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A few years ago I had an opportunity to go to Malta with my S.O. We came upon a restaurant in the capital, Valetta, called “Adesso.” Now, I’d been raised in Italy, and Malta was just great for me because not only did they mostly speak English, but many also spoke Italian. “Adesso” in Italian means “now.” I thought: “Hmmm. Interesting name for a restaurant.” Upon entering, I looked around:




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Patricia Ross

Patricia Ross

Skeptical but not cynical, inclusive but not indiscriminate, old but not done.

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