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Once Upon a Time…

    Once upon a time, we serenaded our children to bed with sweet, soothing melodies thinly masking disturbing images of violence, disease, starvation and more. Still now, parents recite fairy tales, nursery rhymes...

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Beauty + Design

By Laura Martier At first glance the scene at Seagate North Shopping Center looked like a meticulously directed photo shoot depicting a Fourth of July celebration of young creatives. A vintage camper repurposed as...

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Love at First Sight

By Amanda McDanel In life, we love the story of an unlikely couple. These stories are woven into the fabric of our culture and educate us on the importance of love, kindness and acceptance....

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From Scrap to Art

Dave Melson pops open a plain looking toolbox and brings out some knives. They’re not like any store bought knives. Beautifully balanced and light in weight, each handle is different and in its own...

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The World’s Oyster

“Why, then the world’s mine oyster,” Shakespeare famously wrote in his play, The Merry Wives of Windsor. “Which I with sword will open.” It is perhaps one of his most well known quotes (although...

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A Yardstick of Loss

By Glen Baldwin How do you measure loss? I lost my favorite swimsuit cover-up this summer, probably on my trip to Maine. This might not be a big deal to most, but I really...

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The Road Home

“If you love something, let it go.” We’ve all heard that one before. But how about this for a twist? If you love a place, move away. Take it from me. If there’s an...