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“Peonies” by Debbie Millman

(The Phoenicia Pharmacy window, an eclectic gallery that ranges from a Three Stooges photo to a forgotten film developing sign, displays a chalkboard filled with hand-chalked print that begins, “When I was a little girl, visiting my father’s pharmacy was … Continue reading

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Georganna Millman, Pharmacy Poet

(I wrote this blog before the Hurricane Irene rains flooded Phoenicia. Two days after the storm, Main Street reminded me of a Western when I drove through because the powdery dirt left by the receding water now billowed up in … Continue reading

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