Monthly Archives: July 2012

Readers Poll winners announced

By Jim Hornsby… Dancing Noodle Magazine celebrates its first anniversary this month. We want to thank everyone who helped make it a successful year, but a special thanks is due our writers. Seventeen writers contributed articles this past year, and it has been a great pleasure to meet so many talented, imaginative people. Writing is hard work and we appreciate their efforts. Without them there would be no magazine. Continue Reading

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Cycling and Recycling at the Tour de Fat

By Jim Hornsby… This year’s Tour De Fat made its first stop of the summer in Nashville’s Centennial Park. Billed as the nation’s most colorful bike festival and filled to the brim with bike-themed fun, it is a sight to behold. Its circus-like midway has three colorful stages, activity tents, concession stands and unique bicycle art installations throughout the grounds. Continue Reading

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Mount Whitney, the Beautiful

By Jesse Mathison… Normally people begin preparing for Mt. Whitney several months before the climb. Every hiker must have a permit, of which there are limited amounts, and usually the yearly allotment is reserved by the end of January. Legality aside, there’s also logistics, such as rental cars, thermal jackets and the always-useful can of bear mace. Continue Reading

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