Diane Kilgore

I landed at the NewBostonPost after working for American Airlines. Following the events of Sept. 11, 2001, I worked as a newsroom intern at CBS's Boston affiliate WBZ-TV. I coupled newsroom and field experiences with studies of social media and media influences, and I also produced a local cable garden show, EDEN. I also love anything pink. I drive a rag top with the top down and radio blasting to tennis courts, museums and almost any place a dog wags its tail. I'm always interested in a new tale.

As soon as I met the NewBostonPost crew, I knew this was the team I wanted to work with. Together, these intellectual high flyers explore breaking news, politics, matters of faith and culture with curiosity, integrity and a wealth of experience.  It's exciting to be included on a hard-working team that writes with the traditional ideals of journalistic excellence, as well as a bold perspective on the trends of our times. The NewBostonPost serves as both stewards and visionaries of the newspaper industry. I'm buckled up and happy to be here at take off.  Together let's see where this exploration takes us.

Items by Diane Kilgore

Trumps’ Christmas Tree Lighting Wows Crowd, Fills Hearts

How Could A Mass-Murderer Seem So Caring? ‘Operation Finale’ Review

‘A Thousand Crossings’ Chronicles Life of Photographic Artist

The Life of a Fisherman, On the Small Screen: Gloucester’s Famous TV Stars

Which Kennedy Did the Most Good?

Helping Children ‘Be Best’ Is Melania Trump’s Signature Initiative As First Lady

Olde Towne Team To See Some Changes at Fenway When They Take Field Opening Day

Boston’s Favorite Olympian on What It Takes — And What It Doesn’t

Georgia O’Keeffe As You’ve Never Seen Her Before

Exclusive Interview With Santa’s BFF At The Food Network

Christmas Tree From Halifax Shows Love Conquers Ill Will

What Do You Do If A Terror Victim Drops in Front of You? ‘Stop the Bleed’ Here’s How

#MeToo Sounds New, But Has Been With Us A Long Time

Highfield Hall May Be the Coolest Place You’ve Never Been on Cape Cod

Hire Me Because I’m Older — No, I Won’t Get Pregnant

Traveling Abroad? What If …?

A tale of the vine: From to the Old World to modern-day Marblehead

Rethinking Rodin at the Peabody Essex Museum

Batchelor’s urban projects embrace both past and future

Lawren Harris exhibit curated by Steve Martin opens at MFA

Children’s Hospital, Harvard expand to save lives, educate youth

Drawing out the soul of fashion with Kenneth Paul Block and MFA

PEM’s ‘Asia in Amsterdam’ exhibit combines culture and commerce

Getting to the heart of the matter: Dr. DeSanctis listens with more than just his stethoscope

Animal Rescue Leagues are teeming with love and humanity

Drug addiction in the Bay State

Boston’s Gilded Age splendor

Boston-bred company making flying cars a thing of the present

Boston MedFlight teams with hospitals to save lives

Toasting what was and what is yet to come at Gardner Museum

At 105, newest Cane holder stays young at heart

Holiday cheer aplenty at Nantucket Noel Stroll — Gallery

Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker brings magic to the season

American Indian fashion show with a traditional twist​

A love story about faith, family and miracles

Pre-trip precautions to minimize confusion, maximize communication

Shredding new worlds at Lynch Family Skatepark

‘IRIS’: a splash of color, a flash of music and a dash of common sense

‘Still Alzheimer’s’ panel shows there’s still hope

Latest book shows Romney family values not just fluff

The MFA’s Dutch Masters: Artistic distinctions then and now

Gray dating, and making it after all

No shortage of fall activities in and around Boston

‘The Intern,’ and graying successfully

Get up close and personal with interactive Strandbeests

SOS: Someone special in the air

Battle of Barges set for triumphant return

From apple picking to picking your style

Futuristic Strandbeests make American debut in Ipswich

Daring to daydream at ‘Stickwork’ in Salem

Some necessary tick talk

A legacy of longing, a gift of beauty

Boston Public Garden: green en vogue

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