In the Valley of the Poets – Part 2: The Present

In July, this magazine published my take on the literary legacy of the lower valley of the Merrimack River (read here), roughly the water’s route from the New Hampshire border to Newburyport, with a bit of splashing into the bioregion that includes the Transcendental Concord of Thoreau/Emerson/Alcott and the seacoast of New Hampshire and Maine…. Read More

Eight Great Things To Do This Weekend – 10/10/19

WEEKEND EVENTS ONE: It’s time to celebrate! Join the Concord Museum as they officially open to the public. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and festivities will take place this Friday at 10 a.m., and the celebration will continue all weekendlong! Throughout Saturday and Sunday, families are invited to look closely at the form and colors of the… Read More

The Rewards of Hospice Nursing

“Caring comes directly from her heart.” “She has a gift. I am so fortunate to have her as my nurse.” “Michelle is like a good friend that always knows what you need and cares deeply for your well-being.” Most people enter nursing because it is considered a healing profession that focuses on promoting, protecting and… Read More

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