Daily Archives: March 29, 2019

From The Publisher

Much like you, I look at pictures of myself frequently and grimace. The scars. The wrinkles. The shadows. The greying hair. I’ve got my battle wounds and until you stop and look at them (via pictures), you don’t really remember that they’re there. My Publisher photos don’t help. High-quality, highly detailed pictures of myself that…

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Archive Goods

We all know that our little town of Boerne is growing, and with that growth comes new and exciting little shops and artists coming to town. The artist I am going to introduce y’all to today is actually a native to the hill country, who is more than thrilled to be able to be doing…

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Art Of Mediocrity

Jay Milton, founder of the Boerne .5k “race”, has one heck of a sense of humor. Certainly not a competitive runner, Milton founded the race to raise money for a local charity. In doing so, the event went globally viral, and this year’s event sold out in just over 30 minutes. Billed as “The World’s…

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Nothing Is Permanent But Change

I’ve just finished a lovely version of this (what I think is a) fascinating story, and alas, when I read it back over I found that it was about as dry as a mouthful of cinnamon and not nearly as exciting. Scholarly tome, I’ve realized, isn’t really my forte, and besides, it read like an…

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Music – Jessa Rew

Jessa Rew’s confidence and grace comes across right away—whether talking to her over a cup of coffee or watching her share her songs from the stage. Jessa grew up on a 4,000 acre ranch in Pendleton, Oregon. Most of her early childhood was spent in the outdoors with her horses, enjoying the family’s beautiful piece…

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Old Timer

We have a new Mayor this month. We really, really needed a new mayor 4 years ago, but it is what it is. I don’t know our new Mayor Handren personally, but from what I have heard and seen, he seems like he’ll do great job. His resume is impressive, and big companies have hired…

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