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Bradley Lincoln

Writer and editor

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Dependable, meticulous editor and captivating and adaptive writer skilled in facets of creative endeavors, including content creation, marketing, copyediting, and proofreading. Adept at maintaining a high level of accuracy on multiple simultaneous projects.

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UnitedHealthcare Newsroom
Meditation Doesn't Have to Be Daunting. Try It While Walking.

The mental and physical merits of walking are well established, from helping ward off depression to preventing heart disease. Meditation, likewise, can help reduce anxiety symptoms and improve sleep quality. Have you ever considered combining these seemingly very different activities?

Mr and Mrs Smith
Trails of the City: The Best Hikes in Los Angeles

Nobody walks in L.A. to get anywhere in particular, but fitness-obsessed Angelenos sure do love powering steep staircases and meandering dusty paths for hours. The weather's always amiable, the views are scenic and diverse, and hiking is a welcome alternative to sitting in commuter traffic, so take a cue from the locals and step it up.

UnitedHealthcare Newsroom
Breathe In, Breathe Out: Start Reaping the Benefits of Yoga

Are you interested in yoga, but not sure where to begin? Maybe you've heard about people finding their inner-zen and you're wondering if it's as good as it sounds. International Day of Yoga is an inspirational time to start, and you don't even need a gym.

PLAYBOY magazine
How the Sundance Film Festival Turned Park City into a Vibrant Getaway Destination

Park City, Utah has morphed from Mormon community to miners' mecca to world-class skiing Valhalla with three major resorts. Sundance added a sexy cinematic element to the mix when Robert Redford came to town, and today the little burg nestled in the embrace of the Wasatch mountain range is a lively vacation destination year-round.

CHICAGO magazine
The Right Stuff

John Robert Wiltgen used light fixtures covered with hand-dyed Indian silk throughout the lobby of the Emerald. The wooden chairs and tables were designed by Jill Salisbury for EL: Environmental Language. Photo Gallery::: For Chicago designer John Robert Wiltgen, using environmentally conscious products is a given.

CHICAGO magazine
Mane Event

Things have been clipping at top speed for the hairstylist Anthony Cristiano since he resigned last year as the creative director of Elizabeth Arden/Mario Tricoci Salons. Besides managing the manes of clients in Chicago and Los Angeles, he has worked on models that have appeared in L'Uomo Vogue and Mercedes-Benz ad campaigns.

CHICAGO magazine
Playboy Club Props for Sale, Little Independent, Vintage Bazaar

Published Feb. 9, 2012 The Publican and Moto won't be the only ones serving up rabbit this weekend over on Fulton Street, my friends, because Katie Ernst has gotten her hands on a selection of glamourous 1950s props and furniture that were used to dress the sets for the short-lived NBC drama The Playboy Club and she is selling them (and other gussied-up vintage finds) at one of Revision Home 's popular open warehouse sales.

CHICAGO magazine
Domestica's Debut

Welcome to the first issue of Domestica, Chicago Home + Garden's subscription e-newsletter. We'll be delivering fresh weekly blasts of local design news, openings, killer sales tips, and inspirations.

CHICAGO magazine
Domesticular Gastronomy

I went down to Grant Park to cheer on a friend who ran the Chicago Marathon last month (way to go, Franklin!), and stopped by the last day of the Wired NextFest since it was right there, in a big ol’ tent. Maybe because the show was in its waning hours, nothing seemed to be working.

CHICAGO magazine
Upholstery 101

To reupholster, or not to reupholster-that is often the question when thinking about redecorating, buying new furniture, or poking around estate sales and antique stores. Is it worth it to put money and time into giving an old sofa or chair a fresh outlook?

CHICAGO magazine
Space Invader

Photo: Peter Ross Laurie Anderson In 2002, the performance art pixie and Glen Ellyn native Laurie Anderson became NASA's first resident artist. On November 20th and 21st, she brings The End of the Moon, the solo musical and spoken-word piece that grew out of the experience, to Fullerton Hall at the Art Institute of Chicago.

CHICAGO magazine
Lab Partners

If you need evidence that Sarah Dunn and her partner, Martin Felsen, are two of the city's most promising new design talents, consider the case of Hannah's Bretzel.

CHICAGO magazine
You Should Know ... Julia Sweeney

Post something on Craigslist and you might be surprised to find the former SNL cast member, acclaimed author, and Grammy-nominated monologist Julia Sweeney standing at your door. Since she moved to the North Shore with her daughter, Mulan, 9, and husband, Michael Blum, a scientist, she's been getting to know her new city via the online trading post.

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