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Hi! I'm Kristin, reporter at KRBC and Boston University alum. I love sunshine, photography, movies, music, being spontaneous, sports, Audrey Hepburn, traveling, baking, reading, daisies, coffee and trying new things.
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#Thenandnow #unos pizza in #Chicago in 2001 and 2014 (at Pizzeria UNO)

We did the #bean thing @denzelbutterscotch403 @krcook89 (at The Bean, Millennium Park)

#openingday at #wrigleyfield @denzelbutterscotch403 @krcook89 (at Wrigley Field)

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I feel like this is some dream world we’re in.

It’s like our time together is just ours. It’s our own creation. It must be like I’m in your dream, and you’re in mine.

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The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Painting by Bernard Frize


#ktva11daybreak crew with the #StanleyCup and #KellyCup (at Denali Media)

Beautiful #sunrise in #anchorage today #nofilter (at Denali Media)

Lovely afternoon walk #beautifulweather #iamshort #lotsofsnow (at Russian Jack Park)

#sunset peeking through the trees #anchorage #alaska

#giftshopping on this beautiful day #Anchorage #alaska (at City of Anchorage)


2013 saw readers flock to big, 400-plus-page novels like no other year in recent memory. Books that spanned decades and continents, and featured casts of dozens, came into vogue in the middle of — and perhaps as an antidote to — our fast-paced, Twitter-stream world, where great pieces of long-form writing vanish from the computer screen almost as fast as banal Facebook updates from high-school friends. But it hasn’t just been a year of literary volume and breadth — it’s also been a year of novels filled with big ideas, rendered with great panache by some of our finest writers, resulting in a handful of new modern classics that made 2013 a damn fine year to be a lover of fiction.

Flavorwire’s 15 Favorite Novels of 2013


Daniel Gray and Kathleen Starrie - An igloo constructed out of milk cartons filled with colored water and frozen 

Oh shit guys start saving your cartons let’s do this

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