Monthly Archives: February 2011

5 Secrets of a Successful Graphic Designer

Soren Henrich is a graphic designer. He believes in using his visual abilities for good – helping Mother Nature, affecting change, building community. Over the past 27 years, he’s fashioned a boggling array of logos, ads, brochures, websites, banners, and … Continue reading

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How Getting Poked Can Change the World

No, not facebook: community acupuncture. Imagine you don’t have a lot of money (not a stretch for most folks). You pay your rent, buy your groceries, clothe your family, feed the dog – but your disposable income is pretty much … Continue reading

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The Well – a new model for business in the 21st Century?

That’s what owner, Hopeton Anderson, believes. He set up shop in the 800 block of Fort St. with a plan to build a business steeped in community. A writer himself, with over 20-years experience in the real-estate business, Hopeton returned … Continue reading

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Coffee: a science or an art?

According to Sam Jones of 2% Jazz, it’s a delicate blend of both. (Yes, hot beverage is a good answer too, but it lacks the zeal of big ideas like “science” and “art”). I had the good fortune to sit … Continue reading

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