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Clem’s Corvette

By Unity Barry¬† Violet Freudlich was old, very old. Arthritis plagued her joints and the thick lenses of her glasses only partially clarified the blurry world through which she moved. But the biggest trial of her existence was Clem, the … Continue reading

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Daniel Greenberg

by Unity Barry Red faced, round bellied and very loud, Daniel Greenberg was a transported, in-your-face New Yorker. He was slightly rumpled, slightly dusty and had a proclivity for wearing plaid shirts that reeked of stale tobacco smoke.¬† Daniel was, … Continue reading

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