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A Collection of Collections January 25th, 2017 by Dianna Troyer

Jim and Nida Gyorfy collect and display collections at their 5,000-square-foot museum in Idaho Falls, Idaho.In 2003, the Gyorfys opened Collectors’ Corner Museum with 25 of their personal collections. Since then, they have accepted 25 donated collections and added a...


Inside the Head of Reality TV January 25th, 2017 by Pamela A. Keene

Genre dates to the days of radio  How much is 15 minutes of fame worth? For competitors on today’s reality television shows, it can mean a great deal: instant fame and recognition, a chance to win big money or a...


Seeing the Unseen January 25th, 2017 by David LaBelle

I have a student, Brittany, who desires to make a career of forensic photography. She will likely be required to document many crime scenes, making detailed pictures of both victims and evidence—small clues that may lead to solving big crimes....


Reading with Grammies January 25th, 2017 by Cris Ellingson

The three grammies broadcast another episode of their popular radio program, “Read Along with Grammy,” at Ellensburg Community Radio in Ellensburg, Washington. Kath Frasier, far right, reads from a children’s book while Sandy Morris works the control board and Vicki...


Unscripted ‘Real Life’ January 25th, 2017 by Pamela A. Keene

 Being cast on a reality television show offers participants a chance at fame and fortune Keith Colburn makes his living as a crab fisherman, spending weeks, sometimes months, at a time battling the elements on a quest for the catch...


Fishing: The Pastime of Presidents January 25th, 2017 by Curtis Condon

“All men are equal before fish.” —Herbert Hoover Golf is likely the first thing that comes to mind when people think of the favorite presidential pastime. However, that is a misconception. Golfing presidents is a relatively modern trend. Fishing has...


Celebrating Hats Every Day December 25th, 2016 by Dianna Troyer

January 15 is National Hat Day, but Pat Griswold of Carlin, Nevada, doesn’t wait until January to celebrate. Pat has collected more than 500 hats dating from 1912 to the 1960s, so any day is a great day to wear...


Give Credit Where It is Due December 25th, 2016 by David LaBelle

When putting your signature on another artist’s work, be respectful and add value I remember walking into a café in Arizona and being met by a large photographic print of the Grand Canyon. What struck me first was not the...


Add a Little Spice to Your Outdoor Routine December 25th, 2016 by Curtis Condon

Once in a while, it’s fun to add a change of pace to outdoor workout routines to break up the monotony. One way to do that is with orienteering. Orienteering is called the “thinking sport” because it combines mental challenges...


Bridges and Angels December 25th, 2016 by Denise Porter

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...