Country Living, November 2010
Susan Gibbs ditched her high-pressure television career for greener pastures- namely 11 acres in Virginia, where she now raises goats and sheep for yarn.
Holiday with Matthew Mead
Somerset Life, Autumn 2010
Edible Rhody, Fall 2010
A Conversation with Ken Ayars, Chief of the Division of Agriculture of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.
Bitch, Issue 48: Fall 2010
Beyond the Third Sex
The shifting fortunes of India's hijras.
Edible Rhody, Summer 2010
Two new cookbooks focused on helping you create healthy, fast and fresh meals.
Artful Blogging, Summer 2010
Exploring the art of travel through blogging.
La Vie Claire, Spring 2010
Elizabeth MacCrellish realizes her dream of creating a life-enhancing art retreat on the shores of Squam Lake in Holderness, New Hampshire.
UPPERCASE, Spring 2010, #5
Discover the diverse and ancient arts of India, and meet the artisans working to preserve their traditions.
Edible Rhody, Spring 2010
Rhode Island students get the dirt on where their food comes from.
Bust, April/May 2010
How exactly does seaweed make it from the sea to our plate? Kacie Loparto, seaweed harvester extraordinaire, lets us in on her secrets.
UPPERCASE, Winter 2010, #4
A country retreat for creative types, the Fall 2009 session of Squam Art Workshops brought together artists, crafters, painters and writers from around the world for a long-weekend filled with workshops and friendships.
Skirt!, February 2010
What are the modern-day realities of an intercultural marriage?
Sew Hip!, Issue 12
Meet four talented bloggers who've turned their creative online passion into published works.
Time Out New York, Issue 737
Eat, cook and be merry at this seasonal supper club.
Sew Hip!, Issue 11
While the trend for handmade items grows every day, I speak to four women who have long been using handcrafted treasures to create loving, eco-friendly homes.
Mixtape, Issue 11
Three weeks of eating a raw foods diet is an experiment worthy of reflection.
Babble.com, October 2009
Five picks for safe surfing!
Sew Hip!, Summer 2009
Creative talents from around the world came together for Squam Art Workshops (SAW), a three-day retreat for artists, crafters, knitters, painters and writers. Set on the pristine shores of Squam Lake near Holderness, New Hampshire, SAW celebrated its second retreat this past June.
Cape Cod Life, June 2009
In an age where “organic” labels adorn everything from fruit to linens, it has become increasingly difficult to find the real thing. For parents looking for environmentally friendly children's clothing that retains a sense of style, designer Sarah Waldo has made the search a bit easier.
Bust, June/July 2009
Most snow-cone memories involve fluorescent colors, dyed lips, country fairs, and all-day sugar highs. But Lindsay Laricks has set out to change the tarnished image of shaved ice with Fresher than Fresh, her Kansas City, MO, gourmet snow-cone shop.
Cookie, April 2009
Bring the kids along and explore Rhode Island's capitol city, the perfect walkable northeastern metropolis with equal parts history and culture.
Babble.com, April 2009
In the age of Facebook and Twitter, you could get the impression that there is no such thing as a secret. Why then, is it taboo to share news of a pregnancy in its early stages? What are we so afraid of?
I appeared on The Today Show to discuss this story on September 2, 2009.
ReadyMade, February/March 2009
Clever tips to conceal common household eyesores, including a hulking old radiator.
East Side Monthly, November 2008
President “Hip” Arrives
Rhode Island School of Design welcomes its 16th president, John Maeda, and wonders if he can live up to his name.
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