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Pippin Ross

Pippin Ross has tried many, many times to leave New England - Massachusetts in particular. Every time she leaves, work and/or love invariably bring her back to her root state.

She's still not done with trying, but very relieved that working for NPR's environmental program, Living On Earth, and several magazines including SOCO (which stands for South Coast), justifies travel often and far.

That way, returning to New England reminds her that moody weather and intellectually hyper-active people are just what she needs.


July 17, 2012

Which Bay?

Part 2 - Exploring the Islands off the Coast of Hull, Massachusetts

To my nautical husband’s glee, I was staring out at the Boston Light and said, “Wish we had a boat…”

July 03, 2012

Which Bay?

Part 1 - The Hidden Delights of Hull, Massachusetts

It took a few weeks of hot-day summer swims at Massachusetts’ Nantasket Beach before I finally asked, “What is up with this water being so cold?”

January 28, 2011

Ruined: A Grim Tale of Strength and Survival

Theatre Review

Riveting acting, brilliant set designs, mood-altering lighting and music, that’s the stuff of great theater. In the play Ruined, currently running at Boston University’s Huntington Theater, it’s also what keeps the audience from having to walk away from one mighty tough plot.

January 21, 2011

Shear Madness Doesn’t Quit

Pippin Ross investigates the ongoing appeal of the longest running, non-musical in American theater history.

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