This article discusses the ways in which concepts of the ideal female face have reached an all-time low in the 21st century.
This article discusses the ways in which concepts of the ideal female body has changed over the past 100 years.
Self expression through writing will add pleasure to your life as you age.
This article tells the story of the life and ride of the famous American patriot from Boston, Paul Revere.
Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery in the United States. He was one of our most beloved and accomplished presidents.
This slideshow interprets the engraved artwork on Kerbstone 52 at the Newgrange burial mound in Ireland.
Hundreds of women, from both North and South, donned male garb and enlisted as men in the American Civil War. They shaved their heads, wore trousers, adopted male aliases, and served in the army undetected by their male comrades.
This article examines a book of Civil War poetry written and published by my great-grandmother in 1894.
This article offers a cursory discussion about the author's experience with creatures that wash up on the beach at Frenchman Bay.
Swimming in Frenchman Bay is an exhilarating experience, as detailed in this article.
This article includes a free knitting pattern for a striped dishcloth. The pattern uses Lily Sugar n’ Cream yarn and an easy garter stitch. You'll also learn how to knit on the diagonal using an increase method, as well as how to wash and care for your knitted dishcloth.
This article chronicles the difficulties (and joys) of hiking in Acadia National Park as I age.
This article describes the author's method for baking blueberry pie at her Maine summer home.