Much has been lost, or at least greatly overshadowed at times, in the regular news cycle over the past 2 1/2 months. We owe that, of course, to the daily deluge of information tied to the pandemic.
Usually, summertime is a great time for blockbuster movie releases. This year, however, promises to be much different.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, we have foregone our longstanding "Morons of the Month" feature, instead focusing on positive contributions in battling COVID-19.
We're coming up to one my favorite holidays. May 28 is National Hamburger Day, which is always a cause for celebration.
The longer this self-quarantining continues to drag on, the more I am finding myself revisiting an old friend. Since we spend most of our time these days in some manor of informal lockdown, I have been watching an extraordinary amount of television.
Mike Drew, 48, grew up in Quincy and has three great teenagers — Kaitlyn, Zach and Zoe. He is the director for the West Central Area Agency on Aging which oversees many programs for seniors including Meals on Wheels, in-home care, housing, elder abuse investigation and Medicare/Medicaid assistance.
This pandemic thing has obviously affected our lives in numerous ways, ranging from social distancing to self-quarantining, but one area that may not have crossed many minds is that of baby names.