Summertime and the Smoke is On

By Phillip Morgan If it’s summer time in Texas, it is HOT! Although we North Texans know how to keep cool – we also know how to celebrate our heatwave months by firing up the smoker. I could sum up my summer plans in cooking with three words – equipment, eclecticism, and enjoyment. Without those…

Simple in the Summer!

Story By Mica Daleiden Photos By Bailee Sterling It’s summer!! Let’s talk neutrals, were all ready for white jeans and cream-colored tops. A lot of the same trends we discussed last issue are sticking around but this summer lets focus on monochromatic and neutral tones. Last article I suggested tucking in a puff sleeve top…

Dinner With Danny

Story & Photos By Dining with Danny Chances are you have heard or seen someone talk about Zagala’s on Facebook.   I know I saw a few different friends post about it.  We finally made the trip to Palmer to give it a try.  Zagala’s is located right in the heart of downtown Palmer in a…

Trends We Know & Love

Article By Mica Daleiden, Owner – Casus Clothing Photography By Bailee Sterling They tell us side parts and skinny jeans are out, so what does that leave us with? I’ve rocked skinny jeans and a side part since high school and I’m not sure I’m prepared for a change. Good news, trends in 2021 are…

The Waxahachie Chautauqua

STORY BY SUSAN KIRK HUNTER & THE CHAUTAUQUA PRESERVATION SOCIETY   Beginning of Chautauqua The Chautauqua movement began at Lake Chautauqua, New York in 1874 as a summer retreat for the training of Sunday School teachers. It immediately included academic subjects, music, art, humanities, and physical education and it established itself as a national forum…