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TV Review: Ugly Betty – “How Betty Got Her Grieve Back”

Ugly Betty’s second season begins with a whimper… and not a little disappointment. Read More »

Urban Renewal

Who would have thought sitting in my sister's country kitchen I would be discussing bitches and hos with a 12-year-old? Read More »

Body-Building Hobos… with Guns!

Of any possible threats in rural Vermont, the one I never considered was my son's biggest fear: body-building hobos. Read More »


It was my idea to name him after a long line of lawyers and judges. Read More »

Sex and the Inappropriate Mother

My mother was always inappropriate; she prided herself on it. Read More »

The Nest Is Never Empty

Is “Empty Nest Syndrome" on the decline? Ann Hagman Cardinal muses on the changing face of motherhood. Read More »

The Whole Story: Families Who Tell Tales

Ann explores the trials and FIBulations of coming from a long line of family storytellers. Read More »

Confessions of a Movie-Lusting Flick Chick

An interview with editor, film critic, and author Maitland McDonagh. Read More »

Superstitious Minds

If you accidentally spill some salt, do you discreetly throw a pinch over your shoulder? Read More »

Yard Sale Treasures

Ann looks at the summer phenomenon of yard sales: the archaeology of modern life. Read More »