Donuts of New England: The Donuts I Love Right Now

I was never a doughnut person, until I ventured out and discovered doughnuts of all shapes, sizes, and varieties around New England. For National Donut Day, I thought I should probably share some of my doughnut insights. Here is where you can find delicious doughnuts in New England. For those …

Forget Flowers For Recital Season: Give Inspiration

Recital season is exciting and maybe a little stressful. Butterflies are pinned into hair and fluttering in stomachs. The tradition is to bring a dancer flowers after the show, but this year I recommend you try something different. A pair of tickets to the ballet. Whatever style your young performer …

Playing the Game: /peh-LO-tah/

All I knew about the performance was that there would be soccer, a story, some movement, and music. I was sold at “soccer” because I have a soft spot for the sport. I lived in France when Pele was king. I fell in love with Bend it like Beckham. Soccer …

Endlings: A Shelfish Exploration

I don’t like to read too much about a play before I see it. I approach books the same way. I like to know the basics and then go in blind. So, I knew that Endlings was about fisherwomen who free dive off a small island in South Korea. I …

Soccer to Stage

Humans are really good at pre-judging. We can’t help ourselves. We box ourselves in and others out. “I’m not really a theatre person.” he’ll say. “I’m more of a sports person.” she’ll say. I know some of us are more willing to embrace the arts than others, but I truly …

Cuba in Cambridge

As a Canadian, I have many friends who traveled to Cuba for vacation over the years. More recently, American friends have made the trip. I have always been intrigued, but I don’t lean toward tropical climates so Cuba goes to the bottom of my list. Art, photography, dance and culture …