Free Concerts

Keeping It Free…

by Dawne Belloise July 6, 2012 July 2012

Fortunately, there are free concerts, and lots of them, for you to flee freely to throughout spectacular mountain venues

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MG190 letter's

Letters #190

by Mountain Gazette July 6, 2012 July 2012

As always our Reader Photos are top notch!

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Moonlight Chronicles #190

Moonlight Chronicles #190

by Dan Price July 6, 2012 July 2012

Mountain Gazette #190 Moonlight Chronicles.

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The Responsible Company

Mountain Media #190

by Andy Anderson July 6, 2012 Books

Our latest reviews of books, music, apps, and more!

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I Want a New Drug

I Want A New Drug

by Erich Hennig July 6, 2012 July 2012

Politics has been called the world’s second-oldest profession. If this is the case, then, in this country, the third is making moonshine.

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Deep Holy Water

Swimming in Deep Holy Water – A Haitian Odyssey

by Vince Welch July 6, 2012 Features

Six classes short of receiving a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, he quit school, much to the dismay of his parents. In fact, he was bound for Haiti — to serve a nobler cause

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Wandering Sacred Shores

Wandering Sacred Shores

by Jen Jackson July 6, 2012 Features

With coffee in hand, we walked the craggy Mexico shoreline, absorbing spray at the watery intersection of moon’s playful drag and gravity’s covetous leap.

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Mountain Gazette Cover Contest

Cover Contest

by MG Admin July 6, 2012 July 2012

Vote in our Cover Contest, and be entered for your chance to win a prize!

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Just Three Things to Remember

Just Three Things to Remember

by Cal Glover July 6, 2012 Features

Why do they call it golf? Because all the other four-letter words were taken.

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Bob Chamberlain's Mountain Vision

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision

by Bob Chamberlain July 3, 2012 July 2012

When I first met her, Keeney’s highest aspiration was to move to Paris and become a Lady of the Evening, or of the Morning, for that matter.

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