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A Place Apart

A Place Apart

Alongside the elevated rail line that carries passengers nine miles into downtown Chicago, an unused road leads to a trail, which cuts through a forest of towering mulberry trees.
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Hemingway’s Wright Stuff

Hemingway’s Wright Stuff

Exploring the streets of Oak Park, Ill., it’s easy to think of this town as the town Frank Lloyd Wright built. 
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Wild Michigan Through Young Hemingway’s Eyes

Wild Michigan Through Young Hemingway’s Eyes

To understand Hemingway’s Michigan, you not only have to understand the Michigan that he saw, but how it looked through his eyes as a young boy experiencing the world with eyes wide open.
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Orphaned by the Spanish Civil War

Orphaned by the Spanish Civil War

Sanchez wanted us to meet another man whose loved ones were believed to have been thrown in into the Wells of Caudé. He drove us into a new housing development where Jáures Sánchez and his wife had built a summer home. Soon we were driving aimlessly into the countryside. “I’ve been here one or...
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The Wells of Caudé

The Wells of Caudé

The surrounding countryside was littered with the graves of Franco’s victims, Francisco Sánchez told us. Some had just two or three bodies. One had many more. Six miles from Teruel, sandwiched between fields and factories along a highway, rose a whitewashed monument. The red, yellow and purple flag of the Spanish Republic rose overhead....
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Hemingway’s Great-Grandson Runs with Bulls

Hemingway’s Great-Grandson Runs with Bulls

Ninety years after Ernest Hemingway made his first visit to Pamplona’s San Fermin festival, his great-grandson Michael Hemingway, 16,...
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A Hemingway Returns to Bimini

A Hemingway Returns to Bimini

Ernest Hemingway’s grandson John Hemingway will be trolling for wahoo off the coast of Bimini, the island Hemingway made...
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Mariel Hemingway Film Plumbs Family’s Chilling History

Mariel Hemingway Film Plumbs Family’s Chilling History

Mariel Hemingway’s new documentary about her family’s mental health legacy has generated lots of buzz at Sundance Film Festival...
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Hemingway’s Cats Go To Court

Hemingway’s Cats Go To Court

One of the main lures for visitors to the Hemingway home in Key West is the cats: dozens of...
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Hemingway Works Released as Audiobook Collection

Hemingway Works Released as Audiobook Collection

At last, the perfect gift for the Hemingway nut driving across the country for Christmas. Simon & Schuster Audio...
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Mixing it Up with Hemingway

Mixing it Up with Hemingway

How did we live without this book? And how is it that it had never been written before? Finally, author...
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News from Hemingway's World

Hemingway’s Great-Grandson Runs with Bulls

Hemingway’s Great-Grandson Runs with Bulls

Ninety years after Ernest Hemingway made his first visit to Pamplona’s San Fermin festival, his great-grandson Michael Hemingway, 16, took part in the running of the bulls Hemingway made famous.

A Hemingway Returns to Bimini

A Hemingway Returns to Bimini

Ernest Hemingway’s grandson John Hemingway will be trolling for wahoo off the coast of Bimini, the island Hemingway made famous in his novel Islands in the Stream.

Hemingway’s Cats Go To Court

Hemingway’s Cats Go To Court

One of the main lures for visitors to the Hemingway home in Key West is the cats: dozens of them, lying, lounging and lapping throughout the grounds, many of them six-toed oddballs. But now, the cats are in federal court.

Venice by Submarine?

Venice by Submarine?

Venice is all about water. Just not quite this much water.

This Old Finca

This Old Finca

Home repair guru Bob Vila recently blogged about his work rehabilitating Hemingway’s Finca Vigía property in Cuba.