Vintage Voice

Unearthing Classic Articles from Previous Issues of The Voice Magazine

Whether you celebrate Easter or just enjoy the longer weekend, we hope you enjoy these vintage nods to the day from a pair of former contributors.

Not to be read when hungry.  Columnist Hazel Anaka describes some of the Orthodox Ukrainian customs she participated in.  “The priest advised that anyone lucky enough to have a chocolate bunny in their basket should eat the ears first so he can’t hear you coming for the rest of him!”  From Where I Sit – Can’t Let It Happen, April 17, 2015.

Before there were Karens.  Kimberley Sanders writes about the stunning rudeness of some café-shop customers.  “I’m keeping statistics now, and although it is by no means scientific, I have noticed that the majority of ‘mean people’ are women around my own age (40-plus).”  Drive-Through Decorum, April 24, 2009.