Recent content from Holly Willmarth
In an eHarmony age, a handwritten note tucked into a chapel wall was reason to reflect on more than just the English countryside.
Sign up for premarital counseling and financial advice. Then, memorize the three B's. Breathe. Budget. Burn the bridal magazines.
When a Quaker student from Brown University infiltrates a conservative Christian school, the results could be mean-spirited or cruel. But Kevin Roose used the opportunity to learn about other faiths, and to plumb his own.
Home alone with a virus gives the concept a whole new meaning.
At their best, the holidays can rekindle memories of the past and ignite hopes for the future. Four Star Tribune staff writers share their seasonal stories -- a child's attempt to hurry Christmas, a woman's year-round flirtation with all things holly, a simple gesture that brightens a grief-filled holiday and how the Christmas spirit can be shared in the unlikeliest of places. We offer these sweet, simple tales as our gift to you. Happy holidays.
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