Antlers as art

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Writer: FAVIAN QUEZADA //  Photographer: HERB NYGREN JR. // Nov./Dec. 2014 White Oak seems like a typical small town in Texas. It has schools, a main drag and plenty of fast-food restaurants. What makes the town different is that it ...

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Holiday sparkle

Photos by David White

Photography by DAVID WHITE  With brightly lit trees adorned from top to bottom with colorful balls and fireplace mantels draped with layers of tinsel, ribbon and garland, East Texans celebrate this season of joy and giving in grand style.   ...

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The light of Christmas

From the editor: DANNY MOGLE // Nov/Dec 2014 When I was a little boy growing up in Whitehouse, Texas, just about every year my parents took my younger brother and me driving around East Texas to look at beautiful Christmas ...

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Winter in Wisconsin

Wisconsin

Writer and Photographer: TAMRA BOLTON // Nov/Dec 2014 Instead of taking a skiing trip to Colorado, consider giving Death’s Door a try?  No, I’m not referring to the old adage, but to Door County, Wisconsin, which got its nickname from ...

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A merry high-tech Christmas

Tech Gadget

Writer: NICK BUSKE // Nov/Dec 2014 IN Magazine’s Top 10 high-tech gifts for 2014. Apple Watch: Dear Santa, for Christmas I would like an I.O.U. for a 42 mm Space Black Stainless Steel Apple Watch with matching link band. I ...

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What we’re reading

book reviews

Writer: TINA BAUSINGER // Book Reviews // Nov/Dec 2014 “Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard” by This is one of the most heartbreaking yet inspirational memoirs I have read to date. Liz Murray, ...

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Mysterious Caddo Lake

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Writer: ANTHONY McCULLOUGH // Photos: Chase Fountain of Texas Parks & Wildlife // Nov/Dec 2014 I lie and listen through the darkness to the sounds of the night that surround me. The serenade of crickets and locusts that fills the ...

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