Whether you’re dressed as a slice of pizza for a part in a movie or working 9 to 5 at an office, Jamie Farish-Williford of New York City believes in making your life story one worth telling.
Special Olympian Kyle Dutiel doesn’t let limitations dictate what he can accomplish. Preparing for his third World Games, this athlete lives his life to the fullest.
Florida choreographer Christopher Dean Anderson shares his insights on the importance of being a strong role model and teaching younger generations lessons that will carry them across the stage and through life.
Carolyn Bennett Lott of Grenada, MS, knew she had found a treasure when she stumbled across a collection of handmade quilt blocks…she also knew she just had to finish the project started by a stranger so many years before.
The art that Bonnie Dickerson of Jackson, Mississippi, creates is original and timeless and could blow away in a heavy wind. But the fleeting life of chalk is what draws Bonnie to the medium.
Nashville singer/songwriter, Benton Stokes, launches new album centering on redemption.
Anelese Holt found her perfect remedy to chronic depression…glitter, sparkle, and handmade crafts.
Fiction writer Kenneth Mark Hoover discusses his love for the true Old American West in literature, not the one born of Hollywood clichés, but the historically rich and fascinating one that is so often forgotten.
Adam Wear of Krum, Texas, shudders at the crude, unevolved communication platforms of texting and e-mail; but an even greater offense to this grammar guru is how text lingo is replacing intelligent conversation.
At 34 years old, Alan Burrow of Jackson, MS, is an unlikely student of horology, the study of mechanical timepiece repair and creation. He shares how these pieces of micro-engineering connect us to the past and explains what to look for when purchasing your own mechanical timepiece.