A sneak peek at some of the articles submitted by our readers:
Gettysburgh By Carl Whitehill
American Made By Dave Barnhouse
Boy with Flag - Spring '13 Back Cover by Amber S. Wallace
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A different kind of House - the Tiny House Movement.
Definitely not a Tiny House - The Blue House by R. Brunelle
By Karen Tremer
Photo courtesy Streets of Sadness
Writer Sarah Lohman creates a different kind of cake from America's first cookbook
America's other flag by David Keith Morris.
Historic Paul Revere House, renewing itself by N.Zannerini
The United States - a gemstone treasue chest? You bet! By Joel Arem
In Every Issue:
Men Just Don't Get It.
America by Chris O'Brien
Hand on Heart by J.Underwood
Photos by Nancy Ruest
Spring Tulips by Elise M.Fallon
Articles by our friends and contributors - Steph Leonard, Kelly Pooler and Kay Thomas.
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We are proud to announce we are now available at Norton's USA! Click on their link to see all the wonderful Made in America products they offer!
We are available at one of our hometown favorites. Stop in this fine cafe and artisan gallery - Everything 'Made in USA', of course! Click photo.
We are now available at Coolspring General Store. This mom & pop provides a glimpse back to a time when “haste” was as fast as the horse ran!
A look at the simple beauty of
By the People, For the People posters of the WPA.
Beauty abounds as Mother Earth unfolds a kaleidoscope of spectacular colors in the palette of spring. By D. Page
An imaginative voyage - hold on for the ride! Capsized. By Thomas Underwood.
Boulder Field, no not in CO, a little known interesting park in the Poconos of Pennsylvania. By L.W. Fish
Kevin E. Lake is an Iraq war vet and author, who struggles with PTSD. In his new book he tries to raise awareness about this devastating problem.
More than 46 million Americans live in Poverty USA.
Americans families were having a difficult time making ends meet before the recession. With continuing unemployment and increasing costs of living, more and more families have to choose between necessities like health care, child care, and even food.
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