Your story about Cliff Prescott’s luxury towel business was pure inspiration! I have been an inventor of sorts for years and seeing what Prescott has done has me motivated again. Many million dollar ideas never get off the ground because it takes an incredible amount of passion, patience, and stamina to succeed. Cliff proves that if you keep going you can make it work. You go, Cliff!
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When Charlie and Gloria Morton purchased the Inn of Many Faces in 2001 from sisters Pat Gunter and Judy Johnson, they bought not only a beautifully restored and furnished Victorian home, but also a collection of faces scattered throughout the house. Many of the faces are carved in the lovely old pieces of furniture, not glaring out at you, but quietly waiting for you to find them.
By Dan Acree
Broderick Crawford (1911-1984) was an accomplished actor in movies like All the King’s Men. But it was his 1955-1959 television series “Highway Patrol” that most boomers remember best. As Highway Patrol Chief Dan Mathews, Crawford commanded 30 million viewers a week.
One of Texoma’s underappreciated gems is the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge in the west central part of Grayson County along the Big Mineral Arm of Lake Texoma. Regardless of the season, the refuge is either home or a waypoint for hundreds of species of wildlife and migratory birds.
Looking for the Printed Version?You can find a complete set of Texoma Living! Magazine in the library at Austin College.
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By Joe Munoz on December 1, 2007
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 Edward Southerland on December 1, 2007
When people ask Barbara Akin what she does for a living, she asks them if they have ever been to a restaurant and seen one of those brightly colored drink menus with pictures of exotic libations. “That’s what I do,” she tells them. Barbara Akin is a beverage consultant.
By Special to TLM on September 1, 2008
When Robert Littlefield Schafer started art classes, Babe Ruth was still with the Boston Red Sox. It was 1917, and Schafer was five. “My mother saw my interest and enrolled me in a children’s class at a local college,” the ninety-five-year-old painter recalled. That was the beginning of a lifelong love affair.