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MUSIC ARTICLES

Music – Eric Wood and Josh McCoy of Quincy Todd

One of my absolute favorite parts of having the blessing of being a fulltime singer-songwriter over the last decade is the amazing musician friends...

PUBLISHER LETTERS

Publisher – January 2023

You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do. - Dr. Seuss This issue marks the...

Publisher – December 2022

DEAREST EXPLORE READER, This will be the last Publisher’s letter I ever write. Man, what a weird sentence to type out, but it’s true. After exactly...

Publisher : MEET THE NEW PUBLISHER – Lauren Stumberg

A new year often means new beginnings. This year, as we wrap up 2022 and look towards 2023, I am even more enthusiastic than...

Publisher – November, 2022

Dearest Explore Reader, Oftentimes, life can be a series of mundane events, punctuated by an intense bright moment that you remember for the rest of...

Publisher – October 2022

Dearest EXPLORE reader, What an amazing issue this one is. 1. it’s our BEST OF issue which is always so much fun and 2. It’s...

Publisher – September 2022

Dearest EXPLORE reader, Many months ago I wrote this little column about perhaps the most famous poet of the 20th Century, Charles Bukowski. No, I’m not...

ART OF

Art of the DANCE

Bringing the art of ballroom dancing to Boerne,TeXas for all ages Under the auspices of Bertus Stiehle  A tale as old as time or rather an art...

THE ART OF THE RECIPE

Mark Sierra has been pretty unconventional his entire life. Always following his own path, Sierra has traveled throughout Texas, found himself in Iraq on...

THE ART OF THE TOUCH

By Ben Schooley Nancy Frazier, owner of Massage Matters has fast become one of the area’s most popular Massage Therapists. Utilizing her knowledge in her...

ART ARTICLES

MOORE ON ART : Marilyn Culak

The art offered at Oma’s is one of a kind and no two are exactly alike. The magic of Oma’s is of course the...

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Publisher – January 2023

You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do. - Dr. Seuss This issue marks the...

Art of the DANCE

Bringing the art of ballroom dancing to Boerne,TeXas for all ages Under the auspices of Bertus Stiehle  A tale as old as time or rather an art...

America Reclaimed – Fun Finds, Good Times & Great Designs

Do you love a good vintage find? Does reclaimed lumber make your heart pitter-patter? If the thought of taking something old and restoring it...

Roadside Finds – Stonehenge II

A scenic drive to Ingram, Texas is sure to lead to lots of interesting finds along the way. However, one of the most interesting sights...

REFLECTIONS

REFLECTIONS : 2022 Yearly Reflection

  It feels like it happened all at once. The temperatures dropped to near freezing. We pulled our North Face vests and beanies out of the...

REFLECTIONS: Affirmations by Tim Warlow

Can you believe its already November? Just yesterday I was drinking champagne, counting down from 10 and toasting to the new year, hopeful 2022 would...

REFLECTIONS: Old, by Ed Davis

This article originally ran in the very first EXPLORE issue, published over 15 years ago now. The author, Ed Davis, was quite elderly, but...

REFLECTIONS: The Infinite Journey from Boerne

  Images from the far reaches of our galaxy have not only been creating new questions and discoveries about what we thought we knew about...

REFLECTIONS: Sonder

By Tim Warlow I was hastily walking out of Black Rifle last week, nitro cold-brew in hand, thinking about the fifteen things I needed to...

FAVORITES

You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do. - Dr. Seuss This issue marks the...
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SURVIVOR STORIES

Art of Life: BRANDON & AMY NATION

By Ben Schooley Not many people had a more difficult year than Mr. Brandon Nation and his wife, Amy.  In the middle of the icestorms...

SURVIVOR’S STORY – Summer Poole

TThere are not many little girls who aren’t captivated by the love stories introduced to them by Disney and other sources at an early...

Survivor’s Story – Natalie Biggers

TThe childhood experience living in the Hill Country has drastically changed over the years and what once brought many newcomers to the area has...

Survivor’s Story – Katie Miller

SSouthern California is the host of bountiful beauty from crystal blue waves, snowy mountain tops, towering trees to glittering sunshine. It only makes sense...
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FOOD ARTICLES

Beverage – A Nod to the Nog – Bergheim Cellars

Eggnog is a drink, traditionally made with milk, cream, sugar, egg yolks and whipped egg whites. Distilled spirits such as bourbon, brandy, and rum...

Beverage – Llano Estacado Winery – A Texas Icon

They have been working with the Texas soil since 1976. Considered the oldest winery in Texas post Prohibition. Llano Estacado has grown to...

Profile: Joe Olsen of Free Roam Brewing Company

How many years have you been slinging drinks? Since Free Roam opened in February 2022. What’s something people don’t understand about your job? It is hard work!...

Beverage – 00 “Double Zero” Wines

Burgundian Luxury from Willamette Valley   Wines are a mystery. A myth. The kind of thing you only hear about in hushed tones amongst wine industry...