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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Laurie Moskowitz-Corrois

Helping children work through grief with art By Lauren B. Schiffman, Contributing Writer Arlington - Decades ago, as a young mother, Laurie Moskowitz-Corrois, LMHC, REAT,...

Fashion designer creates a flair for fundraising

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Waltham/Boston – For over four decades, David Josef of Waltham has professionally designed women’s special-occasion wear while fundraising for...

Still the land of opportunity

Building community and strengthening skills among refugee and immigrant farmers By Deborah Burke Henderson, Contributing Writer An Azorean immigrant herself, Maria Moreira, co-founder and executive director...

Has adoption touched your life?

By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor Newton -  For Adam Pertman, nothing can compare to writing about adoption. Not the fall of the Berlin Wall,...

Dr. Tom Winters

New England pioneer in occupational medicine By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor Stow - Tom Winters spent much of his youth in Montana—climbing mountains, fly fishing,...

Rekindling a passion for singing a cappella music

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Region – After taking a two-decade hiatus from singing a cappella music, Michael Radner of Marlborough is once again crooning...

Award-winning puppeteer educates audiences in nature

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Southborough – Working as a professional puppeteer throughout New England since 1974, Debbie Costine of Southborough has incorporated her...

Once quiet about service, veteran tells story in new book

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Region - Visibility is a major theme in the life of Vietnam War veteran and author Mike Montigny. Overseas, he was...

Documentary chronicles WBCN-FM’s revolutionary impact

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Cambridge/Boston – Now screening on the film festival circuit, the award-winning documentary “WBCN and the American Revolution” chronicles the...

‘Write On!’ Author shares tips on how anyone can enjoy writing for pleasure

By Barbara Allen, Contributing Writer Irene Hannigan has a confession: “For most of my adult life, I’ve been masquerading as a writer.” For the Lexington resident,...