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The flower painter

The flower painter

click image to view gallery Writer: DANNY MOGLE // Photos: Courtesy // Sept.-Oct. 2014  Put a beautiful and delicate flower under a bright light and look closely – very closely. What you discover will amaze you. “The color is intense,” ...

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Car intelligence

Car intelligence

Writer: NICK BUSKE  //  High-Tech Review  Steve jobs announced the smart phone in 2007 when he unveiled iPhone. So why, more than seven years later, is my wife’s SUV so ignorant that it relies on a pressed plastic data disc ...

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Taking chances

Taking chances

click image to view gallery  Writer: ELIZABETH STARR  //  Photographer: ALEX BECNEL  // Sept.-Oct. 2014 Chance Peña looks like your average 14-year-old, but there is more to him than meets the eye. Most kids entering ninth grade don’t have regular gigs ...

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What we’re reading: Sept-Oct. 2014

What we’re reading: Sept-Oct. 2014

Writer: TINA BASSINGER  //  Book Reviews // Sept-Oct 2014   “Painting the Moon” by Traci Borum  When Noelle Cook’s aunt dies, she must return to England to settle her aunt’s estate, which she has inherited. What happens is an intriguing mystery ...

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The master of metal

The master of metal

click image to view gallery  Writer: JACQUE HILBURN-SIMMONS  //  Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER // July/Aug. 2014  Tiny, flying flecks of fiery hot metal create a brilliant display of light as steady hands and intricate tools carve out images of the imagination. ...

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What we’re reading: July/Aug. 2014

What we’re reading: July/Aug. 2014

 Writer: TINA BAUSINGER  //  Book Reviews // July/Aug. 2014  “Divergent” by Veronica Roth  To avoid war, the future world in which Beatrice lives has been divided into four factions: Candor, which values honesty; Dauntless, which prizes courage and danger; Abnegation, ...

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TV may never be the same

TV may never be the same

Writer: NICK BUSKE   //  Technology  //  July/Aug. 2014  How’s your relationship with television? Do you lovingly caress your remote control and longingly gaze at that matte finish LCD display with the expectation that it will fulfill its duty to enlighten ...

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Adam Fears loves being a country boy

Adam Fears loves being a country boy

  click image to view gallery Writer:  DANNY MOGLE   //  Photos: Courtesy  //  July/Aug. 2014  Adam Fears knows a thing or two about the simple pleasures of country living. As a restless teenager growing up in Whitehouse, Texas, – ...

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What we’re reading: May/June 2014

What we’re reading: May/June 2014

Writer:  TINA BAUSINGER   //    Book Reviews “7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess” by Jen Hatmaker Jen Hatmaker, a pastor’s wife and mom living in Austin, decided to conduct what some would call an extreme experiment. For seven months ...

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Van Darien bares her soul

Van Darien bares her soul

click image to view gallery May/June 2014 Writer:  DANNY MOGLE   //   Photography: MEGAN RIEFF One day outside her home, Van Darien found a bird’s nest on the ground. The only traces of the bird that once had found ...

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