If the walls of your home could whisper images from the past, what would they say? What sights would they show you? A groom carrying his new bride across the threshold? Or how about the pitter-patter of little feet walking around, as the aroma of a homemade meal permeates through the windows?
There was a time when college was reserved for a stereotype of brilliant brains, thick-rimmed glasses trends and pocket protectors. It is now 2017 and the stereotypical college student cannot be defined.
Love is in the air, and it’s been in the air since December. Between the Christmas holidays and Valentine's, everything from food to wrapping paper has hearts all over it. Have you noticed? Or how about on your TV with love stories playing around the clock on the Hallmark Channel?
In the movie released a few years back, Cinderella’s mother is a beautiful woman with the heart and wisdom that makes her the heroine we can all admire and aspire to become. She once tells her young Cinderella, “When there is kindness, there is goodness.
At first glance you would think you were in the middle of a bustling city. Take a look outside and across the street. You see the Tyler Chamber of Commerce, and a little down the way is the Discovery Science Place. Instantly you know that you are in downtown Tyler, Texas.
Clubs bring together people who share common interests and hobbies. While most have probably heard of book club, chess club and French club, there are several others that target a very specific group of people.
Unlike the featured artists in this issue, Dana Cargile is fairly new to Tyler, Texas. She moved around the U.S., a few times, before settling in Tyler 8 years ago. “I grew up in Midland, Texas, and graduated from Baylor in Waco, Texas.