Bob Dylan: The North's Confounding Native Son

Spring 2014 Issue

Letter from the Publisher Far From Funnies If a cartoon is defined as a simple line drawing showing the features of its subjects in a humorous and exaggerated way, Charles Schulz did it best, demonstrating one thought in the guise of another. It seems we all can relate to one of the Peanuts characters. For me, it was Charlie Brown: the hapless, lovab[...]

Winter 2014 Issue

Letter from the Publisher Get Away From It All Welcome to the travel issue of Artful Living. From coverage of the art of packing to “glamping,” we intend to inspire you to take a trip or just dream about what it might be like to transport yourself to another place.Don’t miss our feature by Rudy Maxa, “A Colorful Life,” the story of LeRoy Neiman. [...]

Autumn 2013 Issue

Letter from the Publisher Calling All Collectors Most people collect for emotional reasons rather than monetary gain. They collect for the thrill of the hunt, and it can become a lifelong pursuit that somehow is never complete.Collecting is a ubiquitous human activity, spanning all ages and societies. The categories are limitless, ranging from Pi[...]

Winter 2013 Issue

Letter from the Publisher Vacation Anticipation Researchers have confirmed that vacation and time away from work can reduce stress and lead to happiness. Humans need periods of time away and psychological detachment to disengage from work and their everyday routine.As it turns out, the simple act of planning a vacation provides a huge boost of ha[...]

Summer 2013 Issue

Letter from the Publisher The UnexpectedMost of us flip through the pages of a magazine to be entertained, be amused or come across something of interest. You quickly know it when you see it.I recently attended a media event called Magazine Day for editors, publishers and advertising agencies. The headline from the research is that readershi[...]

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