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Mid-Year Crisis?

Bronzella Brown, Editor – bcleveland@masonrymagazine.com We are at the half-way point and I wonder if the first half of 2020 actually did go by faster? I feel like we are back to a new beginning where we can start over. Thinking back on the past few months it really makes me wonder, did I learn …

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An In-Depth Look at Manufactured Stone Veneer

Words: Sarah Lograsso, Director of Marketing at Boral Stone DivisionPhotos: Cultured Stone, Eldorado Stone Stone is one of the world’s most enduring building materials, and it’s never offered as much versatility as it does today. Manufactured stone, in particular, offers lighter, thinner, and more diverse interpretations of natural materials than almost any other material. As …

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A Chip Off The Ol’ Block: One Woman Follows in her Father’s Footsteps

Words: Joanne M. AndersonPhotos: Christy Crook  Christy Crook is in the unique camp of following in her father’s footsteps. Many famous names and lots more not-so-famous people have embraced their dad’s work passion enough to make it their own. Hollywood may revere Bruce Willis’s daughter Rumer Willis, Jon Voight’s daughter Angelina Jolie and Billy Ray …

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Helping Veterans Heal: Natural Stone Institute RISEs to the Occasion

Words: Cassandra Stern Photos: Natural Stone Institute, Gary Sinise Foundation “These service members and first responders have already done their part. They have already given themselves. And it is our great privilege, through the trust of the American people and the support given to us, to do our part to give something back to them.” — Gary …

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