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Seven Wings to Glory

Review: Seven Wings to Glory

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August 14, 2017 • Book Reviews, Books, Entertainment, writing

In Seven Wings to Glory, author Kathleen M. Rodgers tells a layered story of life as we know it. It’s rarely simple and often riddled with secrets and surprises. Rodgers’ latest book explores loss, racism, forgiveness, and hope. Protagonist Johnnie Kitchen uses her dream job as a newspaper columnist to bring to light long buried… Read More ›

People »

Q&A With Tour Guide Kathy Hendrickson

At the Castaneda

More than a tour; it’s an experience If you are looking for someone to lead a tour of Las Vegas, N.M., you couldn’t find a better person for the job than Kathy Hendrickson of Southwest Detours. Her enthusiasm combined with copious amounts of research give clients what they’re looking for, an entertaining experience full of… Read More ›

Entertainment »

Review: Seven Wings to Glory

(3) Seven Wings to Glory

In Seven Wings to Glory, author Kathleen M. Rodgers tells a layered story of life as we know it. It’s rarely simple and often riddled with secrets and surprises. Rodgers’ latest book explores loss, racism, forgiveness, and hope. Protagonist Johnnie Kitchen uses her dream job as a newspaper columnist to bring to light long buried… Read More ›

Health »

The purpose of purpose

(2) Golden Years

In a recent study, researchers at University College London found that, for people over the age of 65, a sense of purpose and overall well-being meant that they were 30 percent less likely to die over a period of eight and a half years. This study followed over 9,000 English people and found that, at… Read More ›

Enrichment »

Healing in forgiveness

Sunrise

And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him. 1 John 4:16 (KJV) Forgive and forget. The forget part is hard. We mull over disappointment, wrongs done to us, wrongs we have done to others…. Read More ›

Lifestyle »

A taste of Thailand with a NM twist

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This Thai grilled chicken brings a delicious combination of citrus flavor, cilantro and spice to chicken. I suggest serving it with some green chiles, roasted on the grill, and with rice. Make sure to marinate the chicken for at least three hours, if not overnight. (Photo by Wheeler Cowperthwaite, Rio Grande Sun) ESPANOLA — Summertime… Read More ›

Inspiration »

NM Painters Exhibition Opens Sept. 17

(2) Virtuoso

(Note: This article was distributed by New Mexico Highlands University, Office of University Relations) A 15-year-old violinist concentrates on his complex music in Nacho Jaramillo’s painting Virtuoso. Foreboding rust-colored clouds approach in Johanna Keenan’s painting Sand Dunes Before a Storm. A Brazilian educator and American linguist, both renowned philosophers, are depicted in Erin Currier’s painting… Read More ›

Business »

Write Stuff Newsletter:

Business Opportunity

Business development and planning You’ve decided to go into business for yourself. Congratulations. Now what? There are dozens upon dozens upon hundreds of websites that will tell you how to go into business. Many of them are advertising sites that lure you into trying their particular method. Most are targeted toward already successful businesses looking… Read More ›

Las Vegas »

Out and About in Las Vegas

(2) Pinwheel Quilt

A tiny overview of the 2016 Places With a Past Tour in pictures, with a comment or two… NOTE: Apologies to readers. My first post of this was weird in ways I can’t explain, so I took it down, not realizing there would be a post with links to the “site that is no more”…. Read More ›

My Town »

Jewelry Artisan and Entrepreneur

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Making art into a business Being in business is a challenge and an opportunity all wrapped up in one great adventure. When you’re good at it, you share your expertise with others who are dipping a toe into the entrepreneurial waters. With more than thirty years of experience under her belt, Andrea Gottschalk of Unikat… Read More ›

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