As Jim walks around among his piles of odd-shaped tree outgrowths, it’s obvious how much he appreciates the beauty, feel and the stories that must be. . .Read More
But it wasn’t only Alpha Mae’s training that prepared this mountain man for what would become his future life. Mark also remembers wanting to be outdoors all the time to escape the tension and discord . . . . . . . .Read More
Just like Paul, Deborah knew from a young age where her talents lay: ”I had always loved art from the time I was six or seven. My mother’s first cousin, Don Baker, was real big at Proctor and Gamble as a commercial artistRead More
Anyone who has a favorite dog knows the therapeutic benefits of touching, stroking and holding his or her pet. Science now confirms that this physical contact with pets lowers cortisol levels in humans, as well as in the dog for . . .Read More
“I try to show the other side of the Apache people—our day-to-day struggles to live in a very harsh land and difficult terrain. That is why we were nomads—constantly moving in search of fertile land to plant on and. . ..”Read More
The miracle is how Misha captures the emotional life of a subject. Whether it’s a warrior, a child or a mother with eyes full of grief and loss . . . Misha is blessed with a gift rarely seen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Read More
Before too long he and Janet got the bug to move to Ruidoso—known to most Texans as an idyllic, alpine mountain resort village perched at nearly 7,000 ft. that enjoys mild summers in the 80s while Texans bake in 112 degree heat.Read More
What, I ask, was the inspiration for her photo, “Cleanliness” (depicted here in VIVAcini) of the delicate sprite in what appears to be a teacup made of other-worldly materials, and she replies with typical wit: “Cleanse your soul of stupid ideas.”Read More
He envisioned each one filled with poets and artists and performers—all gathering in the central “salon,” a la the East Village or Paris—drinking sherry and carrying on endless philosophical discussions before . .Read More
Imagine being eight years old —you are already acutely distressed, coughing and hacking from a terrible cold in the middle of
Sunday school. The teacher grabs you and stands you in front of the class and . . .
Remarkably, in his more than 25 years of LTA hot air ballooning, Capt. Bill has had only one serious close call. It occurred when he was forced to crash land in the Rose Cliffs, considered holy land on the reservation and sacred
to the White . . .