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Portage Lakes Boat Show results are in

Above, left to right, Jim, Ken and Dick Shumaker hold the Ned Mohrman Memorial Trophy, which is awarded to the entrance considered the best boat at the antique and classic Portage Lakes Boat Show. Steve Shumaker, pictured right, shows a visitor the 1956 Cruiser’s Inc. 250 Holiday, fitted with a 70-horsepower Mercury outboard engine. The […]

The faded tradition of hand block printi...

The kaleidoscopic construction of diverse economic and cultural (“eco-cultural”) identities across India provides a deeply rooted connection between a social group’s cultural tradition and the source of its economic sustenance. For communities engaged in the intergenerational transfer of traditional knowledge, involving the production of rich and complex handicrafts, their own way of life, livelihoods and […]

Marlène Vivian Luke Lopez | Obituary

Valley Hills Funeral Home Marlene Vivian Luke Lopez died on September 6, 2021 in Seattle, WA from a brief illness. She was born on May 23, 1946 in White Swan, WA, a member of the Yakama Nation. Marlene was raised in Harrah, WA by her mother, Aurelia Ross Wapato and her father, Ed Wapato. Marlene […]

Muskogee’s Okie: Flusche puts his talent

Stephanie Flusche has found a way to turn a flat tire into history, a flea market visit into an adventure, an old door to art. She hasn’t always been so cunning. Flusche said she was more into dancing, cheerleading, and softball while growing up in Casa Grande, Arizona. She played softball for Connors State College […]

New distilleries open in Wilmington, Car...

It’s hard to believe that until 2019, the Wilmington area had no distillery. Now, with three more in the works, it looks like another exponential growth spurt is underway downtown and Carolina Beach. The first one that should open is Four Hounds Distilling. Max Sussman and Chris Stellaccio set up the distillery at The Veggie […]

Jeffrey Edward Stevenson | Obituary

Brookside Funeral and Crematorium Jeffrey Edward Stevenson, 60 years old from Selah, WA passed away on August 23, 2021. He was born to Dick and Joidene (Southards) Stevenson on July 23, 1961, in Yakima, WA. For a long time, Jeff was a 3rd generation baker, learning his skills from his late grandmother Anna and late […]

Guide to Theodore Roosevelt National Par...

Where buffalos roam and badlands deserve their name. The section of the Interstate from Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the heart of North Dakota Heartland is fantastic if you love grain elevators and cattle. Otherwise, no one will mistake a walk on I-94 for one of America’s most scenic drives. Then, out of the blue, it happens: […]

Fun in Fort Bend: CraftWorx in Richmond ...

If you’re looking for something to do on a night out that is a little different from your typical night on the town at a bar or restaurant, CraftWorx owner Alexis Geissler may have a solution for you that unleashes your creative side. The DIY Craft Studio at 11135 Harlem Road Ste. 220 in the […]

SenERGY: Hey, Over Sixty Artist: Where a...

The art world is a big triangle with artists like Jenny Saville at the top, and aficionados like me who have home studios and occasionally exhibit somewhere down there. Full-time or part-time, it’s worth knowing where you are on the Triangle. Sarah Thornton’s “Seven Days in the Art World” not only examines the highways, Thornton […]

Gravers Lane gallery launches its portfo...

Portfolio by Gravers Lane Gallery is a bi-monthly resource designed exclusively for the community of art consultants, interior design and architects. We specialize in contemporary 2 and 3 dimensional works, with a strong emphasis on materials and artisanal studio practices. Our associates are trained studio artists, experienced in managing site-specific private and public orders, managing […]