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Billie, played by Elizabeth Anne Steigelman, and Eddie, played by Craig Higdon, meet Washington D.C. socialites Mrs. Hedges, played by Melinda Ellisor, and Senator Hedges, played by Michael Nash. Photo by Mary Rath

Wimberley Players close out 'Born Yesterday' & host fundraiser

Garson Kanin’s "Born Yesterday" will be closing on the Wimberley Players stage this weekend, giving audiences a last chance to enjoy this American comedy-drama. 

The Texas Mead Association has announced that the Seventh Annual Texas Mead Fest will take place on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Seguin. Various Texas Meaderies will be selling and sampling during the event and mead makers nationwide will be competing for the Texas Mead Cup, a professional and homemade mead competition. Photos courtesy of Juice Consulting

Seguin hosts 7th Annual Texas Mead Fest

The Texas Mead Association will be hosting the Seventh Annual Texas Mead Fest on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Seguin, Texas. 

Buck Winn's self-designed home in Wimberley was recently recognized as a National Historical District. Winn built the house next to a large oak tree that now acts a centerpiece in the front courtyard. Photos by Gary Zupancic

Buck Winn's home named National Historic District

It truly is a national treasure, the house with a curved wall of glass overlooking a patch of land that used to be a busy airstrip, a kitchen wall with

Most of us see weeds as an unwanted scourge on the landscape. But weeds have many uses including being used as a green manure crop, for composting or as a healthy addition to meals. Above left, a path of purslane pops up in the cracks in concrete. Photo courtesy of Joe Urbach

Growth in gardening: Growing weeds on purpose

I have had a lifetime of gardening experience and in all that time, I only considered weeds in terms of how I could get rid of them. I had looked

From left to right are Bert Stratemann, Jerry Sebek, Bettye Nagy, Robert Cotner, Sue Cobb, Betty Taylor, Carmen Imel, Bobbie Gilbert, Beverly Owen and Jean Mooney. Photo courtesy of the Heritage Riverwalk Committee

Cottage Kitchen luncheon

 The Heritage Riverwalk Committee will host lunch at the Charles S. Cock House Museum, located at 400 W. Hopkins Street, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sept. 21. 

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