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MUSICIAN OF THE MONTH: Jordan Minor

By Matt Kersh It has become an unfortunate rarity within music to find, what I like to refer to as, an “old school cool” artist/sound....

PUBLISHER LETTERS

Publisher – August 2022

Dearest EXPLORE reader, There’s a tribe in Africa, (the Massai Tribe, I believe) that does a most unique thing when somebody makes a mistake. They believe...

Publisher: July 2022

Dearest EXPLORE reader, Ever want to just give up? You ever want to give up on your job? Your relationships? Your obligations? Your life? You ever...

Publisher Letter: June 2022

Dearest EXPLORE reader, I’m fascinated by sailing. Not “driving around Canyon Lake on a Bayliner” type time on the water, but the old-school “sailboat from Texas...

Publisher – May 2022

By Ben Schooley   Dearest EXPLORE reader, When I was 14, I was rummaging around in the back of my parent’s closet (for a reason I cannot...

Publisher Letter: April 2022

Dearest EXPLORE reader, I wish I could be an art aficionado. I want to be able to stare for hours at a particular piece, digest...

Publisher – March 2022

By Ben Schooley Dearest EXPLORE reader, “There we were, a shipping clerk and a janitor discussing theories in aesthetics while all about us men drawing 10...

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THE ART OF: FARMING WINE

By Ben Schooley Silouan Bradford had his life mapped out. Then, he decided that maybe he didn’t have it perfectly mapped out. Then he switched...

THE ART OF ILLUMINATION

By Ben Schooley Grant Jacobs, owner of Crankmeyer Lighting, puts a positive spin on salvaged materials and creates some of the most unique custom lighting...

THE ART OF THE STRETCH

By Ben Schooley Tiffany and Alan Horton have some deep roots in our area, living on the family homestead that goes back over 100 years....

ART ARTICLES

MOORE ON ART: Chris Gray

By Deva Moore Gray, a very descriptive word. The word invokes a rather neutral color in one’s mind but Chris Gray is anything but neutral!!!...

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Publisher – August 2022

Dearest EXPLORE reader, There’s a tribe in Africa, (the Massai Tribe, I believe) that does a most unique thing when somebody makes a mistake. They believe...

THE ART OF: FARMING WINE

By Ben Schooley Silouan Bradford had his life mapped out. Then, he decided that maybe he didn’t have it perfectly mapped out. Then he switched...

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...

Books: Jolene Navarro, Author

A seventh generation Texan and Publisher’s Weekly bestselling author, Jolene Navarro’s life, much like her stories, is filled with faith, family, laughter, and all...

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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...

REFLECTIONS: The Meaning of Life

By Tim Warlow The sky is falling like a 20 ton anvil and I’m standing under it with the rubbernecking awe of Wiley Coyote. Gas...

Reflections: THE SOUND OF SILENCE

by Tim Warlow My very first listing appointment in real estate was like walking through a mine field with my eyes closed. I had been calling...

Reflections: Missed Connections

by Tim Warlow “We had brief but intense eye contact. I felt I knew you from a lifetime ago, standing in that line at Subway...

REFLECTIONS: Coffee Meditations

By Tim Warlow Every morning I awake at 5:30 am. Usually it is silent but for the occasional whimper of my dogs, who are ready...

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Dearest EXPLORE reader, There’s a tribe in Africa, (the Massai Tribe, I believe) that does a most unique thing when somebody makes a mistake. They believe...
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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

Profile: William Lukens Head Chef at Tusculum Brewing Co.

Name: William C Lukens III Title: Head Chef Years of experience? 20 What got you into cooking? I was a battalion chef in the US Army. My first...

Dodging Duck Brewhaus Celebrates 20 Years!

The Dodging Duck is a local institution. More first dates, more business deals, and more celebrations have happened at “the Duck” than probably any...

HEALTHY EATS IN BOERNE

By Sierra Sekula This time of year we are often beginning a fresh set of goals or resolutions. It’s likely that some may be much...

SKINNY COCKTAILS

Now that the Christmas and New Years celebrations are behind us, I’m sure you would agree that we have all over indulged a bit...