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Kelly Rimer plays outside with her sons.

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Image Archives: Stories: Special Issues: Alex Maness

  • "Mr. Blues," by Riley Foster
  • Casa
  • "Mr. Blues," by Riley Foster
  • Alex Maness
  • May 9, 2001
  • Rebecca stands in her new home: Kay's backyard
  • Fount of Dreams
  • Rebecca stands in her new home: Kay's backyard
  • Alex Maness
  • May 9, 2001
  • Durham's Greenhouse Cafe offers both vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals. "I just can't stand boring food," says co-owner Linda Steiner (right, with co-owner Will Foy and cook Rebecca Distenfeld).
  • Tofu to the People
  • Durham's Greenhouse Cafe offers both vegetarian and non-vegetarian...
  • Alex Maness
  • Mar 21, 2001
  • "It's prehistoric," says Wimpy's Grill owner Larry Mishoe (standing with his wife, Brenda, a.k.a. Wimpy) in reference to carnivorous activity.
  • Tofu to the People
  • "It's prehistoric," says Wimpy's Grill owner Larry Mishoe...
  • Alex Maness
  • Mar 21, 2001
  • "Most people find that when you move to a vegetarian diet, your options expand," says TVS President Dilip Barman.
  • Soy to the World
  • "Most people find that when you move to...
  • Alex Maness
  • Mar 21, 2001

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