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8 Latin Artists Coming to DFW This Fall You Won’t Want To Miss

September 20, 2022 | Dallas Observer

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Ghost of the West: An Interview With Angel White

August 23, 2022 | Tecovas

Olivia Rodrigo Packs the Toyota Pavilion for a Night of
Teen Catharsis

May 16, 2022 | Dallas Observer

HAIM Brings Their Carefree California Rock to Irving

May 6, 2022 | Dallas Observer

Deftones Made a Breathtaking Return to North Texas

May 4, 2022 | Dallas Observer

Dallas Breakout Artist, A-Wall, Talks Overnight Success, Creative Inspiration, and Future Projects

September 2, 2021 | Crowdsurfer Mag

Concert Review: PVRIS

August 23, 2021 | Crowdsurfer Mag

6 Cleaning Products Every Pet Parent Should Have

April 20, 2020

Accident stains and paw prints don’t stand a chance.

How to Make Your Glass Shower Doors Sparkle

April 17, 2020

Restore clarity and shine in no time with this DIY cleaning solution. (Hint: You probably already have all of the ingredients on hand.)

Gold's Gym Blog: Quiz: The Best Friend Workout That Fits You and Your BFF

January 01, 2020

Answer six questions and we’ll give you the perfect workout for you and your BFF to try on National Best Friend Day.

Gold's Gym Blog: What's Your Meditation Style

January 01, 2020

These five personality questions will reveal the type of meditation you should try this Stress Awareness Month.

7 Common Hosting Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

June 20, 2016

Even the most casual get-together requires some planning and prep. Avoid these common summertime hosting mistakes to make sure your event runs smoothly so your gathering stays festive and fun.

Keeping It Real (Simple)

August 05, 2016

  I was born and raised in the Texas Hill Country, in a town so small it calls for an explanation: “I’m from San Antonio…well, not actually San Antonio. I’m from Boerne, it’s a small town about 45 minutes outside the city.” I spent most of my life itching to leave though, never adopting the strong sense of Texas pride that the rest of the state proudly owns. I always dreamt of replacing the bright stars in the country sky with the flashing lights of a bustling metropolis.

6 Lanterns to Liven Up Your Outdoor Space

June 29, 2016

Don’t underestimate the power of good lighting. These picks, ranging from bohemian to rustic, will keep your patio looking great from dawn until dusk (and beyond).

6 Portable Kitchen Islands

July 28, 2016

These portable—and affordable—kitchen islands provide extra storage and counter space, since every kitchen could use a little more of both.

5 Beach Chairs For Your Next Weekend Getaway

July 06, 2016

Summer’s in full swing, temperatures are rising, and there’s only one good way to escape the heat. Pack up for a trip to the beach, and bring one of these versatile chairs along so you can sit back, relax, and cool off.

Mo’ Joe: 24 Local Alamo City Coffee Shops

May 31, 2015

Aspen's Brew
11255 Huebner Rd., Suite 100, (210) 561-5551,


A buzzing local favorite that is quick, cheap and fresh, Aspen Brewery offers a wide variety of ways to enjoy your cup of joe and free wi-fi. Compliment your morning bagel with a flavorful cold brew iced coffee for only $5.

'Selena Quintanilla for MAC' Makeup Line In The Works?

April 21, 2015

Remember our post on the potential 'Selena Quintanilla for MAC' collection in the works? (If not, read it here) .
Just months ago, fans of the Selena came together and created an online petition on to have MAC Cosmetics dedicate a limited edition collection to the late Tejano singer.

10 Unexpected Ways To Decorate Easter Eggs

March 24, 2015

Forget about store-bought egg dying kits. Take a twist on tradition this Easter and tap into your inner quirkiness. Here are 10 unconventional ways to decorate Easter eggs to help inspire your creativity. (If you'd rather eat your eggs, we have some deviled egg recipes you should try.)

Travel Without Traveling

October 15, 2019

Published in The Trinitonian, Trinity University's weekly newspaper.


I’ve always had the travel bug. A constant desire to see, and experience something new. A wanderlust .

I’ve been blessed to have already seen many different places in the world, which is an opportunity not many people my age have been given, and I’m so thankful for that. I’ve grown up with a family that thrives on making memories in beautiful locations, and most importantly, in good company. Some of my most precious memories were formed on trips with my family and closest friends.

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