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International Day of Peace

International Day of Peace

Since its 1981 inception, the Peace Day has marked humanity’s personal and planetary progress toward peace. The celebration has grown to include millions of people in all parts of the world. Dubuque celebrates it’s sixth year of participating on the International Day of Peace with a host of varied events, all tied to the this […]

Is it Too Late to Plant?

Is it Too Late to Plant? by Sara Carpenter from Steve’s Ace Home & Garden Every year I get people calling me to ask if it’s too late to plant. Fall is actually THE BEST time of the year to be planting in your yard. The ground temperatures are warm and the air temps are […]

Positive Attitude Party

Positive Attitude Party BY Matt Booth I’ve done a lot of research on attitude. The research is clear. It really does pay to be positive as much as possible. Being positive is not just a nice way to live. It’s the way to live. Positive Attitude Power is the world’s leading and most powerful energy […]

Happily Ever After

Happily Ever After by Pam Kress-Dunn Strickland Gillilan (1869–1954) wrote a terrific poem called “Reading Mother.” It starts off, “I had a mother who read to me Sagas of pirates who scoured the sea. Cutlasses clenched in their yellow teeth; Blackbirds stowed in the hold beneath.” Many of his references are dated; what on earth […]

Boom Boom Out Go The Lights

Boom Boom Out Go The Lights By Bob Gelms Charles D. Taylor has written an all-together fascinating account of a modern day nuclear attack submarine called Boomer. Boomer is the nickname for the class of submarine that Mr. Taylor is writing about. It just so happens that I have a friend who spent 6 years […]

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #247

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #247 Notes from the 365ink Publisher I guess I’m a little slow on the update sometimes. It only took three groups asking me if we do a Winter Festivals Poster to counter our Summer Festivals poster before the frying pan finally hit me between the eyes and I thought “Hey, why […]

Some Wisdom on Teeth

Some Wisdom on Teeth  by Bill Kuttler, DDS May has me thinking about proms and graduations–rites of passage for teens becoming young adults.  It also leads me to reflect about the dental rites of passage, although most of you probably don’t think about those as often as I do!  Young parents eagerly watch for the […]

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #247

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #247 Notes from the Publisher of 365ink Magazine I guess I’m a little slow on the update sometimes. It only took three groups asking me if we do a Winter Festivals Poster to counter our Summer Festivals poster before the frying pan finally hit me between the eyes and I thought […]

An Absence in the Family

An Absence in the Family by Pam Kress-Dunn Bob and I returned home late, one warm August night. As usual, our cat, Leo, greeted us, flopping down on the living room floor, ready for his nighttime routine. First, get brushed, rolling over on cue. Next, wait for the fistful of treats that come as the […]

Consider Death

Consider Death by Matt Booth You’ve heard over and over again that, life is short, time is limited and you should live like today is your last. Logically— death is a fact of life. Most people tend to avoid thinking about their own death. For healthy young people, death seems so remote. The concept of […]