Local community members share their outlooks on the news, events and personal challenges in 90 second essays. To learn more, visit https://www.northernpublicradio.org/topic/Perspectives
Perspective: Science Could Use A Few Laughs
Perspectives author David Gunkel takes one small step onto the standup stage — and one giant leap out of his comfort zone.
Perspective: Pandemic Knitting
Perspective author Rosie Klepper learns knitting can be an aerobic activity.
Perspective: What We Can Learn From Our 'New Normal'
Connie Seraphine's Perspective — June 17, 2021
Perspective: Dads, We Salute You
Another Father’s Day is upon us. While it won’t get the commercial hype Mother’s Day receives, it’s still an important day of remembrance.
I woke up at 4 a.m. and went to my screened-in porch to read, but I gave up a few minutes later. The birdsong was so loud, I couldn't focus on my novel.
Perspective: Trees And Leaves
Many years ago a man looked at the bare trees of late November and said to me, "The leaves won't come back for half a year." He was miserable about it. But now they have come back. The oaks and maples are no longer denuded. "Spring has sprung," as the poet said, "and the grass is ris. I wonder where the birdies is."