Thursday, May 31, 2007

prose I have had the privilege of editing

Is there anything more rewarding than nurturing young talent, helping to craft insights into publishable form? When the raw material is so laden with potential?

In an age where people are connected globally through technology and sensitized by the images portrayed to us in the media, it’s become seemingly difficult to define taboo. Historically speaking, similar to most words, taboo has taken on many definitions and meanings since its inception.

One weekend per year, a little known town in Tennessee increases by nearly 125%; from 8,000 to 108,000.

The National Museum of American History chronicles US history with different exhibits...

The Adelaide Festival of the Art is an enormous arts festival...

It’s hard to refute that the Bonnaroo lineup is one of, if not the best around.

In the mood for fine Italian dining without jumping over the pond and making an appearance in the country?

What better way to honor history by taking a tour of the local legends and folklore surrounding many of these pubs and then stopping in for a drink.

Is your dog secretly wishing she was a biker?

Witch History Museum. A great place to start! If you are in need of some background on Salem’s Witch hysteria of 1692 then this is the place to see first. The Witch History Museum is one of Salem’s most popular museums. Learn not only about Salem’s witch trials, but about the hysteria that occurred throughout New England.

Qdoba Mexican Grill. Best burritos in town. This is certainly the spot to go if you want a quick snack while on the run. This has become a popular place for locals who are in a hurry and need a quick bite to eat. I recommend one of the signature burritos or the taco salad.

Nobody really knows who wrote the nursery rhyme but regardless, the Borden murders remain one of the largest unsolved mysteries of the 19th century.

David Copperfield was certainly a master magician but don’t allow yourself to disappear from Boston without checking into a night at Copperfield’s Bar.

If you are an animal lover you’ll “barely” want to miss the attractions at Clark’s Trading Post.

For lighthouse fanatics, this is something you will not want to miss.