Fall used to be my favorite season. During my years as a student, it marked a fresh start as a new school year got underway. As a denizen of the Northeast, I looked forward to the landscape igniting in color, football games and enjoying apples in all of their incarnations — as cider, sauce and pies. As a fan of Thanksgiving and Christmas, I knew the festivities were just around the corner. Somewhere along the line all that changed, though — and I’m fairly certain I’m ...
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Contact: Desiree Torres Desiree.Torres@penton.com