Slowly but surely, in fits and starts, New York is coming back to life. Restaurants are re-opening, concerts are playing in the parks and the streets are no longer deserted. In this issue we will explore ways we are returning to joyfulness. Sally Dougan describes a TTN walk through the park, Nancy Gold describes moments of joy and collectively we have compiled a list of recommendations from TTNer’s as they begin to emerge from this frightful time. Read on and enjoy the summer.
Before March 2020 NY felt normal. Then we fell down Alice’s Rabbit Hole (Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland / Through the Looking-Glass) into chaos. Now as we emerge from that scary place, she speaks to what some of us feel…. “I know who I WAS when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then”
Do we emerge from this long, dark period of isolation with confidence or trepidation? Where can we meet? Where can we dine out? What’s fun and safe? We asked fellow TTNer’s for their suggestions.… MORE
The so-called “Dog Days of Summer” came a tad early this year, but it enabled us to continue to perfect the art and convenience of Zoom programming. Two of our best programs ever were June Zoom events. Only one was in-person in June, but more to come as the world opens up.… MORE