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Finding a Way to Dance

Finding a Way to Dance

by Lauri Gwilt
November 18, 2012

She slowly entered the room with the aid of a walker, dressed in a red and white muumuu, complete with straw hat and festive yellow lei. Her companions turned her chair to face the audience of locals and tourists who were gathered at the hotel to listen to... Read more

The Boots of Life

The Boots of Life

by Eric Alan
November 11, 2012

Exactly twenty years ago, I headed to the hospital to have surgery for cancer at the age of thirty-three. It was the first step in a vital battle to keep life from escaping me at a time when it was barely beginning. As a measure of determination and insiste... Read more

JOMO: The Joy of Missing Out

JOMO: The Joy of Missing Out

by Lynette Sheppard
November 4, 2012

Recently there have been a rash of articles about FOMO - Fear of Missing Out. Apparently this phenomenon is epidemic since our uber connectivity through social media. We monitor our friends’ activity and fear that we are missing out when we aren’t doing, se... Read more

If You Do It Right, You'll Love Where You Are

If You Do It Right, You'll Love Where You Are

by Lauri Gwilt
October 21, 2012

“If you do it right, you’ll love where you are.” “Sometimes it may seem dark, but the absence of the light is a necessary part.” These words, which are actually lyrics from a song, have been playing over and over in my head for weeks, and I l... Read more

Reflecting Beauty

Reflecting Beauty

by Eric Alan
October 14, 2012

Reflections have long been a visual fascination for me, as a photographer, because of the way they transform and deepen color. Water takes the colors it’s given and frees something from within them, much as a sculptor frees a figure from the stone. Colors i... Read more