Where You Can Find Me

Where You'll FInd Me Friday

I apologize for my silence here on the blog as of late. Call it a combination of working full time and raising kids. Then there were the holidays. We went to Montreal and Vermont for a week, for a bit of skiing, spa’ing, and relaxation. Stay tuned for more on that in future articles and clips. Meanwhile, I haven’t been that quiet on the Internets. If you do a Google search, here’s where you can find me.



San Antonio with Kids

48 Hours in Portland with Kids

48 Hours in Seattle with Kids

48 Hours in Vancouver with Kids


A Child Grows

A Weekend Away: 48 Hours in Raleigh with the Kids



A Weekend Getaway in Newport, Rhode Island with the Kids


Women & Hollywood

Lesley Manville On Being an Actress Over 60 and Her Role in “Phantom Thread

Playwright Susan Miller on Her New Play “20th Century Blues” and Hit Web Series Anyone But Me

The Parisian Woman’s” Blair Brown on Being an Actress Over 40 and #MeToo

Phillipa Soo on Playing a Young Activist in “The Parisian Woman” and Her Thoughts on #MeToo

Theater Director Leigh Silverman Talks “Harry Clarke,” Helming One Person Shows and #MeToo

Director Pam MacKinnon on “The Parisian Woman” and the Glass Ceiling that Still Exists on Broadway

Kristin Scott Thomas Talks Playing Clementine Churchill, Ageism, and Hollywood After Weinstein

Theresa Rebeck on Bringing “What We’re Up Against” Back Literally and Figuratively

Briga Heelen on the Close Knit Relationship Between the Women of “Great News”

Erin Carlson on Her New Book “I’ll Have What She’s Having” and the Legacy of Nora Ephron

The “Fun Mom Dinner” Team on Depicting Friendship Between Mothers Onscreen



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