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Editor’s Note: October 2022

Editor’s Note: October 2022

Are You a White Rabbit?  There is an ongoing conversation in this office about tardiness. Are there certain people in your life who are always keeping you waiting? Or are you the person who is constantly running to get from point A to B on time? As a Type A person, I...

The Power of Music

The Power of Music

Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” crescendos and you find yourself getting lost. Simultaneously, fingers and head start to snap in keeping with the beat. You feel compelled to rap and, out of nowhere, you start singing lyrics you did not even know you knew. Next up, Ramin...

Where in the World is Clayton Rollison?

Where in the World is Clayton Rollison?

The worker bees in the trenches will tell you that chefs come and go. The only constant in the food and beverage industry is change. You could be in the weeds with a best friend on Thursday night only to find out they took a job across the street on Saturday. The most fortunate restaurant owners will tell you their biggest secret is consistency with the staff. Make them happy whatever it takes.

Stone Restore by Doug Hoover and Roddy Lane: Ask your neighbors

Stone Restore by Doug Hoover and Roddy Lane: Ask your neighbors

If there is one lesson many of us have learned the hard way, it is not to trust everything we read or see on the internet—especially those glowing reviews that are often incentivized, paid for, or downright fake. When looking for a professional to work in your home, it pays to come out of the digital world and ask around your neighborhood.