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Musician Of The Month: Erich Siemens

II had the pleasure of hosting Open Mic Night at Tavern In The Gruene for a while. There were a handful of places I...

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From The Publisher – June 2020

II fantasize about moving to Belize. I want to get my kids graduated in a few years, I want to sell everything I own (save...

From The Publisher – May 2020

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, There are a few movies that I must watch when I stumble across it on my TV channel menu. One is Jaws....

Publisher – April 2020

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, As I write this, we’re on the first days of our “shelter in place” orders. Local small business has paused almost entirely,...

From The Publisher – March 2020

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, These little columns are a bit of a conundrum for me and always have been. I enjoy them endlessly and find great passion...

From The Publisher – February 2020

DEAREST EXPLORE READER I get asked all the time about this magazine and what it “IS”. Who is the reader? What does it talk about?...

Publisher – Nov 2019

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, I read a little parable a few months ago that has stuck with me. It’s called “The Elephant Rope”. It reads that a...

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Art Of School

While most every industry in the country has been hard hit by the pandemic lockdown, few vocations have been instantly altered quite like our...

Art of Cool

If you’ve read EXPLORE in the last decade, you have enjoyed the layout and design of our Creative Director, Ben Weber. Sometimes artistic and...

Art of the Leader

WWhen this interview occurred, COVID-19 was a very distant and quiet discussion in the country.  As you will be reading this in the month...

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Moore On Art: Brian Burkhardt

AA moment in time, a memory that brings a smile, a person remembered with intensity: these and more are what Brian Burkhardt provides and...

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Art Of School

While most every industry in the country has been hard hit by the pandemic lockdown, few vocations have been instantly altered quite like our...

Musician Of The Month: Erich Siemens

II had the pleasure of hosting Open Mic Night at Tavern In The Gruene for a while. There were a handful of places I...

It’s A Real Beauty. A Mexican Cutie.

CCurvaceous, and beautiful on the outside. Sweet and sinful on the inside. A little bit of a tart… Really, it’s everything I look for in...

From The Publisher – June 2020

II fantasize about moving to Belize. I want to get my kids graduated in a few years, I want to sell everything I own (save...

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Vampires

GGarlic anyone? Tom Cruise made this awful movie once called “Interview With a Vampire.” I only went because my favorite band of all time did...

Nothing Left To Fear

WWhen the great books are closed on this foul year of our Lord, two thousand twenty, one word will stand above them all. Not coronavirus....

Still Gonna Die

SShel Silverstein wrote a bunch of country music lyrics in the 1980s. Then he got a bunch of country music legends like Waylon Jennings...

Prison

II’ve had the pleasure of knowing a lot of people who went to prison. I’m not being ironic, either. When I worked with the homeless,...

Festina Lente

by Samuel Smith AAugustus was the greatest of the Roman Emperors. It helped that he was the first and basically wrote his own job description,...
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Art Of School

While most every industry in the country has been hard hit by the pandemic lockdown, few vocations have been instantly altered quite like our...
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Survivor’s Story – Natalie Biggers

TThe childhood experience living in the Hill Country has drastically changed over the years and what once brought many newcomers to the area has...

Survivor’s Story – Katie Miller

SSouthern California is the host of bountiful beauty from crystal blue waves, snowy mountain tops, towering trees to glittering sunshine. It only makes sense...

Survivor’s Story

By Casey Bonham TThe unpredictable adventures of step parenting are often glazed with overwhelming hurdles and surreal expectations. I would dare guess that at least...

Survivor – Tim Ekno

by Casey Bonham Raised in a catholic household, 6th in a brood of 8 children and living in California was life as Tim Ekno knew...
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FOOD ARTICLES

It’s A Real Beauty. A Mexican Cutie.

CCurvaceous, and beautiful on the outside. Sweet and sinful on the inside. A little bit of a tart… Really, it’s everything I look for in...

Rodeos, Cowboys, and Fajitas

TTexas Rodeo season kicked off in February, but only a few were had before this crazy Coronavirus thing happened upon us.  While we were...

Sprechen Sie Schnitzel?

WWhen I was a kid, all I knew of Wiener Schnitzel was that it meant the saltiest, gooiest, cheesiest and somehow still delicious chili...

Apple Of My Pie

TThis month I want to talk about apple pie. Yeah, yeah, I know it didn’t originate in Texas. But I won the first ever...