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PASSION LEADS TO SUCCESS

JAN/FEB
2018

When I heard that the 2017 numbers had come in for the Greater Tyler Association of Realtors (GTAR), it was no surprise that Shelia Cooper had landed herself at the top for individual sales. Shelia was also voted as the 2017 Best of BSCENE, Best Realtor by the readers' of BSCENE Magazine.

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EXCUSE ME, CUPID.

JAN/FEB
2018

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and I cannot help but roll my eyes at this Hallmark Holiday. It seems that this holiday is designed to make you feel like you must have a special someone in your life in order to celebrate ... which is not true by any means.

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LOCALS & LEGENDS

JAN/FEB
2018

“Everybody has to start somewhere.” The old adage rings true for the starving artist in the music industry where booking gigs is a challenge for music-loving hobbyists and hopeful professionals alike. In Gladewater, a rare venue welcomes performers of all ages and experience levels.

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Clothespin Ornament

The Twelve DIYs of Christmas

November/December
2017

Believe it or not, it's that time of the year again ... Christmas time! It’s a time to transform your house into a winter wonderland. With bright Christmas trees, stockings above a warm and kindled fireplace, and twinkling lights lining the rooftops, it’s the most magical time of the year.

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Reindeer Games

November/December
2017

Santa Limbo

Everything You Need

- Limbo stick

- Santa belly for each player (pillow)

- Belt or elastic to hold Santa bellies in place

How to Play

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Tyler Texas Rocks

September/October
2017

We all know Tyler, Texas rocks but April Roycroft has brought a new meaning to the word “rock” to East Texas. The Kindness Rocks Project has become a worldwide treasure hunt on Facebook. The basis is simple: paint a rock and leave it for someone else to find.

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Pets Fur People

September/October
2017

The Humane Society was established in 1963 by concerned citizens after they visited our city’s animal pound.  At that time, animals were housed in one small building regardless of the health of the animals.  Control was turned over to the Humane Society in 1964 and the shelter opened its doors in

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10 Budget-Friendly Ways to Spruce Up Your Front Porch for Summer

July/August
2017

Summer is finally here, and that means more time spent outside, with family, waiting for the sun to finally go down. Long days spent relaxing on the front porch, drinking sweet iced tea and watching passers-by are not just summer activities – they’re a southern tradition.

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