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Visiting: Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts

How often do we not pay attention to what we have in our own communities? For example, I want to spend more time in Savannah, Georgia, and visit Charleston, South Carolina. But I’ve not even visited the Bartlett House right … Continue reading

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Non-fiction Review: Bringing Down the Colonel, by Patricia Miller

Over a century before the onset of #metoo, a previously unknown woman brought a breach of marriage suit against a powerful Washington politician. This was no small thing since she would be required to reveal her status as a “fallen … Continue reading

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What Would Mrs. Astor Do? A Review of the Upcoming Book by Cecelia Tichi

The Gilded Age has fascinated me for years. It’s a contradictory mix of outer beauty and inner ugliness. The homes that survive (for many have not) are examples of opulence. The “cottages” that were built as summer homes in Rhode … Continue reading

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