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FEATURE STORY: FIRE ‘N FURY – SALUTING THE HEROES & FIRST RESPONDERS OF THE SOCAL WILDFIRES – SOCAL LIFE MAGAZINE, MARCH/APRIL 2018

Click here to read the PUBLISHED (with photos) story here. (Pages 46-50) For the text-only version read below: Eric Mukes: Fire Captain, Ventura City Fire Department At five years of age, Eric Mukes knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up: The Lone Ranger. After all, the guy rode around on a […]

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YOU BELONG IN A MUSEUM! – THREE OFF-THE-BEATEN PATH SOCAL MUSEUMS

Pubished in the Jan/Feb 2018 issue of SoCal Life Magazine. Click here to read on Cloudup or on my personal travel blog. Or for text-only version (no photos) read text-only version below: One thing no one will argue with is that each of us belongs in a museum _ especially in SoCal, where we have so many […]

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CAST-OFF COUTURE – SOCAL’S DESIGNER RESALE AND VINTAGE CLOTHING BOUTIQUES – SoCal Life Mag

Click here to read published version (with photos) on Cloudup or read text-only version below: Castaway Couture: SoCal’s Designer Resale and Vintage Clothing Boutiques by Jenni Keast Ever wonder what happens when moneyed fashionistas grow weary of their $12,000 vintage 60s Chanel gown or their $1,200 Valentino Garavani “Russian Ballet” scarf? Or when a washed-up career sends celebs from […]

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Like Rolling Stones – Feature Cover Story

Published In: Roads to Adventure Magazine  (Text-only, more readable version below.  At end of this text-only version is a Downloadable Published PDF version that includes photos, captions and all sidebars.) Feature Article (Cover story):  Like Rolling Stones:  How does it feel to be on your own. 
With no direction home. 
Like a complete unknown. 
Like […]

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Taking on Taos – Published Feature Cover Travel Story

Published In: Roads to Adventure Magazine Feature Article (Cover story):  Taking on Taos: No longer just a mecca for expert skiers and art lovers, tantalizing Taos, New Mexico, boasts four family-friendly ski areas—all within minutes of each other. Target Audience:  Young families who camp and RV (but not like their parents). Journalistic Style:  Participatory – […]

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