Story and photos by ANN BUSH “Let us place there, carved high, as close to heaven as we can, the words of our leaders, their faces, to show posterity what matter of men they were. Then breathe a prayer that ...Read More »
Story and photos by TAMRA BOLTON // March/April 2017 One of the best parts about spring break from school and family road trips is discovering unusual places and attractions. In my many years crisscrossing the country, I’ve found quite a ...Read More »
Food for Life: Feeling sick and tired? The problem may be what you’re eating. Try a whole food, plant-based diet and see what happens.
Photos by SARAH A. MILLER // March/April 2017 Leslie Harrison, of Tyler, Texas, is certified as a Food For Life nutrition and cooking instructor by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nonprofit organization that promotes a whole food, plant-based ...Read More »
Writer: JENNIFER BABISAK / Courtesy Photos / Jan.-Feb 2017 When Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones decided that the team needed a new home, he had no ordinary stadium in mind. His vision became AT&T Stadium, an engineering wonder that opened ...Read More »
Writer and photographer: TAMRA BOLTON / Jan.-Feb. 2017 What can you do if you discover a massive deposit of salt? If you’re smart, you figure out something useful to make with the salt and turn the site into a place ...Read More »
Craving Chocolate?: Don’t you dare wait for Valentine’s Day. You can have one of these tiny indulgences right now and without feeling guilty.
BY PATRICIA WILSON | PHOTOS BY SARAH A. MILLER | Jan/Feb 2017 Don’t save your love of chocolate just for Valentine’s Day. Every day offers an opportunity for a tiny bite of pleasure. Start the day with creamy hot chocolate ...Read More »
On a roll: Thanks to beautiful presentations and creative combinations of ingredients, sushi is more popular than ever
BY DANNY MOGLE | PHOTOS BY SARAH A MILLER | Nov/Dec 2016 Ignacio “Nacho” Rodriguez, the head chef at Juls restaurant in Tyler, serves sushi that is almost too beautiful to eat. He lays smooth pieces of orange salmon and ...Read More »
Reimagined recipes: You can pull off tasty holiday treats even when your guest list is full of people with special food needs
BY PATRICIA WILSON | PHOTOS BY SARAH A. MILLER | Nov/Dec 2016 You can flow from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve in easy style with entertaining essentials and recipes re-imagined. These days, your holiday guest list is likely to include a mix of ...Read More »
Quirky monument: Sticking up from the plains of Nebraska, not-so-ancient Carhenge is undeniably amusing
BY TAMRA BOLTON | Nov/Dec 2016 Stonehenge, the massive stone circle on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, is visited by people from all over the world. They go there for all sorts of reasons: curiosity, wonder and to have ...Read More »
Starr Family Home: Thanks to a painstaking restoration, the East Texas attraction is a star among historic properties
Writer: JAN STATMAN / Nov/Dec 2016 Gracing more than three acres, the renovated Starr Family Home State Historic Site in Marshall is one of northeast Texas’s major tourist attractions. James Harper Starr, a physician, along with his wife, Harriet, and ...Read More »