Month: August 2020

Travel on the water

Travel on the water

Paddling trails offer adventure, fitness By Sydni Ellis Hazy orange and pink light spreads like fire across the early morning sky, as the sun slowly rises above the clouds. A late-summer sunrise is such a beautiful experience. Especially since 6:30 a.m. is practically the only 

Sweet Success

Sweet Success

Beekeeping business spans generations By Joseph Honescko North Texas beekeepers function much like the hives they care for. The honeybees build community within their colonies to create sustainable systems that outlives each individual. Beekeepers across Collin County and beyond are doing the exact same thing 

In-Sync Exotics

In-Sync Exotics

Supporting rescued exotic cats for 20 years By Sonia Duggan There’s a hidden gem in Collin County. A haven for the neglected, abused and the unwanted. It’s a place where lions roar, tigers play, cheetahs run, servals play and lemurs climb. To some, it might 

Dinner Uncomplicated

Dinner Uncomplicated

I have to warn you: These sesame noodles are addictive. I discovered them on a trip to New York City, where they are a mainstay on every Chinese restaurant menu. The sauce is creamy and rich but also quite spicy, which makes for a delicious 

Enjoy whole grains, even on a  gluten-free diet

Enjoy whole grains, even on a gluten-free diet

People adhere to gluten-free diets for various reasons. Individuals with Celiac disease have to avoid gluten because they have a form of gluten intolerance that results in severe gastrointestinal distress if they consume it. However, others avoid gluten, which is a protein found in all 

Welcome Webster to your home

Welcome Webster to your home

Hi there! Webster here, and I’m looking for my perfect match. I’m around two years old and I tip the scales at about 15 lbs. – give or take a few. It’s time for me to find my forever home, but in the spirit of