Safety First, ‘I Do’s’ Second

For the past year, whenever Aretha Gaskin, a certified civil celebrant in Plainfield, N.J., leaves her home to officiate a wedding, she always makes sure she has more than enough personal protective equipment with her. “The containers of sanitizers in my car is insane,” said Ms. Gaskin, with a laugh. She also keeps sanitizer in…

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In Greece, It’s Almost Normal

The plaster-cast heads of Dionysus were back. The unblinking blue Mati evil eyes and Parthenon refrigerator magnets hung once more outside the souvenir shops of Plaka and Monastiraki, where shopkeepers tended to rows upon rows of leather sandals, silver meander rings, dried spices and Cretan mountain tea. The tourists were back, too, if not quite…

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