Man About Town

September/October
2017

It was exactly one year ago, just twelve months, that we did a party at Kawa’s Hibachi Grill & Lounge.  Yep, the “Man” and eight beautiful ladies had a hoot of a time and enjoyed the presentations of Hibachi Chef Arthur.  We titled our evening, “A River Runs Through It,” because “one does” an

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These Soles Were Made For Gawkin'

September/October
2017

So a girl walks into a shoe shoppe on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. But this isn’t any regular shoe shoppe; it is a Christian Louboutin shoe boutique.  And this isn’t your regular gal; it is Michelle Manningham, a bubbly pink-haired Texan from Longview. 

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The Worthy Ones

September/October
2017

The heat in Tyler can be brutal even in the fall, but especially in the scorching summer. While most are driving around with air conditioner and cold water on their way to and from work each day, there are still many in the area without the luxury of private transportation.

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For the Silent

September/October
2017

For The Silent is changing the lives of girls and fighting sex trafficking with their belief that: hope is the only thing more powerful than fear. We must keep safe, and we must keep those around us safe.

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Back to School...The Modern Age

September/October
2017

While many parents are educated on how to stand up to a school bully; living in a virtually connected cyber world puts school bullies right in the child’s bedroom. Children no longer get the luxury of escaping the bullies when they come home from school.

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Illustrated Faith: The Art of Bible Journaling

September/October
2017

I once heard that you could tell a book is well-loved by its dog-eared pages and notes in the margin. No book is more loved and revered than the Bible.

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Tyler Texas Rocks

September/October
2017

We all know Tyler, Texas rocks but April Roycroft has brought a new meaning to the word “rock” to East Texas. The Kindness Rocks Project has become a worldwide treasure hunt on Facebook. The basis is simple: paint a rock and leave it for someone else to find.

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Pets Fur People

September/October
2017

The Humane Society was established in 1963 by concerned citizens after they visited our city’s animal pound.  At that time, animals were housed in one small building regardless of the health of the animals.  Control was turned over to the Humane Society in 1964 and the shelter opened its doors in

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10 Budget-Friendly Ways to Spruce Up Your Front Porch for Summer

July/August
2017

Summer is finally here, and that means more time spent outside, with family, waiting for the sun to finally go down. Long days spent relaxing on the front porch, drinking sweet iced tea and watching passers-by are not just summer activities – they’re a southern tradition.

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Save the Mayfair

July/August
2017

Location is everything. The Art Deco Mayfair Building nestled in Tyler, Texas was set up for greatness.  Built in the late 1920’s by local Sam R. Hill Construction Company, to serve as a multipurpose building.

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