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66 on 66

by Kristine Morris

The creation of the Interstate Highway System under the administration of President Dwight Eisenhower opened a faster, more convenient passage across America, but, with its four-lane “freeways,” it also marked the death of its rural... Read More

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You Are a Heroine

by Kristine Morris

Heroines are needed now more than ever, and Liller’s self-help book uses classic paradigms to show women how to unlock their own heroic powers. Myth and theory come to life in Susanna Liller’s You Are a Heroine: A Retelling of the... Read More

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Say What You Mean

by Kristine Morris

Words can hurt, and they can heal. We need only look around us these days to see how the words we use, and the ways we use them, can create or destroy individuals, families, communities, even nations. In these chaotic times, Oren Jay... Read More

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Extra Helping

by Kristine Morris

The gift of a pot of hot, nourishing soup; a loaf of bread still warm from the oven; a salad of bright, crisp greens; or a rich chocolate pudding says “I care” in a way that words cannot. Written for those for whom cooking is an act... Read More

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The Miracle Club

by Kristine Morris

In the late nineteenth century, a small group of esoteric seekers calling themselves The Miracle Club explored principles and techniques to affect reality through thought. Mitch Horowitz, a writer on alternative spirituality and a New... Read More

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