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Tasteful traditions unite generations

Tasteful traditions unite generations

By Jennifer M. Aguilar It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right, the holiday season? Few would argue with such a sentiment, yet have you ever stopped to ponder why that is? Is it the twinkle lights? The holiday tunes? The stacks of neatly-wrapped […]

A Restored Life

A Restored Life

By Sonia Duggan LaTonya McCormick knows a thing or two about transformation. As an artist she creates works of art using her God-given talent. As an art teacher for 25 years, she has taught students how to appreciate all mediums and to create something out […]

A lifeline for those battling addictions

A lifeline for those battling addictions

Collin County Substance Abuse Program By Sonia Duggan Nationwide drug abuse poses major challenges for addicts and their families and friends. For those in Collin County battling addictions, the Collin County Substance Abuse Program provides a wealth of information and referrals. The county-wide program was […]

Clownin’ Around at the Rodeo

Clownin’ Around at the Rodeo

By Jennifer M. Aguilar Most people visit the rodeo for the high-octane excitement. From barrel racing to bull riding, there is surely plenty of suspense that happens in the ring. But it’s hard to imagine those death-defying acts being much fun to watch if it […]

Crawlin’ around the Metroplex

Crawlin’ around the Metroplex

By Wyndi Veigel With temperatures well over 100 degrees, the last thing that sounds appealing is being up to one’s neck in wool, alpaca and other fibers but that is exactly what is happening this August as over 700 yarn-lovers participate in the 6th Annual […]

The Big Appeal of Small-House Living

The Big Appeal of Small-House Living

By Jennifer M. Aguilar Have you become obsessed with the idea of small house living, thanks to shows like Tiny House Living, Tiny House Nation, and Tiny House, Big Living? If so, you’re not alone. The small home craze seems to be sweeping America, big […]

The Ongoing Evolution of the Revolutionary DAR

The Ongoing Evolution of the Revolutionary DAR

By Jennifer M. Aguilar If you grew up in the United States, and specifically in the south, then you’ve likely heard the term “DAR” before. You might even know what those letters stand for, the Daughters of the American Revolution, but for many there is […]