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Communities

A healthier and happier place to live

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October 2014 Publisher Letter

October 2014 Publisher Letter

Milwaukee is now recognized as a pioneer at the forefront of America’s progress toward sustainability.

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Keeping a Leading Edge on Renewable Energy

Keeping a Leading Edge on Renewable Energy

Kirk Kindred, national sales director of SunVest Solar, a design-build solar development company in Pewaukee, is optimistic about the future of solar energy.

The National Wildlife Federation: Making Wildlife Habitats at Home

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Airwaves Activist

Airwaves Activist

Public Radio’s Steve Curwood Empowers Listeners to Aid Planet Earth

The host of Living on Earth ponders the threat of global warming, the show’s impact on eco-politics, and the importance of listener feedback.

An A for Apples

An A for Apples

It’s a Top-Ranked Superstar Fruit

Dense in antioxidants, apples ward off chronic illnesses; some varieties deliver even more beneficial nutrients than others.

Breath-Taking Wisdom

Breath-Taking Wisdom

Six Ways to Inhale Energy and Exhale Stress

Breathing with intention works to reduce stress, diminish pain and clear out mental cobwebs.

New Cancer Test for Dogs

New Cancer Test for Dogs

Detects Illness in Time for Effective Treatment

A simple new blood test allows cancer to be detected four to six months before a dog develops outward symptoms.

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Go Ahead, Daydream

Go Ahead, Daydream

Turns out it's an essential, beneficial human activity.

Creative Computing

Creative Computing

Programmed Software Composes Original Music

Prized Junto

Prized Junto

The Creativity Foundation Taps Top Talents

Entrance Exam

Entrance Exam

College Applicants Leverage their Creativity

Sound Play

Sound Play

Birds, like humans, sing just because they can.

National Park Art

National Park Art

Artist-in-residence programs at national parks offer unique creative opportunities.

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News Briefs

Nutritional Balancing Through Hair Test Analysis at Blooming Buds

Licensed acupuncturist Nataliya Runtova, owner of Blooming Buds Medicine, in Brookfield, has introduced to her clinic a new technique of deep healing that begins with hair test analysis.

IQAir Home Air Purifier Available at Mequon Vacuum Center

During October and November, Mequon Vacuum Center, LLC, will offer $50 off the IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier.

Dr. Axtell Celebrates Naturopathic Medicine Week

Dr. Sarah Axtell, a naturopathic physician and the founder of Lakeside Natural Medicine, in Shorewood, will commemorate the U.S. Senate’s designation of Naturopathic Medicine Week, October 6 through 12, by offering a 10 percent discount on initial visits.

Free Farm Festival at Wellspring

In keeping with its annual tradition of celebrating all things local, organic and sustainable, Wellspring Education Center and Organic Farm will host Agri-CULTURE Fest, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., October 12.

Natural Awakenings Joins Film Festival as a Community Partner

The Milwaukee Film Festival runs from September 25 to October 9. As one of the festival’s community partners, Natural Awakenings magazine and Transition Milwaukee present the film Happiness (Eftyhia). The film will be screened at 4:15 p.m., October 6, at the Landmark Oriental Theatre, in Milwaukee.

Anatomy Trains Workshops at Movement Center Pewaukee

Movement Center Pewaukee will host two trainings based in the Anatomy Trains approach to movement and bodywork. Anatomy Trains for Manual Therapists will be taught from October 24 through 26 and Anatomy Trains for Fascial Therapists takes place November 1 and 2.

Upcoming Exhibit Promotes Urban Wood Industry Mission

Urban Wood Encounter, a furniture exhibit showcasing works made from fallen city trees, will open with a reception at the Lynden Sculpture Garden on November 9 and run through January 25, 2015.