Seasonal berries make a deliciously sweet treat for any summer table. Keep it simple and let the taste of the berries come through, or just through all that out the door and pile on the whipped cream or ice cream.Continue Reading →
Quilting reaches back before recorded history. Quilts were made in the shadows of the Pyramids. In America, though quilts are often associated with Colonial times, they were actually rather rare. Early American homemakers had their hands full with spinning, weaving, and sewing and had little time for quilting.Continue Reading →
Good mixed greens are available in most markets. Check the date on the bag (yes, reach way back behind for the latest dates).Continue Reading →
Summer Fresh, Summer Simple is a menu of flavorful, easy-to-make dishes where the theme is “green!”Continue Reading →
Editor’s Note (5/13/11): Since this story ran in 2009, Vida Loca has gone out of business as such only to be reborn as Dark Timber Art. They’re still painting bikes and now doing even more. Dark Timber Art/421 S. Oak Street/Ector, TX 75439/903-640-5622/903-961-2400Continue Reading →
raditional tea parties are most fun when you serve authentic accompaniments. This recipe for Cucumber and Goat Cheese Sandwiches prove to be a perfect offering.Continue Reading →
“[The state of Texas history] is strong, and it’s changing,” said Cummins. “Texas has changed a lot in the last thirty or forty years. Texas history, as an enterprise, is being revitalized, and the state has put a tremendous amount of monetary resources into advocating the study of Texas history. Right now, for example, the Texas State Archives are being remodeled with a multimillion dollar renovation.”Continue Reading →
It doesn’t have to be fried in bacon grease, but seriously, it gives everything a killer flavor! Even Jenny Craig would wince with a once over of this classic southern recipe.Continue Reading →
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By Dan Acree
Kathleen’s Kitchen on North Travis Street has become such a fixture in Sherman that it is easy to forget the restaurant hasn’t been serving strawberry salad and potato soup forever.
By Joe Munoz
Three heads, the torsos nowhere nearby, lie lined up on a bed in a small silver traveling trailer in a North Texas parking lot. Noggins from a child, an adult, and a senior citizen stare glassy eyed and grinning at anyone who walks in. This might be unsettling to some folks. For Tim Cowles it is another day at work.
By Staff Report
The 12th Annual Denison Art & Wine Renaissance: Passport to Cognac at the Old Katy Depot signaled a resurgence of this “must attend” event. With the change of venue, back to an indoor event, more than 500 Texomans attended, dressed to the nines and ready to enjoy the evening.
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By Edward Southerland on January 16, 2010
Kent Black was the first CEO of the United Space Alliance, a joint venture between Rockwell International and Lockheed Martin formed in 1996 at the behest of NASA to consolidate Space Shuttle programs under one prime contractor. Not bad for a farm boy from Illinois with a yen for electronics.
By Dan Acree on March 13, 2010
Young people don’t know to be fearful of things, so they tend to be bigger risk takers. Take texting and driving—simultaneously—for example.
By Edward Southerland on August 9, 2010
The weekly Tuesday evening gathering at Four Rivers Outreach is a combination camp meeting, pep rally, Alcoholics Anonymous session, gospel song fest, and tent revival—sans the tent—with a leavening of motivational self-help positive thinking thrown in for measure. It starts with introductions. “Who’s here for the first time?” says the woman with the microphone. “Stand up and tell us who you are and how you got here.”