Category for Lifestyle

Affording Fido: A cost checklist for a new pet

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By Jason Alderman Premium food, state-of-the-art veterinary care and creature comforts most humans would envy are now a regular part of life for many American pets. That’s why prospective pet owners should consider financial planning

Column Awards shake boring to very foundations

Column Awards shake boring to very foundations

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Photo: Big hair, roller skates and Greek gods, the cast of Xanadu leaves the crowd breathless with a taste of their musical, which played last summer at ONSTAGE in Bedford. /Photo by Bryan Chatlain Texas

New App for Texas Drivers Helps to Improve Gas Mileage and Reduce Emission at the Same Time

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Thanks to a new app, drivers in Texas can now save more money at the pump. The smartphone web app, which can be found at Roadcents.org, is being offered thanks to the Texas Department

Why is it so difficult to wait on God?” Part 2

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Even as a Chaplain, who has seen and experienced the mighty move of God, I yet sometimes have the same struggle as others when it comes to waiting on God. Sometimes because we are

Who should carry home Oscars, according to Matt

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Over the next few weeks leading up to the Oscars I will break down each category and let you know precisely who should win and why. There is an exact science to my methods, so I do not suggest you try and figure out how my mind works; just go with it. Best supporting actor :

A man and his phone – a love story

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How attached are you to your technical devices? Do you rely on your phone, tablet, etc. to meet most of your social and business need? What about personal and relational? In the new drama HER (written and directed by Spike Jonze) we get an interesting into one man’s journey into the world of online dating; and it isn’t what you think.

Top notch writing, directing, acting create family drama must see

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By Matt Mungle Title: August: Osage County Rated: R Stop me if you have heard this before. Three Oscar winners walk into a film… Normally that doesn’t mean much, but when you factor in the writing and

Artistic film captures creepiness with style

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By Matt Mungle Title: The Truth About Emanuel Rated: Not Rated   Some films just nail the creepy factor without being creepy at all. Others know they are creepy and flaunt it. In the dramatic thriller, The Truth

The Christmas pooch

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Julie Bannon loves dogs, and hers was a constant companion. But when she developed breast cancer, the cost of therapy and medication forced an ultimatum: pay for the expensive treatment or keep the dog.

Why was your credit card transaction denied?

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By Jason Alderman We’ve all had these moments: You’re at a romantic restaurant and the evening went great. But just as you and your date are readying to leave, an embarrassed waiter appears and whispers,