Destinations can seem so pre-determined — catchy jingles on a hurdy-gurdy, calendar images on a carousel — that travelers can ignore what's nearby. Sometimes, within reach of the main attraction, are hidden grottoes, architectural marvels, even elephants bathing in a river.
“Every year in January, a count is done of the homeless families in the area, a snapshot of homelessness,” says Denise Collins, executive director of MASH. “Between 2010 and 2014, the numbers have been pretty much constant. Typically, there are around 50 families a night in shelter or transitional shelter.”
At its launch in May of 2005, Grace was a thumb-in-the-eye to convention — our stylish, smart and highly local rebuttal to the so-called omen's magazines that promoted celebrity and circulated damaging, unrealistic ideals of beauty.
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