Lidey Heuck ’13 on Ina Garten’s New Cooking Show (WMTW)

Bowdoin Magazine, Winter 2015

Lidey Heuck ’13 with Ina Garten on the cover of Bowdoin Magazine (Winter 2015). Photo by Karsten Moran ’05.

Lidey Heuck ’13, assistant and social media manager for celebrity chef Ina Garten, announced on Instagram that Garten will have a new show airing on the Food Network in mid-May.

Read about Heuck and her work with Garten in the Winter 2015 issue of Bowdoin Magazine.

Bowdoin Gets Shout-Out on ‘Mindy Project’

Bowdoin was featured in the plot of a recent episode of The Mindy Project, starring comedian Mindy Kaling.

Characters mentioned Bowdoin half a dozen times in the episode titled, “Take My Ex-Wife, Please” (the tenth episode of season five, available on Hulu), as Mindy and Jody plan a road trip to Maine to visit Bowdoin.

In a game of Six Degrees, the Bowdoin shoutout might stem from actor Ike Barinholtz, who plays Morgan on the show, and who, early in his career, once roomed with actor Hayes MacArthur ’99.

Audio: Larry Hall ’36 Reads Famous Christmas Story, ‘The Ledge’ (Bowdoin Magazine)

Lawrence Sargent Hall ’36

 

An event in the waters off of Harpswell neck, not far from where English professor Lawrence Sargent Hall ’36 lived on Orr’s Island, inspired his O. Henry Award-winning short story, “The Ledge,” which is set on Christmas day.

Listen to Hall read “The Ledge,” recorded in 1959.

 

More Cowbell: Nathaniel Vinton ’01 Talks World Cup Ski Racing on PRI

the-fall-line-cover-revisedLast weekend, World Cup alpine ski racing returned to the Eastern US for the first time in twenty-five years, with the best women ski racers in the world—including slalom champion and hometown favorite Mikaela Shiffrin—drawing record crowds at Killington resort in Vermont. Nathaniel Vinton ’01, author of The Fall Line: America’s Rise to Ski Racing’s Summit (W.W. Norton, 2015), spoke with Marco Werman of PRI’s The World about skiing, climate change, Vermont, and cowbells. You can listen to the interview here.

 

It’s a very big deal to the people of New England. There are very deep roots for ski racing in New England. That’s where the sport was really born, as far as the United States goes.