After over a year of Zoom meetings, director Charles Gaeta and others in Lynn Housing Authority and Neighborhood Development are fed up with video conferencing and yearning to meet in person. (Julia Hopkins)
It seems the biggest issue that people have with Zoom is cosmetic. They just don’t like looking at themselves. “You see every blemish,” says Kathleen Walsh, president and CEO of…
Steve KrauseSteve Krause is the Item’s writer-at-large. He joined paper in 1979 as a copy editor and later created a music column, called Midnight Ramblings, which ran through 1985. After leaving the paper for a year, he returned in 1988 as a reporter and editor in sports. He became sports editor in 1998; and was named writer-at-large in 2018.
Krause won awards for writing in 1985 from United Press International; in 2001 from the Associated Press; and again in 2020 from the New England Newspaper & Press Association. He is a member of the Harry Agganis Foundation Hall of Fame, a past winner of the Moynihan Lumber Scholar-Athlete Community Service Award, and was the 2012 recipient of the Jack Grinold Media Award for MasterSports, an organization that conducts high school and college coaches’ clinics. He lives in Lynn, is active on Facebook, and can be found on Twitter @itemkrause.