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Musician Of The Month: Josh Mazour

IIt was about a decade ago, and this group of fellas strolled into Mague’s Cafe where I was eating one of thousands (not joking)...

PUBLISHER LETTERS

From The Publisher

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, It’s been a weird month for me. That’s not unique to me, as I’m sure most all of us can say “This whole...

Publisher – September 2020

It’s 2:28am on a Tuesday and I’m sitting on the roof of my house. The world is quiet and sleeping, which is what I should...

Publisher – August 2020

Dearest EXPLORE reader, James Robertson is a factory worker in Detroit. Each day he wakes up and begins a 21-mile journey to his job that...

FROM THE PUBLISHER – July 2020

Oftentimes, life can be a series of mundane events, punctuated by an intense bright moment that you remember for the rest of your life....

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....

ART OF

Art of Yoga

TThe popular practice of yoga has been at a steady incline since the 1970s, but in the last five years we have seen it...

Art Of The Flower

OOne of the most iconic Boerne businesses, the Boerne Flower Shop has some very deep roots in this town. Its owner, Mary Pat Williams,...

ART OF HELPING

TThere’s a tangible difference between good customer service and pure, good-hearted business. Frank Ritchie, owner of Ritchie Automotive, is the local mascot for the...

ART ARTICLES

Moore On Art: Jonas

OOne imagines beauty is in art but one does not always imagine the journey for most artists. This author has enjoyed a multitude of...

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From The Publisher

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, It’s been a weird month for me. That’s not unique to me, as I’m sure most all of us can say “This whole...

Musician Of The Month: Josh Mazour

IIt was about a decade ago, and this group of fellas strolled into Mague’s Cafe where I was eating one of thousands (not joking)...

Moore On Art: Jonas

OOne imagines beauty is in art but one does not always imagine the journey for most artists. This author has enjoyed a multitude of...

Old Timer – October 2020

OOne of my favorite things to read each year is the Boerne Star’s BEST OF thing that they do. You’ve got all the normal...

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Live Positive

II try to be a positive person these days. Seems to be a better way to live than being negative. So last night, I tested...

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,...

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From The Publisher

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, It’s been a weird month for me. That’s not unique to me, as I’m sure most all of us can say “This whole...
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SURVIVOR STORIES

SURVIVOR’S STORY – Summer Poole

TThere are not many little girls who aren’t captivated by the love stories introduced to them by Disney and other sources at an early...

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...
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FOOD ARTICLES

Praise The Lard!

IIn Texas, like everywhere else, there are four main food groups. Ours are Mexican Food, Barbecued Brisket, Chicken Fried Steak, and Chili. Some would...

How To Texan

IIf you are planning on travelling or moving to Texas, you will need to study up on the language and customs. You know, just...

HOW TO HANDLE YOUR MEAT

R“Roger, there are existential, physical and spiritual reasons Why man cannot live by bread alone It’s not a simple thing in life It’s very complex, it takes...

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...