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David Lidstone, 81, sits for a photograph near the Merrimack River, Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021, in Boscawen, N.H. Lidstone, an off-the-grid New Hampshire hermit known to locals as "River Dave," had been living in a cabin in the woods along the Merrimack River, in Canterbury, N.H., for nearly three decades. He was jailed July 15, 2021 on a civil contempt sanction and was told he'd be released if he agreed to leave the cabin, that has since burnt down. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

'River Dave' doesn't think he can go back to being a hermit

- Associated Press

An off-the-grid New Hampshire man's days living as a hermit appear to be over. "River Dave," whose cabin in the woods burned down after nearly three decades on property that he was ordered to leave, says he doesn't think he can return to his lifestyle.

'The next evolution of farming has already begun'

The world population continues to grow with ever-increasing urbanization predicted to reach 80 percent by 2050. The U.N. predicts that human population will reach nearly 10 billion by 2050. This increasing population is also growing richer — and hungrier.

(Saje.com)

Skin brush from 'Saje' helps surface absorb moisture better

- The Washington Times

The news was shocking and disappointing to those of us who care for our bodies and skin: Microbeads, those tiny plastic scrubbing components used in exfoliators, were polluting our waterways. An even better alternative has emerged on the market in the form of the dry brush.

 The Tenleytown location of Massage Envy officially opened Thursday in Northwest. 
 (Christopher Jason Studios)

Massage Envy opens Washington, D.C., location in Tenleytown

- The Washington Times

At long last, Massage Envy has come to the District. The Scottsdale, Arizona-based pampering service has had capital-area locations in College Park and Lanham in Maryland, as well Arlington, Virginia, but with the opening of the company's new Tenleytown location in Northwest, the business has at last breached the capital sphere (or rather, square).

(laurachenel.com)

Laura Chenel's wins top goat cheese honors at ACS

- The Washington Times

Laura Chenel's will be on hand Thursday from 6:30 to 9 p.m. with samples of its award-winning products at the event "FOOD in the Garden - Fermentation Nation" at the National Museum of American History. The Northern California cheesemaker was awarded two first-place awards and two second-place honors at the American Cheese Society's 34th annual competition on July 28 in Denver.