May 2016

All the content from the May 2016 “Out & About” issue!

FEATURES

COVER ART: UNCONDITIONAL LOVE by Sahar Fakhoury; oil on canvas, 48” x 36” Sahar works with oil paint, watercolor, mixed media and clay. Her recent works are inspired by people she encounters on the streets, while traveling or doing their daily chores. Attracted by their body movements and expressions, she creates her own impressions in her compositions. You can find her work at Asheville Gallery of Art and Trakeside Studios. saharafakhoury@gmail.com www.sahar-art.com Trackside Studios, 375 Depot St. River Arts District, Asheville 828 242 4708

COVER ART: UNCONDITIONAL LOVE


by Sahar Fakhoury; oil on canvas, 48” x 36”


Sahar works with oil paint, watercolor, mixed media and clay. Her recent works are inspired by people she encounters on the streets, while traveling or doing their daily chores. Attracted by their body movements and expressions, she creates her own impressions in her compositions. You can find her work at Asheville Gallery of Art and Trakeside Studios.


saharafakhoury@gmail.com
www.sahar-art.com
Trackside Studios, 375 Depot St.
River Arts District, Asheville
828 242 4708

Are You Ready for the Community Resilience Challenge? by Laura Lengnick

Is There an Evolution of Love Happening? by Layne Cutright

Moving About Our Great State by Mary Gregory

Joy Riding on Desolation Row by Peggy DeBell

Over the Rainbow by Ayal Hurst

When One Window Closed, Nature Opened The Door by Sue Wasserman

Asheville’s Cultural Scene for Locals and Tourists by Dari Mullins

Honoring Nature, Gathering Seeds, Building Community by Kate Stockman

Between a Rock and a Hard, Hard Place: (Mis)Understanding Mental Health by Kitty Richards

Mental Health Month 2016

DEPARTMENTS

Meet Our Advertisers

Esther Blakely of Cataloochee Valley Tours

Laura LeFevre of Lymphatic Therapy Solutions

Her Beautiful Journey – April Cornell

Opinion

Words From The Editor by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker

CosmiComedy: Four Travel EssaysCosmiComedy: Four Travel Essays by Lavinia Plonka

Funny, Isn’t It? by Jeanne Charters

Brewing Up A Storm

Gettin’ Out Front – Wilmington NC Brewer Kelsie Cole by Anita Riley

To Your Health

What’s The Big Deal About Bone Broth? by Medea Galligan, MS Nutrition, CHHC, AADP

Ask the Experts: Supplements & Herbs by Mike Rogers and Bill Cheek of Nature’s Vitamins & Herbs

The Adiprep® Approach Transform the way you look… at fat by Dr. George Ibrahim

Food For Thought

Does Lactose Intolerance Occur Naturally? Lactose needs Lactase! by Sandy McCall

Minding Her Own Business

Take Your Medicine by Dawn Starks

In Heart-Centered Business, There’s A New Beginning in Every Ending by Sherri L. McLendon

Your Perfect Relationship: Why Women Need To Get ‘Intimate’ With Money by Meridith Elliott Powell

Do You Have Enough Impact? by Ursula Jorch, MSc, MEd

Women Making Music

Karen Lovely’s Lucky Star by Peggy Ratusz

Words By Women

Poetry: A Mother’s Night by Diana DeFerrari

Book Review: Three Books to Better Understand Diversity by Melanie McNair

Why I Visited All The National Parks Of The South by Danny Bernstein

Book Review: “Cotton in Augusta,” “Joy in the Morning” and “From Myra to Laura” A Trilogy by Shirley Proctor Twiss reviewed by Mary Ickes

Book Review: “Borning In and Borning Out” by Marnie Muller

Book Review: “Battles of a Bipolar Buddhist” by Kitty Richards

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