It’s a truism among writers that some of the best art is rooted in constraint; the strict rules of a sonnet or a villanelle can scaffold (rather than quash) creative expression. One might look to Jan Jaynes and Joe Knoblock’s … Continue reading →
Ensconced along a scenic stretch of the Pacific coast, between the ever-buzzing cities of San Francisco and Los Angeles, the breezy village of Carmel-by-the-Sea enjoys life at a slower pace. Explore its environs at https://bit.ly/2YNOFaC.
Cape Porpoise resident Ed Sullivan wasn’t thinking of taking on a project when he learned that the house across the street from his was for sale. He wasn’t interested in the house exactly, but he did long for what came … Continue reading →
"We knew we would have lots of work to do, but we didn't care, because we fell in love with its shape, the land, the view," Roseline Glazer says of the shingled cottage on Martha's Vineyard, built by Roger Allen in 1930, that she shares with her husband, Bill. Architect Joseph W. Dick helped renovate the structure, one of several on the property | archdigest.com