Yale Alumni Magazine • Jan/Feb 2022
The pandemic gave us a gift. Well, of sorts.
Frenchly.com • Nov 2021
For me, an American with a unique lack of talent for learning languages, the five French accent marks (also referred to as the diacritics) can be confusing.
Elysian • April 2020
In the art world, women are trying to correct the canon. In business, break the glass ceiling.
Yankee • November/December 2018
It’s late November, and you’re feeling festive. You’re the kind of person who likes guests, so your thoughts turn to Christmas decorations.
Maine Magazine • November 2014
These days, when I visit Portland, I find myself wondering, “When did that get there?” New hotels in the Old Port, townhouses on Munjoy Hill, shops where there once were empty storefronts on Exchange Street, a gussied-up Eastland now transformed into a Westin.
Maine Magazine • January/February 2011
Does Maine have a special appeal for writers?
Yankee • September 2003
When Edward Libitzki first thought he might buy St. James-in-the-Woods, a former Episcopal chapel, and turn it into a home, he called his friend Rick Burne, an architectural engineer.
Yankee • July 1998
When I drive from my home in mid-Maine to the coast, I pass a dilapidated chicken barn that never fails to affect me.