Posted by Anne Taulane | Mar 30, 2021
What We Love
Apple TV’s Ted Lasso is the television equivalent of gooey mac n cheese—it just feels good to consume it. You can’t help but root for the small-time (American) football coach as he attempts to steer a professional soccer team in England with literally no experience. Creator/actor Jason Sudeikis’s Ted Lasso is completely disarming and you can’t help but root for him and his band of misfits. Go ahead and chomp down all 10 episodes of season one because the second season debuts in July and will be here before you know it.
In an effort to better serve the growing community of seniors in the Mercer County region, Capital Health introduced Capital Healthy Living, a new subscription program designed to help seniors enrich their lives, in the comfort of their own homes. For a cost of $50 per month, the Capital Healthy Living subscription service pairs seniors with a Capital Health lifecare manager who arranges services and transportation and schedules appointments. Visit the website to learn more or send questions to HealthyLiving@CapitalHealth.org.
Meg Wolizer has been a literary force for decades. Her recently acclaimed novel, The Wife, was turned into a movie, for which Glenn Close is winning awards. The descriptiveness in her writing is second only to her beguiling characters who stick to the ribs and stay with you long after the final chapter. Her latest book, The Female Persuasion, follows Greer Kadetsky (although she adeptly switches voice to other characters, Faulkner style) as she wades into the Feminist Movement. As it evolves, so too does the heroine, who discovers her own (outside) voice.
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