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July 2018 Web Extras

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Texas USA

Witness to Struggle

Briscoe Center showcases powerful civil rights-era photographs

Observations

What’s Yours Is Mine

Retracing marriage through a love of dove hunting

Currents

Collecting the Quilted and Gilded

Some of the topics we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

Co-op People

Carrying Through

Eagle Scout eases foster children’s emotional baggage with gifts of duffel bags

Feature

The Winters of Their Lives

They come from colder climes, and while they’re here, Winter Texans volunteer and spread warmth

Feature

Connecting Your Home

High-tech devices allow you to control lights, appliances and air conditioning wirelessly

Feature

East Texas Mojo

Writer Joe R. Lansdale’s gritty Pineywoods fiction captivates Hollywood and international fans

Feature

Back to the Beach

The Texas coast, battered by Hurricane Harvey in some spots, perseveres and lures beach dwellers and visitors alike

Observations

Pop and Spike

Widowed Indiana farmer moves to Texas, where new life blossoms


TCP Kitchen

How Do You Like Your Shrimp?

You can never have too many options when it comes to serving Gulf shrimp, right?

TCP Kitchen

Your Best Grilled Cheese

This yummy, easy sandwich is beloved by most everyone—but you should see what makes these extra special

TCP Kitchen

Cake Walk

What better way to celebrate graduations, baby and bridal showers, and mom than with a luscious, beautiful homemade cake?

TCP Kitchen

­Breakfast Pastries

Greet the day with a treat hot from the oven


Hit the Road

Redemption in the Desert

A last-minute escape to Marathon offers inviting surprises

Hit the Road

Happy in Hico

Hints of history and legend pepper modern life in northern Hill Country town

Hit the Road

Presidential Aspirations

Denison invites visitors to tour Eisenhower’s birthplace

Hit the Road

Where Birders Perch

World Birding Center spans nine sites along Rio Grande Valley


Safety

Summer Safety Hodgepodge

Protect yourself—from the sun, from insects and around fireworks

Energy Efficiency

Not All Air Filters Are Created Equal

Breathe easier by investing in high-quality filters

Safety

New Tech Requires New Mindfulness

Every device powered by electricity calls for safety

Energy Efficiency

Seven Steps to a Safer, Spotless Spring

Clean and beautify your home with care