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Reading and Writing in Nantucket

A few days before the summer solstice, I traveled with a group of women friends to the island of Nantucket for my first visit. We stayed at the  Star of the Sea hostel near Surfside Beach, a 20-minute bike ride … Continue reading

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Details: Gaudi’s La Pedrera, Barcelona, Spain

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Namaste

“Sonam’s village is nestled in a steep valley beside a river pregnant with monsoon rains. Dogs, children, and chickens tumble over each other between narrow rows of houses. The Himalayas hide behind the clouds.” Excerpt from “Namaste” by Debka Colson. … Continue reading

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Tara’s World: Crescent Lake, Maine

 All photos are by Tara C.L. (age 15) and are copyrighted with all rights reserved.

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Plum Island

The sea breeze at Plum Island was cold enough to numb my skin, though the sun was warm. We sat on a log and ate french bread and cheese and grapes. I’d wanted to visit that place for 40 years. … Continue reading

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Tara’s World: Down to the Ground

Photos by Tara C.L. (Tati A.) are copyrighted with all rights reserved.

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The Pillars of Rodolfo Morales

Rodolfo Morales was a Mexican painter known for his bright paintings and collages featuring village settings, as well as his restoration of historic buildings in Ocotlán, Oaxaca. He was born into a humble working class Zapotec family on May 8, … Continue reading

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