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We’re all navigating a weird and troubled pandemic world. Roz Warren says we don’t have to be rude on top of everything else.
Especially when many of us are spending extra time at home, what does being a good neighbor really mean? Roz Warren listens in.
Twenty-one years ago, Roz Warren edited a book called ‘Eat, Drink and Remarry.’ Seven years ago, another author published a novel by the same title. But why did she accuse Roz of theft?
Patrons at a suburban library complained to the staff about who was allowed in the door. Librarian Roz Warren always had the same answer.
For some, pandemic life brings out extra kindness and patience. But as Roz Warren tells it, others are looking for a target for their anger.
After decades behind the circulation desk, Roz Warren didn’t feel safe going back to work in the pandemic.
Roz Warren is grateful for her CARES Act-boosted unemployment check since she was furloughed from her job at her local library. But there’s something else she wants even more.
When you push by Roz Warren without a mask on during your workout, she's tempted to trip you. But she's decided on something a little safer.
The CDC guideline was clear: no non-essential air travel. But Roz Warren didn't have a choice when she got the call from California.
Everybody loves a hug! It's good for you! No so fast. Some folks, like Roz Warren, have been dodging hugs since long before it was the health directive du jour.