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“So You Know…” A Retrospective by Terry Albright

It always starts with a dream. In the first one, she and her father have to retrieve a dead baby from the bottom of a well. As she matures as an artist, the baby begins to look like her middle … Continue reading

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The Bridge Street Butchery

The most scenic way to arrive at the Bridge Street Butchery in Waitsfield, Vermont is through the covered bridge, preferably on foot. That way, you can spy the 1833 beams and take time to gaze over the side at the … Continue reading

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A Doctor’s Oath: The Story of Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Eisa Here’s a profile I wrote about Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Eisa from Darfur for TheEditorial.com. “Legally, I couldn’t touch them, but ethically I had to, even if it put my life … Continue reading

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A Life-Changing Moment

Martha Bebinger is a reporter for WBUR, a professor of journalism at Harvard’s Extension School, a former Harvard Nieman Fellow, and a mother of three. But beneath her accomplished and composed demeanor resides a tragedy. Her father killed himself when … Continue reading

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Santa JG

Jonathan Meath has an uncanny resemblance to Santa Claus. He’s just the right height—not too tall, nor too short. His body type is perfect—no pillows needed. And his real beard and dyed eyebrows are the color of freshly fallen snow.  … Continue reading

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