June 2012

 

Honoring the Y – Chromosome

 

FEATURES

Calendar of Events

Getting to the Biltmore Lift
– Dawn Izon

Adjusting Well: Dr. David Nygaard
– Gini Kaufmann

The Y Chromosome Conundrum
– Sarah Hollis

Friendship Builds Bridges
– Rachel Bliss

Artist Daryl Slaton’s Whimsy
– Louise Glickman

Practicing Gratitude
– Stuart Zitin

Peter Kater and R. Carlos Nakai
– Kathy Godfrey

They Got The Beat: percussion fest
– Laura Hope-Gill

The Art of Networking
– Roberta Binder

Answering a Heart Call (With Melody Of Life Lyrics)
– Jonna Rae Bartges

Ending Veterans’ Homelessness
– Alison Bond, Whitney Lott, Hillary Bolter

Beethoven Lives in Asheville
– Beth Browne

Rob Pulleyn on the Art of Recognizing Your Destiny
– Jonna Rae Bartges

 

BONUS ARTICLES, ONLINE ONLY:

Daughter & Dad: Different Paths, Similar Patterns
– Maureen Mahan Copeloff with Thomas W. Mahan

Become the Full Expression of All You Are
– Randy Siegel

The Art of Desire
– Kristine Madera

 

DEPARTMENTS

Cosmicomedy: If a Tree Falls in Alexander…
– Lavinia Plonka
Funny Isn’t It?
– Jeanne Charters
Mindfully Yours: Trouble with Men in Paradise
– Judith Toy

 

CURRENCY CORNER
Currency Corner–Estate Planning 101: Granting Power of Attorney
– Lorri Gifford

 

MINDING HER OWN BUSINESS
Women, Spirit & Money: The New Masculine
– Sherri McLendon
“Showing Up” is Critical
– Saralyn Collins

 

COMMON SENSE HEALTH

Minimize the Risk of Autism
– Maureen McDonnell, RN

Sleep Apnea: A New Mind/Body Solution
– Dr. Damaris Drewry

 

WOMEN MAKING MUSIC
Men Making Music and Making Music Happen!
– Peggy Ratusz

 

WORDS BY WOMEN (AND MEN)

How Things Work: poem
– Cathy Sky

Woman’s Work: poem
– Tom Hooker

Mod Life: poem
– Robert Dixon

Book Review A Seeker’s Guide to Inner Peace by Trey Carland
– Mary Ickes, a review

Book Review Shooting Star by Richard DuRose
– Mary Ickes, a review

What It Would Now Take: poem
– Clark Kimball

Those Summer Nights: poem
– Julia Nunnally Duncan

The Last Word

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