Magazines2

Magazines2
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- Magazines2 - Travel by air--it's getting easier. - Coalition building: Creating the forum to change America. - Designed to adapt to you. - Name of the game is independence. - Expo gives you a first glimpse. - Objections to hiring PCAs. - Your health--keep everything going in your favor. - More than a room with a view. - The marketing of accessibility. - Take control. - How to word your PCA ad. - Disabled disapproved discouraged--where to go for help? - Stretching away stress. - A life-challenging quest changes her life. - New products & services. - Shooter. - Aren't they special? No--They're miracles. - Rules to improve airline service. - We need a standard. - High road. - Weight loss adds up for Miss Wheelchair America. - Disabled women wear their disability like the scarlet letter--but the letter is `V' which means... - Farming fever. - Plan your work work your plan. - Are we becoming multiply handicapped? - Choosing a chair? - Media challenged. - My good-night kiss was two double Jack Daniel's. (cover story) - Older problem drinkers--long-term and late-life onset abusers: What triggers their drinking? (cover story) - Alcoholics anonymous. (cover story) - Communities aren't helpless: Outreach to older alcoholics works. (cover story) - Evaluating alcohol use in elders. (cover story) - Peer groups support seniors fighting alcohol and drugs. (cover story) - Older problem drinkers: A community treatment continuum. (cover story) - `Gatekeepers' do the casefinding in Spokane. (cover story) - Homecare worker crime, one problem for police senior affairs unit. - Lawyers and social workers: The new partnership. (cover story) - Guardianship...there are alternatives. (cover story) - The legal needs of the elderly: Rights, wrongs and remedies. (cover story) - Expanding access to legal services: The legal hotline approach. (cover story) - Legal assistance: Making the most of `Insurmountable Opportunities.' (cover story) - Getting into the swing of golf art. - Susan Shatter. - Use bright pastels for a lasting impression. - Rearranging nature. - Isolating details in a landscape. (cover story) - Exploring my hometown. - Take steps to save your artwork. - The expanding market for children's book illustrations. - Techniques and equipment for transferring drawings. - Gaining self-confidence and patience. - Selling through a catalog. - Meet John Seerey-Lester. (cover story) - Lita Lopez Chavez: Portraits with personality. - Assembling cluster constructions. - Create a world inside a painting. - Carolyn Plochmann. - Reconsider woodcut printing. - Style and individual talent. - Being a specialist. - My cousin Katie. - Learning from Van Gogh. - Amy Stein. - Achieving vibrancy with a palette knife. (cover story) - Defining light with tight control. - Sharon Steuer. - Lessons from the past. - Selling drawings door-to-door. - The American Artist Collection 1990 selection: Sueellen Ross. (cover story) - Marjorie Portnow. - Learning to be spontaneous. - Robert Douglas Hunter in the Boston tradition. - Tradition and innovation. - C. Michael Dudash. - Dedication of Hart and hand. - Fundraising for conservation. - The land we love...and lose. (cover story) - Forests in peril. (cover story) - Water, water everywhere... (cover story) - The rural landscape. (cover story) - Symbols of life. - Vanishing wildlife. - The figure in nature. - The Childers touch. - Profiting from art shows and reproductions. - The life of a portrait painter. - An intimate and mysterious world. - Precise watercolors. - Creating lively paintings. - Putting life in wildlife painting. - Todd and Kathy Schorr. - Georgia O'Keeffe, A Life. - Painting the solitude of the city. - An outdoor painting demonstration. - Rebuilding on a solid foundation. - Larry Blovits's multipurpose studio. - Doug Johnson. - Matting for impact III. - Mining cultural legacies.