With a traumatic brain injury, someone’s life can change in an instant. As the operations manager for Brain Injury Services at Living Resources, Todd Delmarter must find a common humanity with those suffering from these injuries, whose lives he helps start anew.
Betty Spadaro stopped by The Enterprise office while in town last week for the Altamont Fair. Approaching 100, her life has ranged from teaching at the one-room schoolhouse on the Bozenkill to traveling the world.
Fueled by generations of family lore and by a father who was both a writer and a soldier, John Hamlin Gordon II has written his first book, “Liberty’s Flight,” a novel that starts with the Battle of Culloden in Scotland in 1745 and travels, along with its protagonist, to America.
Journalist Lindsey Parietti, an Altamont native, went to Egypt to learn Arabic and stayed for eight years, covering the revolution and co-founding an online newspaper, Mada Masr. She’s now in England, working on a series for the BBC, and has just won a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for her documentary, “Blood Island,” about chimpanzees poached in Africa for medical research by the New York Blood Center and then abandoned on an island without food or water. — Photo from...
Dennis Sullivan likes where non sequiturs lead. His life, with the serendipity of non sequiturs, has veered from a decade as a monk to the quest for reform through restorative justice, always with caring and writing at its center. He writes the Field Notes column published in The Enterprise.