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Author Archive | Kate Cotter

sesame-street

The New ‘Sesame Street’

Prior to the premiere of the newest season of “Sesame Street” — which moved from PBS to HBO in a way that rattled many a devotee, including myself — I was very curious to see how it would come to life. I read reviews that discussed how gentrified the HBO version of “Sesame Street” would be, […]

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Soaking Up Thanksgiving History in New England

Roasted turkey, cranberries, and pumpkin pie — all are delicious emblems of Thanksgiving. Today, Thanksgiving is synonymous with family gatherings, football, delicious food, a segue into the December holiday season, and, most of all, a reminder to be thankful. One element of this American holiday — its history — is particularly rich and meaningful here […]

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the evolution of sibling love

The Evolution of Sibling Love

My boys are 20 months apart. Though it sounds crazy to some, I always wanted to have my kids close together so they would develop a bond early on and always be there for each other. I envisioned them playing happily together, giving endless kisses and hugs to each other, and sharing laughs from the moment they met. […]

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day tripping through new england

Day Tripping Through New England

Living in New England, it goes without saying that we’re so fortunate to be a stone’s throw –or nice day trip—away from so many attractions that signal classic Americana summer.  Strawberry-picking and beach-going, whale watching and summer festivals that feature sandcastle building and fireworks, and museums, zoos and baseball. For a quick hop, skip and […]

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