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Friday, July 29th, 2022

Still Excited About Life!

Imagine my surprise when I asked Pat Buckley Moss recently what is her favorite thing to paint, and she reached for a pendant she was wearing on a long chain. It is … … a horse! When she was a girl, she’d ride her bike to the stables on Staten Island. “When a

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Friday, July 29th, 2022

A Very Sensible House – lovingly restored through generations

When Dublin native Trish Hale married Dublin native Steve Hale, just shy of 50 years ago, she packed a suitcase, said her vows and went to Steve’s childhood home to set up housekeeping. “We moved into Steve’s...

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Friday, July 29th, 2022

Doing Things – Differently

The first response to Donnie Martin’s idea of retrofitting his motor boat with some fins and tail lights to match his 1959 El Camino was met with: “Are you crazy?” Donnie’s response was this: “Well, probably, but...

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Friday, July 29th, 2022

People Finder: How dogs find their people

There are more than 400 recognized dog breeds in the world. Working dogs, sporting dogs, herding dogs – terriers, hounds and toys … the varieties seem endless. If you have fallen in love with a particular breed...

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Friday, July 29th, 2022

Falconry in the Family

In a reversal of following in footsteps, Marc Manley indulged himself in falconry after his son, Kennet, pursued the ancient sport in high school. “Kennet began his apprenticeship in 2014, and after watching him, driving to meets...

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Friday, July 29th, 2022

Hey — What’s in Your Basket?

Lizzie Smyth loves picnics, and picnic planning was just a hobby until her 6-month dating anniversary picnic on the Blue Ridge Parkway. She pulled together a beautiful presentation, and a light bulb clicked in her head. “I...

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Thursday, July 28th, 2022

Healing hearts and minds from a distance

The covid-19 pandemic changed our daily habits tremendously, and some of those habits are sticking around long after lockdowns have lifted. One such transformation is the public’s utilization of telehealth. As medical providers scrambled to find ways...

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Tree Breeze . . . swing – and sleep – through summer

Perhaps there is nothing that symbolizes a life of lounge-y leisure more than someone swaying away the day in a hammock. Even better, add in a book, perhaps splayed open face down, because its reader fell asleep....

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Candle-Making and Dancing through High School

The entrepreneurial bug can bite young, and Lindsay Santos, 15, doesn’t remember a time when she did not want to start a business. She would daydream about it and even sketch out business plans and marketing ideas....

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Speakeasies and Fine Dining

There appears to be no definitive reason for the term “speakeasy”, though it referred to places which illegally sold alcoholic beverages during Prohibition. Perhaps patrons might “speak easy”, as in a whisper, for their participation in buying...

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