I got to chat about my “Single By Choice” story on the local Fox morning show earlier this month. The red jeans were a good choice.
Archive for January, 2012
I’m thrilled to share that I have the cover story in this month’s issue of Boston Magazine, “Single By Choice.” The piece looks at the rising tide of men and women who don’t see marriage as the only way to have a happy ending. They’re contentedly living their lives on their own, and are in fact reveling in their independence.
The idea that being single is a choice was an interesting one to explore, and I was fortunate in that I found a variety of sources who were willing to share their experiences with me.
You can read the story online here, and click through to see some of the places where it’s been talked about on the web.
My father was a science teacher, and back in high school, I was a bona fide science nerd. So much so, in fact, that after taking every AP science class on offer, I placed out of my science core curriculum in college, and haven’t thought about bio or chemistry in nearly fifteen years. Fortunately, my chosen career path does let me dabble in the sciences a bit from time to time. For the December issue of Boston Magazine, I edited our Top Docs cover package, which included a roundup of some of the most outstanding medical breakthroughs out of Boston in 2011. I interviewed dozens of fascinating scientists and physicians in the city, including our charming cover model, Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, who performed the country’s first full face transplants earlier this year. Click through to see the scans, or read the entire package online here.