Cover Art By: Ed Mell
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After overcoming a devastating spinal cord injury, Roy Tuscany is helping others to recover and thrive.
Easy enough for a weeknight meal yet elegant enough for a dinner party, these fish recipes are sure to impress.
Nancy Reagan had an outsized role in protecting and shaping the Reagan presidency.
How far would a displaced New Yorker go for the perfect pastrami sandwich?
If you have no time to take a run outside, try this simple exercise you can do in your home office.
Limericks of a lovestruck lad
Many of us fume about our pet peeves, but Philip Gulley dreams of something more: payback.
How was she supposed to feel about her ex-husband’s death?
Computers were supposed to reduce office labor. They accomplished the opposite.
Artist Ed Mell creates paintings and sculptures that capture the majesty and spirit of the American West.
In this gallery we share a selection of artist Ed Mell’s paintings of the desert Southwest
This healthy and delicious side dish is the perfect complement to an outdoor barbecue party.
Fifty years after “American Pie,” the folk musician is still connecting with the heart of America.
Many of the ocean’s inhabitants spend most of their lives in near darkness. To compensate, almost all of them make their own light.
Garrison Keillor is focusing on the inexorable decrepitude that accompanies aging — as well as the manifold pleasures that accrue as you arrive there.