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The best of Radish: Voters choose stories worth revisiting
From food, local farmers, crafts and the outdoors, to health and fitness, pets, good area businesses, things that make you think and more, you'll find it in Radish magazine. For the last 10 years, the staff behind the magazine have worked hard to make it a publication dedicated to all things healthy living.
Last fall, the staff racked their brains for what they thought were the best, most memorable stories featured in Radish since its inception in 2005. Then, Radish Winter Wellness Festival attendees in December voted for their favorites among the stand-outs. We promised to publish the results, so here they are. More »
The best of Radish: Recipes worth repeating
There have been more than 120 issues of Radish magazine over the course of the past 10 years. With at least one recipe featured in each issue, that adds up to — a lot of recipes!
We at Radish put our heads together last fall and chose 10 that we liked best. Then, we asked the readers who attended the second annual Radish Winter Wellness Festival in December to vote for their favorite.
Here are the contenders, ranked in... More »
Pick a card: Reuse greeting cards for these easy DIY Valentine's
With the season of love looming over our heads, we may be feeling the pressure to send the perfect messages to those who are close to us. We also might be stressing over budgets and generating more waste.
If you're anything like me, you have a box filled with greeting cards from every holiday or event imaginable tucked away in a closet; a box nearly bursting at the seams from the collection of Valentine's Day greetings from elementary school... More »
Practicing self-care: The secret to happiness lies within us
We live in a culture where our priorities lie in having someone there for us. It's in our music, on TV and embedded within social media. Some would say the "Me Decade" came and never left.
However, in her practice, licensed independent social worker Candice Kundert, founder and director of The Healing Heart Center Inc., in Davenport, notices an irony. "It is always so much easier to care for others than for ourselves, particularly for women,... More »
From the editor
It's officially the second month of the new year, but I'm still writing 2015 on everything. Maybe I'm not entirely finished with the year — convenient, because we at Radish aren't finished celebrating our 10-year anniversary, either, which we hit in December.
We've covered a lot of ground in our first 10 years, and thanks to our readers, story subjects, contributors and advertisers, we've become more than just a magazine — we're... More »
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