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With an eye toward food, wine and entertaining, this issue sets an informative table as we welcome the holiday season to our homes.

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“We have had our summer evenings, now for October eves.” —Humbert Wolfe, poet

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“Somewhere within all of us is a wordless center, a part of us that hopes to be immortal in some way, a part that has remained unchanged since we were children, the source of our strength and compassion. This faint confluence of the tangible and the spiritual is where art comes from.” —Richard Schmid, excerpt from Alla Prima

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“I never learn anything talking. I only learn things when I ask questions,” once said legendary football coach Lou Holtz. In this issue focused on Education, our writers asked a lot of questions about a host of learning-related topics. Read what they discovered.

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“Community events create strong communities, and a strong community is a healthy community. A healthy community is a happy community.” —Sandy Smith, writer

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“In early June, the world of leaf and blade and flowers explodes, and every sunset is different.” —John Steinbeck, author

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