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Myles Dannhausen Jr. is the news edi- tor of the Peninsula Pulse and a frequent contributor to Door County Living. The Sis- ter Bay resident went back to his restau- rant roots for this issue for a look at “The View From the Line” with an old kitchen mentor. A running and biking enthusiast, Dannhausen also serves as course direc- tor for the Door County Half Marathon and as a board member of the Northern Door Volleyball Association, Gibraltar Booster Club, and sits on the Program- ming Committee of the Door Community Auditorium.


Sally Everhardus has lived coast to coast and points in between before settling in Door County. She is Artist in Residence at Maple Leaf Bag, her business of art with a sense of humor, and paints on Wednes- days with the Door County Outdoor Painters. An active database manager for the Art League and Pesto Festo partici- pant for the Master Gardeners, she also serves on the board of the Women’s Fund where she is immersed in the vagaries of video production. As a Wolverine in Bad- ger country, she avoids wearing red dur- ing the football season.


Jacinda Duffi n has lived in Door County all of her post-collegiate life and has had the good fortune of wearing many hats: restaurateur, art gallery owner, play- wright. She is an avid reader, crossword puzzler, freelance writer, and theater- goer. Jacinda spends entirely too much time buying and selling real estate – both personally and professionally – and is a broker/owner and partner at True North Real Estate in downtown Fish Creek.


Gary Jones is a freelance journalist as well as a poet, fi ction writer, dramatist and teacher who lives in Northern Door with his wife of many years. He enjoys reading, gardening, and silent sports.


Brittany Jordt graduated from UW-Mad- ison in May 2009 with a BA in English and Theater. She feels excited and honored to be able to share her passion for the arts by contributing to Door County Living. Door County is a wonderful community with a variety of art forms and very tal- ented artists, which makes it a delight- fully compelling place to live and to write.


The study of nature has been a lifelong pursuit for Roy Lukes. Learning, photo- graphing and teaching about the natural history here since 1964 has sharpened his awareness and knowledge of the ex- cellent biodiversity in Door County and the urgent need for stronger continuing stewardship of this great peninsula.


Melissa Ripp is a native of Door County and moved to the windy city of Chicago in December 2010. She misses her home dearly, but does love the fact that she lives 10 feet away from a taqueria. In ad- dition to eating tacos like it’s her job, Me- lissa is also the owner of Peapod Public Relations & Marketing where she plans marketing strategies for clients both in Chicago and Door County.


Copy and Literature Editor of the Penin- sula Pulse, Sally Slattery has spent every summer season writing and waitressing in Door County since graduating from Wi- nona State University with a BA in English. An aspiring baker and avid reader, she also enjoys packing up for adventures in such places as New Zealand, Croatia, and Madison. Though, as she has discovered, all roads lead back to Door County.


Bonnie Spielman is the Marketing Coor- dinator for the Fish Creek Civic Associa- tion and can be found moonlighting as a bartender at Alexander’s. With a college background in English and journalism, she has enjoyed rekindling her interest in writing. Bonnie and her husband Bob own Hat Head and reside in Fish Creek with their dog Looper.


Since 1992, Patty Williamson and her husband have spent April through No- vember on Kangaroo Lake, and the li- cense on their van reads LVDCWI. Patty has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English and a master’s and doctorate in education administration. When not writing, she spends her time traveling, reading, doing crossword puzzles and needlework, researching her Irish roots and volunteering at Zion United Method- ist Church, American Folklore Theatre and Door Shakespeare.


Jen Zettel is a Door County native and recent graduate of University of Wiscon- sin – Madison where she earned a BA in journalism and English. After working for her college daily, she welcomed the op- portunity to return home and work for the Peninsula Pulse. When she’s not out chasing a story, she can be found at Wil- son’s Restaurant & Ice Cream Parlor serv- ing delicious treats.


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