The simple things are also the most extraordinary things, and only the wise can see them.”     – Paulo Coelho

An old station wagon. An abandoned couch. Empty seats. A paint chipped advertisement. Finding beauty in the often overlooked is what drew us to our cover , page 3 and center feature artist this month. Brian Fouhy masters the art of capturing a moment in time through his lens that many might not even give a second look. A moment in time that might spark nostalgia, and inspire you to pay attention.

Speaking of which, thank you for being here. This month, we introduce you to Maura, founder of Red Camper. Chances are you’ve passed by a thousand times and didn’t 

stop in, hopefully next time you will. This little space is filled with homemade treasures from ethically made slow batch preserves, to fresh baked bread. You’re sure to find something that speaks to you. 

Then we shine a light on the kind and knowledgeable ladies who run BodyIntel, an inviting space that specializes in physical therapy and Pilates. They are big supporters of paying attention to the needs of your body on a regular basis. 

No matter where you turn, we hope you find something that speaks to you within these pages. Happy Summer!

Your neighbors, 

Sam and Shaleen DeStefano