Art & Bees: Life with the Moultons

April 9, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Changing flowers to gifts of gold, bees are an industrious and integral part of nature. Though tiny, they make a significant impact on agriculture. They also provide us with a tasty, natural treat—honey.   These little workers and their natural treats form the basis of Stan and Alicia Moulton’s livelihood. The couple has been in […]

Cynthia Richards: Utah’s Mother of the Year

April 2, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Symphonic music involves the creative blending of diverse instruments into a unified work. Life, in many ways, is like a symphony—a blending of diverse elements in pursuit of a harmonious whole.   As an accomplished musician and mother of eight, Cynthia Richards, the 2012 Utah Mother of the Year, knows a lot about blending many […]

The Book Shelf with Cynthia Richards

April 2, 2012

Reading Time: < 1 minute “How to Get Your Child to Practice… Without Resorting to Violence!!” By Cynthia Richards   Summary: Drawing on years of experience teaching her eight children (and many others) to play instruments, classically-trained violinist Cynthia Richards presents a practical book on how to encourage children to develop musically.   Richards considers music a component of a […]