Jacqueline Smith, The Middletown Press

Jacqueline Smith

The Middletown Press

Danbury, CT, United States

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Recent:
  • The Middletown Press
  • Register Citizen
Past:
  • The News-Times
  • Inside Scoop SF

Recent articles by Jacqueline:

Jacqueline Smith: What’s in your beach book bag this summer?

Hearst Connecticut readers reveal what book they're reading this summer and why they like it. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: What’s in your beach book bag this summer?

Hearst Connecticut readers reveal what book they're reading this summer and why they like it. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: It's about time we all learn about Juneteenth

Had you heard of Juneteenth and the Greenwood district of Tulsa until recently? Me neither. About time we did. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Fighting the unseen coronavirus and racism

Our time of isolation brought appreciation for connection. Now that must be channeled to make life more just for all. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: ‘One more cry for justice among the thousands and thousands’

Orange rocks and shells across the state carry messages against hate, gun violence and for understanding. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Author tries to market latest book in a pandemic

Allia Zobel Nolan's trail of 150-plus books started with a newspaper op-ed. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: A different sort of Memorial Day weekend

No parades, no big family picnics while we deal with the still-deadly coronavirus pandemic → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Emerging from life during the pandemic

Readers speak out on feeling safe as the state reopens and reflect on what they learned from the lockdown. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Exploring why the pandemic makes us want to bake

It's about more than comfort or a notion of self-preservation. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Exploring why the pandemic makes us want to bake

It's about more than comfort or a notion of self-preservation. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: From rugged individualism to interconnection

Forced to be apart, we have become closer. That is the paradox of the pandemic. The stay-at-home mantra since mid-March has altered views on relationships in ways that could define a generation. Removed from the daily distractions and reduced to the elemental - Will I get the virus? Will I die? - we've realized in a new light the importance of our families, our friends, and our communities. We… → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: From rugged individualism to interconnection

Forced to be apart, we have become closer. That is the paradox of the pandemic. The stay-at-home mantra since mid-March has altered views on relationships in ways that could define a generation. Removed from the daily distractions and reduced to the elemental - Will I get the virus? Will I die? - we've realized in a new light the importance of our families, our friends, and our communities. We… → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: How to stay sane in coronavirus gloom

Things could always be worse - a Godzilla-sized frog could be lurking behind your house. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: How to stay sane in coronavirus gloom

Things could always be worse - a Godzilla-sized frog could be lurking behind your house. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Help your local literary salons survive pandemic

Bookstores are more than a business; they connect the community and need our support now. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Widening the world made smaller by the coronavirus

Word combinations and delightful images breathe freshness into worrisome days. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Connecting with nature and each other despite coronavirus

Nature is indifferent to human suffering - and that is reassuring. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: On the coronavirus front line with the Lunch Ladies

Across the state, school cafeteria workers and volunteers risk their health to make sure students can still eat. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: On the coronavirus front line with the Lunch Ladies

Across the state, school cafeteria workers and volunteers risk their health to make sure students can still eat. → Read More

Jacqueline Smith: Fears and faith in the time of coronavirus

As we go into week three of the 'new normal,' how to cope with the close reality of the virus. → Read More