Drones

Drones

Aug 26, 2014 | No Comments

By Cody Crawford Copious hype surrounds the tiny flying machines known as drones. Occasionally known as the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, or UAV, a “drone” can refer to anything from an armed military jet to a hobbyist’s model aircraft. Public awareness of drones is rising, and most people view them as either abundantly awesome or horribly […]

Busy Summer Fare

Busy Summer Fare

Aug 25, 2014 | No Comments

By Katie Hayes Despite all the effort, there are unavoidably stressful and hectic times in life.  To be plain and simple, my life is a little crazy right now. I recently started a new job in a new city, moved into a new house, raced a half marathon I trained for all spring and summer, […]

Here’s the Beef

Aug 22, 2014 | No Comments

By Becky Newbold Playing off strengths, Giles County’s newest attraction answers the decades old question with a substantial festival slated for September.   “Here’s The Beef!” was the design of several in the community and the idea of Chamber Executive Director, Jessie Parker. “Jessie has a strong heritage of tourism development in Giles County,” Melinda […]

Ben Daniel

Ben Daniel

Aug 19, 2014 | No Comments

Making Wayne County Music History By Anita Miller Raised in Collinwood, Tennessee, Ben Daniel learned to sing at the Shawnettee Church.  His father, Arlie, owns a tire shop in Collinwood and plays guitar.  His mother, Betty Brison Daniel, whose family has a rich musical heritage, played piano with The Singing Kinsmen and is now organist […]

Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Mayo

Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Mayo

Aug 18, 2014 | No Comments

Serves 3-4 Ingredients: 1 lb. salmon filet ¼ cup soy sauce 2 tbsp. water ½ tbsp. toasted sesame oil 1 inch fresh ginger, minced 2 tbsp. brown sugar 2 tbsp. rice wine 1 tsp corn starch ¼ cup mayonnaise 2 tbsp. sriracha hot sauce (found in oriental section of most grocery stores) Directions: Make the […]

The Great Toyzini

May 21, 2014 | One Comment
The Great Toyzini

By Antonia Meadors The hills of Tennessee can be bathed in stunning sunshine or covered by huge thunderheads in a matter of minutes. Things seem to run to extremes at times. The Deep South has an air of lingering funk that leads to the gothic. Tennessee can be a sun shower punctuated with a bolt […]

Busy Summer Fare

Aug 25, 2014 | No Comments
Busy Summer Fare

By Katie Hayes Despite all the effort, there are unavoidably stressful and hectic times in life.  To be plain and simple, my life is a little crazy right now. I recently started a new job in a new city, moved into a new house, raced a half marathon I trained for all spring and summer, […]

Snowball in July

Jul 31, 2014 | No Comments
Snowball in July

By Becky Newbold  A dream of Validity’s has truly blossomed this summer.  We continue to grow, print more magazines, reach more people online, enter new communities and have fun in the process. Who knew folks would be so excited to find Validity each month? “Looking forward to our next edition! Love, love, love VALIDITY!” Colleen Tighe posted […]

Here’s the Beef

Aug 22, 2014 | No Comments

By Becky Newbold Playing off strengths, Giles County’s newest attraction answers the decades old question with a substantial festival slated for September.   “Here’s The Beef!” was the design of several in the community and the idea of Chamber Executive Director, Jessie Parker. “Jessie has a strong heritage of tourism development in Giles County,” Melinda […]

Ciera’s Comeback

Aug 15, 2014 | No Comments
Ciera’s Comeback

By Cody Crawford Meet Ciera at age 20. Pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, living with roommates, paying her bills by working as a waitress, Ciera was every bit the traditional college student. Her semester was a bit hectic, though. She had signed up for demanding courses, and in the process of juggling school […]

Ben Daniel

Aug 19, 2014 | No Comments
Ben Daniel

Making Wayne County Music History By Anita Miller Raised in Collinwood, Tennessee, Ben Daniel learned to sing at the Shawnettee Church.  His father, Arlie, owns a tire shop in Collinwood and plays guitar.  His mother, Betty Brison Daniel, whose family has a rich musical heritage, played piano with The Singing Kinsmen and is now organist […]

Soaring, Swooping and Fluttering

Aug 12, 2014 | No Comments

By Bill Pulliam In the last two articles, I talked about birds’ feet and bills, and how they are tuned to each species’ lifestyle.   But, really, it is the wings that truly make the bird. Probably the first thing that most people think of when they think about birds is flight, and with good […]

Drones

Aug 26, 2014 | No Comments
Drones

By Cody Crawford Copious hype surrounds the tiny flying machines known as drones. Occasionally known as the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, or UAV, a “drone” can refer to anything from an armed military jet to a hobbyist’s model aircraft. Public awareness of drones is rising, and most people view them as either abundantly awesome or horribly […]

June Validity is Here!

Jun 12, 2014 | No Comments
June Validity is Here!

The June Validity hit the shelves a couple weeks ago, and we are really excited about this month’s articles! Make sure you take time to pick up a mag and read all of them. Read about Joel Lopez, who creates stunning Raku pottery.  Learn how to become a runner in June’s health article, Confessions of a […]

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