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Books

Long Weekend Special: An Interview with Ginnah Howard, Part One

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
Las t month, we saluted Ginnah Howard when her novel Night Navigation was featured in The New York Times Book Review. Now we have the opportunity to salute Ms. Howard again — and to thank her for responding in such length to questions about her novel and herslef. What came back will be shared here over the next four days…
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Family & Friends · Lifestyle

The Listener

By Judy Orlando
(In honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday, WVFC asked our writers for thoughts and experiences related to mothers, parenting or home. Many thanks to Judy Orlando for telling our first story of the week. — Ed.) My children both attended a one-room schoolhouse in the Berkshires, a wonderful public school experiment where 20 third- and fourth-grade public schoolers spent two…
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Family & Friends · Lifestyle

Mothering Art: The Art of Mothering

By Evelyn Leya
 by Leya Evelyn With my breasts aching and full of milk, I left Tamar, my three-week old baby girl, with a sitter and attended the opening reception of the Washington Area Artists Exhibition at the Corcoran Museum of Art.  After leaving school, I lived in Washington for the first year of marriage.  This was a juried show, and I was…
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