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A Word About Recycling

Today, we will take time to address an item taken from a Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) newsletter. It concerns something that I am quite sure annoys many of us: Junk Mail. (However, I’m also quite sure the advertisers who send it out, wouldn’t agree.)

Breast cancer rehabilitation from initial diagnosis through survivorship

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is an excellent time to talk about living with breast cancer. Breast cancer diagnosis and treatment can affect all aspects of one's being and life. Varying degrees of physical, emotional, and cognitive effects can impact one's economic status, personal interactions, and general ability to care for oneself. So how can one maximize quality of life and well-being from initial diagnosis through survivorship?

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“The Chicagoan” has a bold steakhouse flavor that is both pizza as well as meat and potatoes. Photo by Metro Creative

That’s Amore

Some say an outdoor kitchen isn’t complete without a pizza oven. A delicious pie straight out of a blazing hot oven can be delectable when dining al fresco, but pizza also can be made right on the grill.

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The Water Tender, by Margaret Adie

Old Things, New Meanings: Art returns to Price Center with two new shows

Visual Art displays are back at the Price Center via two new gallery shows opening this month at the downtown community center. “Old Things, New Meanings,” a five-person Pop-Up Show, debuted in the newly renovated Garden Room this past Saturday, and “A light at the End of the Tunnel,” a new online show, debuts on the Center’s website Thurs., Oct. 15. Both shows feature the work of local artists and most of the art is available for purchase.

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