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The Year of the Woman

A Midterms Breakdown Written by Terrance A. Sullivan, J.D. | Illustration by Branden Barker The 2022 midterm election is one of the most consequential elections in our time. Sure, people say this seemingly at every election, but this year is different because both literally and figuratively, women are on the ballot. Following the recent shenanigans (to put it mildly) of the Supreme Court, there is no greater call to action around women than this off-year election. As the national anti-women rhetoric has permeated, so too has the threat encroached upon the local level. One of the [...]

By |2022-11-09T14:55:53-05:00November 9, 2022|Community & Sisterhood, The Weigh In|

The Art of Throwing a Party

Entertaining entrepreneurs, Shannon Fehr, Clair Belknap and Robyn Thomas. These entertaining experts have a reputation for designing and hosting fabulous, fun events. During the time of year when you need it most, they share some trade secrets that will help make your next gathering a blast. Written by Christine Fellingham | Photographed on location at Land O' Goshen Farm Event Center by Kylene White When it comes to hosting a memorable party, these three friends and entertaining entrepreneurs have it all figured out. The first thing they advise any hostess to do is to [...]

By |2022-11-03T19:01:28-04:00November 3, 2022|Life & Style|

In the Kitchen with Damaris: Make-Ahead Thanksgiving

Photo by Kylene White Our resident entertaining expert and Food Network chef, Damaris Phillips, shares her strategy and recipes for a stressless, made-from-scratch holiday feast. By Damaris Phillips A few years ago my sister-in-law, Dameron, and I decided to cook the entire Thanksgiving dinner together. Growing up, our family dinner tradition was potluck style, so making everything ourselves felt like a fun challenge. We planned, we shopped, we organized and we started early Thanksgiving morning. By 4 p.m., we had created a stunning Thanksgiving dinner that anyone would be proud to serve. We [...]

By |2022-11-03T16:18:22-04:00November 3, 2022|Home & Garden|

Modern Family: Do We Have an Expiration Date?

When an older, grayer Jean West returned triumphantly to television news, the backlash drove her to call her colorist. Now, she issues a wake-up call on the age discrimination women face at the news desk and in the workplace. Written by Jean West | Photo by Kylene White It came out of the blue. Several years after I had retired from my 22-year tenure as anchor and reporter for WHAS, I got up one morning, turned on my computer and received an unexpected email notification. The subject line said “Hello from WAVE 3!” I clicked [...]

By |2022-11-03T16:08:27-04:00November 3, 2022|Community & Sisterhood|

Ex in the City: Dating After Divorce

Moving on shouldn't have a timeline or set of rules. But Dr. Ashley Anderson shares her thoughts on when the time is right to re-enter the dating world. Written by Ashley Anderson | Photo by Kylene White Giving love another chance — that’s probably one of the most complex decisions to make after you’ve made the decision to leave a relationship. After spending time and building a foundation with someone you thought you knew, but who turned out to be someone completely different, it’s hard to trust anyone again, especially someone new. There also seems to [...]

By |2022-11-03T16:09:16-04:00November 3, 2022|Community & Sisterhood|
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