When Others Speak
“…I sleep on a pallet of needles Wait for a whisper to wake me” -Richard Fox My cousin Richard from Worcester was the featured speaker over the summer when I had my first...
0

Share a Chair
On Saturday afternoon, over a dozen participants marched nine bright blue chairs down Lafayette Street to Mary Jane Lee Park in Salem’s Point neighborhood. Salem residents and...
0

The Hawthorne, Uncovered
The tapestry of Salem’s history is so densely woven, it’s sometimes hard to recognize how a central thread connects to all the others, especially if a popular theme (say,...
0

Enchanted to the very last piece of thread
Setting the scene: Peabody Essex Museum rarely disappoints, in fact I am always enchanted with the diverse and interesting exhibits that come and go. Currently, Hats: An...
0

A French Education
I offered forth my thumb to the abandoned French road that wound its way across the vineyards of Dordogne, quietly making a pact with myself: should my hitchhiking efforts bring...
0

Urban Plans: Seeing Salem Anew
Salem is on the rise. It’s cleaner and full of good vibes. We can buy clothes here again…from chic boutiques. We have serious choices for our morning coffee, sandwich at...
0

« Previous Entries