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A Brutal Truth

NOV / DEC 2017: BY JESSICA SANTULLI

Life in the 1700s Scottish highlands is no easy walk in the park.  Just ask Claire Randall, protagonist of the Starz original series, Outlander, now in its third season.  Continue reading A Brutal Truth

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Dr. Quinn: Old Lessons for New Times

JULY / AUG 2017: BY JESSICA SANTULLI

The year is 1867. A thirty-four-year-old single woman departs—against her mother’s wishes—from her wealthy Boston home to travel across the country for three days by train. But the train track ends, so she must travel the rest of the way in a bumpy, stuffy stagecoach. Out the window she spies bare-chested, face-painted Indians riding horses bareback, and realizes she is miles away from the tea-sipping social circles of Beacon Hill. There is no turning back now. Before long, she arrives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a small settlement near Denver. Why is she there, you might ask? She is answering an advertisement in the newspaper, asking for a town doctor. Continue reading Dr. Quinn: Old Lessons for New Times