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Every week I write a book review, and every week our sportswriter Tad says to me, “That’s a book? I thought it was just a movie.” Almost all good movies originated as a book, and I’m hard … more
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission had a chance recently to rectify a decades-long discrepancy between the closing dates of the North Texas Deer Zone and the South Texas Deer Zone. The TPWD … more
For the month of April, my movie reviews will take a look at some of the better underrated films made prior to 2017 that weren’t nominated for any Academy Awards. This is a way to help some … more
Sealy High School Interact Club was awarded the Presidential Citation for 2016-2017 service and was also awarded the 2018 Interact District 5890 "Spirit of Rotary Project of the Year" Award for the … more
Experts addressed topics including the oil and gas industry, digital marketing, heritage tourism and Texas Department of Transportation projects during a growth summit held Friday at Liedertafel … more
Earlier this month, I went on the Azalea Trail in central Houston. It was a beautiful way to spend a few hours - soaking up the first springtime rays of sun, taking in the gorgeous flowers, and … more
The adventure started when one of my dearest friends, Jan Knabe, contacted me on Feb. 25 and asked if I would be interested in feeding the film crew that would be on his property for three or four … more
The Heritage Society of Washington County will open its three historic homes for tours Sunday, April 9, 2018, from 1-4 p.m., hosted by Heritage Belles in period dress. On tour is the Giddings … more
The following is a question-and-answer exchange with best-selling author Michael Finkel, whose books “True Story: Murder, Memoir, Mea Culpa” and “The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary … more
Y’all, this dude can saaaang. Before Friday night, I would not have described myself as a huge Chris Stapleton fan. In fact, I probably only know of him because there is a certain 13-year-old … more
Indeed it is turkey time. Hunters have been practicing turkey calls for weeks! The South Zone for Rio Grande turkey hunting opened March 17 and closes April 29. The North Zone opens March 31, … more
In sports, the word “dynasty” is one of the highest honors a team can be awarded. It is reserved for those who constantly find themselves competing in championships over a period of about a … more
I got engaged on Christmas Day and since that time I’ve purchased exactly one bridal magazine and made it through the first 15 pages of it (all ads). I took my nieces to look at bridesmaid dresses … more
Last week I reviewed “Black Panther,” a film that explored complex issues regarding race in a way that was both deeply explored and entertaining and provided the benchmark for storytelling on the … more
Amazing food is the centerpiece of most holiday gatherings. This Easter, impress guests with your culinary talent by making simple dishes simply amazing. With a little special attention, even the … more
I like to think that I’ve evolved since childhood, and, in many ways, I have. As a nearly 35 year-old-woman, I can drive, grocery shop, manage the kids and am generally a productive member of … more
Marvel and its connective cinematic universe has been the dominant force at the box office for the past decade stemming from its initial film “Iron Man” in 2008. Since then it has pushed out … more
“The Stranger in the Woods” is one of the most unusual true stories I’ve ever read, and it is so well crafted that it leaves the reader feeling sympathetic toward the criminal protagonist. … more
Nov. 20, 2017, is a date etched in the minds of many Sealy residents. Kenny Willingham spent that morning with his best friend Eric Zapalac, Sealy Fire Department’s former chief. “Me and … more
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