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Wildlife & Westerns: The world of Jared Paul Wilson

Wildlife & Westerns: The world of Jared Paul Wilson

click image to view gallery Writer:  DANNY MOGLE    //    Photographer (of Jared): WISTERIA WELLS  As a boy, Jared Paul Wilson spent his days exploring the fields around his home in Aledo. He was fascinated by the creatures and ...

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Kylie Rae Harris: Music & Motherhood

Kylie Rae Harris: Music & Motherhood

click image to view gallery Writer: DANNY MOGLE    //    Photographer: BEN PEARSON It’s good that Kylie Rae Harris is blessed with more than her fair share of talent and determination. Right now she needs plenty of both. Let’s ...

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Web Extra: Buggaboo blends rock and blues

Web Extra: Buggaboo blends rock and blues

BY STEWART SMITH    //    Album Review There’s a certain satisfaction that comes with listening to the first studio album by the burgeoning, Austin-based blue/Americana/rock band Buggaboo. Crafted by Clayton Colvin, Douglas Jay Boyd and Chad Pope, the album is ...

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What We’re Reading

What We’re Reading

Writer:  TINA BAUSINGER    //    Book Reviews   “Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books” by Azar Nafisi Azar Nafisi, now a professor at Johns Hopkins University, reflects on an earlier time in her career when she was told by ...

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It’s hip to be square

It’s hip to be square

BY NICK BUSKE // App Review In the financial world, we are told that cash is king. But, in the real world, cash is a real pain. It’s ridden with bacteria, its paper form is destructible and its metal form ...

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Aaron Watson: Faith, family & fans

Aaron Watson: Faith, family & fans

click image to view gallery Writer:  DANNY MOGLE Country singer Aaron Watson was up late one night in his Abilene home writing songs and flipping through television channels when he came across “8 Seconds,” the movie about Lane Frost. Aaron ...

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What we’re reading

What we’re reading

Writer:  TINA BAUSINGER   //   Book Reviews “My Story” By Elizabeth Smart with Chris Stewart When Elizabeth Smart was 14, Brian David Mitchell, a homeless derelict, slit the screen to her bedroom, held a knife to her throat and threatened to kill ...

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The (literary) world is your Oyster

The (literary) world is your Oyster

Writer: NICK BUSKE   //   App Review There’s good news for those who resolve to use Smartphones and tablets to read more in 2014. While there certainly is no shortage of apps for reading books on tablets and Smartphones, ...

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Russian Influences: The art of Valeria Barnhill

Russian Influences: The art of Valeria Barnhill

click image to view gallery Writer:  AMANDA MAIN Making dreams come true is reality for Valeria Barnhill. She always imagined she would be an artist and now owns a studio and trains new artists. Valeria and her daughter, Eva, moved ...

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