1.   I Could Have Danced All Night

Gentry Magazine


The quintessential Renaissance man, Richard Powers’ credits could fill a Palo Alto phone directory: academician, choreographer, composer, dance historian, engineer, graphic designer and illustrator, inventor, founder and honoree. Gentry interviews the man who has been called one of the most graduates of Stanford University’s... ➜ read full article

  1.   First Striker

Spirit Magazine


Few people thought the U.S. National Soccer Team Cup in France this month. And few think it will beat Germany in its first game of the tournament. But the team's brash leading scorer, Eric Wynalda, just stays focused on shaking things up. On a drizzly Sunday afternoon in February at Oakland Coliseum, the... ➜ read full article

  1.   Sowing Seeds Of Support

Spirit Magazine


For the past eighteen years, Jack Gray has cultivated rare medicinal herbs and blueberries on his forty-acre farm outside Eugene, Oregon. Maybe you've plucked fresh herbs from the produce section of your supermarket or savored plump blueberries from Winter Green Farms. If so, you've enjoyed the fruits of Gray's labor. ➜ read full article

  1.   The Message Is The Media

Spirit Magazine


When word leaked out that a bunch of media people in Washington, D.C., were contemplating a museum to examine and celebrate the news business, skeptics' eyes rolled. After all, public opinion polls had indicated that many Americans, turned sour over the past couple of decades by some media practices...  ➜ read full article

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