September 2007

Barging in

Here’s something you don’t see every day. A yard barge. They moved my neighbors’ house away on a barge. Gorgeous day. There’s a slide show here.

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This guy pisses me off.

I used to really not like Donald Maass, an author, literary agent and lecturer on the art and craft of writing. He had a habit of saying things that annoy

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Friends old and new

“We get to think of life as an inexhaustible well. Yet everything happens only a certain number of times, and a very small number, really. How many more times will

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A morning swim

My friend Pete took this stunning picture one morning. He’s a key organizer of Arms Around Bainbridge, an athletic event and benefit for Olivia Carey, a beloved islander suffering from ovarian

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It runs in the family.

Good luck (or maybe that’s sibling rivalry taken to extremes?) runs in the family this year. We figured the roadster Jay won was a once-in-a-lifetime deal, but then… Here is

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We need a 300dpi photo…

All right, grasshoppers, print this out because it’s going to save you all kinds of time and trouble. Oh, and money. How many times have you been asked to send

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A star is born.

I have the best little writers’ group on the island and we’re celebrating the debut novel of one of our members. Suzanne Selfors is having a gala launch for her novel,

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