When life gives you a pandemic, you tell pandemic stories. Here’s our collection of tales of weddings far from Plan A, community members serving those in need and more.

Generosity Turns to Laughter

July/August Issue

The secret to living is giving, the Seligson family will tell you. Here’s how you can join them in their work with Little Hands Serving Hearts to do just that no matter your age.



Witnessing the Beast

September/October 2020

COVID-19’s trail of devastation has creeped into homes around us, wreaking havoc in some and lightly touching others. Here’s how.

Immeasurably More: A Quarantine Wedding

May/June Issue

Lindsay Westlake and Jim Trucks’s wedding didn’t go as planned with the rise of COVID-19, but it came with just as much rejoicing. Read more of their story.

A Time Like None Other

July/August Issue

Restaurateurs shared how they adapted their operations in quarantine—and about the acts of generosity that helped carry them through. Read what they had to say.

How Crestline Bagel Helped Feed Health Care Workers

July/August Issue

To learn more about the ups and downs of the bagel business in quarantine, we chatted with the COO Kendra Robinson about it all. See the interview here.

Dear Class of 2020

July/August Issue

Senior year might have ended abruptly and robbed of many traditions, but there was much to reflect on for this class. Here’s what they had to share.