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Featured in this Issue
Gas prices are already steep—so how does $7 a gallon sound?
Rockwell was a great talent spotter, but he couldn’t get one young painter to sit still for a portrait.
When TV commercials drive you around the bend, you may be tempted to take a lesson from Elvis.
This delicate dish combines sweet blueberries with savory trout.
An engrossing new short story from mystery writer Brendan DuBois.
Does this new technology make credit cards obsolete?
In a hilarious excerpt from his best-selling Familyhood, the Mad About You star reflects on his favorite, um, sport.
With few exceptions, the U.S. has been a two-choice nation for most of its existence. Is it time for a change?
Can cleaning house help clear your spiritual deck? How one couple found peace in tidiness.
New experimental technologies aim to help paralyzed patients leave their wheelchairs behind.
Although those chicken wings may not be great for your waistline, new studies reveal that rooting passionately is good for your mind, body, and spirit.
As consumers increasingly demand organic produce, and as massive industrial farms rise to meet their needs, will it spell the end of the family-run, lovingly tended, earth-friendly farm?
Hoping for a cure—and hungry for spiritual nourishment—a thoroughly modern woman makes a pilgrimage to the sacred grotto at Lourdes.
Congratulations to Gayla Baggett our Nov/Dec 2011 Limerick Laughs Contest Winner!