We’ve got a little bit of summer and a little bit of fall this week. For those clinging to the season, we have some great ways to enjoy the best local corn right now. And for those eyeing September’s arrival next week, we’ve got solid advice for parents on how to set up a learning-from-home workspace. Remember, we’ve got all the ways to save your summer at inquirer.com/summer.
Stay healthy, stay safe, and, as much as possible, it’s still a good idea to stay home.
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Here are some of the best ways to keep busy this week, a few selections from our weekly events calendar:
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If you have kids, we don’t need to tell you: Back to school looks very unusual this year. A lot of parents may just have to take the reality of this one day at a time, but here’s a good place to start: Where is your kid going to work? Grace Dickinson gathered some practical tips for getting your kid set up right. Here are some highlights: