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Catherine Mintz

More than usual here, but it's a coastal city, so there's always seafood, not that it is inexpensive, mind you.

Mary Osmanski

What I see during Lent are lots of sales of seafood in the supermarkets flyers and lots of seafood specials in restaurant menu inserts.

Catherine Mintz

Look what Christmas turned into. Months of advertisements for presents, food, and liquor. Lent has its own beauties, one of which is it offsets the renewal and abundance of Easter Sunday.


I was delighted to see a local columnist, a decorator, say in her column that she preferred to focus on Lent, rather than Easter, in the season leading up to Easter Sunday. To paraphrase, she said there would be lots of time for colored eggs and candy once Lent was past.

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