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Behind The Barrel

As of 2007, September has been recognized, by Congress as National Bourbon Heritage Month, celebrating “America’s Native Spirit.” American whiskey, whether bourbon, rye or any other variation, is more popular than ever today.

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In the classic 1935 Marx Bros. farce “A Night at the Opera,” Groucho Marx finds his overpriced and tiny hotel room filled to the brim with a stream of incoming visitors. A knock on the door reveals a man offering room service … more »

Sep 18, 2014 Cover Story

Finally, The Treatment They Deserve?

"Turning lemons into lemonade.” In this most succinct analogy, that is what has happened with the Veterans Administration in the wake of the scandal that erupted earlier this year, beginning in Phoenix. more »

Sep 11, 2014 Cover Story

Justin Townes Earle, A Stranger No More

Justin Townes Earle has not led an easy life. His father, legendary musician Steve Earle, left him and his mother when Justin was still a toddler, and his relationship with Steve has been strained at best over the years. more »

Sep 4, 2014 Cover Story

What Is UnifiEd and How Can It Change Our Schools?

Everyone has a personal story about education, because it affects each and every one of us. Whether it is a heartwrenching story of lost opportunities or a tear-inspiring tale ... more »

Aug 28, 2014 Cover Story

Global Snap, Crackle, Pop

Energy efficiency is not sexy. You can’t really see it. You can’t point to it. But it has enormous potential to affect the planet’s growing thirst for power. According to a recent World Energy Outlook report... more »

Aug 21, 2014 Cover Story

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