Mahmoud Ghannoum, the son of a Lebanese plumber, is perhaps the world’s leading authority on the microscopic fungi in humans. He’s also an author and businessman who keeps reinventing himself while saving lives in the process.
Whether you eat to live or live to eat, you can learn a lot from Sahar Rivzi.
"The people of Shaker are the heart of the community and it seems that around every corner there is something new to learn and discover."
Shaker Fire Department’s in-house mechanic had never worked on a fire truck when he was hired 33 years ago. Now he’s integral to the City’s commitment to public safety.
Robert Madison’s rise to the top of his profession as an architect began in the Jim Crow era. But the obstructions and insults merely sharpened his courage and determination.
"I love that our new office on Lee Road is a quick drive or bike ride away."
"It’s not just about making another packaged granola for people to buy, it’s about sharing the idea that food that’s good for you can also taste good."
Meet some of the Shaker women who have broken through to the top of their law firms.
Artwork and heirlooms become touchstone objects with the power to maintain a physical connection with people and places lost to time, says the owner of Illumine Creative Solutions.
The British tradition of Afternoon Tea is alive and well in Shaker, thanks to the particular expertise of a hard-working American woman.