Bridges and Angels

December 25, 2016

Embracing traumatic life experiences, David LaBelle captures quiet moments and humor in pictures David LaBelle knows first-hand how grief can shape a person’s life. He also knows the power a positive mentor can hold over an unruly teenager. He has used both grief and teaching as cornerstones of his professional photography career.

David has been employed at 20 newspapers and magazines in nine states since 1967, and is featured in this magazine. He has taught at four universities—despite only having a high school diploma—and seven of his students have earned Pulitzer Prizes …

Celebrating Hats Every Day

December 25, 2016

January 15 is National Hat Day, but Pat Griswold of Carlin, Nevada, doesn’t wait until January to celebrate. Pat has …

Give Credit Where It is Due

December 25, 2016

When putting your signature on another artist’s work, be respectful and add value I remember walking into a café in Arizona …

Journey to the End of the Earth

December 25, 2016

Ron Carpenter of The Dalles, Oregon, wasn’t always certain where the next road would lead, but he learned uncertain roads …

New Year, New Breakfast Ideas

Sweet Dumpling Eggs-in-a-Nest Two small sweet dumpling squash (or any small winter squash) Olive oil Salt Pepper Fresh thyme 2 eggs Hot sauce, optional Heat oven to 425 F. Cut off the top half of each squash, leaving about ¾-inch …

Ring in the New Year Tastefully

Welcome 2017 with friends, family and a variety of delicious hors d’oeuvres   Holiday Baked Brie 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 8 ounces button mushrooms, sliced Kosher salt Ground black pepper 8-ounce Brie round 3 tablespoons honey 1/4 cup pomegranate arils …

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