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Just as a business person or executive should not accept an unclear, incomplete, or unproven business proposal, founder of Xecu-Fit, James Robinson, believes that no one should accept an untested or unproven fitness training regimen either. It makes sense. If you have a particular fitness goal, shouldn’t you know and trust the plan before you invest your time, energy and money?
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If you wind your way down West NASA Parkway, something new and exciting will catch your eye — the rise of Clear Creek ISD’s new Challenger Columbia Stadium.Read More
Nina, a 4-year-old Catahoula Leopard Dog mix, was rescued by this area’s only no-kill shelter two years ago and is still waiting to be adopted. She has mastered basic commands and walks beautifully on a leash. She loves a good run in the field and would make an excellent jogging partner and companion.Read More
TIME TO RODEO. The call went out all over the Bay Area, and before long NASA’s Gilruth Center was overflowing with cowboys and cowgirls ready to party down and enjoy the Clear Lake Go Texan Rodeo Style Show – now in its 49th year!Read More
Ange Mertens was chairman of this year’s extravaganza with fashion guru Lenny Matuszewski assisting the models backstage and Phil Pampolino serving as emcee.
The history of Texas is full of “colorful” characters, many of whom had less-than-commendable lifestyles, particularly early in life. One of my favorites is Judge Roy Bean. Known as the “Law West of the Pecos,” a title he created for himself, Bean became the justice of the peace in Pecos County in 1882.Read More
Before you bolt from the bold suggestion, understand that wearing yellow can actually be fun and flattering. From pastel, amber, neon, mustard, marigold, canary, and “Sunny D,” there is definitely a shade of yellow suited for you. The trick is in knowing your skin tone and what compliments it best.
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A room can become warmer with fabric used to soften the harsh edges of the typical square windows. Window treatments are so important. They are like art and need to be framed. The solution is to treat the windows with shutters, shades or curtains for warmth and privacy.
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The floor of the Commons at Education Village was covered with paintings, drawings and sketches as jurors decided which artwork was worthy of moving on to the State VASE Competition.Read More
Results from the 2014 Best of the Bay Awards, hosted at Claudio's Restaurant & Piano Bar on Feb. 19, 2015....Read More
The holiday season means more traffic congestion, especially near major retail centers like the FM 646 corridor in League City. The City of League Cit...Read More