The shock of Newtown, Conn., is its Norman Rockwell quality. It is a sampler of a place with high-steepled churches and the usual gathering spots - coffee shops and such, and repeated testimonies to the serenity of the town. But what happened there - the sheer horror, the incomprehensible number of victims - tends to obscure how ordinary the death of children by gunshot has become. This is a collective massacre long ignored. Really, guns don't kill people. Apathy does.
Were you SEEN at the 9th annual Sands Casino Hotel employee reunion at Villa Rifici in Absecon on Wednesday night?