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Harmonic Convergence (CMigrator copy 1)

Written by | Published October 12, 2009
Thrilled to hear the Austin Symphony conducted by Peter Bay on Saturday evening at the impressive Long Center. The concert…

Setting Records

Written by | Published October 12, 2009
Attended the Austin Record Convention on Sunday. Terrific event for music lovers, particularly those who still appreciate vinyl LPs and…

Hotel pet peeves

Written by | Published October 12, 2009
I just returned from an out-of-state vacation, and while I had a fantastic time, I was glad to get back…

Texarkana: Twice as Nice

Written by | Published October 12, 2009
Long a fun, famous gateway to the Lone Star State, Texarkana USA is a twin cities with lots of history…

Power to the People

Written by | Published October 1, 2009
Our friends at Lubbock's American Wind Power Center have sent an update to E. Dan Klepper's windmills story in the September…

What is that sticky goo?

Written by | Published September 30, 2009
Long ago, I blogged about watching a troop of paper wasps attack a nasty web of webworms in one of…

Church in the Wildwood

Written by | Published September 29, 2009
Working for Texas Highways has many rewards, but seeing an idea morph into print that is read around the world…

Now's a great time to be at the beach

Written by | Published September 29, 2009
I just returned from an action-packed, three-day trip to South Padre Island, and wow--the beginning of fall is a fantastic…

An offal experience

Written by | Published September 25, 2009
What's up with offal? Seems as though every menu I see these days has some form of offal on it,…

Coming to America Through Galveston

Written by | Published September 22, 2009
I took advantage of Austin's Free Museum Day to catch up on a few exhibits I've been meaning to see.

Breakfast at Spoons in McKinney

Written by | Published September 3, 2009
I have driven by Spoons many times on my visits to McKinney's historic square, and, judging from the cutesy name…

Accidental Education

Written by | Published September 2, 2009
Visits with my 13-year-old niece, Kaitie, tend to be enlightening, and not just about what's going on with teenagers these…
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