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A reader's guide to Saints in Limbo

Saints in Limbo - A reader's guide


Saints in Limbo: It began at the beginning

Maybe it’s my age, but it seems I’ve been spending a lot of time with widows lately – fictional widows, to be clear – and their stories are timely and compelling.


For a lift, take your kid to see UP in 3-D

While putting off going to the grocery store (one of my least favorite things to do because let’s face it, it’s depressing to go in with a list then based on how flat your pocketbook already was to begin with spend what little you had left with considerably less than what was on the list!) with my 10-year-old in tow, I remembered seeing the listing for “Up” in the paper the other day. I knew I had to go to the store for necessities that couldn’t wait until the next day but really dragging my feet on my day off.


Jazz, the Great American Songbook and Don Henley: Scottish siren Carol Kidd shares her musical passions

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Inspiration for feature articles can come from the most unexpected places. On the way home a couple of weeks ago, I was tuned into Seriously Sinatra, Channel 75 on Sirius-XM radio, when I heard a girl singer doing a really soft, sensuous take on Frank Sinatra’s signature saloon ballad “Angel Eyes.”

Elizabeth Berg on writing: It’s magical. I’m just the typist.

When Elizabeth Berg sat down to begin her latest book, she found herself in every writer’s worst nightmare: She was blocked. The author of over 20 books, including “Talk Before Sleep,” “Open House” and “The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted” couldn’t come up with a story.

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