As the Spy has pointed out in a recent editorial, the country and our region will be facing an unprecedented moment in history when many meetings, performances, schools and other gatherings will temporarily come to an halt. To help with this unexpected slow down, each day for the next thirty days The Spy will share with our readers suggestions from our long list of writers and friends on how to pass the time as the country and the Mid-Shore endure social isolation.
Today is Spy reader Jack Scoville:
Read: Late Night Thoughts on Listening to Mahler’s Ninth Symphony by Lewis Thomas
Watch: Breaking Away
Listen: Listening Booth: 1970 by Marc Cohn
Cook: Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
Outing: Drive to Elliot Island
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