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Letter From the Publisher

Autumn has returned. It’s time to unpack a few sweaters and socks and make ready for seasonally cooler days and nights ahead. Here in Tampa Bay we’ve come to expect weather conditions bordering on perfect this time of year. The great outdoors calls, from irresistible Gulf beaches, tennis courts and bike lanes to outdoor markets, concerts and so much more.

The 23rd annual ASES National Solar Tour touches down in Tampa Bay the 6th and 7th this month, offering the public an inside look at the amazing advances in this industry. Bringing together solar supporters, home and business owners and grassroots activists, the tour features a collection of solar open houses and local solar tours throughout the Bay Area. To learn more about the tour and exact locations open for examination, visit NationalSolarTour.org.

Awareness of nature’s healing power is growing, locally and nationally. On page 30, freelance writer and multimedia artist Marlaina Donato brings amazing facts to light in "Multifaceted Chiropractic". This insightful article includes numerous integrative ways chiropractic practice encourages the body’s inborn ability to heal itself.

As always, open your heart and mind and read on.

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