July 2017


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by Allison Potter
Painter Alexandra Morse is known for her bright, colorful mixed-media work. Here, she and photographer Allison Potter create a different kind of art for us underwater.
 
 
 
The best way to deal with invasive and venomous lionfish? Put them on the dinner plate.
Amy and Ben Wright's coffee shop is a stable, safe and positive work environment for employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
 
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One Love Goes International
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