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Connie McNab

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Connie McCombs McNab Preserving a Legacy By Dawn Robinette  |  Photography by Suzanne Pack   It’s hard to imagine downtown San Antonio without the glowing marquees of the Majestic and Empire Theatres. They’re woven into the fabric of San Antonio, and it’s no wonder: the Majestic has 95 candles on …

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Di-Anna Arias

Cover Woman: Di-Anna Arias

  By Michelle Vasquez  |  Photography by Suzanne Pack   The eyes of Di-Anna Arias dance as she talks about her passion for Texas history, food, and women. Speaking to Di-Anna, you engage in her sparkling laughter, the warmth of hospitality, and the creative magic she imparts on a properly …

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Kelley Frost

Setting Her Designs on Creative Reinvention Shaking things up now and then is good for the soul. Kelley Frost, owner of the fantastic home and décor store Frosted Home in Alamo Heights, calls it “Snow Globe Day.” “When I change up the store, it’s like turning the snow globe over, …

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COVER WOMAN: Maggie Hartman

Photography by Suzanne Pack Taking A Positive Approach to Life. Philanthropist. Community activist. Special needs mom. Breast cancer survivor. Recovering alcoholic. The list of titles Maggie Hartman, co-founder of the Gordon Hartman Family Foundation, answers to might surprise those who only know her as “Morgan’s mom.” That’s Morgan, the now …

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Peggy Eighmy, First Lady, The University of Texas at San Antonio

Fostering Children to Brighter Futures By Dawn Robinette, Photography by David Teran Most people don’t equate Boston to San Antonio, but to Peggy Eighmy, First Lady of The University of Texas at San Antonio, her hometown and the Alamo City have a lot in common. “I grew up in Cambridge, …

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