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Hemingway Legacy Explored in T&C

September 20, 2011
Hemingway Legacy Explored in T&C

True confession: I’m not a regular Town and Country reader, but when I heard about the Hemingway spread in the September edition, I sought it out. In the article, “Surviving Hemingway,” granddaughter Mariel Hemingway and her daughter Langley return to Sun Valley, Idaho for a fashion shoot, photo spread and to share thoughts on...
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Hemingway’s Safari Rifle Targeted for Auction

March 3, 2011
Hemingway’s Safari Rifle Targeted for Auction

When an old Idaho pal of Hemingway showed me the gun Mary Hemingway used on safari, I felt more than a little awe. What a piece of history to have in your hands. Given Hemingway’s manner of death, there’s something a little macabre about owning one of Hemingway’s firearms. The gun he used to...
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Bimini, Michigan and Malindi

September 23, 2010
Bimini, Michigan and Malindi

Three pieces about three very different places tied to Hemingway have caught my eye lately. First, one from the Miami Herald on Bimini, including an interview with grandson John Hemingway, who has visited the island since he was a youngster. “He loved the island atmosphere,” John Hemingway said. “This is calm. This is relaxed.”...
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Why I’m Stalking Hemingway

November 11, 2009
Why I’m Stalking Hemingway

Why am I in Idaho stalking the ghost of Ernest Hemingway? I’m asking myself the same question. I don’t hunt. I don’t fish. I don’t even bullfight. We’re hardly kindred souls, manly man Hemingway and scrawny man me. I’ve found myself drawn to him, though, through place.
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The (Former) Snows of Kilimanjaro?

November 3, 2009
The (Former) Snows of Kilimanjaro?

It isn’t news that the ice cap on Kilimanjaro is melting. Fast. But a story in the New York Times shows just how fast. It’s shrunk 26 percent since 2000, the Times says. Eighty-five percent of the ice that was there in 1912 is gone. The photo makes it look like just about nothing’s...
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