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M! Society — Arkansas Symphony Orchestra with Conductor Phillip Mann

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, The Sheid, Mountain Home M! October/November 2011

10 M! Things to Do on a Cool, Colorful Fall Day

Women Who Hike the Ozarks

By Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell 1. Float Your Boat Car Ferries are a fun way to enjoy some time on the water without having a boat. Pick a sunny day and let the crisp air blow through your hair, and don’t forget the camera. If you live near a large body of water, you’re sure to find Read More

Catherine Sawyer: Blonde, Brunette, Beautiful

Catherine Sawyer Today

Story by Deb Peterson | Photographed by Clint Sawyer Catherine Sawyer has been as surprised as everyone around her at the changing color of her hair. She’s been blonde, brunette, and auburn—in addition to being bald!—as a result of chemotherapy treatments for breast cancer. “I definitely don’t see myself as a blonde,” Catherine says. “I Read More

Mini-Profile: Breast Cancer Survivor Jan Price

Jan Price

In July of 2010, Mountain Home’s Jan Price was diagnosed with breast cancer. She knew that meant she would lose her hair. “I chose hats, because wigs are hot, and working at our store, Shady Grove Country Store, I knew wigs would absorb grease from the grill,” Jan says. She ordered plain hats, hats with Read More

Mini-Profile: Breast Cancer Survivor Katy Tessman Stanoch

Katy Tessman Stanoch with husband Dave

Katy Tessman Stanoch of Minnetonka, Minn. was diagnosed with breast cancer after her first mammogram. On her 40th birthday, she had a double mastectomy. When Katy’s hair fell out “like dry leaves,” her mom shaved it off. Katy’s husband Dave celebrated with her on Valentine’s Day 2009, below, and their son, Louis, wrote this haiku Read More

To Your Health! Hair Loss During Chemotherapy

Corinne Hiser, ANP

By Corinne Hiser Hair loss from chemotherapy or radiation therapy is a possible and very unwelcomed side effect. These therapies target all rapidly dividing cells—healthy cells as well as cancer cells. Hair follicles are some of the fastest-growing cells in the body and divide every 23–72 hours. Within several days to a few weeks, you Read More

Bella’s Table — October/November 2011

Southwestern Bean Dip

Recipes by Estella Tullgren | Photographed by Deb Peterson It is 105 degrees outside and I am thinking of the October/November food article—not an easy thing to do. Not only that…but the holidays will be here before we know it. I decided to share with you some of my favorites for the upcoming fall and Read More

Look M!: The LBD

The Sheet Music from Breakfast at Tiffany's

By Lance and Elizabeth Cheramie You have to wonder if Audrey Hepburn had any idea she was creating an iconic image when she graced posters sheet music for “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in her little black dress in 1961. The perfectly simple but sexy LBD has been around even longer than that, first introduced by Coco Read More

May Your Smile Be Merry and Bright: Wear Your Little Black Dress and Your Whitest Smile to Holiday Parties this Season

Diane Burton

Story by Deb Peterson | Photographed by John Blair and Deb Peterson You need to whiten your teeth.” That’s what one of Diane Burton’s trusted friends told her one day. With love, of course. Diane went home and looked in the mirror. Her friend was right. It wasn’t for lack of hygiene or trying. Diane Read More

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