Swing your partner

Rambling Roses Square and Round Dance Club

Writer: JACQUELINE FOWLER  //  Photographer:  ANDREW D. BROSIG // Sept./Oct. 2015 If you could take part in an activity in which you travel the equivalent of up to five miles during an evening while moving at a steady 120 steps ...

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Teenager summons her inner Katniss

Archery Champion Bailey Hall

Writer: DANNY MOGLE  // Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG  //  Sept./Oct. 2015 Baleigh Hall’s first attempt at archery was, to put it kindly, a disaster. The arrow not only missed the bullseye, it missed the entire target and even the big ...

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Texas Rebellion is having fun

Photo by Joshua Payne

Writer: DANNY MOGLE // Photographer: JOSHUA PAYNE and Courtesy Hardy Brunette, Chuck Osborn and Mike Grinnell, three of the eight members of Texas Rebellion, are sitting around a table at a coffee shop in Tyler, Texas. They’re talking about making ...

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Curtain call!

Curtain Call

Writer:  KAY FULLER  //  Home Decorating //  Sept./Oct. 2015 While studying for a design degree at The University of North Texas in the ’80s, I worked at Fabrics and Drapes Galore, a store in Richardson, Texas, to earn an internship ...

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The tornado chaser

Storm Chaser Sean Casey

Writer:  DANNY MOGLE  //  Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG and Courtesy  //  Sept./Oct. 2015 Sean Casey looks a little weathered. But he has a good excuse. He’s been busy. For months, he’s been living out of hotel rooms and racing non-stop across tornado-breeding ...

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What we’re reading: Sept./Oct. 2015


Writer: TINA BAUSINGER  //  Book Reviews //  Sept./Oct. 2015  “Searching For Sunday: Loving, Leaving and Finding the Church” by Rachel Held Evans Rachel Held Evans speaks beautifully and honestly regarding her disillusions with the modern church. She asks hard questions that ...

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Lessons from Lucas


Writer:  GINGER BARRY BRANDT   //  Spirituality  //   Sept./Oct. 2015 As he settles himself down for a nap, our 4-month-old baby, Lucas, needs something to hold. He needs to work his fingers. If nothing else is available, he’ll pull ...

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