April 22, 2020
By Paula Baysinger Morhardt
You might hear a few yelps, and then, neighbors emerge from their homes and join in, forming a chorus of howls that echo through the night to end the day of isolation in a show of solidarity. From California to Colorado to Georgia to New York, Americans are howling each night at 8 p.m. in their time zone to communicate with the rest of the neighborhood, and from there the entire nation, that we are in this together.
The daily howlers are connected by a Facebook group called, simply, Go Outside and Howl at 8pm. The group, formed by Brice Maiurro and Shelsea Ochoa,...