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Call of the Wild Affects Even the Tame
I had been living in New York city for two decades and indoors was where I lurked, purring like a house cat by the windows of office buildings.
1:43 pm, September 1, 2016
Light of a Dear Friend Never Diminishes
A borrowed book offered a lighted path to consider a friendship.
1:30 pm, September 1, 2016
Not Ready for Retirement; War Paint Helps Wash Away the Gray
Earlier this summer Patti LuPone scored big points at the Goodman Theater in Chicago playing cosmetics titan Helena Rubinstein in a brand new musical...
3:33 pm, August 29, 2016
Travels with Hurricane Bob
Two days before Bob hit, my daughter and I drove down from Cambridge where we lived, to Falmouth. I had my work in a show in Chilmark with fellow...
2:50 pm, August 25, 2016
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Someone's in the Kitchen with Shirley
I received my first cookbook from a college friend in 1947, a few months before I quit school and married Johnny Mayhew.
2:46 pm, August 25, 2016
Together and Separate Along the Hardest Road
Alison L. Mead
The message came through on my cell phone just as I settled into my beach chair at Lucy Vincent on Monday.
5:48 pm, August 18, 2016
From Short Shorts to the Streets Trail of Blueberries Always Sweet
This is blueberry and huckleberry season, and picking Vineyard berries has long been a favorite pastime of mine.
5:45 pm, August 18, 2016
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Goodbye and Good Luck Dear Bus Driver
Frequent bus travelers to and from Boston will soon be missing the familiar greeting from Peter Pan bus driver John Ferreira to “his dear friends.”
5:31 pm, August 18, 2016
Ode to the Road Race
Free the lobsters. A poem inspired by the Chilmark Road Race.
3:35 pm, August 15, 2016
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