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A Must Read for Skiers: Spalding Gray’s It’s a Slippery Slope

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I miss Spalding Gray. I never knew him personally, but I loved what he wrote. I also miss... Read More »

A Night at the Oscars

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I always watch the Oscars and it usually gets me to thinking about Georgia at this time of... Read More »

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Links

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When I drove down to the Elizabeth Moss Gallery in the Falmouth, Maine, Shopping Center, the show I... Read More »

A Prayer on the Day After Christmas

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The time between Christmas and New Year’s is a silent time, a time of grateful stillness. At least... Read More »

A Relaxing Vacation

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With a week and a half off to play, I hoped to trek across New England and ski... Read More »

A Stash of Perfection

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With a frost warning up, last week I picked all the tomatoes left on the vines. And I... Read More »

A Strawberry Homecoming

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Yesterday, friends came over for supper. Our main course was to be strawberry shortcake. It’s strawberry season here... Read More »

A Summer Flower Show

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As I sit here at the keyboard, my backyard view is of gardens punctuated by deep red bee... Read More »

A Tart and a Riot

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First, on the matter of last week’s ricotta tart, I did make it and the reviews were mixed.... Read More »

A Taste of Positano

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Oh, the weather. It’s that time of year in New England when, you know, you could stick a... Read More »

A Tip to Conquer Icy Ski Trails

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You are at the top of a double black diamond–your favorite trail after the groomers lay down fresh... Read More »

A Toothy Tale From Nantucket

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I started my week off in the dentist’s chair — not the best way to begin. I really... Read More »

A Victorian Christmas

Imagine the warmth of a candlelit sanctuary welcoming you into the joy of Christmas. Worshippers in period costume... Read More »

A Victorian Christmas

Imagine the warmth of a candlelit sanctuary welcoming you into the joy of Christmas. Worshippers in period costume... Read More »

A Visit to Berlin

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On Wednesday I went up to Berlin, New Hampshire, to give a talk. I’ve been giving these talks... Read More »

A Week in the Life of the Food Editor

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Racking up the miles and the calories is part and parcel of this job, and I confess: I... Read More »

A Writer’s Holiday

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These national holidays — Labor Day, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Martin Luther King’s Birthday — are an... Read More »

Abandoned Buildings, Manicured Grounds

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There is an old farmhouse on the edge of the town where I live that has stood forlorn... Read More »

Abstraction Based on Observation

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Jon Imber spends part of the year in the city and part of the year in a small... Read More »

African-American Art in Maine

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Maine is not only white with snow this time of year, racially it is also one of the... Read More »

After the Ice

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It took a force of nature unlike what most of us had seen before to change the subject.... Read More »

Alpin Hong

Pianist Alpin Hong has been called “Victor Borge, Horowitz, and Billy Joel all in one” for his unique... Read More »

American Brass Quintet

A groundbreaking ensemble that has been at the vanguard of brass chamber music since its founding in 1960,... Read More »

American Crossroads: David Bromberg, David Hidalgo, & Larry Campbell

David Bromberg – The first to successfully meld blues, country, bluegrass, gospel, Dixieland jazz, folk and rock into... Read More »

Amy Helm

A dynamic singer and talented songwriter blessed with legendary rock and roll blood (her dad is the late... Read More »

An Ecumenical Pilgrimage to Holy Cross

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In this day and age when religious extremism threatens us both at home and abroad, it is both... Read More »

An Elegant Ensemble of Encaustic

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First, let me confess that in 30 years of writing about art in Maine and New England, I... Read More »



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