Eric Carle’s illustrations are easy to identify. My husband did not recognize his name, but recognized his artwork as soon as he saw it at the Montclair Art Museum (MAM). Carle’s books are well-known staples in the world of children’s books. His writing is simple and he created his colorful illustrations by hand-painting tissue paper … More A Hungry Caterpillar & a Blue Horse
Photos by K. Cecchini Photos by K. Cecchini It’s been almost a year since the People’s Climate March. Have more people become more aware and active on environmental issues?
Text & Photos by K. Cecchini If going down the shore is a rite of passage in New Jersey, then owning a piece of it is a dream. So how do you convince homeowners to return their seaside fantasy to Mother Nature before she sends the repo man? Hurricane Sandy was the most devastating storm … More Stronger Than the Ocean?
This post was originally published on MissCareerLess; an awesomely honest online magazine featuring ‘Women Who Change, Dare to Change and Dare the Change.’ Because everybody has a story to share! Text by K. Cecchini I have been Kimberly Cecchini for 36 years. Since my birth, in fact. And, perhaps, until my death. According to a … More THE GREAT NAME CHANGE DEBATE: MISS OR MRS AND OTHER TROUBLES OF WOMANKIND