As our July 10 cover story makes clear, there’s a lot of stuff going on in the Tillemann-Dick household – more than could be fit into a single Westword article. Here’s the best of the rest.
To help keep Timber and Annette’s eleven children straight, here’s a slide show of the different family members, each off on wild adventures.
When he wasn't helping raise the kids, Timber was working on his inventions, one of the greatest of which was the IRIS engine. To learn how the device works, click here.
His children are garnering their own acclaim. Charity Sunshine, for example, is a respected opera singer. Listen to her singing here. Her brother Shiloh Benson is quite the aspiring pundit; here are his thoughts on the Democratic VP possibilities. Sister Mercina Grace recently took the Hungarian fashion world by storm, which you can read about here. And for some inspired family portraits crafted by Gloriana Willow, click here.
If all that singing, politicizing, fashion-gazing and art appreciation makes you hungry, Liberty Belle is the celebrated the family cook, and has contributed a few of her favorite recipes here. – Joel Warner
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