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Touchdowns and Tastings

Opportunities, Inc. will hold a brewery benefit on October 17, 2021, to support its programs and services for children and adults with disabilities. … The benefit, “Touchdowns & Tastings,” is Opportunities’ third annual brewery benefit. The “Angels of Opportunities Guild,” a group of women dedicated to volunteering, serving, and raising awareness for Opportunities, sponsors the event in partnership with Pecan Point Gastropub and Brewery. This event will allow people to enjoy craft beer and delicious food while watching the New England Patriots vs.

We’re All In This Together

PHOTO BY Matt Cornelius/Submitted Rendering
Over the past year, it has become normal for “COVID talk” to creep its way into everyday conversations. Whether it’s with someone who is venting their vaccine opinion, or with another whose loved one is struggling on a vent in the Intensive Care Unit, it has become normal to accept that COVID-19 has crept in and decided to stay awhile.

Caroline Cotten Grenier

Texarkana native, Caroline Cotton has been leaving her fingerprint in the fashion world for the last seven years. She worked three years for Marc Jacobs as an Atelier Assistant, and then moved on to become a Materials Development Associate for brands like Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman. In June, she and her family moved to Los Angeles for her new role as Fabric Developer at Alo, sourcing new materials for design consideration and working to develop new materials for quality yoga products. … What is your favorite Texarkana memory?

Publisher's Letter

John Henry, Cassy and George Meisenheimer
This is a season I look forward to every year because it comes with a break from the heat, and yes, my friends, football season is finally here in full force. I know I am not alone in saying the seven long months between Super Bowl Sunday in February and the beginning of September without football are like spending time on the dark side of the moon. I truly think I function at full capacity during football season. … Football season is a way of life at our house. We love flag, fantasy, college, professional and any other kind of football equally.

The Monthly Mix

Halloween Soirée Style

It’s time for spooky, scary ghouls and ghosts! Halloween is a fun time to dress up and throw a party. One of my favorite things to do each season is decorate my home and bar cart accordingly. October is especially a favorite since it is a Halloween themed one! I’m sharing some ideas to spook up your home for a soiree.

My Drift

photo by Matt Cornelius
Go Pink or Go Home … I generally try to keep things light in this space. You won’t often come across anything of real consequence here; my goal is to make you chuckle or roll your eyes. This month is an exception. I need your close attention because this is important. … October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. I always try to use the month to heighten awareness, which is why I wear my breast cancer awareness bracelets every day.

Happiness Is Homemade

photos by Matt Cornelius
Walking up to the front door of Joe and Dr. Cheryl Saul-Sehy’s Mid-Century Modern house, you can see their taste is eclectic, inviting and curated. On the front stoop, you are greeted by a black woven fixture they call “The Giant Eyelash;” it is a fixture that was acquired by mistake, but one they both now love. This is just one example of the Saul-Sehys’ open approach to their remodel. They found a balance between asserting their own style while ultimately trusting the professionals around them. … Inside are rich, worn beams on either side of the front entry hall.

Good Evening TXK

photo by Matt Cornelius
‘Tis the season for all things PUMPKIN! … From the notorious Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Lattes to the pumpkin spice cereal lurking in the grocery aisles, in October, inevitably, you just can’t escape the pumpkin spice and all its many various mutations. If you’re looking for me, I’ll be hiding on the couch in my apartment with a scary movie on and pretending pumpkin spice doesn’t exist.

Kickin’ it in Germany

PHOTO BY International Soccer Academy
In the Four States area where football is king, Reece Gaylor has made a name for himself on the soccer pitch. Reece, a junior at Texas High School, was selected to the first-team all-district lists in his freshman and sophomore seasons, as well as being selected to the USYS ODP South Region Pool Team. The talented Tiger has now taken his talents overseas to an Integrated U19 Residential Academy at Schalke 04 in Germany.

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