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Music has always been a part of Lisa Marshall’s life. Before she was a teenager, she would listen to Donna Summers and Pat Benatar,...

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Years before Clay Smith became the literary director of the Texas Book Festival, the largest event of its kind in the state, he had...

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When Barbara Chisholm lets out one of her big, deep-throated laughs, you know you’re in the presence of someone in love with her craft....

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“When I design, I want to do it on my own terms,” said Gail Chovan, designer and owner of Blackmail on South Congress avenue. This...

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How does one fulfill the left side of the brain, which governs logic and reasoning, along with the right side, which controls aesthetic and...

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For Becky Arreaga, timidity hasn’t resulted in a lack of aspiration. Overcoming her shyness in favor of lofty ambitions was never necessary; she simply...

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For many people, a night at a restaurant is like a night at the theatre. They take their seats with anticipatory enthusiasm, share what...

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It’s not that Dave Steakley wants people to see the world the way he does. He doesn’t care if audiences agree with his politics or...

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