By Clay Barbour Bear with me as I talk shop for a little bit. Journalists, and journalism itself, have taken it in the teeth for a good long while. We can argue whether it’s fair or unfair. Believe me, behind the scenes we complain about decisions involving coverage and approach more than you argue over […]
We are a bit thinner this time around, but we’re still here, doing all we can for our readers and our advertisers. So, dive in and let us take your mind off coronavirus for a few hours.
Jeff Hewitt was equal parts poet, journalist, community activist and photographer. He died in February, but leaves behind an enduring legacy.
There’s something special about transforming four walls and a roof into your own little corner of the world.
The technical term is anthropomorphism: the act of attributing human characteristics to non-human things. But c’mon, spend any time with dogs and you will find yourself talking to them – and most likely, answering back as them.
This comes to mind now because in this issue, along with stories on fashion, restaurateurs and travel, we have a big, beautiful spread on vineyard dogs.