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Piedmont Voices: Post Office Woes, Children's Speech Therapy

Bloggers who live or work in Piedmont and nearby neighborhoods explore the area in words and photos.

An East Bay family resolved to go for a year without buying anything new except absolute necessities like food and toiletries. But what do you do when the toaster gives out? Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons.
An East Bay family resolved to go for a year without buying anything new except absolute necessities like food and toiletries. But what do you do when the toaster gives out? Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons.
Piedmont Patch has an active and varied group of local bloggers who write about issues ranging from real estate to local artists. Here's a look at some of the past week's posts by talented bloggers who live or work in Piedmont or nearby.

Welcome to Isn’t S P E E C H Grand?

Do you have concerns about your child's speech or language development? Tanya Verdoljak Loker, M.A., CCC-SLP, a California-licensed speech-language pathologist in the Grand Lake area, is a new blogger on Piedmont Patch. In her introductory post, she provides parents with guidelines on major milestones in children's language development from birth to 5 years old.

Post Office Woes - Part One

Piedmont Avenue blogger Ruby Long wonders why the "service" in Postal Service seems to be getting worse, and why mail is sometimes delivered in unmarked cars.

Week 2: Everything Breaks At Once - But Do We Need It?

In the second installment of "A Year of Living Simply," an East Bay family finds their resolution to avoid buying anything new except absolute necessities is challenged in the kitchen and on the road. 

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