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Radish Healthy Living Fair Returns June 17
Want to learn more about all things health- and wellness-related and have fun while you're at it? Check out the 11th annual Healthy Living Fair!

The only one of its kind in the Quad-Cities, the fair is a celebration of local and natural foods, health and fitness, community organizations and environmental stewardship. Find it Saturday, June 17, next to the Freight House, 421 W. River Drive, Davenport.

Vendor booths are still available. For more information, call 309-757-8380.




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Exhibitors: Enjoy fun, informative booths
Throughout the Healthy Living Fair, you'll find more than 50 exhibitors representing area businesses, organizations and more, offering information, demonstrations and free samples, as well as a wide range of health- and wellness-related products and services.

The fair truly celebrates the best the area has to offer in local and natural foods, health and fitness, community groups and environmental engagement, and offers attendees the... More »

On the water: Q-C program gathers rowing enthusiasts
In the wee hours of the morning, while many of us are still sleeping, a whole culture springs to life between the banks of the Mississippi River.

If you've happened upon the members of the Y Quad Cities Rowing program, you know what I'm talking about. These folks slip out into the water in those quiet hours, gracefully gliding their crafts across the surface of the river.

Sure, you'll see them out there during other times of the... More »

The mind-body connection: Iowa City woman works to practice what she preaches, and vice versa
As a psychology major in the late 1990s, Betsy Rippentrop learned firsthand about the mind-body connection.

It happened during her senior year at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minn. Rippentrop spent a month in Miami, Fla., working in a cancer center as part of her college experience. Patients who came in for treatment also saw a mental health professional and were taught how to meditate.

"It was a pretty cutting-edge... More »

from the editor
Mother Nature is a fickle gal.

It seems as though every time I make plans for something outdoors, it pours down rain. Softball game? Thunderstorms. Camping trip? Damaging winds. Radish cover shoot? Scattered showers.

Now that it's June, I feel like I've paid my rain-out dues this spring, and I'm hoping that clear skies will roll in for our 11th annual Healthy Living Fair on June 17! We'll be in our usual spot... More »

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