Saving The World One Person At A Time : Janie Barrera

Saving The World One Person At A Time : Janie Barrera

When Janie Barrera first applied for a job with a fledgling enterprise called Accion Texas, she was rejected. This was back in 1994, when the concept of micro-financing was just beginning to take root in the United States and a group of civic leaders and bankers had...

Making Sunshine:  Emily Stark

Making Sunshine: Emily Stark

EMILY STARK Age: 30 Occupation: School counselor, Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children Personal: Experienced hearing loss as a young child and now hears with the help of a cochlear implant and a hearing aid. Married to Brian Stark, who works in medical-equipment...

A Real Cliffhanger:  Bluffview home is a showplace for talent

A Real Cliffhanger: Bluffview home is a showplace for talent

Bluffview Estates of Camino Real is an older neighborhood tucked in between Silverhorn Golf Club and Bitters Road. Graced by stately oaks, the homes are products of architectural dreams. Along one of the winding streets is a three-story Spanish Revival house behind an...

Small Changes Can Lead to Big Results

Small Changes Can Lead to Big Results

As small business owners, we often tend to look for radical changes when it comes time for a new direction or to boost revenues. We set our sights on increasing profits by 10 percent or cutting expenses by 20 percent to have an even better year. But instead of...

Katie Pell Puts Herself Into Her Art

Like a gracious hostess, following greetings, Katie Pell give her visitor a tour of the premises. She and her husband, Peter Zubiate, a fellow artist and master craftsman, live and work in a former commercial building downtown that they have adapted for their needs....

A Mommy Moment:  The value of family diversity

A Mommy Moment: The value of family diversity

"Mom, can we have chicken for dinner?" "No, I hate chicken! Let';s have spaghetti." "Can we go swimming?" "No, let';s go to the arcade." "I want to see the new Harry Potter movie." "I want to go to the planetarium." "EZ';s!" "Cheesy Jane';s!" "Operation!"...

Fashion Forward or Foot Fiasco?

As a little girl I remember watching my grandma take off her knee-high nylon stockings at the end of the day. I marveled at the jagged curves, curled toes and bony protuberances that were her feet. They didn't look like my feet at all. Mine were just long, narrow...

Texas BBQ:  Old-time favorites and the sides that go with them

Texas BBQ: Old-time favorites and the sides that go with them

Want to fire up a hot debate? Try defining the word barbecue. Now try running that by a Texan. Texans love to argue about barbecue, almost as much as they love to eat it. It's no surprise that Texans have developed their own unique brand of barbecue, but you'd be hard...

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