Monthly Archives: November 2011

“Minhaj Gedi Farah becomes face of hope from the famine |”

The Innocent Face of Famine The face of  famine in Kenya is heart wrenching but also hopeful when you see what can happen over time with the right care. For me pictures truly tell a story and this is a … Continue reading

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Chicago Tribune: Putting off baby

From the Chicago Tribune: Putting off baby When Dr. Rachel Wellner got a text from her brother Tuesday night that his wife was in labor, she was speaking at a fancy charity event for breast cancer research. As soon as … Continue reading

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Trouble for Gilded-Age Beech Trees in Newport, Rhode Island –

NEWPORT, R.I. — In the Gilded Age, the rich built marble palaces here, surrounding them with exotic trees they acquired with the same ardor they brought to assembling their fabulous collections of art…. Their favorites were European beeches — green, … Continue reading

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