Daily Archives: April 26, 2013

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History – May 2013

The Famous Newton Boys By Marjorie Hagy | thefam2001@yahoo.com It was a time in the adolescence of Texas, a dusty, hard-scrabble time, when the state was young and tough and feeling its oats, and bank robbers and train robbers and outlaws were heroes. This was the world into which the Newton boys were born. “Way back…

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Fitness – May 2013

Alamo 13.1 Fight to the Finish By: Cathie De La Rosa | cathietheoriginal1@hotmail.com Spring is here and the official running season is getting under way. As I mentioned last month, I would be running the Alamo 13.1 (half marathon race for those of you who don’t know what “13.1” means) race on March 24. The…

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Adventure – May 2013

I Wanna Go Fast! By Leah Bredemeyer | leah@smvtexas.com Our intrepid writer, Leah, is on a mission to scratch as many items off her bucket list as possible. From parachuting to spelunking, Leah has made significant progress in experincing more than most folks.  Her most recent adventure on this quest was to quench her need…

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Wine – May 2013

The Texas Wine Trail By Tom Geoghegan | TGeoghegan@boernewineco.com     Spring is definitely in the air… the mesquites are starting to bud, the Bradford Pear trees are flowering, and it looks like a record year for bluebonnets. If this isn’t a good enough excuse for a road trip, we have our own little piece of…

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Idiot’s Guide to Camping

It’s May. The month in South Texas where you can go to sleep melting from the heat and wake up freezing your butt off. As it’s also typically the month where our lovely weather begins it’s broiling trend, your days of being able to enjoy the great outdoors are numbered. At least if you don’t…

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Spiritual – May 2013

But… I’m Perfect By Kendall D Aaron | kendall@hillcountryexplore.com King David was one of the baddest dudes in the Bible. This guy took on Goliath with a slingshot when he was still a young man. He became one of Israel’s most celebrated soldiers, and everyone knew that you wanted David as your wingman if you were…

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Dining – May 2013

Of Babies, Botox, and Porcupine Balls Reflections of a Mom By Christine Friesenhan | texana@aol.com | texanaskitchen.com I am old. I will be 45 in September. I don’t really feel old, and I don’t think I look old, but I have long suspected that I must be old. Cashiers sell me booze without blinking, and…

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Art – May 2013

Becky Clair Rogers “Through my art, I share with others a heightened awareness of the awe and wonder of my world. I feel when we are able to appreciate the beauty of our surroundings, we are enriched. If I can reflect that beauty on my canvas, I have achieved a lifelong goal.” Although she’s a…

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Film – May 2013

Nothing New Review By Jon Whitaker | drywhitstudio@ymail.com From time to time I stumble across a movie that defuses my brain, and I find myself submerged in its truth. Not thinking of the shot angles or style, the acting and actors, or the guy eating nachos three chairs down, but finding that if only for…

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Yellowstone – May 2013

A Yellowstone Summer for Boerne Boerne Public Library Foundation partners with Yellowstone Park Foundation for an unprecedented look at Yellowstone National Park Beginning on May 24, 2013, the Patrick Heath Public Library will offer a new experience for visitors; a glimpse of Yellowstone National Park.  The library itself will be transformed by the artifacts, vintage…

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