Kathy Salerno

Kathy Salerno is a product of the town of Eastchester, impossibly located in the county of Westchester, N.Y. She has twin interests (which is not surprising, since she herself is an identical twin): speech-language pathology and writing things for people to enjoy. She hopes to becomes better at doing and juggling both of these things (and also juggling, generally). In her spare time, she acquires advanced degrees.

History Comes Alive at Colonial Williamsburg, Brooklyn! See the past come out and say, "Hey ... what's up?" at Colonial Williamsburg, Brooklyn! Here are just some of the too-cool-for-the-museum attractions ...
Please Be Allowing Me to Tell You About My Kiosk, Which Sells 'Weird Al' Yankovic Caftans, Kilts, and Yarmulkes! Hello, and welcome to my kiosk at the Spring Valley Mall! It is called WACKY! WACKY is an anagram of word for “Weird Al Caftans, Kilts, and Yarmulkes!” This is because I sell caftans, kilts, and yarmulkes applied with the...

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