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For millions of Americans, nothing represents new beginnings quite like the start of another baseball season. The sight of a perfectly manicured field. The smell of popcorn, peanuts, and hot dogs. The crack of a bat hitting the ball and the thump of the ball hitting a mitt. It’s a springtime paradise.
And this season is even more notable, with Major League Baseball celebrating its 150th anniversary. In honor of this momentous occasion—let’s play two!
Spring breathes new life into all it touches—from the newly budding flowers to the birds finding their voices once again.This issue of American Lifestyle rejuvenates our spirit with a trip to the Smithsonian’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center—a monument to innovation—a pair of fresh recipe ideas, tips for giving your home a whole new appearance, and a look at some of the world’s most fantastic spring festivals.
Maya Angelou once said that creativity is boundless: the more you use, the more you have. This issue of American Lifestyle encourages you to embrace creativity with a ceramist profile, delightful winter recipes, viewing party hosting tips, and February travel ideas.
A February trip can even be fun if you think outside the box. There are plenty of interesting and enlightening places to take in, such as a love-centric town in Colorado, an African American history and culture museum in Washington, DC, and a jazz music festival in Idaho.
May your cup always be filled with the creative spirit. As always, it's a pleasure to send you this magazine.
With the holidays behind us and winter in front of us, many go into survival mode—already counting down the days until spring. This issue of American Lifestyle is packed with ways to not just survive but thrive this season, including snow-sculpting adventures, getaway ideas, a pair of lemony recipes, and positivity advice.