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Photo: Photo by Callie Enlow, License: N/A Let’s face it, most of us Lone Stars view the Texas coast as a poor man’s Waikiki. Hell, maybe just a poor man’s Panama Beach — only to be used... (read more)
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Photo: , License: N/A A straight male friend practices sounding and has for years. I am pretty sure he does other things that he isn’t telling anyone about... (read more)
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Photo: , License: N/A A straight male friend practices sounding and has for years. I am pretty sure he does other things that he isn’t telling anyone about... (read more)
Photo: Courtesy, License: N/A If I ever found myself teaching an art class, I would pack up my students and drive them to Wimberley, where I would give them a tour of... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A ARIES (March 21-April 19): As I hike through the wilderness at dusk, the crickets always seem to be humming in the distance. No matter where I go... (read more)
Photo: Courtesy, License: N/A The Biblical description of a jealous God “visiting the iniquity of fathers on the children and on the grandchildren to the third and fourth generations” would... (read more)
Photo: Courtesy photo, License: N/A Credit the horde of Marvel blockbusters that have hit the theaters in recent years or the fostering of online communities amongst... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A Who wouldn’t love to take a long trip to the Rocky Mountains or the Adirondacks, but let’s get real: not all of us have time (or the... (read more)
Photo: Eli Miller, License: N/A With a spectrum of stunning desert microclimates and a land area slightly larger than the state of Rhode Island, Big Bend can be a... (read more)
Photo: Courtesy photo, License: N/A A little more than 14 years ago, on May 3, 2000, the first geocache was hidden in Beavercreek, Oregon. Now, all across the world, there are approximately... (read more)
Photo: Courtesy photo, License: N/A It’s difficult not to think about Oscar-nominated actress Linda Blair and not visualize the demonic face of her 12-year-old character Regan MacNeil in... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A I’m a 28-year-old pan-curious married guy from the Midwest about to move to San Francisco. I’ve been with my wife for 10 years... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A ARIES (March 21-April 19): It’s no secret. The wealthy one percent of the population has been getting progressively wealthier. Meanwhile, the... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A From habitat loss to global warming to pollution, monarch butterflies face a host of threats that have negatively impacted the species... (read more)
Photo: Courtesy photo, License: N/A If you find yourself in need of a stiff jolt of adrenaline, but don’t want the actual chance to meet your maker while getting said jolt, then I’ve got... (read more)
Photo: Tara Locklear, License: N/A Artist/designer Lorena Angulo’s book Behind the Brooch isn’t a how-to, although Angulo teaches as an adjunct in the... (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Daniela Riojas explores ideas of the figure in art, Latin American rituals, letting go of the past, and Jungian archetypes in... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A ARIES (March 21-April 19): These horoscopes I write for you aren’t primarily meant to predict the future. They are more about uncovering hidden potentials and... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A I’m the bisexual everyone loves to hate because I want to be in a poly relationship with both a man and a woman. I am a woman who is... (read more)
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Photo: Courtesy photo, License: N/A Though Utah was never a cradle of Dixieland, bebop or swing, it calls its basketball team the Jazz. The franchise retained its name after moving... (read more)
Photo: Courtesy photo, License: N/A Great selfies, pretty food, cute animals, beach scenes, landscapes and party pics can all be found in “Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A ARIES (March 21-April 19): In the 2000 film Cast Away, Tom Hanks plays an American FedEx executive who is stranded alone on a remote Pacific island... (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A These are the dog days, you guys. The post-Spurs, pre-football, 90 degrees at 10 p.m., sweat-stained, mosquito-bitten, grouchy summer doldrums. I think... (read more)
Photo: Ashley Nepote, License: N/A Bill FitzGibbons is certainly one of San Antonio’s high-profile art icons: public artist, curator, Fulbright Scholar, world traveler, head of sculpture... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A ARIES (March 21-April 19): I don’t usually do this kind of thing, but I’m going to suggest that you monitor the number six. My hypothesis is that six has... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A In Malcolm Brooks’ inspiring debut novel Painted Horses, it’s 1956, and archaeologist Catherine Lemay is sent by... (read more)
Photo: , License: N/A My wife and I went through a long-distance period when we were still dating and she went away to school. I used porn as... (read more)