September 2013

In This Issue

In The Face of Adversity

Despite an acute facial-recognition disorder, dyslexia and severe paralysis, Chuck Close creates massive-scale portraits that have solidified his place among the modern masters of the art world. And for the next four months his work is right

Of Grannies and Gratitude

Table of Contents: September 2013

Innocence Lost

On December 14, 2012, the world stood still as the events of Newtown unfolded. The unimaginable had happened. And yet, out of the tragedy, heroes were born. Kaitlin Roig is one of them. She barricaded the door, told her students she loved them and pray

Bright, Bold and Just Beginning

Learn the names of these ten young leaders in sports, arts, politics, economics and philanthropy, because this most definitely isn’t the last you’ll hear of them

Board of Ed Elections, Party Politics vs. Principle

Making Their Mark

 

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