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Down East Magazine

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Moby and Me--Suzanne Rico makes a surprising find in the trunk of her late cousin's 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis.

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Maine Homes

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Free For All: In her quest to furnish her new house, Suzanne Rico finds that Mainers' trash is full of treasure.

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O Magazine

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Suzanne Rico's Tribute to Her Mother: The writer's Aha! moment after cleaning out her late mother's closet.

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LA Magazine

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The Road Taken: How an around-the-world adventure taught a former newscaster lessons about what it means to be home.

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The Atlantic

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Surrogacy: Joyful, Frightening, Always Risky

The author details two journeys to motherhood that led down extremely different paths.

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O Magazine

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All Together Now: After family tragedy struck, Suzanne Rico decided she no longer wanted to live 6,000 miles from her sister. So she gathered her kids and husband and moved right in.

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Washington Post

A Refreshing Reminder of a Simpler Time--July 2009

Bayside, Maine: A Refreshing Reminder of a Simpler Time

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Down East Magazine

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Lost In Transition: At home in Freedom, chef Erin French of The Lost Kitchen is rebuilding a restaurant — and a life.

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Los Angeles Times

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Rallying For Films of a Lifesaving Sort: Activist Ann Reiner uses her LA pedigree to spur projects aimed at educating villagers in Sudan and Uganda.

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San Diego Magazine

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Snapshots from Ground Zero: The author's impressions as one of the first journalists to travel to New York after 9/11.

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San Diego Union Tribune

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Bali Rally: Suzanne Rico visits the island, which is trying to rebuild it's image in the wake of terrorist attacks. 

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Down East Magazine

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Chess on Ice: If you don't think curling is a real sport, you should meet the die-hard skips and sweepers at Maine's one and only Belfast curling club.

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