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In Pursuit of Passion - Jennifer Snyder

The pursuit of passions, creativity, and curiosity has been a driving force for Jennifer E. Snyder throughout her life and her career - a listen to one episode of her popular podcast, Creating Your Own Path, will make that clear. With over 100 episodes in the archives, Snyder is a podcasting veteran, but she’s not one to be satisfied with the status quo and her drive to serve as a catalyst for lively and thought-provoking conversation is evident in both the podcast and in her book, 100 Days of Discussion

In Pursuit of Passion - Emily Jeffords

As an artist, Emily Jeffords produces her signature stunning landscapes, which evoke a powerful sense of calm and serenity. As a wife and mother, Jeffords is thoughtful, compassionate, and dedicated to nurturing her family’s needs and wants. In person, Jeffords is lively, light-hearted, and quick to magnanimously point out the achievements of others. In her writing, however, you begin to see the fullest picture of Jeffords emerge.

Always Bring the Adventure

This summer, there is absolutely no doubt that you will be invited to a barbeque (or four). We wanted to make sure that you were armed with a few super easy crowd pleasers that are sure to get a few “ooohs” and even more “aahs.” So this summer, leave the macaroni salad at home. 

BottleRock – Sunday, May 28

The fairground was amazingly right smack in the middle of downtown Napa, not in a parking lot miles away from all humanity. The convenience of it all had me hooked before we even walked in.

BottleRock – Saturday, May 27

BottleRock.  The word had me excited for months.  As someone who has lived, played and worked in wine country I shamefully had never been to experience it before.

BottleRock – Friday, May 26

Summer 2017 arrived in Wine Country on Friday, May 26th at approximately 12:00pm with the first strums of the guitar from local band Serf and James

In Pursuit of Passion - Bridget Sprague of Hell Yeah Projects

Her years spent in the brand strategy trenches had given Bridget the gift of skilled listening. Using this tool, she turned her attention to her truest passion: leading those who yearn for something bigger/better/more.

In Pursuit of Passion - Anne Weil of Flax & Twine

Anne Weil has every right to be too busy for interviews. With a steady stream of projects featured on Martha Stewart, Apartment Therapy, Huffington Post, Molly Makes, Sweet Paul magazine, and more, a thriving blog, a best-selling book, not to mention the hop-scotching across the country she does teaching classes, Anne has precious little time to chit chat. When you see her work, in some ways it’s so perfect, so impossibly chic and modern, that you expect her to be remote and reserved. But there isn’t much about Anne that follows expectation.

Spring Release: New issue of All-Story guest designed by Iggy Pop

The magazine staff is thrilled to announce the release of the Spring 2017 edition of Zoetrope: All-Story, designed by the iconic musician Iggy Pop. With this issue, Iggy exhibits his paintings and other visual artwork for the first time ever, along with select pieces from his personal collection. (Among those pieces is a Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger gifted to Iggy by the filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, whose documentary on Iggy’s band The Stooges, Gimme Danger, premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.)

Francis Ford Coppola Winery and Zoetrope: All-Story launch short film competition

Francis Ford Coppola Winery, in collaboration with Coppola’s acclaimed literary magazine, Zoetrope: All-Story, announces the launch of a new short film competition and a call for submissions. The Francis Coppola Director’s Short Film Competition is fulfilling The Family Coppola brand promise to bring creativity and art into our everyday lives. From the short films submitted, competition judge Roman Coppola will select five short films for viewing at a private event during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, with a grand prize of $5,000 awarded to one final winner from among the top five. 

All-Story editors preview Winter issue, announce printing changes

The editors of Zoetrope: All-Story are supremely pleased to announce the release of the Winter 2016/2017 edition, which we assembled between October and January, while the presidential contest seemed to permeate every exchange, even within our office in San Francisco