Capturing the Light Show

The Landscape Art of Cody DeLong

Mtn Living Mag September 2010

DeLong-Landscape-1When entering the Merchants Gathering in Jerome—an old filling station complete with pump—visitors often find Cody DeLong, brush in hand. On a Friday, he carefully daubed drab olive paint on a canvas to bring a relic truck to life. Whether he is mixing oils for a still life or a landscape, his subjects are often right around the corner.

“I drove an RV around the US for four years, and I kept coming back to the West, Arizona in particular, because there’s so much public land,” said DeLong who settled in Cottonwood a dozen years ago. “I can go ten minutes in any direction from my house and be on a trail where I can paint.” Continue reading “Capturing the Light Show”

Bond Daddy

Local Authors John Bott & Jason Fowell Write Big Money Thriller

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Story & Photography by Gail G. Collins

Daddy Bond PosterSet in the Bayou City in 1974, the financial thriller, Bond Daddy, takes readers into the inner workings of a bond market boiler room. Attorney turned author, Jason Fowell, and securities broker turned author, John Bott, give readers a rare glimpse into the high-pressure, deceptive, and coercive sales tactics used to lure investors into purchasing stocks and securities. Continue reading “Bond Daddy”

Coping with Autumn Allergies

How to Prevent the Cycle of Seasonal Allergies

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Fall-2010“Twenty to thirty percent of the general population has some allergy problems,” says Douglas K. Schreiber, M.D. of Copperfield Allergy & Asthma. “And there’s a lot of bad information and home remedies out there.” The number takes into account food, seasonal, and topical allergies. And though over-the-counter medications help people cope, he advised caution in self-diagnosis and treatment. Continue reading “Coping with Autumn Allergies”