was sick. He wasn’t or aromatherapy for pet owners TRACY on the dog and it’s going to be “Fine, ne?” I said.
only merely sick. He was really while they waited for updates. BECKERMAN expensive,” I told him. “Yup,” she said. “Must have
most sincerely sick. At rst, we It was possible that such
thought he might have eaten services existed, but I assumed they had a de brillator handy “How much?” he said. just eaten something that dis-
something that disagreed with it was only for owners of elite because when I saw the number, I gave him the number. ere agreed with him.”
him, but then, after two days of dogs like Bavarian Mountain I was pretty sure I was going to was a long stretch of silence
unmentionable dog symptoms Hounds and Tibetan Masti s. have a heart attack. It appeared on the other end of the phone “ at was my original diagno-
on our various rugs, we decided that I had a choice between run- and I waited for some indica- sis.” I said shaking my head. “I
we should bring him to the vet. “His temperature is normal, ning the tests on the dog or buy- tion that my husband was still should have been a vet.”
Naturally, by the time this hap- and he doesn’t seem to be in any ing an island in the Caribbean. conscious.
pened it was the weekend and pain when I press his abdomen,” “OK,” he nally said. “Let “It’s a tough job,” she smiled.
the vet’s o ce was closed, so we the vet told me as she examined I called my husband. them do whatever they need to. “But the money’s good.”
had to bring him to a doggie ER the dog. I’ll call the bank and see if we
instead. can get a second mortgage.” Want more Monty? My dog
“Well, that sounds good,” I One x-ray, a battery of blood Monty has his own Instagram
Unlike the time when I went said. tests, and a veterinary bill that account now and he’s posting some
into the emergency room while could choke a horse later, we had great pics. You can follow him at @
I was in labor with my daughter “But he could have a parasite MontyWearsBoxerShorts.
in the suburbs, nobody o ered or an obstruction or something
Monty a wheelchair, valet park- else,” she said. “We should run HELP WANTED
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DR. LINDA that you’re proud of how well MELEN e same thing happens with If people just hang out by
you’re doing. And continue your pigeons if you don’t feed them: themselves at home all the time,
FROM PAGE 10 classes, looking to your instructor FROM PAGE 9 you don’t see them around as where are new actual experiences
and fellow students for feedback much. And that’s what will hap- going to come from? We’ll be left
normal. You haven’t been taking about how well you’re doing. much more complicated, and pen to your favorite eating and with a post-apocalyptic, dystopian
classes long enough to be uent. there are points on your license, drinking establishments if you world where writers have only
If your husband’s remarks still and enough for two eld goals is don’t show up in person once in a old perceptions to draw from, or
“How long have you been leave you feeling more than an NOT winning score. while. Places where people have things they found out about on
going to those classes? I’d ask for understandable level of disap- traditionally congregated will the internet but never actually did.
my money back!”You probably pointment that he is unable to Are people just staying home dwindle, and we’ll be left with a On the plus side, the internet is
interpreted that to mean that you provide appropriate emotional and watching Net ix? I know it’s homogenized tri ing of chain res- probably the best place to meet
chose a poor teacher or you’re stu- support for your attempts to tempting to laze around in your taurants and bars with that awful a crazy future ex-girlfriend, and
pid because you’re not speaking learn, contact a quali ed psycho- pajamas, glued to an episode of canned subscription service music she won’t know you’re wearing
German up to his standards. therapist to help you build up “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”You don’t that sounds like someone stepped pajamas unless you tell her. If you
your con dence and realistically have to wash your hair, nd appro- on a cat over and over with a lot don’t get out of the house soon
• Is your instructor a poor teach- assess your skills. priate footwear, nd a babysitter or of reverb added to it. And then you might just be the crazy future
er? Could be, but if you’re enjoying talk to anyone more challenging people will lose their ability to ex-boyfriend.
the class and are progressing at a Or perhaps consider a marriage than the cat. You don’t have to to argue about sports on a casual
speed that you can see, it’s working counselor. I’ll bet this isn’t the rst spend any money or get gas for basis. And people won’t meet as Join Rick and Trillium on Friday,
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FROM PAGE 8 calculations dictate that the prior Einstein Institute in Potsdam Ger-
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