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The First Sign of Spring

Susan Gibson shares the meaning behind her song, "First Sign of Spring"


Don’t yell, but it’s time to try a new national anthem

I’m not saying get rid of the national anthem – nothing of the kind – but we should think of shelving “The Star-Spangled Banner” for a new national anthem.


The Dogie Club

Directed by Matthew "Bones" Hooks, the Dogie Club took boys on camping trips, gave them opportunities to play organized sports, and even guided them to plant trees on property that would one day be renamed Bones Hooks Park.


Verdant Vertical Gardening

Carmen Maier, of Coulter Gardens & Nursery, shares a step-by-step approach to creating and displaying a wall planter that showcases reliable, hard-to-kill succulents.


Texas Route 66 Grills and Grills Festival

The Texas Route 66 Grills and Grills Festival was held on June 20 on Sixth Avenue.

Amarillo Thunderheads Baseball

Amarillo’s American Association independent league baseball team, the new Amarillo Thunderheads, brings plenty of action to local fans during the month of July.


Cruisers Grill & Bar

Head over to Cruisers Grill & Bar, one of historic Sixth Street’s newest casual American-style eateries.


Summer’s in Season

Ruthie Miller, owner of Black Fig Catering, suggests a few summer recipes using ingredients that are in-season right now.