July 2015

All the content from the July 2015 “Music, Music, Music” issue!

FEATURES

THIS MONTH’S COVER IMAGE: PHOTO OF MURAL on wall of the Village Cafe in Bryan, Texas by J. Vincent Scarpace who is best-known for his abstract fish art which, to him offers “a personal journey through the use of basic of art  elements: line, shape, and color…” For more information about Scarpace and his art, visit his website www.ipaintfish.com or email him at artist@ipaintfish.com. Photo taken by Sophia Phillips-Noll. The cover this month is from a collection she calls “Graffiti Beautiful.” She can be contacted via her website at sophiasperspective.com.

THIS MONTH’S COVER IMAGE: PHOTO OF MURAL on wall of the Village Cafe in Bryan, Texas by J. Vincent Scarpace who is best-known for his abstract fish art which, to him offers “a personal journey through the use of basic of art elements: line, shape, and color…” For more information about Scarpace and his art, visit his website www.ipaintfish.com or email him at artist@ipaintfish.com. Photo taken by Sophia Phillips-Noll. The cover this month is from a collection she calls “Graffiti Beautiful.” She can be contacted via her website at sophiasperspective.com.

The Music of Erika Jane by Haley Steinhardt

Hangin’ On The Line by Janis Gingermountain

Do You Know What Your Love Codes™ Are? by Layne Cutright

Fatimah Rashida Shabazz: Music and Movement “Stir My Soul” by Sandy McCall

Leah Song and Honey Holler by Aile Shebar

Healthy Lifestyle With Edible Landscaping by Megan Riley

The Journey of Geri Littlejohn: Flutemaker, Musician, Ceremonial Healer by Sophia Noll

Just Get Up And Dance by Carollyn Lee Peerman

DEPARTMENTS

Opinion

Words From The Editor by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker

CosmiComedy: Easy Listening by Lavinia Plonka

Funny, Isn’t It? by Jeanne Charters

Meet Our Advertisers: High Country Style

Meet Our Advertisers: Dawn Starks – The One That Got Away

Meet Our Advertisers: Michele Denise of Crystal Journeys

Meet Our Advertisers: Mary Jane Grigsby of Adesso Interior Design

Brewing Up A Storm

Beer and Music: Pairs Well With Community by Anita Riley

Common Sense Health

Common Sense Health: Flushing out Toxins by Maureen “Mo” McDonnell, BS, RN

Empowering Women

Bullying by Jeanne Crane

Food For Thought

“Zoodles” & “Coodles” by Sandy McCall

Mindfully Yours

Songs of Silence by Judith Toy

Pet Care Corner

What Things are Toxic to Your Pets? by The Animal Hospital of North Asheville

Women (And Men) Making Music

Playing Music is a Real Job by Peggy Ratusz

Words By Women

Song for Fatimah: a poem by Erin Campbell

Sunday Afternoons: a poem by Julia Nunnaly Duncan

Frida: a poem by Emily Ross Hansen

Book Review: The Music We Make:  “Cloud Atlas” by David Mitchell reviewed by Lauren Harr

Book Review: “Phase Line Green: The Battle for Huế, 1968″ By Nicholas Warr reviewed by Mary Ickes

“Stories on Asheville’s Front Porch” with Kristin Pedemonti


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