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Awesome Inventions…But Are They Worth It?

September/October
2016

Dog Mug:

A dog eats and drinks as much as a human does, so it’s about time someone out there thought up dog products that make a dog’s (well at least the owner’s) life a bit easier.

 

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AUTHOR MELISSA DECARLO

July/August
2016

Since Melissa DeCarlo was a little girl, she had always dreamed of one day writing a book. Her early years in life were spent putting pen and paper to work, crafting short stories and poems to hone her passion for literature.

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AUTHOR TRACI BORUM

July/August
2016

Traci Borum never forgot the beauty of the British Isles. The rolling hills and small villages stayed in her heart long after she toured them as a teenager, with her grandmother, more than two decades ago. Just a few years earlier, Borum had also discovered her love of writing.

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AUTHOR LARRY KRANTZ

July/August
2016

A love of military history led one East Texan to focus on a war that very little is written about, and even less is known by the general public.

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AUTHOR N. E. BROWN

July/August
2016

During the spring of 1900, no one could have predicted that a monster storm would sweep the bustling port city of Galveston, and more than 8,000 souls from the Earth. The Great Storm, as locals call it, is the backdrop and inevitable turning point in the first novel by East Texas author N. E.

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Man About Town

March/April
2016

The Man and the Ladies of TaTas

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903 Brewers

March/April
2016

903 Brewers was built off the dreams of Jeremy and Natalie as well as the community that calls this brewery home. The people of Sherman are often invited to try 903 Brewers’ latest concoctions in return for vital feedback on which beers they like best.

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Historic Homes of Tyler

March/April
2016

The streets of Tyler, Texas are paved with memories of where we came from and hopes for where we will be.

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CATCHY EDUCATION

January/February
2016

Walking into The Catch is like walking into a dockside restaurant on a fishing wharf. It’s fast-casual dining meets fisherman’s paradise. 

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FOUNDRY CULTURE

December
2015

As I stopped at a red light on Broadway and Loop 323 in Tyler recently, I noticed that the bells from a nearby church were chiming out the hour.  Being the amazing parent that I am (wink, wink), I took notice of this teachable moment for my 3-year-old son and rolled down the car windows to point

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