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Happy New Year! We at PS Lifestyle are thrilled to wel­come our read­ers back for an­other year of in­spir­ing in­ter­views and the re­fresh­ing, en­er­giz­ing con­tent we strive to de­liver within each is­sue of PS Mag­a­zine.

We’re very ex­cited to kick off 2016 by in­tro­duc­ing you to the “Bee­hive Queen” Mar­garet Vinci Heldt. Cel­e­brat­ing her 99th year, Ms. Vinci Heldt is a de­scen­dant of an­other iconic trend-setter whom you al­ready know: Leonardo da Vinci! Cur­rently “lov­ing where she’s at” within one of our part­ner com­mu­ni­ties in Elmhurst, Illinois, she is best known for her in­no­va­tive Bee­hive hair­style con­tri­bu­tion to cos­me­tol­ogy and, in turn, women’s style and fash­ion the world over. Ms. Vinci Heldt sat down with PS Mag­a­zine and shared her thoughts on liv­ing ex­cep­tion­ally, lov­ing her fam­ily, and en­joy­ing all the stages of her life—her in­ter­view be­gins on page 26 of this is­sue.

Wal­ter Backerman also re­turns in this is­sue with an­other “Tip of the Hat,” prov­ing yet again that his fam­ily’s seltzer de­liv­ery busi­ness in New York City pro­vides in­cred­i­bly unique ac­cess to some of our cul­ture’s most pop­u­lar celebri­ties. Fans of the tele­vised soap opera era in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s will cer­tainly en­joy Wal­ter’s ex­pe­ri­ences be­hind the scenes on the sets of

All My Chil­dren and One Life to Live.

Fi­nally, this is­sue’s Win­ter Bird­ing is the Best, Par­adise Found, and Won­ders Never Cease ar­ti­cles are full of stun­ning images and some very prac­ti­cal sea­sonal in­for­ma­tion. Those of us who draw in­spi­ra­tion from na­ture and the won­ders of the world around us will es­pe­cially ap­pre­ci­ate the vis­ual con­tri­bu­tion from our friends at Na­tional Ge­o­graphic So­ci­ety. Please take ad­van­tage of some of that win­ter sun­light and en­joy PS Mag­a­zine is­sue 14 at your leisure!

Sin­cerely, John Po­latz Pub­lisher and CEO

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