The Women Who Burned Mountains | Sneak Peak

Here is a sneak peak of my new work, The Women Who Burned Mountains. This story profiles the life and legacy of a strong line of mountain women who came to inhabit the MacTom house of Savoy, Massachusetts. These women were fiercely independent, morally-complicated characters who subverted the dominant narrative of the roles of women …

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The Museum that Time-Travels to 1830 New England

Tucked away in Sturbridge, Massachusetts a mere hour out from Boston and 200 years into the past is the historic Sturbridge Village. This iconic New England museum has been a staple of my childhood and a community fixture since 1946. The centerpiece of the museum is a re-created rural New England town of the 1830s set on more …

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The “Butler” at the Majestic Theater is Astonishing.

Tucked away on 131 Elm Street in West Springfield, Mass. is the Majestic Theater.  It has attracted theater goers of all ages since 1997 when the Marquee was renovated.  It is a marvelous blend of theater, food, and oddities.  You enter: on the right is an attractive seating area leading to a small cafe and to the …

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