Saturday, August 27, 2016

It’s Called Urban Beekeeping

By  Alissa Hicks 

Kelli holds a honey frame from a honey super. Photos by Melissa Donald 








Three years ago, Kelli McAllister Bailey decided she wanted to embark on a new adventure. While she never booked a plane ticket or hopped in the car to drive across the country, she took on a new life right in her small, urban backyard. “I decided I wanted to be a beekeeper.”

Friday, August 26, 2016

Karen Salisbury Stays Fit to Help Horses Run Faster

Photo by Melissa Donald 


Always Moving 
I’ve been exercising since I could walk! I have always been athletic, always climbing or jumping, running or doing cartwheels.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Belly Dancing Healed Me

Can belly dancing heal? In 2006, Raqia Reich fell into a deep depression following the diagnosis of an illness and was pulled out by the inspiring dance. The mixture of femininity, strength, spirituality, and expression of the soul helped me love and empower myself again.”
By Brigid Morrissey



Raqia performed at Worldfest 2015  You can see her there this year on September 2, 5pm at
Fountain Stage located at the Belvedere.  



There has to be something to belly dancing if the human race has been practicing the art form for 5,000 years. Believed to be the oldest form of dance, belly dancing primarily consists of isolated movements in the torso and hips, rather than the limbs. As Raqia elegantly puts it, “Belly dance is a connection of body and soul, movement from the heart.” Additionally, she says, the dance helps clear the mind and allows one to let go of stress, creates feelings of empowerment, relaxation, creativity, and increases self esteem and happiness. The mental benefits aren’t the only reward. Physically, the dance increases muscle tone and flexibility, and the low impact of the movements are gentle on the back and joints. “The movements are natural to a woman’s body. Belly dance is for all women, all ages, and all body sizes.”

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Jean Knipp’s Not Going to Sit Too Long





Motivation 
Seeing people my age, and younger, who have become sedentary. The only time I sit is to knit, or watch the news.

Cool Off Right Now with these Ice Pop Recipes

By Lindsey McClave






When temperatures peak and humidity soars, we need a refreshing fix. Enter the ice-pop. This treat is as cool as its name suggests and is simple to make at home. Ice-pops are malleable, welcoming nearly any ingredient one deems worthy.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Inside the Art Deco Home

By Anna Oldham and Melissa Donald




The couple's living room embodies all of the art deco elements. Photos by Melissa Donald 

We focused on the outside of Tish and Stephen Geftos house last month — read it here.
But while we were there, our photographer paused to take a few inside shots of their art deco home remodel. “Together, we have a pretty good knack for ignoring bad decor and seeing the potential of a house,” Stephen says.

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