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Columnists Dinner and a Movie Teri Bayus

Dinner & A Movie

Gringos in Heaven at El Pueblito By Teri Bayus When my kids were little, I was terrified of them becoming capitalist pigs (now that I’m one, I don’t know what the fuss was about). I hated that Christmas had become a toy bacchanal and no matter how much money Santa spent, it was never good...

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Columnists King Harris

The Timeless Sounds of Christmas Music

Good to be King By King Harris I love the Christmas season, not just for the exchange of gifts and good tidings, but for all the great Yuletide songs leading up to it. Like this one: “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose, Yuletide carols being sung by a...

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Sports Shorts

Fall Ball – Oh my, what a blessed time of year for us all! Fall has befallen us and family and friends feel a bit closer than usual. The spirit of humanity seems to have an uptick at this time and we certainly welcome the sensation with open arms as well as with open hearts. This scribe...

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Columnists Dinner and a Movie Teri Bayus

Dinner & A Movie

Kitchenette — Simple Name, 5-Star Delicious We find some of the best culinary adventures in tiny little corners of this fantastic area. Five-star food in a small-sized open kitchen, worthy of a shirt and tie requirement, but next to a feed store. This miracle with Templeton charm and...

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