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IN Magazine to present ultimate baby planning guide

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IN Magazine has just the thing for soon-to-be or new parents. “Darling Baby” is the ultimate baby planner taking parents from the baby pump to the first birthday. Get a sneak peek: http://www.inmagtexas.com/images/Beautiful%20Baby%20Book%20small.pdf Advertising opportunities in this special publication are available ...

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Doctor Neon

Dr. Neon

Writer: JAN STATMAN // Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG  // July/August 2015 Tim Reardon was enjoying the well-loved tradition of celebrating Eeyore’s Birthday in Austin’s Pease Park when a masked stranger in an elaborate costume walked up to him, pointed his ...

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Books we’re reading this summer 2015

Writer: TINA BAUSINGER  //  Book Reviews  // July/August 2015 Ah, summer reading! The time when we take a few moments to relax and reflect – hopefully by a body of water. Whether you are lounging seaside, lakeside or poolside, here are ...

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Lauren’s musical journey

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Writer: CORY McCOY // Photos: Courtesy // May/June 2015 Lauren Alexander always knew that she wanted to be a musician, but it wasn’t until years into her career that she realized exactly what kind of music she really wanted to ...

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What we’re reading: May/June 2015

Rich in History_Fireside Books

Writer:  TINA BAUSINGER // Book Reviews “Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins Rachel Watson has issues. She’s a troubled alcoholic, obsessed with the other people’s lives she sees from her window on the train commute to and from a job ...

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 John Hartley: “Raw Realities”

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Writer: DANNYMOGLE // Photos: Courtesy // May/June 2015 John Hartley is asking a lot of questions. On this night, he is standing in the middle of a gallery at Tyler Museum of Art surrounded by his bold paintings of yesteryear ...

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The secret murals of Smith County


Photos: SARAH A. MILLER // May/June 2015  Murals are not like other paintings. They have a different purpose, a different kind of effect on the lives of those who see them. They are public art in the best sense, because ...

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On Pointe! Chasing perfection


Writer: DANNY MOGLE // Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER // May/June 2015 Two young ballerinas in a Tyler dance studio are being asked to be on pointe, strike a graceful pose and then freeze as if suddenly they had become statues. ...

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The art of David Dunham


Writer: JAMIE L. BRIDGES // Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER  As an artist, David Dunham works with both paint on canvas and ink on skin. His art captures the bright neon colors and the shapes of animated characters that have stuck ...

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