Archive for July, 2014


Crushing on grapes

Crushing on grapes

The business of wine exerts a powerful pull on those who go near it.

Wine’s a marvel. The Bible tells me so.

Wine’s a marvel. The Bible tells me so.

Knowledge of winemaking comes in very handy in my work as a pastor, which really shouldn’t come as a surprise.

The commencements of Fortunate Hove

The commencements of Fortunate Hove

For a girl exposed to all of the dangers of war, education meant everything. That much has not changed since she left Zimbabwe.

Are you going to eat that?

Are you going to eat that?

If you know what’s good for you, you’ll include plenty of fiber in your diet. But you’re going to need a lot of help digesting it.

How three Kingsmen got their colors

How three Kingsmen got their colors

Soccer and Cal Lutheran have made a difference to lifelong teammates who first donned the jerseys at age 8. Each is the first in his family to attend college.

Worth risking

Worth risking

Two graduating biochemistry majors and an international MBA student took the top prizes in CLU’s first Business Design Concept competition, where they pitched ideas for new products and services to a panel of outside judges.

For ‘startup guy,’ multiple bets on green energy

For ‘startup guy,’ multiple bets on green energy

Owing to speedy growth in the renewable energy sector and his own strengths, Les Fritzemeier works with startups that are pushing advances in solar and wind power.

Talk to the hands

Talk to the hands

As a massage therapist, I learn a lot about my clients’ pain. First, I had to help my dad through his.