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January/February 2017 Issue

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In This Issue: Managing Editor’s Letter Seafood Sensations Only Orchids Glossed Ask An Attorney Topock Maze Air-Purifying Plants for the Home Photo Finish What is Art? HavaNew! And so much more!  Pick up your copy or subscribe now!

Fading Light

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A lone cactus appears to be taking in the final rays of sunlight in the desert north of town. The starkness of the desert floor accentuates the green of the cactus while the cactus spines appear to shimmer in the fading light. The colors of the clouds and sky further accentuate the lack of contrast in the rocky foreground. Jamie snapped this shot off Chen[...]

Only Orchids - Directed Towards Helping

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With 11,232 members on their Facebook page, the Only Orchids Charity has racked up some major accomplishments since their inception in June of 2016. They’ve come a long way since their first meeting at Schlotzsky’s, where they got together to brainstorm a direction for the group. Based loosely on the Orchids and Onions section of the local newspaper, the gro[...]

Seafood Sensations in Lake Havasu City

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The nearest ocean might be a couple hundred miles away, but these dishes put Havasu on the map as a chief destination for sensational seafood. From laid-back eateries to seasoned steakhouses, there are several options when it comes to finding lobster, crab, oysters, shrimp, mussels, and more -- whether you’re looking for pan-seared, smoked, broiled, fried, g[...]

HavaNew!

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New Businesses in Havasu—Give them a try!

AIR-PURIFYING PLANTS FOR THE HOME

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What does your home have to do with a NASA spaceship? Indoor air pollutants for one. In 1998, NASA discovered “sick building syndrome” due to the astronauts experiencing symptoms of headaches, nausea, eye irritation, coughing, dry skin and the inability to focus because of being confined in a sealed space with little air flow. Stagnant air allowed pollut[...]

What is Art?

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Trying to define art can be a lesson in futility—art, they say, is in the eye of the beholder. We caught the attention—and the eye—of several local artists as they demonstrate that art can be many things, but most of all art can be anything that you have a passion for and are willing to share with others.

November/December Issue 2016

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In This Issue: Managing Editor’s Letter Shop Soup & Sandwiches Just Visiting Glossed Ask An Attorney Life by the Lake Trees - Choosing, Planting & Staking Photo Finish Big Boys' Toys Require Big Boy Spaces Take a Hike - No Experience Necessary And so much more!  Pick up your copy or subscribe now!

Sailin’ Away

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Not every boat on the lake is about speed. Joe Morgan, a 28 year old student living in Lake Havasu, captured this photo off the back of a friend’s boat. “I enjoyed the way the sky was meshing with the water, it was truly mesmerizing and looked like a painting.” Joe used his IPhone 6 Plus to take the photo. About Joe Morgan Originally from Minnesota, I move[...]

TREES... Choosing, Planting & Staking

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A properly chosen tree can provide beauty, shade, wildlife habitats and screening of unwanted sights to your landscape. Now is the perfect time to plant trees in your yard so their root system can become established prior to our area’s hot summer temperatures. Size does matter. Be sure you do your research prior to picking out the tree of your dreams. F[...]